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  • in reply to: Wii U #1007

    I got it!

    Woo! Happy Belated Birthday, by the way!

    I ended up getting the Mario and Luigi bundle because I couldn’t find the Mario Kart bundle

    The New Super Mario Bros. games are good fun. Multiplayer can be a little frustrating at times, what with everyone bumping into and jumping off of each other, but it’s still fun.

    and I didn’t want the custom Zelda stuff.

    Oh, yeah. Totally know what you mean. *hides his Zelda themed Wii U gamepad and 3DS* XD

    Jagger, have you tried Lego City Undercover?

    Sadly I have not. My Lego game backlog is quite long.. I’m not even sure I ever got around to finishing Lego Star Wars.

    Lego Movie also looks good.

    I don’t know about the game, but I thoroughly enjoyed the movie itself.

    in reply to: Wii U #999

    You mean Hyrule Warriors? I haven’t seen a trailer, but I saw it was coming and didn’t get what it was about. I’ll give it a watch.

    I can see how that’s a bit confusing, sorry. Hyrule Warriors (trailer) and the new Wii U Zelda (teaser/trailer) are two different games.

    So what are your thoughts on Wind Waker?

    I have not played the Wii U version yet, but I played and enjoyed the GameCube version. I prefer the Twilight Princess style of visuals, but it’s still a Zelda game and I can’t think of a Zelda game I haven’t enjoyed.

    I feel like I need to take the plunge and try it.

    Sounds like the Wind Waker HD Wii U bundle is your best bet – comes with a code to download the game. Might be harder to find with the Mario Kart 8 bundles out there now though.

    Somehow that reminded me about Donkey Kong 64, one of my all time favorites.

    It’s more like the SNES games, and I’ve not played it myself yet, but I’ve heard good things about Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (trailer).

    in reply to: Wii U #996

    Quick question, if I buy games like Mario Bros 3 or whatever on the virtual console, do they mirror on the gamepad and let me play them there?

    To the best of my knowledge they do, as long as they were bought on the Wii U.

    If they were bought on a Wii and transferred to the Wii U, then you’d need to upgrade it to the Wii U version (for like a buck).

    Oh. Also, a new Smash Bros is coming!

    Another fact! Can’t believe I forgot that one.

    Hyrule Warriors is another releasing in the near future that looks to be some good old hacking and slashing fun. Think Dynasty Warriors meets Legend of Zelda.

    And speaking of Zelda, if you haven’t already seen the trailer for the new Wii U Zelda, you should check it out. Can’t wait.

    in reply to: Wii U #991

    Backwards compatible with the Wii, doubles its library of games (fact).

    Without a Wii U and its Virtual Console, you’ll need to resort to more expensive and/or not-so-legal ways to play older pre-Wii Nintendo games (fact).

    Mario Kart 8 (fact).

    Jagger has one (fact).

    Other than mentioning the other obvious series you’ve already mentioned in your tags, that’s all I got at the moment.

    in reply to: Which new console are you getting? #620

    Unless something changes my mind between now and release, I’ve preordered both.

    in reply to: Bioshock Infinite #471

    Played and finished it a while back. I enjoyed it.

    Still need to go back and finish the first one. Heh.

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