Subject: Re: Goldeneye 007 Wed Nov 03, 2010 8:21 am
I'm glad they remade it. I still think a game of this caliber deserves to be in high def etc. Thats what frustrates me with nintendo. Their controller scheme and inability to provide the best look/feel for game remakes just doesn't do them the jutice they deserve like the 360 and PS3 can do. Rawr....
Because I don't have a wii I doubt I'll play this. I'll bug my friend though to try it on his just to see if proximity mines only multiplayer is as nutty as it used to be mwa ha ha!
Subject: Re: Goldeneye 007 Wed Dec 01, 2010 3:38 pm
I dont know of any good games since all we have is the sports game it came with, but is the new super mario game have all the old nes mario 1,2 and 3? I could have sworn I saw an advertisement where nintendo did a game for wii where they redid the old mario's and now i can't find it...
Subject: Re: Goldeneye 007 Wed Dec 01, 2010 3:47 pm
-Either of the two Super Mario Galaxy games. Preferably the first one. Hours of content and good replay value. -If you can find it, Metroid Prime Trilogy. You get three games that will probably last 15+ hours each the first time you play them (based on my own experience, mind you - give or take five hours depending on how quickly you get the hang of the gameplay and on whether you go for 100% completion). -Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Again, a huge amount of content and total play time. Lots of different modes. It has online, but to be honest, local multiplayer is the reason to get this one. Great game to play if you have someone to play it with. -I haven't played it yet, but Donkey Kong Country Returns is getting rave reviews across the board. It certainly looks amazing. -And finally, remember that the Wii can run GameCube titles as well*. Look around for some used GameCube games - I got the original version of Metroid Prime and Kirby Air Ride, both fun games, for five dollars each; The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker and Super Mario Sunshine, also good titles, cost me ten each.
*You'll need a GCN controller, which also run pretty cheap, if I recall.
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Subject: Re: Goldeneye 007 Wed Dec 01, 2010 4:43 pm
No, the New Super Mario game does not have any old Mario games, if that was your question lol
Awesome Turtle!!!! Thanks man, appreciate the input. Metroid and Super Mario Galaxy sound cool, Imma have to try that! lol
Subject: Re: Goldeneye 007 Wed Dec 01, 2010 5:13 pm
Just as a warning, Metroid Prime Trilogy was a very limited-edition release, which is why I added "if you can find it." It's no longer being manufactured. You can find Wii releases of both Prime and Echoes (and obviously Corruption, since it was originally a Wii title anyway) if I recall correctly, but they have to be bought separately at full price for each.
It might be cheaper to buy the original Metroid Prime on the GameCube, shell out a little extra for a GameCube controller if you don't have one, and see how you like the first game before you spend a lot of money on the whole trilogy.
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Subject: Re: Goldeneye 007 Wed Dec 01, 2010 5:23 pm
Thanks dude, thats definitely good info right there! Yeah, thats what Ill prolly do, since I really cant get a hang on the Wii controller!