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481. Posted: Sat 9th Jul 2011 14:28 BST
@n0body Nothing here sorry
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482. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 04:39 BST
So, I finally got around to purchasing some Wii Points, and after getting the first LostWinds title, I have 3000 points left. Out of the following, which should I get?
And Yet It MovesArt Style: light traxArt Style: RotozoaFluidityJett RocketMega Man 10OnslaughtPokémon RumbleTomena SannerWater WarfareWorld of Goo
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483. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 11:47 BST
@12834: I didn't play "And Yet It Moves" and "Water Warfare" yet.Out of the other titles you mentioned my choices would be (in order):
1. World of Goo2. Fluidity3. Mega Man 9 / 10 (But i'd say get MegaMan 2 or 3 first if you haven't got them yet) 4. Art Style: light trax5. Jett Rocket
Edited on Wed 13th July, 2011 @ 11:50 by eviLaTtenDant
Number 2? Says who? >=o]
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484. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 11:52 BST
10/10 - World of Goo - One of the finest, most polished puzzle games on the service, awesome level design, outstanding soundtrack, freaky story
9/10 - Art Style: light trax - That's one of my favourite racers ever. Unique, exciting, superfast and challenging (in the later courses) and another amazing soundtrack.
9/10 - Art Style: PENTA TENTACLES - An arcade-like experience, unique, challenging, and when you think it is over, new packs of levels unlock. Once you get the hang of it it's getting very addicting.
9/10 - and yet it moves - GREAT platformer with awesome physics, perfect controls, and unique gameplay, Main mode is pretty short, but lots of content in the other modes. As you have noticed I have a soft spot for all these crazy, unique games.
8/10 - Jett Rocket - Very good graphics, good 3D-platformer. A little short, but if you like exploration (collecting 100% in each stage) and going for achievements this is a pretty good game.
8/10 - Water Warfare - Online is neat, but also the 30 offline solo missions will keep you busy for some time if you want gold on everything. 1vs1-splitscreen can be fun. It's a unique fps, although the presentation and graphics could have been better.
8/10 - Pokémon Rumble - Four player mayhem. Lots of collecting. Secret shiny Pokémon to find. It's of decent length (but due to the random nature of those Pokémon games it will take months to fully complete). Ultimately the gameplay is a little shallow to really make you want to find everything. It's the money's worth still - especially in 4p-mode.
7/10 - Tomena Sanner - Very short and easy. Funny stuff, but too simple for my tastes. Online leaderboards give motivation for better scores. 4 player splitscreen mode is in very tiny windows which isn't much fun.
?/10 Fluidity - played the demo - the full game could be 9 or 10/10.?/10 Onslaught - never played?/10 Mega Man 10 - never played
485. Posted: Wed 13th Jul 2011 12:11 BST
So, I finally got around to purchasing some Wii Points, and after getting the first LostWinds title, I have 3000 points left. Out of the following, which should I get?And Yet It MovesArt Style: light traxArt Style: RotozoaFluidityJett RocketMega Man 10OnslaughtPokémon RumbleTomena SannerWater WarfareWorld of GooAny suggestions?
I would recommend And Yet it Moves as well.
Fluidity is definitely worth your points. It's a fantastic and beautiful puzzle platformer with Metroid style exploration and real charm. Meaty challenge and plenty of surprises too. A real gem of a game.
486. Posted: Sat 30th Jul 2011 10:11 BST
Birdman13 wrote:So, I finally got around to purchasing some Wii Points, and after getting the first LostWinds title, I have 3000 points left. Out of the following, which should I get?And Yet It MovesArt Style: light traxArt Style: RotozoaFluidityJett RocketMega Man 10OnslaughtPokémon RumbleTomena SannerWater WarfareWorld of GooAny suggestions?I would recommend And Yet it Moves as well.Fluidity is definitely worth your points. It's a fantastic and beautiful puzzle platformer with Metroid style exploration and real charm. Meaty challenge and plenty of surprises too. A real gem of a game.
487. Posted: Tue 9th Aug 2011 19:47 BST
Is there anybody here from nintendolife that still plays Tetris Party?
Edited on Tue 9th August, 2011 @ 19:48 by WiiAboutU
488. Posted: Sat 20th Aug 2011 00:58 BST
Can someone please help me by recommending a WiiWare title, that has a difficulty level friendly enough for a 10 year old? But will keep a 10 year old boy's attention for awhile. (<:
489. Posted: Sun 21st Aug 2011 21:57 BST
I would recommend Big Kahuna Party for your 10 yr old....will definitely keep him occupied for awhile.
490. Posted: Sun 21st Aug 2011 23:11 BST
Thanks @luke17, but he isn't entertained much by puzzle titles. I let him try out BCF and it didn't keep his attention for very long.
Edited on Sun 21st August, 2011 @ 23:12 by WiiAboutU
491. Posted: Sun 21st Aug 2011 23:16 BST
Hmm... what type of game does he enjoy?
492. Posted: Mon 22nd Aug 2011 03:22 BST
Well @luke17, so far he has enjoyed Super Smash Bros. on VC the most and FAST: Racing League for WiiWare. Does anything else come to mind?
493. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 00:11 BST
Rage of the Gladiator, Heavy Fire: Black Arms (Not the finest quality game but cheap, and very easy to pick up and play), or Fish'em All come to mind. They are all very basic games and action oriented. VC wise I would recommend 1080 snowboarding, Earthworm Jim, or Vectorman. Again, very easy to pick up for a quick play through.
494. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 14:14 BST
I personally wouldn't recommend 1080, but that's just me.
495. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 20:04 BST
Oh wow, you don't like 1080? I generally don't like N64 or snowboarding games but I always had fun with it. Wasn't it generally well received by the public?
496. Posted: Wed 24th Aug 2011 22:43 BST
Yeah 1080° Snowboarding (N64) was the best snowboard game ever at the time when it was released in Spring 1998. It co-existed nicely with that other Snowboard game, Snowboard Kids. It wasn't a realistic simulation like 1080°, it was like Mario Kart on snowboards.
On the Gamecube it got the fantastic sequel 1080° Avalanche, and then the market got flooded by other snowboard games like SSX Tricky, SSX On Tour, Shaun White Snowboarding, Dark Summit, Evolution Snowboarding. Even SEGA had to make their Sonic Riders. A new 1080° wouldn't stand out that much in the masses of snowboard games that are available now, but I think a new one in HD graphics with well-made Balance Board support could be an exciting experience that I'd love to try on the Wii U.
Edited on Wed 24th August, 2011 @ 22:44 by SKTTR
497. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 07:23 BST
How about Ben 10? I know it has gotten bad reviews, but how do you think a 10 yr. old boy would receive it?Or do think there is a better choice of platformer on WiiWare?(I was also contemplating between Max and the Magic Marker and Doc Clock.)
Edited on Sat 27th August, 2011 @ 07:27 by WiiAboutU
498. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 08:21 BST
I decided to purchase Max and the Magic Marker for my son. What do you think, did I make a good decision as to which WiiWare platformer to purchase? My son likes to draw and MatMM looks like it would appeal to children around his age.
499. Posted: Sat 27th Aug 2011 23:22 BST
Great choice! I probably wouldn't recommend getting Doc Clock for your son mostly because of the frustration factor. However, you're welcome to give it a shot anyway if you really think he'll enjoy it.
500. Posted: Sun 28th Aug 2011 02:17 BST
Thanks @KnucklesSonic8, I won't be purchasing Doc Clock. It seemed like it would be engaging, but I read into the matter and I was wrong.