Scribblenauts Unlimited for Wii U announced

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  1. FireGrey
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    Scribblenauts, the best-selling, award-winning puzzle game franchise that challenged players to imagine anything and bring it to life, is back with Scribblenauts Unlimited for the Wii U, featuring more expansive gameplay and setting no limits on how the player uses his or her imagination within the game.



    This looks like a great game and a definite pick up for the Wii U.
    The hand-drawn HD graphics make the game look amazing and a lot like the previous games.

    This game is for both Wii U and 3DS

    http://e3.nintendo.c...nauts-unlimited
     
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  2. pokefloote

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    If only there was a thread that had all of the information from each conference... with all of the games announced...
     
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  3. Ammako

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    Insta-buy.
     
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    wonder if it supports global events?

    like if i typed in "global warming"? or "zombie apocalypse"?
     
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    Can I make a heli-kitty like the one in this vid?
     
  6. chris888222

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    Going to get this for 3DS. It just looks so right in 3D and portable.
     
  7. Hadrian

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    And PC. Might grab it for PC, it'll be cheaper or might be on offer on Steam a few months after.
     
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    YES! I LOVE THESE! I just hope that 5th cell actually does the bugfixes this time, and use both consoles extra power to extend the object meter (or just make spawning too ma.y items and crashing the game a gameplay element) also its great how ypu can make your own objects too, and multiplayer. This game cant do anything other then rock.
     
  9. byronjj

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    Ahhhh! I can't to start making my very own creations to solve the games puzzles, btw any word on a release date?
     
  10. Gahars

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    That is looking really nice; higher spec machines just do wonders for 2D graphics.

    Off topic, but if the series' fans ever get out of hand, can we call them Scribble-Nazis?
     
  11. Hyro-Sama

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    If there is a hell...
     
  12. machomuu

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    This is looking to be the best entrance in the series, far exceeding it's predecessors. Huge Levels, (hopefully a much larger sandbox), quests, a story, and (best of all, what I've been waiting for since 1) the ability to create objects. I'm really psyched for this, and chances are I'll probably be getting it for the 3DS (unless the PC and Wii U have better features (or in the PC's case, mods)).
     
  13. ShadowSoldier

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    Ugh, I'm sorry, but once you played one you pretty much played them all. Then again I guess you can say that about anything...

    Anyways, this game did not interest me at all. I played the first game, got a decent chunk in, then just started getting bored. Super Scribblenauts was better, but still a letdown and pretty boring. I wonder how this one will do. As long as they make controlling maxwell actually work.