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1. Posted: Sat 19th Dec 2009 22:20 GMT
For all those having trouble choosing between WiiWare games, this is the thread for you! Ask for recommendations here.
if you're trying to choose between a WiiWare game and something else, though, the Universal Recommendations Thread may be what you're looking for. :3
Edited on Thu 16th May, 2013 @ 23:34 by theblackdragon
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2. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 05:33 GMT
Okay:Me and my brother recently bought Pokemon Rumble with some Xmas money, and now we have 500 Wii points unused (Oh how I wish I could transfer them to my DSi...). Does any one have any suggestions for a good 500 point WiiWare Game?
And for those that are wondering, I do not own a Classic Controller or a Gamecube Controller, so most(?) VC titles are off the list - that's why I leant towards WiiWare...
Edited on Tue 29th December, 2009 @ 05:34 by Bobpie
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3. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 06:39 GMT
Okay:Me and my brother recently bought Pokemon Rumble with some Xmas money, and now we have 500 Wii points unused (Oh how I wish I could transfer them to my DSi...). Does any one have any suggestions for a good 500 point WiiWare Game?And for those that are wondering, I do not own a Classic Controller or a Gamecube Controller, so most(?) VC titles are off the list - that's why I leant towards WiiWare...
It would help if you told us what country you live in because some games arn't available everywhere. Also tell us what genre your interested in.
If you live anywhere but North America get Uno. If you do live in North America get The Magic Oblisk or Rabbids Lab if you don't got enough money for the retail game Rabbids Go Home like me.
4. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 06:46 GMT
Sorry about that, I live in New Zealand (PAL) which I suppose comes under UK/EU releases.
Funnily enough, we just bought Rabbids Go Home and my brother has UNO on his DSi.
And for the genre, probably adventure or action - something worth the money, I suppose.
5. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 21:29 GMT
Is Magic Obelisk very long? I've been thinking about it. How easy is it? Hopefully not too easy.
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6. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 21:38 GMT
Yeah, how is Magic Obelisk? I'm looking to get it, but I might just get Streets of Rage 2 or wait for Cave Story instead if it turns out to be a dud.
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7. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 21:44 GMT
Streets of Rage 2 is probably my favorite Genesis game. I don't know what it is about that game, but it oozes awesomeness.
On topic, I recommend that everyone (who likes these types of games) buy Flowerworks and Castlevania Rebirth. Both are 1000 points, but very worth it if you dig puzzle games and / or action / adventure / platforming.
8. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 21:47 GMT
I'd think about Streets of rage if I couldn't get it on compilation. That's a problem with alot of sega games. That or being able to download a version of a game with extras added, like on xbox live.
9. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 21:54 GMT
I personally don't mind having multiple versions of my favorite games.
10. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 21:55 GMT
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11. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 22:42 GMT
After seeing it was only 500 points & didn't require a CC, I bought SMB3.
Edited on Tue 29th December, 2009 @ 22:58 by Bobpie
12. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 23:23 GMT
If you are interested in puzzle games the Magic Obelisk is actually a fairly good game. There are 30+ chapters/levels and for the 500 point cost it may be worth a look. The only issue that I have noticed playing it is that the controls seem clunky forsome of the levels where timing of shadows is more important, which Sean mentioned inhis impressions of the game.
Edited on Wed 30th December, 2009 @ 13:43 by blurays
13. Posted: Wed 30th Dec 2009 06:05 GMT
I know what we need to see on WiiWare. Custer's Revenge Rebirth!
Edited on Wed 30th December, 2009 @ 06:06 by JTC-Pingas
14. Posted: Thu 31st Dec 2009 06:07 GMT
I'm going to get pokemon rumble, but what game should I get along with that? I was thinking SMB3, but is that worth it since I have NSMBW? I also was considering defend your castle.EDIT: or as another option, should I get another DSipoints card?
Edited on Thu 31st December, 2009 @ 06:13 by Percentful
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15. Posted: Thu 31st Dec 2009 06:41 GMT
Imma have nightmares about pixelated cowboys with visible male organs now. D:
16. Posted: Thu 31st Dec 2009 21:46 GMT
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17. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 22:59 GMT
okay lookie here i can pick only 2 so help the magic obelisk [i could also get another game if i get this one...like bit trip....]Eduardo the samurai toaster [i want to try this] little tournament over yonder [i think this looks good] lostwinds 2 [never played first]
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18. Posted: Tue 5th Jan 2010 23:06 GMT
I got Pokemon Rumble and SMB3, but I don't own NSMBW. Having played NSMBW, though, I don't think It's worth getting SMB3 because of its simularities.
Not that I have played it, but Tomena Sanner also looks fun.
I heard that Eduardo wasn't as good as it looked, and ONM only gave Little Tournament Over Yonder a score of 63%, saying is was a very basic strategy game.
Going on that, I - personally - would get Lostwinds 2 and The Magic Obelisk.
Edited on Tue 5th January, 2010 @ 23:16 by Bobpie
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20. Posted: Wed 6th Jan 2010 02:34 GMT
Definitely. I feel SMB3 is way harder than NSMB Wii, though. (I've 100%'d NSMB Wii, star coins, world 9 and all, and can do a speed-run in an hour and a half. I've only gotten to world 3 in SMB3.)There's nothing on DSiWare you need to run out and download, though.
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