Wii #1920 - Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep (Europe)

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  1. Chanser
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  2. Guild McCommunist

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    The Danger Zone
    One of the few Wii titles I'm looking forward to this month, considering how dead it is. The other one is Zangeki.

    I'll give it a download. Just put the first one on my HDD.
     
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    [Wii] Endless Ocean 2: Adventures of the Deep [First look 10 Minutes]



    by _Contra_
     
  5. azoreseuropa

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    Is the first one worth to play ? I dont know about this one.. Beautiful ocean and animals but what does it do ? I heard about speak technology is include but for what ? Is that necessarily too ? [​IMG]
     
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    The Danger Zone
    This is more adventure geared than the first one, which was more about roaming. This also has more features and such. WiiSpeak is for co-op online. It's not necessary, but always suggested if possible.
     
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    Its fun ?
     
  8. Guild McCommunist

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    The Danger Zone
    Depends on your definition. It's a very laid back game, kinda a relaxer. There's no stresses, no objectives, no time limits (outside of your oxygen), no points, no killing. Just easy flowing. I think relaxers work great a lot of the time, especially for gamers who play lots of balls-to-the-wall hardcore games, but I usually take a puzzle game like Tetris or Picross. Everyone has a different way to cool down.

    I played a few minutes of the first one and it's kinda fun, but it's also a very relaxing game so you won't be gripped by the ballsack by it. Just try it out. The first one is like 2 gig or so and this is around 1.8 gig (both compressed to rar files and both games already compressed beforehand, for me). If you don't like one then it's probably not your thing.

    Sorry if I didn't answer your question, it's a very personal opinion thing for games like this.
     
  9. azoreseuropa

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    Yeah, your answer is pretty good. I think I know what you mean. Thanks.
     
  10. Zane

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    Anyone know if there will be the same aswesome music, as in the first game?
     
  11. IAmTheRad

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    work on ntsc console via usbloader?
     
  12. dinofan01

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    That pretty much sums up endless ocean 2.
     
  13. berlinka

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    I hate it when games grab me by the testicles! But I'm very interested in this game!
     
  14. ibis_87

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    OHHHHH...... What a marvelous day! I'm a huge fan of the first game. It's just like the real diving- the interest is in the exploration of the strange world under the sea surface. And very realistic- or, rather, believable at that. You can zoom on pretty much everything, see every little detail and discover so many hidden places...... The graphics are strong, but rather than that, VERY detailed, every single model is so believable.
     
  15. BacoKarel

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    This game has the system menu v4.2E update on it!
     
  16. Krestent

    Krestent What to post?

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    Well, this helps a lot for those 4.1 bricks!!!
     
  17. kampang

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    Oh no! Can it be removed? [​IMG]

    I dont like updating to 4.2 ...

     
  18. elmariachi

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    I wouldn't even call it a game, it's more of an explore the oceans simulation thingy
     
  19. Satangel

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    Scrubbed version is only 1.2 GB!
    I'll wait for some reviews first, but since the game is so small, I might download it.
     
  20. ringorinfret

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    depends on which game...lara croft can grab mines any time.. ... [​IMG] omg...