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likes2sing

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#1

likes2sing commented on Review: Elebits (Wii):

I like this game. It starts off a little slow because you have to get used to the environment and how move around and open things, but does turn out to be a fun use of the Wii remote, and zapping those Elebit things are quite satisfying. It basically combines the fun of a low key shooter (zapping Elebits) with a puzzle game (finding all the Elebits in a given area).

I am not through the whole game yet, so I'm not sure how much replay there will be, but so far it seems to work pretty well.

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#2

likes2sing commented on Pinball Hall of Fame - The Williams Collection:

Pinball was always one of those games that looked like so much fun, but I just couldn't waste the quarters on, so I played occasionally and never improved. This game redeems all that! I can't imagine the ball physics being any truer, the sounds are remarkable, and the tables themselves so accurately reproduced that I wish I could zoom in on them just to see them better.

All the tables here have their own personalities, and are well worth getting to know and just play. There are all the goals and instructions for the tables. The instructions are especially welcome since they explain each table wonderfully.

If you have any interest in pinball, this game is definitely worth it. 10/10 imho!!!

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#3

likes2sing commented on Review: Link's Crossbow Training (Wii):

This game is great. There's a lot of replay value because you can always improve a bit and its just fun as heck to blast those targets and enemies. There's even a way to blow them up with a bomb which is pretty cool. You don't have to be a Zelda fan to love it! For a varied basic shooting game this is a 10/10!

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#4

likes2sing commented on Review: BIT.TRIP RUNNER (WiiWare):

Well I've had this game for several weeks now & I can't get past 1-2 because of those stairs at the end. I've tried all kinds of taps to get over it & nothing works.

I got the game because it received a 10/10 rating so I don't see why I'm having such a problem with it. I guess its a risky think to rate something so high, but what are you gonna do?

The question is how challenging do you prefer your games to be? If you answered "maddeningly challenging to the point that I want to smash my controller and hunt down the families of the developers," then Bit.Trip Runner is the game for you. If you want something that is more fun than just challenging then you might want to look elsewhere. Obviously this point was sorely neglected in the review and the score.