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    Quote Originally Posted by thechi444
    Through my hour of research I am finding these games to be keepers:

    Trauma Center New Blood
    Zack @ Wiki
    Zelda (if that's your thing)
    Metroid Prime
    SMG
    Mario Strikers


    Most Likely these upcoming titles:

    Star Wars Force Unleashed
    Day of Disaster
    Mario Kart
    Super Smah Bros

    Here are some maybes

    No More Heroes (hearing good and bad mostly good)
    Lego Star Wars
    Medal Of Honor
    Endless Ocean (partially for the price)
    You forgot to add Monster Hunter 3 for the upcoming. Literally a game worth looking at. It's just like WoW x10, but for console. Very Epic!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thechi444
    Resident Evil Umbrella Chronicles is great for hardcore RE fans. Otherwise the game is way tooooo short and not worth $50. That is one I regret buying @ full price. There's just something really irritating when it comes to wasting money on a full price game. I may check out Mercury Meltdown Revolution, it's only $20 and sounds like a cool puzzle game. Otherwise I'm sticking to buying games like No More Heroes, Zelda and Smash Bros.

    Just my two cents....I mean $50.00
    See thats my main query about RE:UC is it really that short,? because i read a reveiw and it said that it wasnt like other on-rails shooters with its length?

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    I Might Buy Zack & Wiki. Looks Good!
    I Really Cannot Wait For Star Wars: Force Unleashed - Im Kinda A Star Wars Geek Sumtimes!
    SSBB, Mario Kart, NMH & MoH Are The Games Im Definetly Gettin!
    Can Sum1 Fill Me In And Give Me More Details On Day Of Disaster?

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    For me unless is a sports game or a multiplayer online game, the rest are no keepers.. I sell them in ebay after I beat them, so I get more money that I would ever get trading the games at a store.

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    I agree very few games are worth buying.

    I usually only buy games if they have a 90% rating across the board. I bought a couple games I regret when there weren't many games for the wii (Spiderman 3 *cries*).

    Trading games is of course a rip off, thats how they make money.

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    Monster Hunter 3 looks nice, but so far its past games have bombed on reviews.
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    I just look at how long it will take me to finish the game. I've played some absolutely great games that were renters. Trauma Center 2nd Opinion was fantastic but I was done with it after a week. I was on the last level of Zack & Wiki when it was due back at the store. I'll rent it again and finish it when I'm bored of my other games. I don't think Marvel: Ultimate Alliance is as good as either of those games but it'll take long enough to finish that I was better off buying it at Gamestop for $18 used than I would've been renting it at $7 per week.

    One thing Nintendo does pretty well with their in-house games is make them long enough to be buyers instead of renters. There's no way Zelda, Metroid, or Paper Mario are renters. It would be a lot cheaper just to buy the game.

    In my opinion, most party games are usually better as renters. Just rent it when there are people over. That way you don't get better at it than everyone else. The only exception I ever make to that rule is Bomberman. I'll always buy Bomberman.

    I know a few people who buy on eBay and sell on eBay. They usually end up losing about $10 for the couple of weeks they own the game through eBay listing costs, shipping, and PayPal credit card fees. I'm tempted to try that myself but I'm not authorizing my PayPal account until I get around to setting up a bank account that's "safe" for PayPal. I'm not letting them touch the same bank account I pay my bills through.

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