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  1. Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (Nov 23rd)

    Eh? They hire "cheap Chinese labourers" to create games now? Think you may have got wires crossed somewhere.
  2. Pro Evolution Soccer 2011

    Yes it's definitely true. If you're using the Wii remote layout, then it'll be the trigger you'll be triple tapping, when you want to drill in a pass across the goalie.
  3. Injustice: Gods Among Us

    Nerdgasm! To be honest I think this looks really fantastic. I love the designs of the classic DC heroes (further proof we need a Justice League film imho), and the game looks great fun, if a little done before. I would buy it for WiiU, but please devs, when Superman is fighting, he needs to be on the ground, not floating over it. Thanks.
  4. Inazuma Eleven Strikers ( Out Friday )

    I thought it was my media player! It looks a bit slow and lacking in gameplay to me, but I'll keep one eye on it in case it turns out well. I've never played this series before.
  5. Batman: Arkham City Armored Edition

    Mixed feelings about this one. I got the original one on the PC but didn't really get into it. I would probably pick this up on Wii U depending on how it turns out. It doesn't sound so glowing from the early previews though.
  6. Sin & Punishment: Successor Of The Skies

    Completely agree. And yet you still get the arseholes on Youtube that make comments like "no classic controller support - FAIL" and other dumb shit. I picked this one up new a while ago for £15 and it was well worth it. Six quid is a complete steal, you have to buy it!
  7. Rayman Origins

    I spotted this offer myself earlier and ordered it. Looks a stunning game. I suppose it is a little sad that it's dropped in price so quickly, but it's not a completely negative thing. They did the same with both Sonic Colours and Epic Mickey last year, and I think it just helps drive sales. It's certainly not a reflection of the quality of the game, more the stage of the Wii lifespan (ie. done for) and its ability to command top prices from the audience. The PS2 was much the same at the end of its life, with many top games going for a song. But I'm really looking forward to this. It just looks such great fun, and at this price it's a steal.
  8. [Spoiler-Free] Zelda: Skyward Sword

    Luckily mine turned up OK this morning. We'll put this one down to Royal Mail, and move on. Just glad it's here.
  9. Pro Evo 2012

    It is tremendous to be fair. The N-Europe review is up (you've probably seen it), and it's pretty fair. They make it clear that it's pretty much the same game as 2011, but easily worth getting if you're on an older one. It's a bit of a rip off but remains the best footie game there is. I'm playing it a lot, but I don't usually venture online as my pathetic skills won't translate! I can beat the computer but a human...no chance!
  10. [Spoiler-Free] Zelda: Skyward Sword

    My pre-order for the regular edition failed to show up today from ShopTo. Pretty fecking annoyed about it to be honest. Is it the mail, or did ShopTo just not send it out early enough? I dunno, but the net result is I'm sitting here Zelda-less and pissed off.
  11. GoldenEye 007

    I didn't know about the tilt to lean. No, it doesn't tell you anything about that. Why omit that from the tutorial? Anyway, I've gone for super-easy wuss-Bond level. Don't hate me for that. I'm notoriously crap at FPS games. However, I'm definitely noticing that I'm getting better the more I play, so I'll up it when I'm ready.
  12. GoldenEye 007

    Just picked this one up because of you guys raving about it. Not disappointed! It's absolutely fantastic. Really matches up to the sublime Rare original imho. I had to use a control tweaking guide I found on another forum, but it really did the trick and I am now massively enjoying this. I don't know why they fluffed the default Wii remote settings out of the box. I thought the game was just broken at first. But the tweaking hugely makes the game. I wouldn't want to play it with a classic controller personally. Thanks for the heads up on this one dudes. Marvellous.
  13. Disney's Epic Mickey

    I'm glad you lot are discovering this one. I bloody love it. Not sure about multi-player modes. I don't think there's anything multi-player about this game, sadly.
  14. [Spoiler-Free] Zelda: Skyward Sword

    I know, it's insanity isn't it? But what can I say, there are people out there who think that Skyward Sword requires you to stand up to play it, mostly because the adverts show it that way. They seem to not be able to understand that they do that to sell the vague idea of the gamer being in the game with the Wii, and sadly they seem to take it literally. I feel stupid asking, because truth be told I know the answer, but still.
  15. [Spoiler-Free] Zelda: Skyward Sword

    Dunno if you guys can settle a debate I've been reading on another forum... I am right in saying that the sword fighting in this games does not involve the gamer having to stand up to play it, aren't I? I read elsewhere that someone somewhere has said that in order to play it "properly", it's best that it's played standing up so you can really swing the sword. This strikes me as a bit odd and a bit daft. To me, a Zelda game isn't one that demands the gamer play it like they would, say, Wii Bowling or whatever. Sure a gamer could play bowling from their armchair, but that game really demands you get up and bowl. To me sword fighting in an adventure game, especially a Zelda game, does not and should not. I've not read any reviews that mention this, only the random rantings of the occasionally insane on the net. I remember Red Steel 2 having a sensitivity setting that seemed to encourage you to play standing up if you wished to, but it wasn't a requirement. But what's the deal with the sword fighting in this new Zelda then?