SMG official v. SMG demo

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by bluetieman, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. bluetieman
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    Seems that the the tone in some posts is that the demo version of SMG will possibly be different that the official release. Anybody know how so if this is true?
     
  2. topboy

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    Its different because the demo is just a demo and the game is the whole thing. O.o
     
  3. MrKuenning

    MrKuenning GBAtemp Regular

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    are you refering to the fact that the dumped game we currently have is the store demo version? Cause I dont think they game can be any more real than it currently is.
     
  4. Biduleman

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    If I believe gamefaqs, the demo version only had a few level because if you presse 1+2 when it ask for A + B, you get new levels.

    So I'm positive that we got the whole game.
     
  5. Social0

    Social0 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Of course it's the full game. It can't be anymore retail than that
     
  6. Hooya

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    The Demo version IS the retail version. There isn't a difference. The difference is in the Wii that the demo is played on in the kiosks, which limits time for play if that feature is active.
     
  7. legendofphil

    legendofphil Phil no Densetsu

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    It must be nice to have Wii Kiosks or even working DS ones.
     
  8. Hooya

    Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    Even Wal*Mart here has a DS kiosk. Of course, both screens look like someone scribbled on them with a pen (complete with ink) on most of them, but they work. In terms of Wii kiosks, there's only one shop in my area that I know that has one, and that's a Gamestop/EB Games (can't remember which one, not that it matters).
     
  9. legendofphil

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    Here only Game has the DS Kiosks (two of them) but they are never on but are in great condition.
    The closest we got to a Wii Kiosk was two reps hired by Nintendo to stand with it for a week and let people have a quick go on Wii Sports, that was last Xmas when you had no chance of actually buying one.