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Video Gaming: The Best of E3 2008 - Nintendo Wii

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Keb

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Postby Keb » Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:02 pm

Hey guys, GLX has written a review of E3 (I assume this is a video game convention?) and their offerings for the Nintendo Wii. It can be read here. Enjoy!

Our articles section is looking to expand into the video game stuff, so if you're interested in writing something for one of the three consoles (although I think GLX has dibs on the Wii), please contact either myself, L'Independent or John Lewis.
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emotionriot

Peanut

Postby emotionriot » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:58 am

tl; dr

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Next time, Ctrl+V, ktnx.
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GLX

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Postby GLX » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:27 pm

WOOT! I may jump in and out of Wii related stuff. I am, however, thinking of writing about old Gamecube(which can be played on the Wii).
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GLX

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Postby GLX » Mon Jul 28, 2008 5:31 pm

Bumpy
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Thunderstorm

Not a Kardashian

Postby Thunderstorm » Mon Jul 28, 2008 5:34 pm

GLX wrote:WOOT! I may jump in and out of Wii related stuff. I am, however, thinking of writing about old Gamecube(which can be played on the Wii).


Gamecube was a really great and underrated system. It was by far my favorite of the last gen systems.
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GLX

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Postby GLX » Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:54 pm

Thunderstorm wrote:Gamecube was a really great and underrated system. It was by far my favorite of the last gen systems.


It was good, clean fun.
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MoneyMelon

Chief Yankee Wanker

Postby MoneyMelon » Mon Jul 28, 2008 10:59 pm

Thunderstorm wrote:Gamecube was a really great and underrated system. It was by far my favorite of the last gen systems.

I recently discovered the joy that is Mario Baseball.

Man, Nintendo makes such awesome baseball games.

Mario Baseball for the Gamecube and now MLB Power Pros for the Wii.

Not as complex as MLB2K8 or MLB The Show, but more fun and user friendly.
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GLX

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Postby GLX » Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:01 pm

MoneyMelon wrote:I recently discovered the joy that is Mario Baseball.

Man, Nintendo makes such awesome baseball games.

Mario Baseball for the Gamecube and now MLB Power Pros for the Wii.

Not as complex as MLB2K8 or MLB The Show, but more fun and user friendly.


I'm thinking about getting the new Power Pros, but I only one version of a sports game, per console cycle.
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MoneyMelon

Chief Yankee Wanker

Postby MoneyMelon » Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:02 pm

GLX wrote:I'm thinking about getting the new Power Pros, but I only one version of a sports game, per console cycle.

I loved last year's edition

I think the new one comes out tomorrow.

I'll probably pick it up this weekend. I'll let you know how it is.
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Thunderstorm

Not a Kardashian

Postby Thunderstorm » Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:13 pm

MoneyMelon wrote:I recently discovered the joy that is Mario Baseball.

Man, Nintendo makes such awesome baseball games.

Mario Baseball for the Gamecube and now MLB Power Pros for the Wii.

Not as complex as MLB2K8 or MLB The Show, but more fun and user friendly.


There's a new Mario Baseball coming for the Wii. I did like Super Mario Strikers much better on the Gamecube than the Wii though, it was a bit more intense than the Wii version, but just a little. Mario Tennis and Golf are also really fun.
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MoneyMelon

Chief Yankee Wanker

Postby MoneyMelon » Mon Jul 28, 2008 11:15 pm

Thunderstorm wrote:There's a new Mario Baseball coming for the Wii. I did like Super Mario Strikers much better on the Gamecube than the Wii though, it was a bit more intense than the Wii version, but just a little. Mario Tennis and Golf are also really fun.

Their sports games are so much fun. Great to play with friends.
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Sgt.Marvel

rubber spoon

Postby Sgt.Marvel » Tue Jul 29, 2008 2:09 am

MoneyMelon wrote:I recently discovered the joy that is Mario Baseball.

Man, Nintendo makes such awesome baseball games.

Mario Baseball for the Gamecube and now MLB Power Pros for the Wii.

Not as complex as MLB2K8 or MLB The Show, but more fun and user friendly.


Does Power Pros use the real player names even though they look all deformed?
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toolverine

King of Circle-Jerking

Postby toolverine » Tue Jul 29, 2008 2:56 am

Keb Ellis wrote:Hey guys, GLX has written a review of E3 (I assume this is a video game convention?) and their offerings for the Nintendo Wii. It can be read here. Enjoy!

Our articles section is looking to expand into the video game stuff, so if you're interested in writing something for one of the three consoles (although I think GLX has dibs on the Wii), please contact either myself, L'Independent or John Lewis.


Why are you limiting yourself to consoles? There are prominent portable systems as well as the PC,
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MoneyMelon

Chief Yankee Wanker

Postby MoneyMelon » Tue Jul 29, 2008 8:18 am

Sgt.Marvel wrote:Does Power Pros use the real player names even though they look all deformed?

Yeah, they're all real players and real major league teams.
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GLX

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Postby GLX » Tue Jul 29, 2008 1:08 pm

toolverine wrote:Why are you limiting yourself to consoles? There are prominent portable systems as well as the PC,


The Wii is my system of choice. I've got as DS, but I rarely use it. I just wrote about what interests me.

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