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601. Posted: Sat 7th Apr 2012 10:07 BST
1) Fishing Resort 2) Super Mario Galaxy3) Xenoblade Chronicles
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602. Posted: Wed 11th Apr 2012 21:45 BST
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603. Posted: Thu 12th Apr 2012 16:18 BST
Pandora's Tower.Good fun so far.
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604. Posted: Thu 12th Apr 2012 16:25 BST
Awww... You lucky...
605. Posted: Thu 12th Apr 2012 19:43 BST
Finally got these cables though I know I am late to the Wii party but with my new TV the Wii was just absolutely killing me with how it looked. Sometime soon I will play Skyward Sword so I needed to upgrade my Wii cables like Simon Belmont needs a whip upgrade if I am to make it through the long adventure.
Big improvement so far on the games I have tried it out on. May only need for like 8 months though!
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606. Posted: Fri 13th Apr 2012 06:19 BST
I'm sure you'll have a World (of Goo) of fun! I just hope you don't have to be stealthy to find the instructions, or else you would need a Ninja Guide and some help! Perhaps, then you'll jump for joy playing Skyward Sword, just liked Mario jumps for coins! But I'd like to hear more about your (Little King's) Story! Of course, this is all better than watching Twilight, princess. Maybe afterwards Zack and Wiki can go to Adventure Island to find the Crystal Bearer and Just Dance after stopping the Battalion Wars...2!
Edited on Fri 13th April, 2012 @ 06:21 by kkslider5552000
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607. Posted: Fri 13th Apr 2012 18:07 BST
608. Posted: Fri 13th Apr 2012 18:49 BST
Ryno wrote:Finally got these cables though I know I am late to the Wii party but with my new TV the Wii was just absolutely killing me with how it looked. Sometime soon I will play Skyward Sword so I needed to upgrade my Wii cables like Simon Belmont needs a whip upgrade if I am to make it through the long adventure.I'm sure you'll have a World (of Goo) of fun! I just hope you don't have to be stealthy to find the instructions, or else you would need a Ninja Guide and some help! Perhaps, then you'll jump for joy playing Skyward Sword, just liked Mario jumps for coins! But I'd like to hear more about your (Little King's) Story! Of course, this is all better than watching Twilight, princess. Maybe afterwards Zack and Wiki can go to Adventure Island to find the Crystal Bearer and Just Dance after stopping the Battalion Wars...2!Muramasa.
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609. Posted: Fri 13th Apr 2012 20:24 BST
The other great thing about Component Cables(I hope you got a good pair, because they do range in quality. I ended up buying a cheap $10 component cable for my PS3 and the picture quality was awful in comparison to my official PS3 cables. I use an HDMI cable no so whatever hehe) aside from getting much better vibrant & colorful colors, a brighter picture, a clearer/sharper picture and progressivescan(CRisper image with full frames) would be that it reduces input lag on HDTV's instead of using crappy basica composite cables.
If you're using component cables and you don't have 480p selected in the Wii's menu the input lag's gonna be worse dude.And try out Fullscreen in the Wii's menu + Full screen on your HDTV. guranteed to get a better looking picture as that's the real Wii native resolution. The difference seems to be more noticable on LCD/LED's than plasma's though.
I can imagine how awful Wii games would look using a composite/RCA cable on a 59" Plasma set to 'widescreen'(Wii's fugly stretchoVision picture 'degrade' mode)
Edited on Fri 13th April, 2012 @ 20:27 by WaveGhoul
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610. Posted: Fri 13th Apr 2012 20:40 BST
@WaveSanta: Yes, indeedsky! They are the Official Nintendo Seal of Quality composite cables. The Wii did look Fright Night fugly on the 59'er so I had that on the 30" LCD until I got them. Yeah, I have 480P selected but haven't tried the full screenage technique. I will give that a shot and see how it looks. :
611. Posted: Sat 14th Apr 2012 11:37 BST
#77 Pandora's Tower Limited Edition
Edited on Sat 14th April, 2012 @ 11:37 by Mk_II
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612. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 17:41 BST
TLoZ: Skyward Sword (Actually an epic gift.)
I already owned the bundle, but I was forced to sell my copy of the game itself for personal reasons. A couple really good friends of mine knew this, and decided to send me brand new copy from Amazon. Wow! They're really great friends, and deserve recognition for their act of kindness. I'm so glad I have the entire bundle again. I've been keeping the golden Triforce WiiMote inside of the box that the bundle came in. It has never been taken out of the styrophoam wrapping. The box is also in like new/mint condition. That's why I'm so glad they found a brand new copy that still had the bonus music CD too. You guys are the fricken best! They know who they are.
Edited on Fri 20th April, 2012 @ 17:53 by Nintenbro
613. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 18:16 BST
I got Shiren the Wanderer the other day still new for $15.
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614. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 18:39 BST
@Mickeymac, how is it so far? I was actually contemplating that title myself, but it wasn't really awarded very good scores from reveiwers. That made me a little weary of this purchase.
615. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 18:46 BST
only just about ready to start tower 3 but think I'll try grinding a bit first, dark and enjoyably game so far.
616. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 18:51 BST
I haven't played it yet, but I hear it's hard. If it's anything like the DS/SNES game, though, I should enjoy it. I might pop it in some time today just to try it out.
617. Posted: Sat 21st Apr 2012 22:26 BST
Just in the post in the last week: Pandora's Tower for the PAL Wii, Taiko no Tatsujin 3 for the Japanese Wii (if you have the ability to run these games Play-Asia has it on sale for dirt cheap).
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618. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 01:41 BST
Can anyone tell me what the difficulty is like on Dead Space Extraction? We are looking in to getting it for my Dad. He isn't really a gamer but is wanting to branch out from more than just Mario Kart,Wii sports ect. We have a few WiiWare On-rails shooters and he likes them but wants something a little more in-depth.
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619. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 02:16 BST
There's a difficulty option.And since he practised aiming with the Wiimote on other titles, I think he wouldn't have problems playing this game.
620. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 03:12 BST
xenoblade was my last purchase
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