Wii #1388 - Vertigo (USA)

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Jun 18, 2009

Wii #1388 - Vertigo (USA) by Chanser at 10:19 PM (1,900 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. Chanser
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    Member Chanser :o

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    ^^wiirelease-2300^^
     
  2. ether2802

    Former Staff ether2802 we have the techno...!!

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    This game is kind of fun if you have the Wii Board, isn't..? [​IMG]

     
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    Holy shit, as if Marble Madness wasn't hard enough with the trackball, now I need the Wiimote and the Wiimat (or whatever it's called)?! Yeeesh! Whatever happened to just sitting on the couch and mashing away at the controller? [​IMG]

    ...the graphics seem familiar here, though I'd guess any of these marble-on-a-track games kinda look alike.
     
  4. Azariel_z

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    I hope Metroid M get some of these levels too... " Morph marble Acquired"
     
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    I think you can play this without the wii balance board.
    Might not be as fun though...
     
  6. Raylene2K7

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    It IS fun!
    It's like Kororinpa / Kororinpa 2 (aka: Marbles Balance Challenge, aka: Marble Saga Kororinpa)


    and of course you can play this without the Wii Balance Board
     
  7. kedest

    Member kedest GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Well it's not exactly Kororinpa.
    In Kororinpa, you control the level itself. By tilting it, the ball will move. But in this game, you actually control the ball itself directly.
     

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