Wii #0626 - Opoona (USA)

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Mar 29, 2008

Wii #0626 - Opoona (USA) by Tempbot at 2:28 PM (14,638 Views / 0 Likes) 92 replies

  1. Tempbot
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  2. Bob Evil

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    Really like the look of this game, and as there's no UK release date yet, I just ordered the US version online, today [​IMG]
     
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    I saw this at my Gamestop quite a few days ago. Thought to myself, "WTF is this?"
     
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    It's basically Animal Crossing meets Harvest Moon ... kinda.

    You are stranded on a planet, after getting separated from your family ... you need to find them, but you have no money, or means to travel to other worlds.

    So, you get a job ... do favours for people ... hunt, collect, trade, etc ... to make money, to get travel licences.

    It's like Animal Crossing, but with combat, and more things to do.

    Very social ... lots of interacting to be done, and which can make different things happen.


    Oh yeah, and you only control your character using the Nunchuk ... that's right, you plug the Nunchuk into the Wiimote, and then set the Wiimote down ... this entire game is controlled using a stick and two buttons, as well as flicking the Nunchuk for certain tasks, such as throwing.
     
  5. pilotwangs

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    YES!

    This is great
     
  6. Magus

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    i remember reading on the wiki that this game had graphical glitch if played on 50hz mode... do you think those glitch are still going to be there? if yes,is there any way to fix it with those tool we got?
     
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    A Wii RPG!

    The graphics are kinda weird.. not ugly, but.. too simple.. looks like a LEGO game [​IMG]

    Here's a trailer:


    Oh yeah.. and the game can be played only with the nunchuck! No idea on how this works..
     
  8. Bob Evil

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    You walk with the stick.

    You scroll through menus with the stick.

    The c is positive, and the Z is negative ... or accept or decline, if you prefer.

    Flicking the Nunchuk is throw, and also attack.

    Button and movement combinations allow other actions.
     
  9. jalaneme

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    i think i am going to give this a miss, koei are known for the dynasty warriors series and those games are repetitive and dull, there is no hope for this game...
     
  10. Bob Evil

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    Another sweeping statement ...
     
  11. Rulza

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    Apparently, this game contains a system update...
     
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    cool...looking forward to this one
     
  13. Bob Evil

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    Same update as Brawl, I have heard.
     
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    Koei did help bring the original Disgaea to Europe, as neither Atlus or NIS have a European division.
     
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    Please keep us informed on other games you're not going to play, your comments are always so insightful.
     
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    I though that this was already out. Whatever, I don't think this is worth of downloading. Maybe worth of buying though. [Don't even ask how that makes any sense at all]
     
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    Heh, haven't played my Wii in a while - but I'll definitely try out this game when I do decide to plug 'er up.

    Screenshots

    More Screenshots
     
  18. Bob Evil

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    I laughed ... seriously.

    Not just a fake LOL, but a genuine laugh.
     
  19. xiaNaix

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    How about actually playing the game first? Generally that is a major requirement before giving your opinion on something.
     
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    Doesn't look great. But with the lack of RPGs on Wii... It's likely the best one on disc, as opposed to VC. [​IMG]
     

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