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Topic: Help me pick a couple WiiWare games PLEASE!

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SKELETOYS

Hi! I've got 2200 points I'm itching to spend on some WiiWare games. I like pretty much any kind of game so I'm open to ALL suggestions. What do you guys think about this World of Goo game? What about Swords and Soldiers? Thanks for any help you can give me! Really hard to decide.

SKELETOYS

Adam

I think World of Goo is seriously over hyped, but way too many disagree, so don't listen to me about it.

I'd go with Swords and Soldiers and save the rest for Cave Story, which should hopefully come out within a month.

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To the bear arcades again.

Edwin

Definitely World of Goo. Then I would say Art Style: Orbient, Bit Trip Beat, and Tetris Party.

EDIT: With 2200 points I'd say Goo and Orbient, that totals 2100.

Edited on by Edwin

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theblackdragon

World of Goo was fun, but I had it beaten (without a guide) in two or three days. i wish there was some DLC for it in the form of extra levels and such, because it really was fun.

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Edwin

Did you get all the OCDs? That is the real challenge. It makes you think outside the box and use techniques that were not introduced during normal gameplay.

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Knux

You should buy World of Goo and Bit. Trip Beat. Those games are awesome!

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CowLaunch

@SKELETOYS
I think Swords & Soldiers is a good bet, but I must say that if you are open to ALL suggestions then this thread isn't going to help you much. People on this site have an astounding skill at disagreeing with each other. Watch, someone will probably take issue with this comment.

CowLaunch

SKELETOYS

Hey Edwin- What are the OCD's? Hate to sound stupid, but there it went! Thanks for all the suggestions so far everybody!

SKELETOYS

Adam

CowLaunch wrote:

@SKELETOYS
I think Swords & Soldiers is a good bet, but I must say that if you are open to ALL suggestions then this thread isn't going to help you much. People on this site have an astounding skill at disagreeing with each other. Watch, someone will probably take issue with this comment.

I disagree. I think this thread will help him much. Quite whinning.

Come on, friends,
To the bear arcades again.

Edwin

Obsessive Completion Distinctions. Basically they are challenges to complete each stage with one of three harder criteria: get a certain number of goo balls, complete the stage using a limited number of goo balls, and complete the stage in a certain amount of time.

They really add replayability to the game if you try to get them all.

Edwin

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CowLaunch

weirdadam wrote:

CowLaunch wrote:

@SKELETOYS
I think Swords & Soldiers is a good bet, but I must say that if you are open to ALL suggestions then this thread isn't going to help you much. People on this site have an astounding skill at disagreeing with each other. Watch, someone will probably take issue with this comment.

I disagree. I think this thread will help him much. Quite whinning.

As predictable as that comment was, it was still very amusing when it arrived. Kudos.

CowLaunch

theblackdragon

Edwin wrote:

Did you get all the OCDs? That is the real challenge. It makes you think outside the box and use techniques that were not introduced during normal gameplay.

unless there's extra bits of plot to be revealed, OCDing it doesn't hold much appeal for me at the moment. :/

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Adam

CowLaunch wrote:

weirdadam wrote:

I disagree. I think this thread will help him much. Quite whinning.

As predictable as that comment was, it was still very amusing when it arrived. Kudos.

Thanks, it was so predictable that I almost didn't post it, so the confirmation of your amusement is much appreciated.

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feba

Definitely Bit.Trip Beat; you'll get a lot of life and love out of it, and it won't take many WiiWare points. Enough left over for any other game on the service, I believe.

feba

Sposchy

Paper Mario on Virtual Console is good if you're open to that.

Sposchy

KDR_11k

If you have no requirements just look at the WiiWare game list sorted by score. All we can do is reiterate our favourite games which probably happen to rank highly on the list by score anyway.

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Stevie

World of Goo + Swords & Soldiers are both great games, but can be completed quite quickly, so if i were you i would get one of these and another game with more replay value.

I would recomend/order you to own both these games at some point as they are both great

BrazCanaMan

It's tough to say, but I'd suggest:
Puzzles: World of Goo, RotoHex
Arcade: Alien Crush, Onslaught
Platformers: Lost Winds, Megaman 9
Also recommend: Bit.Trip Beat, Gradius ReBirth
I have all these games and I have not regretted getting any of them. They are all worth the NP.

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(Game Cube - Second Sight) (DS / GBA - Eragon / --)
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KDR_11k

S&S has a lot of replay value since you can play multiplayer or skirmish, there are quite a few strategies you can use in skirmish or MP too.

Just grab everything rated 9 or 10 here.

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subzerobf

FFCC My Life as a King and then some downloadable content for it. That is a good use of $22, trust me.

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