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Tue 19th Oct 2010

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Lo3edia commented on Resident Evil Revelations 2 Assets Spotted:

RE4 was one of my favourite games on Wii. The pointer controls were great and I got hooked on Wii shooters. If they had added pointer controls to Revelations I would have bought it day one. As it is, if they don't add pointer controls to Resident Evil Revelations 2 it's a non starter. I hate aiming with the thumb stick.



Lo3edia commented on Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut Final...:

I was ready to buy this game last March, April when they were teasing it as 'coming soon'. Now it's going up against my dollars for Batman, AC IV, Watch Dogs, Mario etc. IF i pick this up, it will likely be in a discount bin a year from now, or at the best after Christmas. Kinda annoyed actually, that it took them so long to get this out. Looks awesome though.



Lo3edia commented on Review: Need for Speed: Most Wanted U (Wii U):

This is the best NFS title I have played on a Nintendo since the last Most Wanted. I've played enough of Criterion's 'Burnout: Paradise' to say that these two titles compare very closely, but with licensed cars. Any fan of the show Top Gear (BBC) will know all of these cars. It's hours of fun.



Lo3edia commented on Club Nintendo Accounts Can't Be Linked To The ...:

Colour me annoyed. I have 200 points left to do something with, and likely I will never be able to spend those on the eshop either. I'm not entirely impressed that they need a separate Wii menu on the Wii U either, the duplication seems silly, why can't we just have everything on one menu?



Lo3edia commented on Halting Wii U System Update May Brick the System:

Mine stopped working about 5 minutes into the update, shut down and the power led started blinking red. Unplugged it, plugged it back in and got the blue led with no picture and no connection to the gamepad. Called Nintendo, have to send it in.



Lo3edia commented on Reggie Wonders Where Metroid: Other M Sales We...:

I'm sure it has less to do with the game and more to do with the whole 'casual gamer' phenom that has been filling homes with Super Mario and Party games. The big 'N' is simply getting a taste of what developers like EA, Sega et al. have been complaining about, that people who buy a Wii don't go in for adult or even teenage titles. I'm surprised that they're surprised. They should do a study to see how many people who buy a Wii even use it, how many Wii Fit boards are collecting dust under the couch?