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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by stu, Oct 17, 2006.

  1. stu

    stu wii owner

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    i have preordered rayman and i am only planning on keeping 1 controller is it worth keeping this or swapping it for red steel or even wii play
     
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  2. COLDshiver

    COLDshiver Wii Owner

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    I don't quite understand what you are trying to say:

    Do you mean you plan to keep just the Wiimote and not the nunchuck? I would keep both nunchuck and wiimote and buy red steel.
     
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    I think he means;

    "Should i get Rayman, or get Red Steel or Wii Play instead."

    Well, Wii play is way too expensive if you aren't going to make use of the second controller. I would get either Red Steel or Excite truck. (they appear to be the other two good games in my opinion apart from zelda). Though if you can, wait for the reviews, get a bit more knowledge before you decide. You never know, Red Steel could turn out to be a bit of a flop, and something like 'Cars' to be brilliant (Though i doubt it :lol: )

    The summary? It's up to you.
     
  4. Flip

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    Rayman is all about mini-games, and is built for multi-player. If you don't have multiple controllers, you're wasting money.
     

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