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1. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 23:45 BST
I already have:
Art Style CubelloWord of Goo andBit. Trip Bit
Which one should I buy next?
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2. Posted: Sun 26th Apr 2009 23:55 BST
Well if you liked Cubello, there's Art Style: Orbient and Art Style: Rotohex.
And if you're looking for a unique title, why not try Bonsai Barber or Tiki Towers?
3. Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2009 00:35 BST
Buy Mega Man 9.
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4. Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2009 00:53 BST
I suggest Toki Tori.
5. Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2009 00:58 BST
Art Style: Rotohex is a lot of fun if you're into the Art Style stuff.
Edited on Mon 27th April, 2009 @ 00:58 by Corbs
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6. Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2009 01:07 BST
Go for Lostwinds. It has great music and graphics, the gameplays truly solid and the game as a whole is unique. And its all for 1000 Wii Points.
Or try out Bomberman Blast or Tetris Party are great too!
7. Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2009 02:36 BST
Megaman 9, Dr. Mario, Gradius Rebirth, Tetris Party (which I have yet to try...)
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8. Posted: Mon 27th Apr 2009 13:26 BST
Tetris Party is the one I keep coming back to again and again...so many modes, you can even play it on the balance board!
9. Posted: Tue 28th Apr 2009 11:42 BST
Depends on what you're looking for. If you want puzzles that require actual thinking Toki Tori is a good pick (LostWinds is too damn easy to qualify as puzzles with thinking, the only difficulty is not getting lost due to no map and lacking directions). Mega Man 9 is IMO only worth it if you've already played all the available NES Mega Mans, it's weaker than the NES games and costs twice as much.
10. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 04:22 BST
mmm I don't like mega man, maybe tetris party... I don't know
11. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 06:01 BST
If you like puzzle games, Toki Tori and Bruiser and Scratch are both great games.
12. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 06:46 BST
Onslaught, Cocoto: Platform Jumper, MegaMan 9, My Life as a King, and STRONG BAD!!!!
13. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 16:37 BST
im in love with Bomberman Blast
but the Japanese are hard to beat online ( they had the game available early ?)
Edited on Wed 29th April, 2009 @ 16:38 by MauWii
14. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 16:53 BST
@MauWii: I gave up on Bomberman Blast months ago because of the endless waits trying to get an online game going, and the terrible lag when you did eventually manage it. Has the online experience improved recently?
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15. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 17:01 BST
Unfortunately the OP does not like Mega Man (Heresy! ), so I can only recommend Dr. Mario RX for WiiWare games.
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16. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 18:02 BST
Tetris Party is where it's at OP.
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17. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 18:05 BST
@Golgo, sometimes there's to wait for people to come in, indeed, ( i hate the small waiting bomb room.... )
but for the lag, like someone wrote, if it's a 5-6 players game i notice no lag at all ( sometimes even 7-8 players all fine )(sometimes it's 7 Japanese vs me, am i scared ?)
18. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 20:31 BST
or save your points for:
Edited on Wed 29th April, 2009 @ 20:38 by Pawtrick
19. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 20:37 BST
@PawtrickOP has WoG. Great suggestions though. Still waiting for Bubble Bobble+!
20. Posted: Wed 29th Apr 2009 23:09 BST
Anyway, you're not going to get useful recommendations without saying what kinds of games you're looking for.