The day before yesterday, I saw a couple of Wiis behind the counter in one store's games department. But of course I didn't have enough money until today, so I couldn't buy one and I don't think they would have taken reservations either. So anyway, today I went back there and the Wiis had disappeared nicely.
Dont download any of the NES sports games. Ice hockey wasnt worth 10 dollars when it was 50. Fun game, sure. But limited. Same for Donkey Kong. DK doesnt even have a fourth level.
PS. Sorry to hear you havent found your Wii yet. I've had mine since launch day, and once you have yours in hand, it seems easy to find them. Oddly enough, the Meijer store in Muskegon had two 60 gig PS3's on the shelf, and the Toys R Us had a wii just sitting there.
Post by Maidpool w/ Cleaning Action on Dec 29, 2006 22:16:17 GMT -5
Contra, Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past (if it's only the 1st one you downloaded), Megaman III, Punch-Out (haha Slim got it in while I was typing), Ninja Gaiden, Metroid & Super Metriod... if you like RPG's I'd suggest Chrono Trigger and and Final Fantasy.
Anyway, I have all these games and more for the original systems. I'll go through my collection to remind me what I have and make some more suggestions later.
Post by FroYo Room Temperature on Dec 30, 2006 13:22:24 GMT -5
Bonk's Adventure or any of the turbogfx's shooters. So far all I've downloaded is the TGX's games becase I've never played them.
Wii related story that doesn't deserve its own topic. Playing Wii bowling with my brother and I try to put major spin on my ball than rather the little to the left little to no spin. So I get 6 strikes in a row and than my brother is whining that I looked on line for a strategy rather than find my own. Which is bull plop by the way. So he than restarts the game after I'm doing so well and I just quit playing than because he is a bitch like that.
Its sad what I didn't want to happened wasn't what happened
Okay, I'm pissed now. Excerpt from Revogamers' interview with Nintendo of Europe's Ernesto Fernandez-Maquieira:
"RG: One question about the Virtual Console: Many readers put hope in the Virtual Console to enjoy the classics that didn’t make it to the European Market such as Mario RPG for SNES. Is there any hope?
EF: We will see only games that were released in Europe in the past for the Virtual Console, and they will come in the same original languages that they were released."
That's right, let's STILL not give European players any of the old classics that were previously unreleased outside of Japan and the US! That decision truly makes sense in every way possible! Thanks, Nintendo!