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61. Posted: Tue 27th Apr 2010 18:16 BST
Don't get Toki Tori on WiiWare. It's available on Steam for $5 with more content.
Have you played both versions? I was planning on buying this on Wiiware. I don't really like playing games on my computer, but half the price with more content is hard to pass up!
Is there any chance that Two Tribes will lower the price and/or add bonus levels to the WiiWare game? Will Nintendo even let them do that?
62. Posted: Tue 27th Apr 2010 22:22 BST
No they won't. Sorry.
63. Posted: Wed 28th Apr 2010 23:35 BST
Yes, I have both versions. I bought it off WiiWare about two weeks before it had a surprise release on Steam... I never returned to the WiiWare version. The PC version has the WiiWare levels plus bonus levels. It also comes with achievements and the ability to "rewind" your actions (like in Braid).
If you don't like the PC controls or something, the thing is controller enabled. I'm not sure what controllers that includes, but I know you can use the 360 controller.
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64. Posted: Sat 1st May 2010 02:43 BST
Yes, I have both versions. I bought it off WiiWare about two weeks before it had a surprise release on Steam... I never returned to the WiiWare version. The PC version has the WiiWare levels plus bonus levels. It also comes with achievements and the ability to "rewind" your actions (like in Braid).If you don't like the PC controls or something, the thing is controller enabled. I'm not sure what controllers that includes, but I know you can use the 360 controller.
Thanks for the info. I'll probably just get it on steam then!
65. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 13:11 BST
I'm sure I'm gonna buy Tomena Saner, but I'll have 800 points left. What should I get? (I have Wario Ware DIY on the DS but not on the Wii)
Edited on Sun 2nd May, 2010 @ 13:11 by Issun
66. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 13:52 BST
It depends on whether or not you or anyone in your household would like to play your microgame creations on the Wii. If yes, then go with DIY. If not, Tomena Sanner is good for pick-up-and-play fun, but if you're anything like me it'll be the game you turn to for a few minutes here and there after another game just kicked your butt. It is fun, though, and some people on this forum are at the top of the leaderboards!
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67. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 20:10 BST
Never bought a wiiware game. Where should I start? I was thinking maybe cave story or world of goo.
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68. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 20:20 BST
Oh wow. That's a bit of a toughie. What kinds of games are you into?
69. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 20:21 BST
Action, strategy, puzzle, racing, and pretty much everything except point and click.
70. Posted: Sun 2nd May 2010 20:30 BST
Strategy: I highly recommend Swords & Soldiers and FFCC: My Life as a Darklord. Can't go wrong with those two games.Puzzle: Magnetis, Toki Tori, Art of Balance are all some of the many great puzzlers on the service.Point and click: Look into the Strong Bad games, especially if you like humor. Racing: Driift Mania is great especially with a group of friends for a social experience. It's an arcade top-down racer. Worth looking into.
Hope this helps a bit. If you'd like more thoughts on any of these or other titles you're interested in (I've played a lot of WW games), let me know!
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71. Posted: Fri 7th May 2010 02:21 BST
Aight so Ill get my Black Wii in Tuesday and I really havent too much kept up with all the WiiWare Releases in awhile, so what do you guys recommend as your favorite on the service. Im really interested in the Rebirth Series and I will buy Cave Story because the FreeWare Version is bugged to hell and back. Ive owned and beaten most all the good ones that released the first two years so no recs on Lost Winds, World of Goo etc. Ive beaten them all.
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72. Posted: Fri 7th May 2010 03:15 BST
There's lots. Look at the ones I mentioned in the post above yours. That's a good start.
73. Posted: Fri 7th May 2010 20:25 BST
Zombie Panic or Rage of the Gladiator?
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74. Posted: Wed 12th May 2010 00:41 BST
How is Dr. Mario? Me and my bro are looking for a multiplayer game. I would get tetris party but I don`t have enough points. If itisn`t great, then I`m buying mario 64.
75. Posted: Wed 12th May 2010 03:13 BST
It's pretty good. But if you're looking for a multiplayer game, I'd suggest something better than that. What exactly are you looking for in a multiplayer experience?
76. Posted: Wed 12th May 2010 20:10 BST
Max & the magic marker
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77. Posted: Thu 13th May 2010 15:07 BST
Puzzler. NL gave Dr. Mario a pretty good review so I might go with that.
78. Posted: Thu 13th May 2010 15:18 BST
Okay, go for it. Art of Balance is good too.
79. Posted: Fri 14th May 2010 20:00 BST
It's probably been said a million times over, but NyxQuest is probably the best thing I have ever played on the WiiWare service. Just beat the game this week, and while it's short and won't run you much longer than 3 hours...it's the best 3 hours of gaming you will have. Everything from the gameplay mechanics to the music is spectacular, it's a game that really should be on everybody's Wii Menu.
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80. Posted: Fri 14th May 2010 20:03 BST
I like Dr Mario, it Real fun, so it DIY
I havn't tired Cave Story. yet
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