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321. Posted: Tue 12th Jul 2011 06:30 BST
#114 Gunblade NY: Special Air Assault Force & L.A. Machineguns: Rage of the Machines - ARCADE HITS PACK
I forgot to get this! D:
L.A. Machineguns is awesome!
Edited on Tue 12th July, 2011 @ 06:30 by kkslider5552000
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322. Posted: Tue 12th Jul 2011 06:39 BST
New Super Mario Bros. WiiKirby's Epic YarnThe Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
And I hope to get Mario Party 8 tomorrow.
323. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 21:30 BST
My last pick up was Cursed Mountain (Wii) I'm not really feeling it but it was only $10.
Keep playing, that's actually a great game. I completed it awhile ago, it gets better as you go...
324. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 21:38 BST
I didn't like Cursed Mountain, and gave up.....and swapped it for Metroid Trilogy....and that was my last purchase for the Wii, and gave the Wii to my sister....But i have a 3DS, and will get a Wii U!
325. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 23:59 BST
My girl just bought Donkey Kong Country Returns for me. Its incredible so far!
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326. Posted: Sat 16th Jul 2011 21:33 BST
Today I've bought: Sengoku Basara: Heroes, Rune Factory: Frontier and Tatsunoko Vs. Capcom They've cost me 23 euros!! ^ ^ I hope they get me entertained 'til I get a Wii JRPG (doubting between getting Xenoblade or TLS :/ ).
Currently playing: Super Smash Bros Brawl (Wii), Phantom Brave (PS2), Persona 3: FES (PS2), Xenoblade Chronicles (Wii), Mother 3 (GBA)Recently finished: Persona 4 (PS2), Rhythm Paradise (DS), Gundemonium Recollection (PC)
327. Posted: Sat 16th Jul 2011 22:16 BST
Wow. I'm looking for these 3 games too. Where did you get them so cheap?
328. Posted: Sun 17th Jul 2011 01:24 BST
Wario Land: The Shake Dimension
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329. Posted: Sun 17th Jul 2011 01:28 BST
Great game. Your going to love it.
330. Posted: Sun 17th Jul 2011 02:42 BST
Just picked up tonight:
Final fantasy: CC Crystal Bearers (can't beat $9.00 brand new at Walmart) and ordered Little King's Story
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331. Posted: Mon 18th Jul 2011 08:28 BST
The last ones were Mario All stars and SNK Arcade Classics. Before that, Sin and Punishment 2 and Metroid Other M I think.
332. Posted: Mon 18th Jul 2011 08:34 BST
I got it nearly 2 months ago, just haven't opened it.
333. Posted: Wed 20th Jul 2011 01:35 BST
Link's Crossbow Training with Wii Zapper - I'm visiting my nephew soon and according to his father he likes shooting games. Since I only had M rated shooters I decided to grab this. So far it looks pretty cool.
Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles - Not as great as Dead Space: Extraction but RE:DC has quite a bit going for it. 1) It has more levels and upgrades = more replay value.2) You don't need a Nunchuk Controller to play.3) Sadly, Dead Space crashes periodically but I've never had it happen (so far) playing Resident Evil: Darkside Chronicles.4) Tofu Mode!!!
Edited on Thu 21st July, 2011 @ 23:21 by Gamesake
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334. Posted: Wed 20th Jul 2011 01:40 BST
fluidity. next probably jelly car 2.
Edited on Wed 20th July, 2011 @ 01:41 by xblah
335. Posted: Thu 21st Jul 2011 22:45 BST
I bought Goldeneye, and was not impressed. I didn't want to believe that it was "Call of Duty in a coat of 007 paint," but sadly, that's pretty much accurate. All the FPS conventions that have become necessities in modern games are shoved into Goldeneye, with almost no regard for what made the original so special and exciting. In the original, your objectives were laid out for you, but exactly HOW you needed to accomplish them was up to the player to figure out. In the Wii remake, you are constantly being led around by a map marker, so you never have to use your brain. Also, in these sections, you can't even access your array of gadgets from M16; instead, pretty much everything you can do is streamlined into your smartphone, and if it isn't it will just appear out of thin air! For example, in the Facility level, you need to place mines on the gas tanks (just like old times), but you can't access the mines in your inventory, they will just simply appear when they are ready to be placed. You can no longer run around and collect guns from every enemy in the level, dual wielding an arsenal of retarded firepower. Now you are limited to holding 3 guns at a time.
alright, rant over. long story short, they traded in magic for accessibility and realism, which is sad and lame. and I traded it back.
336. Posted: Thu 21st Jul 2011 23:01 BST
Elebits, saw it for $4.50 used, picked it up. It was a near-launch title, and hasn't aged really well since the newness of motion controls has worn off, but it is still pretty fun, and was certainly worth the price.
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337. Posted: Thu 21st Jul 2011 23:03 BST
@Number_6Nice avatar. Highly underrated and awesome game.
Elebits is cool, too.
338. Posted: Thu 21st Jul 2011 23:21 BST
In the original, your objectives were laid out for you, but exactly HOW you needed to accomplish them was up to the player to figure out. In the Wii remake, you are constantly being led around by a map marker, so you never have to use your brain.
Scouring every inch of the map for over an hour aimlessly trying to figure the obscure mission objectives.
Also, in these sections, you can't even access your array of gadgets from M16; instead, pretty much everything you can do is streamlined into your smartphone, and if it isn't it will just appear out of thin air! For example, in the Facility level, you need to place mines on the gas tanks (just like old times), but you can't access the mines in your inventory, they will just simply appear when they are ready to be placed.
Does any of that actually matter? Really?
You can no longer run around and collect guns from every enemy in the level, dual wielding an arsenal of retarded firepower. Now you are limited to holding 3 guns at a time.
Yeah, I'll admit that will be missed, but it makes the transition to multiplayer much more smooth, since there's no way they'd have guys running around with every gun in the game in a multiplayer match.
Or they took out the bullcrap that no one these days wants to put up with and replaced it ith tried and true formulas that people are more familiar with, whichever way you want to look at it.
And really, as much as I despise Goldeneye 007 on the N64, I can think of much, much better reasons why it was so unique and fun for other than those that you listed.
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339. Posted: Tue 26th Jul 2011 11:31 BST
Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Wheelie Breakers (f**k you konami)Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Master of the Cards (^)Conduit 2 (Good game, but the first one was better imo...)
340. Posted: Tue 26th Jul 2011 13:14 BST
hmm i think it was The Conduit 2