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Excite Truck only for Wii

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As its name suggests, Excite Truck is all about trucks, and exciting ones at that. Tossing realism firmly out the window, the emphasis here is on blistering speed, daredevil stunts and ludicrous over-the-top action. In fact, with these elements taking precedence over any particular driving proficiency, there's plenty here to appeal to even the most ardent racer hater.


You see, developer Monster Games has honed Excite Truck into a delightfully accessible concoction. For a start, it employs the Wii's tilt-sensitive controller to steer, by holding the remote horizontally - effectively capitalising on the way your mum's been playing Mario Kart for years - while paring other controls down to the barest minimum. Button-wise, you've got accelerate, break and the all important turbo boost - triggered by thumbing any direction on the d-pad. That's your basics covered and it's as simple and intuitive to play as that suggests. Thankfully too, unlike other tilt-enabled truc…

SUPER MARIO GALAXY

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Super Mario Galaxy is a 3D action-platform video game developed by Nintendo EAD Tokyo and published by Nintendo for the Wii in 2007. It is the third 3D platformer in the series after Super Mario 64 and Super Mario Sunshine. The game follows Mario on his quest through space to save Princess Peach from his arch-nemesis Bowser. Levels take the form of galaxies filled with planetoids, while gameplay is updated with a variety of gravity effects and new power-ups.

The game was first shown at E3 in 2006 and enjoyed a high level of pre-release awareness. The game has received extremely positive reviews from the gaming press and won numerous game of the year awards.

Most of the game is set in outer space along a chain of planetoids and other space matter. Mario is capable of jumping or launching from planet to planet in order to gather items and defeat enemies. Each planet has a gravitational force, which allows the player to circumnavigate rounded objects, walking sideways or upside down. Like …

RESIDENT EVIL THE UMBRELLA CHRONICLES

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HAVE YOU PLAYED THIS YET?
DONT WASTE ANY MORE TIME PLAYING KID STUFF, THIS IS THE STORY OF HOW UMBRELLA GOES DOWN!
ONLY for the Nintendo WII!

Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, isn't quite a lightgun game, nor is it a first person shooter; think of it as an on-rails whirlwind tour of the series (sans Resident Evil 4) with elements of both genres. This retelling serves up ample fan service for the devoted by delivering the experience from the perspectives of most everyone involved. It never really amounts to more than its concept, but it's an accessible, mostly satisfying shooter that has plenty to offer nonetheless.

While the game overexplains its mechanics while playing through the first chapter, it's really a very simple concept with sensible controls: Your Wii-mote controls a gun reticule onscreen; you pull the B trigger to fire, shake to reload early (it will automatically reload at the end of your clip), hold A while shaking to slash with a knife, and tap the C button …

Wii virtual console games!

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cant choose what console is best 4 u?

check out this video from gamespot:

Great Wii combos and deals!

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Wii zapper!

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How about some info or comments on this new Nintendo accessory?
Just click on the link!
for me this one is sure a keeper! i reccomend it specially that it comes with Link's Crossbow training

When Nintendo first released details on the Wii Zapper, people were skeptical as to how the Big N would convince the public to spend their hard-earned cash on what is essentially a plastic shell designed to hold the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. That answer came when it was announced that the Zapper would come bundled with Link's Crossbow Training, a simple yet fun shooting game with a Legend of Zelda theme.




Men's Health Tip: If you don't want to get hit there, don't put a target over it.
It can be played without it, but Link's Crossbow Training is designed for use with the Wii Zapper. The Zapper itself is just a sturdy piece of white plastic molded to loosely resemble a futuristic gun with two grips. The remote lays flat across the top of the Zapper, and the Nunchuk locks vertically…

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