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Topic: Are you going to download the new Hudson game, Water Warfare?

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Wiiperson11

1. Posted:

I am.
It looks so awesome.

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Sean_Aaron

2. Posted:

No, an FPS has to have a decent single-player story mode to get me on board; hence the reason I also don't own Onslaught.

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Machu

3. Posted:

Nope, bought enough s*** already.

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ElectricSplash

4. Posted:

No. A lot of games i my list have priority.

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The_Fox

5. Posted:

Considering I can cut someone in half with a chainsaw mounted on a gun online with Gears of War 2 or kill a bunch of campers with a carpet bomb in Modern Warfare, getting people wet in Water Warfare leaves me unimpressed. The level design looks really dull, as well.

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geek-master

6. Posted:

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y e s s u r y !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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BrazCanaMan

7. Posted:

I'm a sucker for FPS's, if it plays like Onslaught I'm definately getting it.

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fudgenuts

8. Posted:

I already have it :)

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BrazCanaMan

9. Posted:

@fudgenuts
Does it play like Onslaught?

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Mattdyer0

10. Posted:

Definitely. This is the only Wiiware game I'm looking forward to buying right now.

Who cares if it's kiddy? It looks like it has great control, and this is the FIRST game for the Wii that has the 3 things that I've been ****ing pissed that ALL other FPS games have NOT had on the Wii:

1. Split Screen Multiplayer
2. Online Multiplayer
3. Actual good controls

Think about it...EVERY SINGLE FPS for the Wii has lacked in at least one of these categories. Even The Conduit (which I LOVE so far, just so you know) doesn't have split screen, which is inexcusable.

So yeah, Day 1 purchase for me :)

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SMW

11. Posted:

Of course I am getting it! I have loved a majority of Hudson's WiiWare games and Water Warfare looks like it might be another good WiiWare game. This will be my fourth Hudson WiiWare game.. (Cue Sports, Snowboard Riot, Onslaught.)

The hands-on mentions 2-player splitscreen while online, I haven't seen that since Mario Kart.

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JaredJ

12. Posted:

Yes

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fudgenuts

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@BrazCanaMan: Pretty much. Notable differences include:
You can only hold one weapon at a time
You can jump with the Z button
There are items you can get, such as water ballons and banana peels.

That's about it.

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TJtheHeretic

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no, unless i have extra points and i have nothing better to buy

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calculon

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Definitely

@The Fox: Yeah but the arenas do get randomized to some degree each time you play so at least you're not always going to be camping out in the same place every time which is a refreshing change to oh ... say 99% of most FPSs.

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MarkyVigoroth

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I might get this specifically because of the lack of violence. (After all, why not try something different? Shooters have, by its definition, always been a staple for the semi-false "video games promote violence" premise, and this game promises to give a different flavour.)

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Adam

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calculon wrote:

Definitely

@The Fox: Yeah but the arenas do get randomized to some degree each time you play so at least you're not always going to be camping out in the same place every time which is a refreshing change to oh ... say 99% of most FPSs.

I didn't know that. That is definitely an improvement more FPSs should use. I'm continually surprised that most games, FPS or not, don't make use of randomized or semi-randomized levels for added replay value.

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The_Fox

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@Calculon
Randomized levels sounds like a nice touch, as long as it it done correctly (if it were randomized too much it sounds like it would cause problems) . Still, not enough for me.
@MarkyVigoroth
Well, the lack of violence is good for those younger gamers or squeamish, but it kinda seems like a handicap to me. Oh well, some people will appreciate it.

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