Not sure what's going on in this screenshot, but it looks cool.
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Looks nice but I thought it was a tennis game?
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Weren't these guys in banjo Kazooie?
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Surely this mofo's cheating?
> I dunno, I didn't like the way the stick broke.
I knew you felt the same way.
I never really got into Pikmin, and though the sequel looks a bit better (more Pikmin to use, more thinking required to solve puzzles) it's one of those games that will never really appeal wholly for me.
> Mario Tennis was actually one of the better games on show at GS, as
> was Donkey Konga. Paper Mario 2 was also good, but I don't think it's
> good enough for a purchase.
Paper Mario 2 is an adventure game... you can't get a feel for it at a games show. I didn't really get a feel for Pikmin 2.
Paper Mario the original was so unbelievably good.
Games like Mario Tennis and Donkey Konga will of course do well at games shows. As it is simple quick gameplay.
Donkey Konga... I cannot wait.
Donkey Konga though... hmmm...
> It's how long a game takes that is important.
Production or game playing side?
It was alright... but...
Biggest waste of £30 for me.
I shouldn't have bought it because I was never a huge fan of the series anyway. Serves me right for living on hype.
> Mario Kart was a disaster.