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OK, Their needed to be a Game Review and Rating Thread.

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by Arauna, Apr 9, 2007.

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  1. Arauna

    Arauna WiiChat Member

    Apr 7, 2007
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    Ok, now that I have the first Page Work will Begin! If you want to help feel free to post a review of your own. I will probably try to do one a day, more to start off with. Wii games only please. Thread created because people ask how is this game or that game. And they should be able to have actual peoples opinions, not someone paid in a magazine, that could be bias one way or another. Not saying normal joe smo is any better, but just might add a little light.


    Game of the Day: Rayman Raving Rabbits

    Wii Games

    Rayman Raving Rabbits

    Rating: 7 of 10. Second Opinion: None Yet.

    Pros: The game is full of a ton of Mini Games. Most of the games are fun, and the dancing game is oddly addictive. The game is great to add to a collection of games like Wario Wares, but if your into something a little less childish this game might not be for you.

    Cons: It is suppose to 1-4 players, but sadly staring off it is not. First you must run though and unlock the mini games. Most of the games are fun, but if you really just want to get it put it in and play with friends you have a good few hours ahead of you before you would even want to consider it.

    ScreenShots: http://media.wii.ign.com/media/821/821585/imgs_1.html


    Wii Sports

    Rating: 9 of 10.
    - Sub Rating. Boxing 10, Tennis 6, Golf 8, Baseball 6, Bowling 9

    Pros: Boxing and Bowling in this game are great. Tennis is a little lack luster, but it can still be enjoyable with 4 players. Boxing plays pretty much as expected. You are able to throw a variety of punches, and the fun really begins with you throw it into multiplayer mode. Bowling, also shines most in multiplayer mode, with the ability to adjust angle and standing position. Wii remote fully responsive to way the remote it brought up, and the speed of the remote during throw. Golf, takes a little getting use to. It isn't to hard getting driving down, but be careful when switching clubs, you will need to test the power of your shot before every swing to start with. Baseball was a little disappointing. You either hit or pitch the ball. No running or catching is involved. There are 4 different types of pitches, and bating you can adjust your angle of how you hold the bat. Tennis, run is pretty much automatic, and all you do is swing to hit the ball. You are able to select right or left handed for all of the titles. In all of the titles they really show what the Wii can do in the future and what can be expanded upon.

    Cons: They could have done more with Tennis and Baseball. They left quite a bit to be desired.


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    Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen 4

    Rating: 10 of 10

    Pros: Truly a classic, this game has so many beautiful features that are brought back from previous games. They added a Marvel Vs Capcom Style 3v3 fighting match. Where you play as one character and have the ability to switch between them. Every group has a generic special that it can do when all characters have a full special bar. Characters on your bench gain chakra slowly. Special groups of 3 people have unique combination specials that can be unleashed to devastate your opponent. The game has a much better blocking system then previous games, also the dodge function has been perfected. Modes in this game include Shadow Clone Fighter, Story Mode, Arcade Mode, Training Mode, Survival Mode, Mission Mode, Time Attacks, Co-Op Mode, and Vs. Shadow Clones mode is much like Survival except you fight a single enemy, money and food drop during the fight, the number of enemy's at once slowly build up until you are defeated. Mission Mode is where most of the unlocks come from. You unlock a new character every 5 missions you complete, and there are a ton of missions to go around. All the characters are pretty well balanced.

    Cons: Getting missions is a pain in the butt, you have to back in and out of the main menu to get Sakura to give you a new one. So this can be pain staking at time when your trying to get a particular mission to unlock one of the final characters. Completion of missions would have been a better way to award them.

    Screen Shots: http://www.play-asia.com/paOS-13-71-48-49-en-15-Naruto-70-ui0.html

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    So, what do you think?

    Bad Idea!

    Worth it?

    Everyone needs somethign like this


    You know


    Tony the Tiger

    First page

    Done yet?

    Darn how many per page


    Think thats enough?

    Today game?

    Tomorrows Game?

    Trying to get the first page







    Come on
  2. Prez

    Prez Señor Prez

    Nov 22, 2006
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    Listen to your fellow members and do not double post (or in this case, whatever 30-posting is called).
    There is an edit button if you wish to add something to your posts.
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