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381. Posted: Sun 16th Jan 2011 23:30 GMT
I have 2000 points and I've never played a wiiware game. EVER. So being a newb wiiware player, what are absolute essential titles that I should get first?
Have you tried any 2D Sonic games and like them? If so, then you could get Sonic 4 Episode 1. It's a fun game, although all of its four different stages are remixes of some from the previous games.
Another game I'd reccomend if you're into platformers is NyxQuest. And I think Bit.Trip Void is also a great game -if only I could finish the last stage...
382. Posted: Tue 1st Feb 2011 23:48 GMT
I want to try Mr. Driller, but i don't know if I should start with the WiiWare or DsiWare edition. Can you guys help me?
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383. Posted: Wed 2nd Feb 2011 00:16 GMT
@UltraRob: I have both versions. The DSiWare version is definitely more bare bones. It is however, only 5 dollars and cheaper than the WiiWare version. If you're just looking for the straight game of Mr. Driller then the DSiWare version should do fine. If you have interest in 2P or any extra little things, you might consider slapping down the extra 3 bucks for the WiiWare game. Also, the DSiWare version has the obvious advantage of being portable. If I had to choose 1, I would say go for the DSiWare version. The cheaper price paired with the fact that the extras in the WiiWare version aren't that substantial and the fact that this particular game lends itself very well as a pick up and play experience makes me opt toward the smaller, portable experience over the slightly fatter console experience.
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384. Posted: Sat 5th Feb 2011 19:32 GMT
Whats another good bit.trip game to get? I already have runner.
Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, would you kindly?
385. Posted: Sat 5th Feb 2011 19:33 GMT
Go with FATE or VOID. I'd say FATE for now.
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386. Posted: Sat 5th Feb 2011 19:33 GMT
I'd recommend CORE or VOID.
387. Posted: Tue 8th Feb 2011 06:12 GMT
Can't go wrong with BEAT. I recommend VOID as well.
388. Posted: Sat 12th Feb 2011 23:41 GMT
I just downloaded Rage of The Gladiator but have yet to play it, first time I have got a Wii Ware game in awhile but have been wanting to try it for awhile.
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389. Posted: Sun 13th Feb 2011 00:08 GMT
You won't regret it. It's just like Punch-Out!!, but I liked this even more. I especially liked the diversity of your opponents and the RPG elements. Every battle was just an epic fight.
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390. Posted: Mon 14th Feb 2011 23:23 GMT
Splat wrote:I just downloaded Rage of The Gladiator but have yet to play it, first time I have got a Wii Ware game in awhile but have been wanting to try it for awhile.You won't regret it. It's just like Punch-Out!!, but I liked this even more. I especially liked the diversity of your opponents and the RPG elements. Every battle was just an epic fight.
Yep it's pretty great just got done playing it for the first time, by far the best Wii Ware game I have played kinda like Punch-Out meets Monster Hunter.
391. Posted: Mon 21st Mar 2011 16:08 GMT
I recently completed Bit.trip runner(not even gonna comment on it's awesomeness). Which installment should I play next? Flux?
392. Posted: Mon 21st Mar 2011 16:39 GMT
Is that the only BT game you've played? If so, I'd recommend going backwards for a bit then going to FLUX.
393. Posted: Mon 21st Mar 2011 17:52 GMT
Yeah it's the only one I've played so far. I'd kinda like to stay away from motion controls, though.
394. Posted: Mon 21st Mar 2011 18:34 GMT
Give CORE a try if it looks appealing to you. VOID is also great IMO.
395. Posted: Mon 21st Mar 2011 18:48 GMT
Doesn't flux control the same way beat does (with motion controls). Don't let the motion controls worry you - it's just tilting the Wiimote back and forth, and it's sensitive and intuitive. The motion controls work just as well as a dpad would (with Beat anyways).
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396. Posted: Mon 21st Mar 2011 19:42 GMT
So should I get Fluidity or the first Bit Trip game (regardless of anything, I will get the first Bit Trip game before the other ones)?
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397. Posted: Tue 22nd Mar 2011 21:31 GMT
I preferred Bit.Trip Beat to Fluidity.
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398. Posted: Sat 9th Apr 2011 22:02 BST
Have any of you played Midnight Pool? If so how would you rate the difficult level? I'm looking for another game that I can play with my Dad he really likes Dart Rage and has no trouble playing it. That said he is not a gamer at all so I'm looking for something he can pick up and play.
399. Posted: Sat 9th Apr 2011 23:29 BST
Have you thought about getting Cue Sports?
400. Posted: Mon 11th Apr 2011 00:55 BST
Which is more user friendly?