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    Anyone try WarioWare yet?

    I just bought it but I am in the office for a few more hours...

    ...oh wait, I think .. cough, cough... I'm coming down with something....

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    Lol,

    Yes go home early and play all night =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatal View Post
    Lol,

    Yes go home early and play all night =)
    Didn't get a chance to play Wario last night... got busy and busy tonight. We have a Friday Family Wii night scheduled, so I will know more then.

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    aw bringing families together, just like the commercials
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    haha - yeah the big N did their homeowrk as far as features and and advertising geared towrds families. My wife hates "video games" but is open to the idea of the Wii. Plus the parental controls and usage data is a huge benefit for parents trying to moderate what their kids are doing.

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    We just got the game in at work, now all i have to do is wait 22 days to play it! countdown begins.
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    Ca

    Well, we played Wario a bit. It's decent. Most of the mini games seem to work no mater what you do with the remote. It's fun with a bunch of people, the single player is just OK. It mainly serves as a way to tach you how to play.

    My son had friends over last night and they played Wario and Wii sports about equally. I find if I am playing by myself, I will reach for Wii sports.

    Not sure about my next game purchase... thinking maybe Trauma Center or Excite Truck... maybe Rayman?

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    Raymans fun with a bunch of people, same idea mini-games but they last longer.

    Excite truck was a really cool racing game with neat things but i found it was short and the lack of real customization with the trucks reduces the length and enjoyment of the game. Trauma Center was cool but it was repedative and you have to have very still hands for the more experienced operations
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    Warioware's "microgames" might be too small for me to enjoy. I'll have to try it for myself to see if I want to buy it.

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    Yes, the more I play it, the more I find the game a little unsatisfying actually. It's fun to show people what the Wii can do - but it seems like if you just shake the remote enough, you'll pass the mini games.

    I actually find myself hoping that Nintendo comes out with a game that has really tight controls. Seems most of the time in boxing the power punches are pretty random, or you need to repeat the motion a couple times to get the right punch in. The other sports games are also very simplistic and will get old quick after the novelty wears off.

    Also, with Zelda, I was expecting more for some reason. I found it really played like the control system was tacked on after the game development was done. Can't wait for the next one that is developped exclusively for the Wii.

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