you know what's scary? My public library has all the wii games >.>. (all of them checked out, but 2 of them). They also have PSP, Ps2, Xbox, Xbox 360, and DS. No PS3 for some reason.
[QUOTE=Wii_Smurf]LMAO - How about you buy the game. If you don't like it, Take it back with the Reciept for a full refund
'It crashes on Multiplayer though Singleplayer is fine I'd like Multiplayer'
Thats my Excuse - It says the game works though not fully [/QUOTE
Over here in the US, once you open a game, you can't return it for a refund, you can only get an even exchange for it. AND THAT SUCKS!
how racist just not wanting Canadian thoughts!!!
I have the wii!!!! i know i suck at spelling!
Rep me if I did good.
Spoiler Alert!Nintendo Fanboy: 49%
Sony Fanboy: 14%
Microsoft Fanboy: 20%
This means you're: Not a fanboy
You like all the systems pretty equally, or at least don't love any of thes systesms. Good for you, you like vareiety.
I dunno, i can't really understand what he's saying. My Blockbuster has a bigger section for PSP games and PS3 games (seperate) even though they have much fewer sold. Once the wii becomes evenmore poular, they will have more games. It's like the gamecube all over again.
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SUCK IT FANBOYS
My local Blockbuster has about 20 Wii games, with 1 or 2 copies of each, nearly all the Wii Games released in Australia. I think all the games are there except Wii Sports (duh!) Wii Play, Madden 07 and that Pinball one. Thing is for $7, you can only rent it for 1 night.
Its cool because I have Wii Sports (duh!), Wii Play and Madden 07 and I'd never want to play that Pinball crap. It's also cool because my brother works there and for every shift he works, he gets a free weekly, new release or game rental.
That's not true. When I buy games I buy them at Target so that way if I don't like it I can take it back to the Target in Linden. I tell them it's defective and they tell me to get another one(has to be same game) so now I have two options:Originally Posted by bdhobbs1
1.Go to electronics and get the game and bring it back to guest service. They will give you the game unopened(atleast at the Target in Linden) and you can either keep it(if you still wanted the game and it really was defective) or return it to another Target and get full money back.
2.Tell them there are no more back there and they will give me a full refund.
My mom hates me doing this because there's only three Targets around Rahway(where I live): One ine Clark, one in Woodbridge, and one in Linden.
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how am i being racist?? =s
Lol I always do that. In woolworths they don't give a damn about your excuse all you do is ask for a refund, give them the game and your out of there with all your cash back and a demo of the gameOriginally Posted by Wii_Smurf
The very existence of flamethrowers proves that sometime, somewhere, someone said to themselves, “You know, I want to set those people over there on fire, but I’m just not close enough to get the job done.”
- George Carlin
As production increases and the systems become more easily found on store shelves, I have a feeling the rental places will be picking up extra games to keep the masses satisfied.
So far, there aren't many "masses" to rent Wii games too. More like the "select fews".