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Discussion in 'Virtual Console, WiiWare and DSIWare' started by Konoha, Sep 30, 2007.

  1. Konoha

    Konoha Return of the Hustle

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    ...After I download Ocarina of Time, so what should I buy with the remaining 1000? I was thinking maybe Super Mario World or Kirby Adventure, plus another NES game or another N64 game.
     
  2. Niwa

    Niwa WiiChat Member

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    Get Paper Mario. I assure you that you won't be dissapointed. =)
     
  3. wiiman44

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    yoshi story! sweet game

    or mario kart or super mario 64 both great
     
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    I second that.
     
  5. Niwa

    Niwa WiiChat Member

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    Yoshi's Story? No. Please no. It was alright back in the days of the Playstation One and Nintendo 64, but sure as hell isn't worth $10 now. You can beat it so quickly and it doesn't have much replay value. IGN gave it a six. Paper Mario, apart from being rated one of the all-time classics, got a nine on IGN has replay value (well, for me, I beat it three or four times back when it was out for the N64, then downloaded it for the VC and it still felt like a great game). I mean, Yoshi's Story is alright, but I'm sure you'll get more play value out of the first Legend of Zelda.

    The problem with Nintendo 64 games is that they cost $10 (I don't know about you, but I try to conserve money when I can) and take up nearly 300 memory blocks. I know you can re-download the games, but then you would have to delete others that you have and that's always a pain. With Super Mario 64, it's a great game, but it's out on the Nitendo 64, has a much better version out for the DS, and now the Virtual Console. I love the game, but already have two copies of it, so...I'd rather save the money/points too.

    So yeah, get Paper Mario. Great game. One of my personal all-time favorites t.

    Be sure to tell us which one(s) you get. ^_^
     
  6. laderer5

    laderer5 Wii > Xbox360 +PS3

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    save it for super smahs bros 64
     
  7. Niwa

    Niwa WiiChat Member

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    Which we don't even know will come out. Yeah... Could be tomorrow, could be never.

    (Hopefully tomorrow though ^_^)
     
  8. Kingston

    Kingston Mohh2 Name: TheHater

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    Paper maro or super Metroid
     
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    I second that...Paper Mario or Super Metroid...The ability to play all the Councle Ver of Metriod on system...way cool.

    Game on
     
  10. Jimmer1720

    Jimmer1720 Awating Headset Support

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    P..A..P..E..R..M..A..R..I..O................and I haven't looked back =D
     

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