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  1. Game of the Year Kid Icarus: Uprising The Last Story Pandora's Tower Resident Evil: Revelations La Mulana The Crimson Shroud EscapeVektor Best 3DS Game Kid Icarus: Uprising Resident Evil: Revelations The Crimson Shroud EscapeVektor Best Download-only Game La Mulana The Crimson Shroud EscapeVektor
  2. Maybe someone should remake Deus Ex: Invisible War while they are at it.
  3. I must admit I did struggle with the inertia of the camera control until I realised you could stop on the spot by tapping the screen again ("like spinning a globe" as the game put it, should have been paying attention). I have no real trouble supporting the 3DS with the palm of my right hand as i use the stylus. Then again, played a lot of Metroid Prime Hunters. Lovely game by the way.
  4. I never got on with the 2d Mario games with the exception of Yoshi's Island. Mario is Mario 64 to me. I am far more into the exploratory nature of the 3D Mario games than the assault course styled 2d ones. I loved 3d Land and the Galaxies immensely, but I am still waiting for that true spiritual successor to Mario 64.
  5. You can always tape some weights to it if it isn't heavy enough for you.
  6. I'd give this series a second chance if they actually made some attempt to explore the potential of the series's human vs nature theme. Perhaps they could explore the impact the hunters have on the ecosystem rather than pretending you can just kill and take as much as you like without there being any sort of repercussion. As it is, I gave up playing Tri because it felt too much like a twisted fantasy big game safari, and that isn't a concept I can get behind.
  7. I'm replaying Metroid Prime 2 as part of the trilogy on the Wii. The soundtracks to those games somehow manages to swing between amazing and awful. Here are a couple of "standouts" from Echoes...
  8. Believe it or not, but COD already exists on the Wii I have MW3 and it controls beautifully already with the existing Wii remote and nunchuck, runs smoothly and looks serviceable enough. If anything it would be great to finally play games like this using the Wii remote on the Wii U without visual compromise.
  9. A bit late maybe but I bought my red 3DS back in february. Since then I've acquired Mario 3D land, MGS 3D, Resident Evil Revelations and Kid Icarus, love them all, though while I'm fine with the controls in KI I find the multiplayer to be completely insane as well.
  10. I owned and really enjoyed Conduit 2 on the Wii. As an FPS it was like a poor mans Halo crossed with elements of the original Perfect Dark. It had some interesting weaponry, pleasingly colourful artistic direction and the ability to play with Wii pointer controls which counts for a great deal in my book. it was also clearly unfinished and couldn't cope with more than 8 people in multiplayer without turning into a laggy buggy shambles. I played about 300 hours of multiplayer before moving on the Modern Warfare 3 on the Wii, which was a far more technically solid and populated game, but I still miss the colourful sci-fi cheesiness of Conduit and the joy of shooting people through cover on the other side of the made with the phase rifle, a spiritual successor to Perfect Darks farsight.
  11. I put about 150 hours into this but ultimately stopped playing it as my heart just wasn't into killing creatures for sport
  12. Mines arrived as well, and I won't be playing it either until I have finished Skyward Sword (on the final boss just now). Wish me luck!
  13. I found this comment in the erurogamer review comments thread: Made me laugh as personally that sounds exactly like what I am looking for. I've given up on Xenoblade after 75 hours and can't be sure I'll ever finish it. managable RPGs FTW!
  14. Another strategy: EMP grenade > unload in face > reload weapon repeat until dead. There are EMP grenades and mines stashed in the lockers at the perimeter of the room.
  15. How did you cope with Barrett? Really surprised you don't pack a taser. It's the single most useful weapon in the entire game.
  16. She really doesn't like it when she's tasered...
  17. Do you have a stun gun and exploding rounds for the revolver? Also, what kind of grenades are you carrying?
  18. While that is her opinion and I'm not going to say its entirely wrong, the way she dismisses an entire subset of gaming and anyone who participates in it is especially irksome in an article thats supposed to attempt to counter other's dismissal of gaming as a whole.
  19. Er, Okay, can't say I let it bother me if that is really the case as about 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% of my time with the game was spent on the harp sections
  20. I have to say that this has possibly the best player character animation and control I have ever experienced in a game. Link is incredibly expressive and responsive with neither coming at the expense of the other. One thing Nintendo games nearly always get right is making the simplest moment to moment interactions a joy in and of themselves and this game just epitomises that. The motion control bringing it all to a whole new level.
  21. For what its worth, I grabbed myself a copy of Tri over christmas. Just water-shotted barroth to death this morning after procrastinating over just how I was ging to kill the big fuck solo for what must have been about 8 hours. Felt awesome
  22. You can't have the quality of design of a Zelda game in a game world as large and open as Skyrim. It's just not feasible. Zelda games are puzzle orientated adventure games at heart. They are not RPGs and shouldn't be compared as such.
  23. In my case Xenoblade and Skyward Sword. I'm about 75% through the former so really should see it through to the end, and the latter being a Zelda game I don't actually want to finish and ration my time with it so as not to blow through it too quickly. I'm at the lead up to the final boss and really should finish it off but Modern Warfare 3 and Monster Hunter Tri are now getting in the way
  24. Game of the Year Deus Ex: Human Revolution Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Xenoblade Chronicles Most Wanted Game of 2012 The Last Story Hall of Shame People who are too shit to cope with the controls in Skyward Sword and constantly blame the game and the Wii for their impatience and incompetence Games industry working practices and conditions continuing to throw up nightmare after horror story for the people who who work unreasonably hard to make the games we love Best Technical Achievement Skyward Sword, brilliant controls and animation make this a complete joy to play Modern Warfare 3 Wii version, has no right to exist but it does and looks and plays perfectly fine to boot Best Online Experience Modern Warfare 3 Best 3DS Game Best NDS Game Solatorobo: Red the Hunter Best Mobile Game Best PC Game Deus Ex: Human Revolution Best PS3 Game Best PSP Game Best Xbox 360 Game Best Wii Game Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Xenoblade Chronicles Modern Warfare 3 Conduit 2 (don't laugh) escapeVektor Best Download-only Game escapeVektor
  25. I always went around with my energy on the last cell and only used an energy bar immediately before using an augmentation combo, e.g, cloaking up to a pair of guards before bashing both of their heads together. Also the upgrade that boosts your energy recharge rate is an absolute must. Especially if you like using the cloak.
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