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    Hi all, new to the forums and would appreciate some game advice. I'm (FINALLY) probably going to be getting my (free!) Wii soon, and I get two games with it, so I'm really trying to figure out which two I want to get. I'm basically a very casual gamer, so I know everyone absolutely loves Zelda, but I wasn't really considering it. I like party-type games, had been really trying to pick two out of the following three - WarioWares, Rayman's Raving Rabbids, or Mario Party 8 - and was having enough difficulty doing that (Cooking Mama's Cook Off also looks pretty sweet), but now I've been hearing that maybe I should just get one of those minigame-type games and get another game that also has more of a single-player story and minigames, such as Super Monkey Ball or Sonic. I always did love Sonic on Sega, so that might be alright, and I had heard some advice that Rayman or Mario Party might be the better of those three. But I've also heard good things about the Trauma Center game.

    So anyway, I know that's not very coherent, but any advice people might be able to give me would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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    lol dnt get sonic if you really liked the sega ones, not so good lol, wariowares is a good party gamer as is wiiplay and wii sports, id say mario party 8 would be good though i dont know

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    ssx blur


    Mario strikers charged thing is... 154721 335104

    Now what do i do??

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    lol....like the 10 topic in two days on this.

    Anyways.... I'd recommend ssx blur, strikers seems poopular, or just save your cash.
    Last edited by Brawny; 06-04-2007 at 06:46 AM.

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    don't buy tiger woods.....


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    Welcome to wiichat and enjoy your stay.
    If you are from the UK, then I personally suggest Mario Strikers Charged for its online functionality.

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    As far as I know and in my opinion, WarioWares, Rayman's Raving Rabbids and Mario Party 8 are all solid choices in terms of a mini-games game. It's really up to you. As for SSX Blur, the learning curve is steep and the controls take patience to master but is very rewarding once you've got a hang of the controls.

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    really? I picked them up pretty fast when I rented with some friends.

    I think it's the embarrassment factor you gotta get over. Note: when you buy the wii, you better not be too uptight to look like an ass while playing it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brawny
    really? I picked them up pretty fast when I rented with some friends.

    I think it's the embarrassment factor you gotta get over. Note: when you buy the wii, you better not be too uptight to look like an ass while playing it
    Agree.... Also ssx blur you feel like your doing something REALLY differn't just by steering with your wrist.... when you get the hang of it you'll be hooked.


    Mario strikers charged thing is... 154721 335104

    Now what do i do??

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