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61. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 08:34 BST
i love the graphics. kinda a step above n64 but not too big of a step. i love late '90s/early 2000s games
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62. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 13:14 BST
I finally made it through the first stage. The first boss already had me stumped. I actually had to search online to figure out how to damage it. Now I'm starting the second stage with this weird four armed dog smoking a cigar. This game has some nutty characters in it. I like the technoish music and the game sorta reminds me of Jet force Gemini on N64. Even kinda looks like a game from that era. I hope I'm not missing anything by never playing the original game.
Edited on Sun 15th May, 2011 @ 13:15 by Link79
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63. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 13:29 BST
Hell no, This is easily one of the one worst games i've ever playd in my life, such a depressing time wasting experience.It was thee' single worst memory I had with the Dreamcast. eek!
I freaking HATE this game.
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64. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 13:32 BST
Hell no, This is easily one of the one worst games i've ever playd in my life, such a depressing time wasting experience.It was thee' single worst memory I had with the Dreamcast. eek!I freaking HATE this game.
Care to elaborate? While I enjoyed the first one more, I still had a blast with the second one on PC.
65. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 13:33 BST
It's hard to take that Gamepro review seriously when he says that pointer controls don't work in most Wii shooters. Even though the review is favorable, if you're on the fence and waiting for reviews, you should wait for reviews from other sources (like NL) which aren't filled with idiotic comments like that.
Anybody who says that pointer controls don't work for Wii shooters is out of their complete mind.Idiotic comments like that leave my mind blown... But really, most people when aiming with the wii remote just rest it on their leg/knee anyways, and it works wonderfully.
Edited on Sun 15th May, 2011 @ 18:03 by theblackdragon
66. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 13:44 BST
Well I'm a first time player and I'm having fun with it so far. This is pretty much the first Dreamcast game I ever played. That system was dead so fast I never noticed when it left. The only reason I ever got to try the Sonic adventure games is because they were ported to the cube. Other than those I had no experience with Dreamcast.Once I've played MDK 2 all the way through I'll see what I think about it then.
67. Posted: Sun 15th May 2011 20:16 BST
I downloaded this game Day 1 and it rocks! I loved the orginal 1 & 2 on the PC but I am not a PC gamer so when the Dreamcast version came out back in the day, I got that one too and loved it.
I have to say, the Wii controls work very well in this game. This is how MDK 2 should be played. I really, really hope they release MDK 1 on WiiWare. I am sad they did not do that one first because it was a great game and Wii controls would make it even better.
Who do we have to talk to make MDK 1 on WiiWare a reality?
68. Posted: Tue 17th May 2011 03:25 BST
Just locked up my Wii, yay!
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69. Posted: Tue 17th May 2011 04:27 BST
Yeah. I'd been playing the boss of the first Hawkins level for like an hour when it happened. Luckily I saved during that. I've never used a quicksave, actually.
70. Posted: Tue 17th May 2011 11:01 BST
just started level 4 today, haven't experienced a single lock-up yet. Maybe those who did have been using the quick-save button a lot as that is a new feature in this version. I only use it occasionally like in the platforming sections, mostly relying on regular saves...Anyway just wanted to say this game still ROCKS! and I'm really loving the diversity! SPOILERthat fish-swimming part was a cool little diversion I must say, and I love Doc's puzzles in generalEND SPOILERI also would welcome the idea of more MDK on WiiWare or similar games. Maybe we can get Nintendo Life to do an interview with the guys at Beamdog in order for this gem to get more attention, and also in order to ask for more
Edited on Tue 17th May, 2011 @ 11:02 by n0body
71. Posted: Tue 17th May 2011 19:33 BST
I just had a lock up when playing a little while ago. It was during the second stage with the Dog. I was at the part where you use the Jetpack to get up through the high shaft. I guess you better save often. You never know when it might lock up and force you to start over. They should patch it with an update. People are going to get sick of losing their progress.
72. Posted: Tue 17th May 2011 19:43 BST
Crashes and all, I still am going to get this game soon.
73. Posted: Wed 18th May 2011 03:01 BST
Quicksave can only be done by pressing 1 button, right? Because I just pause and select save game.
74. Posted: Wed 18th May 2011 03:03 BST
brooks83 wrote:Crashes and all, I still am going to get this game soon.You won't regret it. It's...it's...it's...fun-tastic. There. I said it.
You won't regret it. It's...it's...it's...fun-tastic. There. I said it.
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75. Posted: Wed 18th May 2011 13:31 BST
quick save is 1, quick load is 2. Definitely reminds me of pc gaming in the 90s when I constantly had a finger on one of them
In any case, be sure to have an actual save when you exit the game as I'm not sure quick-saves carry over to your next play-through.
76. Posted: Wed 18th May 2011 23:50 BST
Finally beat level 3. The Doc turned out to be pretty decent in the end, but I'm still glad to have Kurt back, even sans pants.
77. Posted: Thu 19th May 2011 00:12 BST
The question for me is:
Buy it on Wiiware for $10 with nice controls , but lack of shadows and compressed audio?
Or on my laptop (gog.com) for $5.99 with all the original features and a better visual quality?
To me, the pricing is leaning towards the PC purchase
Edited on Thu 19th May, 2011 @ 00:15 by irken004
78. Posted: Thu 19th May 2011 01:09 BST
Don't forget playing the game on a huge TV, 'cause that's a plus imo. That and the controls are what pushed me to Wii.
EDIT: Also, a PC HD version is coming later this year, so you might want to hold off on that.
Edited on Thu 19th May, 2011 @ 01:10 by Odnetnin
79. Posted: Thu 19th May 2011 01:13 BST
@irk you can get the original MDK and MDK2 on Steam for $15 btw
80. Posted: Thu 19th May 2011 01:16 BST
Getting both of them would be $10 on gog.com, or I could wait for a Steam sale.