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Re: WiiWare dated for US, three titles officially announced

PoisonedV

Atlantis, the sheer ignorance of your statements 'boggles' my mind.
You should not have to live with problems when they could be easily fixed. We are what is making THEM money. We are doing nintendo a goddamn favor- we could just emulate everything. We pay these over inflated, bullsh*t prices (my local game store has racks upon racks of NES games- 1 dollar each) to support Nintendo, hardly because we have no other means of playing them- and in return we get bullsh*t service. I spend my money on these games- why should I have to deal with trivial inconveniences? Please stop your idiotic fanboy babbling.

Re: WiiWare dated for US, three titles officially announced

PoisonedV

@Atlantis, stop being pretentious. You aren't some kind of Nintendo purist, please stop using trivial insults to bash on people who don't feel like wasting their time.
Also, stuff not adding up clutter? What about the 9000 accessories that Nintendo releases every day? The Wii Zapper, Nunchuks, classic controllers, gamecube controllers, wiimotes, the wii wheel, the balance board, the wiimote covers...

Re: Dragon's Curse

PoisonedV

I love this game. Cute, fun to play, sort of non-linear, nice music, and just generally makes me feel good while playing it. I never heard of the series before, and I really hope they release the other titles. I bought this about a month ago, and after about an hour of playtime a week, I finally beat it.

Re: World of Goo - First Impressions

PoisonedV

No, the one I gave a link to was... Well, you could say the inspiration to this game. It uses the play mechanic of goo tower, but in a sort of sprawling, adventure type game
Trust me, it's really fun and it will be worth the wii points

Re: WiiWare dated for US, three titles officially announced

PoisonedV

@Manic fatty: totally right dude. I don't know what's up with this Casual Games crap, on the PC it's fine, I don't care, there are still tons of hardcore developers. But on this bold new console with innovative controls, etc, casual games just wont do, especially when there are not so many developers. also as people can see reading the recent comments in the past several months, the situation for hard drive space, VC games, and menu space has gradually gotten worse. it started with people being worried about running out of channel icons, then starting to worry about running out of their flash space, then actually running out of them, then everyone complaining about using SD cards, then the whole hard drive thing. Nintendo obviously does not care, unless it makes money. They won't spend assets trying to implement hard drive capability when only a few of the core gamers want it, while the casual, gaming new comers that the system has been marketed to more recently dont need that much space. they want large quantities of people, not quality... as in, you could have 10,000 fans who would buy more than half the wiiware games, but they would rather have 100,000 wii users who would buy a couple

Re: World of Goo - First Impressions

PoisonedV

Sure does not play like Lemmings, at least in my opinion. Eets did, but not this. I would describe it as more like that one flash game where you play the guy with multiple legs, but not such direct control

Re: Wave Race 64

PoisonedV

3/5 The graphics were good for its time, and still look great, but the gameplay is not so good. The tricks don't work well, and the driving isn't great. A plus, however, is it actually feels like you are on water- unlike most modern watercraft games.

Re: Harvest Moon

PoisonedV

I have every Harvest Moon game. SNES, 64, Back to Nature, AWL, Savin the HOmeland, AWL Special Edition, The Gameboy 'Harvest Moon2', Friends of Mineral Town, MFOMT, Magical Melody, except for the DS veresion waaah. Anyway I'm going to buy this again to show my support for the Developers and harvest moon

Re: Pop

PoisonedV

Looks OK but I know they are going to screw it up by pricing it too high. I wouldn't buy it for anything more than 5 USD