Great Wii day Today!!!

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by soapstar, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. soapstar
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    soapstar Advanced Member

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    Nitrobike-USA-WII [NTSC-US/Racing/Action/2008]
    C.S.I.Hard.Evidence-USA-WII [NTSC-US/action/2008]
    Samurai Warriors Katana-USA-WII [NTSC-US/Action/2008]

    Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros Treasure-EUR [PAL/Adventure/2008]
     
  2. hamchan

    hamchan Advanced Member

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    Anyone played Samurai Warriors yet?
     
  3. EddyB

    EddyB GBAtemp Regular

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    I wonder what takes Nitrobike this long, should be released 2 days ago. I had high expectations for it but after reading some reviews.....
     
  4. soapstar
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    soapstar Advanced Member

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    Nitrobike is released today, just a few minutes ago.
    All of the above games have just been released [​IMG]
     
  5. iori-kyo-k

    iori-kyo-k GBAtemp Fan

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    Band Of The Hawks
    I tried the JAP version for a few hours, and it's kinda boring in fact. Slash, slash, slash all the way long.

    Gonna finish it once and never play it again..
     
  6. berlinka

    berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    I watched a video from Samurai Warriors Katana and I must say it looks quite fun. Off course it's quite straight forward wiimote swinging. But hey, when they release a beat em up, everybody thinks it's fun button bashing, but with the Wii they're not allowed to make it fun Wiimote swinging!?!?

    I love this sort of game. I hope it will work on my Pal Wii...
     
  7. elomaniak

    elomaniak GBAtemp Regular

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    i hope samurai warriors works on my pal console
     
  8. Redsquirrel

    Redsquirrel GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    I heard nitrobike isnt very good... is that true?
     
  9. hollabackitsobi

    hollabackitsobi GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    NONE of them look good. Meh, Wii's game library is a joke.
     
  10. mackem

    mackem GBAtemp Regular

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    Nintendo Power
    The makers of Excitebike 64 return to the motocross circuit with a disappointing wreck of a Wii game. 35% [Feb 2008, p.89]

    Nintendo Power also said 'Samurai Warriors: Katana is fun, and makes good use of the Wii's motion controls without being tiring. [Jan 2008, p.87]' when everyone else panned it.

    http://www.metacritic.com/games/platforms/...urai%20Warriors

    neither look good, lets hope the online is semi playable. And I must be the only person in the world that didn't like zack and wiki.
     
  11. andreq

    andreq GBAtemp Regular

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    Yep...
     
  12. soapstar
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    soapstar Advanced Member

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    I don't agree with you.
    Zack and Wiki is a great puzzle/adventure game.

    Did you like the following classics:

    Monkey Island series
    Grim Fandango
    Maniac Mansion

    If not, then you prolly wil not like Zack & Wiki
     
  13. Railgun

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    i posted CSI and Nitrobike now [​IMG]
     
  14. TaMs

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    doesn't look good to me. zack & wiki was ok but i don't like those kinds of games heh
     
  15. grant666uk

    grant666uk Advanced Member

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    I have never seen the CSI tv show but I could do with a game thats not racing or platform for the Wii so it might be ok for a change. Mmmm As long as it works on pal. [​IMG]
     
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