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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by adam1111, Oct 16, 2007.
US im not sure but i think its
Yeah North America gets it on the 12th.
Time to get to this website, click on the appropriate section, make this thread, and ask the question; 2 minutes.
Time to type the exact same question into google and get the answer just by glaring at the tidbits that pop up; 5 seconds.
Thanks you for waisting forum space!
He's right. You're not even new or anything. (52 posts) You should definitely know better.
It's a Nintendo Wii forum, and the question is related.
Sorry for being stupid but is smg a Small Machine Gun? Like the zapper?
Shi.... and sorry
SMG = Super Mario Galaxy
It's November 29th for Australians if anyone was wondering.
Oh please, be honest. It's not like everyone knows that it takes 5 seconds at the most to just type it in Google and get an answer. Plus, the question has been asked a million times.
If you really wanted to know, USE THE SEARCH FUNCTION. Personally, Google is 10x quicker. But if he wanted to get the answer on this website, he could have at least searched for it (which even that is probably faster than what he did here).
hey don't be so harsh, probably he just wanted some interaction and test the overall knowledge of people about super mario galaxy :smilewinkgrin:
If I did Google "SMG" - I bet Small Machine Gun would be popping up on the first pages.....:lol:
Come on guys - dont take it so seroiusely.
If it annoys you - just dont bother.
Or even better than using Google or asking here, check Nintendo.com
He wasn't searching "SMG", he's the one who started using "SMG" in the 1st place. He was asking for the release date.
it's so close!
Well, if he had to use the search function, then that's reliant on the fact that someone else posted up the same question/answer, and I think the fault is that we'd have to use these forums for a silly question like that .
Personally I always thought it to be more efficient to just check the site of the retailer you get your games from.
Nintendo would always be more accurate, but just doing something like checking Game Stop is always so much easier than to use a discussion forum to ask...