WiiWare #0671 - Pearl Harbor Trilogy - 1941: Red Sun Rising (Europe)

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  1. Chanser
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    ^^wiirelease-4296^^
     
  2. widiot

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    any idea what IOS im missing,just reboots my wii when I try it
     
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    I suggest you go buy the game, my team and I worked damn hard on it:P
     
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    Member berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    Yeah me too!! I brought all the guys coffee.... so don't you dare stealing this!
     
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    I suggest you bring me some next time:P

    If you don't believe I worked on the game, go look on Nintendo Life's forum for the guy with the Pearl Harbor avatar, that's me. You'll also see me on NintendoWorldReport interviewed etc etc.

    Milk and two please.
     
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    Ah its out, was looking at this some time ago, looks awesome both graphicaly and gameplaywise, read the review on nintendolife and i do think this is one of the games that are worthy of my hard earned Wiipoints [​IMG]

    And i am all for supporting any developer that makes good games, thats why i always buy games that i have "demoed", except Wiiware-titles that i never download illegaly.

    @xergal: I hope the game sells well so we will see many more games from you guys!
     
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    Kind words, thank you. As part of a really small indie development team, it's really hard sometimes financially. We put a hell of alot of work into Pearl in terms of graphics, controls and gameplay and I like to think that it shows! We've had nothing but positive feedback from fans and press alike, so all going well it'll sell very well!
     
  8. berlinka

    Member berlinka You have sustained a lethal injury.

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    Congrats mate. If you give me your adress I'll send you a thermos flask full of coffee. [​IMG]
     
  9. soulx

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    The game is disappointing at most.
    I hated the controls. They're too sensitive. I lowered the sensitivity in the menu and it was still too sensitive. The game would be great if it weren't for the controls. Controls can make or break a game.

    The graphics and the gameplay are still great. Just to let you know, I bought this game. [​IMG]
     
  10. xergal

    Newcomer xergal Advanced Member

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    What method did you opt for? I found myself using the Wii mote on its own to be the most effective for me personally.
     
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    Member soulx GBAtemp Legend

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    I used the Wiimote and Nunchuk.
    I'll try using it with only the Wiimote.

    I tried it with the Classic Controller and it's much better that way! I can actually control the plane properly. This is a great game!
     
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    Thank you. If sales are high enough we'll go for Ep2:)

    This is what I love concerning feedback on Ep1, everyone has a different opinion on the control scheme that suits their tastes best.
     

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