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Author:  Darth_Rob [ Thu May 17, 2007 8:57 am ]
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Well, the Wii is gone. Rather than having to go on ebay, my friend had a friend who was willing to pay $310 for it, so I agreed. So I ended up losing $40 in the end, but its all good.

Author:  DarthTofu [ Sun May 20, 2007 8:38 pm ]
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So I finally got to try out one of the damn things today. I did alright for a first-timer, but in all reality it takes more skill than I had for a first try against brutal opponents.

I didn't care for it terribly, but it was alright. Not worth paying $300 for, in my opinion.

Author:  Evaders99 [ Sun May 20, 2007 10:05 pm ]
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Yea I thought those little minigames were kinda cheesy.. but what do you expect from Japan? :)

Better, I would recommend Wii Sports as the multiplayer party game. It is a great use of the motion sensors and controllers.
For the single player, I truly recommend Zelda: Twilight Princess. It is dark ... with great artistic direction and plot. It really does justice to Ocarina of Time.

Author:  Darth_Rob [ Mon May 21, 2007 7:07 am ]
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I'll be snagging a few games on tomorrow, and Zelda is on top of the list. Apparently, my friend put 25 hours into it, and according to another friend who beat it, he says that the spot hes at is almost halfway through.

Author:  Mad78 [ Mon May 21, 2007 11:06 am ]
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Have you got a GC controller to go with it? Because if you do i would recommend snagging Rogue Leader and Rebel Strike! :wink:

Author:  Darth_Rob [ Mon May 21, 2007 11:23 pm ]
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Oh, thats the plan. My friend gets sweet hookups at his job, and can snag wireless Gamecube controllers for $10. So I plan on going with him tomorrow and picking up 2 controllers and a memory card, and then I can start snagging cheaper Gamecube games.

On a side note, wasn't there a FPS developed for the Gamecube where you played as a squad of clone troopers, or was that for the Xbox or PC. Im too lazy to look it up.

Author:  budious [ Tue May 22, 2007 12:35 am ]
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I believe you are talking of Republic Commandos which is squad based FPS but I do not know if there is a DS port.

Author:  Mad78 [ Tue May 22, 2007 4:11 am ]
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No there wasn't a GC port. But I think there was a XBox one. If you intend playing two plyered games then you should need to know that included in Rebel Strike is the Co-op version of Rogue Leader. :wink:

Author:  Darth_Rob [ Wed May 30, 2007 12:07 pm ]
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I snagged Mario Party 8 and Mortal Kombat: Armageddon yesterday. Mario Party is a ton of fun. Its pretty much a board game for up to 4 players, where you run around collecting coins and playing mini-games (sort of like WarioWare, but longer and a bit more in-depth). Mortal Kombat is interesting with the Wiimote. All the special moves (Sub Zeros freeze, Scorpions spear, etc) are all done by jerking the Wiimote in a particular direction. For example, with Sub Zero (my favorite Kombatant), you would move the Wiimote in the shape of a "U", going from right to left for the freeze blast, or left to right for the ice clone. The only thing that takes getting used to is that punches and kicks are delivered using the directional, so its a bit odd at first. But both games are lots of fun!

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OMG Mortal Kombat is uber cool!!! You have the ability to create your own fighter, and you can assign him all sorts of moves, and customize him and crud! I got this bad ass guy with an eyepatch and spiked shoulder pads (think the Shredder from TMNT). Its pretty sweet. I cant wait to kick my friends ass with my new dude.

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