Wii Cyberbike, Cycling Sports.

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Oct 13, 2009

Wii Cyberbike, Cycling Sports. by luke_c at 5:33 PM (4,576 Views / 0 Likes) 45 replies

  1. luke_c
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    These sort of stuff are going to become as bad as shovelware soon. I mean, what next? Wii cyberbation?
     
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    From what i'v seen it looks alright, i may "Persuade" my Mum to get this so i can use it [​IMG]
     
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    I'm not exactly the most health concious of people and I'm one of those people that thinks gaming should be done sat down with a d-pad. But if people keep buying this stuff then someone must enjoy it, and who am I to say they're wrong.
     
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    This'll be the same as Wii Fit, i'll play it because it's fun, not because it keeps me healthy, i have the gym for that!
     
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    I'll need a backhoe to bury the Wii Cyberbike and possibly any other shovelware feature Nintendo makes since they are getting larger.
     
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    Nintendo arn't making this, "Bigben" is.
     
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    mario kart compatible?(think how are we going to make tricks->excitebike
     
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    Lol, this^

    Sounds kinda fun to me!
     
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    The Mario Kart compatibility seems a bit dumb to me, noone wants to peddle for ages while racing in Karts, it defeats the objective.
     
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    Ugh, yeah. That would get annoying. Unless you really want to strengthen your muscles to the max.
     
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    I can see a lot of injuries caused by powersliding [​IMG]
     
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    Nah, you can't actually steer it XD
     
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    This just taking shovelware to a whole new level >.>
     
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    interesting idea but the idea tht the equipment is always white is something that i think should change
     
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    God that looks stupid! (The game that is)
    Never gonna buy it, and I doubt it will ever be a succes like the Wii Balance Board.
     
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    I thought it looked alright [​IMG]
     
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    First I thought it was some sorta remake of the Namco arcade game Cyber Cycles.
    Then I look at it and its just some dumb game thing, but it would have been awesome if it was a remake of the old Namco arcade game Prop Cycle. Which was a fun game that featured a pedal bike setup requiring the player to peddle faster to go up and less to go down.

    I'd probably pick up the stupid bike controller just so I could use it in MAME.

    Though I bet the price is overpriced shovel ware.

    Would be nice if it worked with mario kart xD

    As for new types of shovel ware, I'm still waiting for the virtual beer drinking hat game and old cartridge game simulator.
     
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    It's called buying a workout bike, people. Nintendo, are you trying to take all outdoor activities and confine them to the indoors?

    Seriously, Nintendo needs to STOP making ridiculous add-ons. The Nunchuck, seemed standard. The balance board, alright. The WM+, welcome. But when they started patenting fucking horseback riding peripherals and now this Retard-o-Cycle, I think that's enough.
     

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