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    Games for Grown-ups?

    Can anyone recommend Wii games that don't use graphics that look like they're designed for small children? I'm looking for games that adults over the age of 40 wouldn't feel stupid playing. I'm not talking about "adult" porno games.

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    Metroid Prime 3
    Godfather
    Scarface
    EA sports games
    SSX Blur
    Twilight Princess
    Call of Duty
    Medal of Honour
    Driver
    Need for Speed


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    No fast paced or memory based games I presume?
    Call of Duty = perfect
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    Red Steel and CoD are so boring...


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    Leslie - you might like Big Brain Academy, which, though drawn in childish-looking graphics, is actually a fun game for adults to play, and is the best Wii party game I've seen so far (other than tennis and bowling, of course). Twilight Princess is also a great game, none too childish at all.

    I just opened up Resident Evil 4 yesterday (based on stellar reviews here and elsewhere) and though it seems ok in terms of game play, graphics and story line, I'm not enjoying all the blood and gore whatsoever. I can see that it might be fun to just start a game once in a while to take out your life's frustrations on the unwitting zombies, but, at this moment I'm leaning towards playing it a few more times and then thinking seriously about trading it in for something else. Tiger Woods' new game, maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkstudios
    Leslie - you might like Big Brain Academy, which, though drawn in childish-looking graphics, is actually a fun game for adults to play, and is the best Wii party game I've seen so far (other than tennis and bowling, of course). Twilight Princess is also a great game, none too childish at all.

    I just opened up Resident Evil 4 yesterday (based on stellar reviews here and elsewhere) and though it seems ok in terms of game play, graphics and story line, I'm not enjoying all the blood and gore whatsoever. I can see that it might be fun to just start a game once in a while to take out your life's frustrations on the unwitting zombies, but, at this moment I'm leaning towards playing it a few more times and then thinking seriously about trading it in for something else. Tiger Woods' new game, maybe.
    Ya might want to read the reviews on Tiger Woods or just take it from me: IT SUCKS!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsteroids
    Metroid Prime 3
    Godfather
    Scarface
    EA sports games
    SSX Blur
    Twilight Princess
    Call of Duty
    Medal of Honour
    Driver
    Need for Speed
    Thats a good list, but I would also recommend Red Steel.

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    No fast paced or memory based games I presume?
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