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Some new info on the title. Confirmed European launch on the 24th of June 2011, and will come packed with the special red Wii Remote Plus. As previously stated the game is a collection of 12 minigames, here are some explained:

 In Wind Runner, your Mii character will be sporting a pair of roller skates and carrying an umbrella. Use your Wii Remote Plus to open the umbrella which will in turn carry your Mii character along a race course. By strategically angling your Wii Remote Plus your Mii character can change direction, jump and increase speed as it makes its way to the end of the course while dodging obstacles in its path.

In Cone Zone you tilt the Wii Remote Plus in the correct position to balance ice cream within a giant waffle cone and stop it from falling, while extra scoops are being added.

In the minigame Skip Skimmer where you can skip stones along a lake, there is a Score Mode in which up to four players take it in turn to skip stones through a series of rings with the aim of getting to the target at the end. By strategically angling the Wii Remote Plus you can compete against your friends to get the highest score in order to win the game.

Other minigames are:

Treasure Twirl where the Wii Remote Plus acts as a “winch” to collect deep-sea treasure.
Spooky Search will see you working with up to three of your friends to apprehend and collect wayward spirits that have escaped through your TV screen - and into your living room. Using the speaker on the Wii Remote Plus, you are up against the clock to try and locate the ghosts. By pointing your Wii Remote Plus off screen and anywhere around your living room – whether that be above or behind you, your goal is to snare as many ghosts as you can and ‘drag’ them one by one back into your TV screen.

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I don't really understand why people are so up in arms about this game, even if nintendo is focusing more on the "core" consumers resently doesn't mean they're going to abandon they're casual user base entirely.



actually, I really like some of the ideas in this collection. Stone skipping in particular rules and should be incorporated into Zelda games, just like fishing is now.

From what I hear this is also a team-up between Nintendo and external developers, with each mini-game being made by a different team. To me, that's intriguing. If I can get the game only for a good price, I just might.



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I could see myself buying it during summer, just to put those invested motion plus adaptors to use.
Even thinking of selling a white remote with adapter included so I can get the red one

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Is it includes ANYTHING that was near as fun as the tank game, then I'm stoked.



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Beuli2 said:
puffy said:
Beuli2 said:
gumby_trucker said:
MrT-Tar said:

If this can result in a greater adoption of WM Plus, then I'm all for it

whats the point of no real games are released for it?

Exactly. The way Nintendo is going, it seems they think  Skyward Sword will be their big ultimate motion game or something (it won't).

I think you'll be pleasantly surprised

No I won't. It is clear they are going to use motion plus more for stupid mini-games, given the last trailer shown. They think mini-games and puzzles are exciting and fun, yet they are just atrocius and boring and break the action, and then there is no replay value at them. Nintendo doesn't even know what Zelda is about (according to one interview, they say people play Zelda for the puzzles!), so why should I expect a good game?

Yes because there has been at least one crap Zelda game made by Nintendo >_>



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Roma said:
Beuli2 said:
puffy said:
Beuli2 said:
gumby_trucker said:
MrT-Tar said:

If this can result in a greater adoption of WM Plus, then I'm all for it

whats the point of no real games are released for it?

Exactly. The way Nintendo is going, it seems they think  Skyward Sword will be their big ultimate motion game or something (it won't).

I think you'll be pleasantly surprised

No I won't. It is clear they are going to use motion plus more for stupid mini-games, given the last trailer shown. They think mini-games and puzzles are exciting and fun, yet they are just atrocius and boring and break the action, and then there is no replay value at them. Nintendo doesn't even know what Zelda is about (according to one interview, they say people play Zelda for the puzzles!), so why should I expect a good game?

Yes because there has been at least one crap Zelda game made by Nintendo >_>


The Zeldas on the CD-i were crap.  That is about the only Zeldas I can say are crap.  I am probably the worse Zelda player.  I own about 5 Zelda games and have yet to beat one.....



tehsage said:

Is it includes ANYTHING that was near as fun as the tank game, then I'm stoked.


This looks more like Wii Party's leftovers than a collection of classic arcade games.



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gumby_trucker said:

still, even if Zelda is all that, this is like the 10th minigame collection Nintendo has released on Wii...

2 Wii sports

2 Wii play

Wii Music

Wii Party

Mario Party

2 WarioWare

Brain Age

and the generation isn't over yet. Seems a bit excessive...

I didn't think Wii Music was really a mini-game collection, and I don't think Nintendo personally has gone too overboard with minigames. But I agree there is no need for another as third parties don't need any more encouragement to make more (although I think most have given up even making mini games for Wii any more)

Personally I am still just at Wii Sports and Wii Play... though I will likely pick up Wii Sports Resort some time this year.



it might be me, but this actually sounds worse than the original WiiPlay