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ROFL... "RealPlay Games" (Wii games for PS2) + screenshots!

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ssj12 said:
Soriku said:
^ Lol fanboy.

Btw, what does 'imho' mean? Imo I know but imho?

 in my honest opinion...

and you cant tell me that seeing characters that actually have more depth then a bunch of ovals isnt nice to see.

and cut the fanboy crap.. I owned a Wii and 360, I own an N64, SNES, NES, Gameboy, GBA, GBASP, Atari, Dreamcast, etc.

Just because Im not impressed by the Wii and returned mine within the first month of purchase doesnt mean you have the right to go around calling people who disagree with your views like me a fanboy, truly im shocked you havent been banned yet for it since you constantly do it. 


There's a difference between simplifying the art style for simplistic graphics (for what IS a demo for the motion controls) and trying to make a realistic looking game. Their choice to go with a that look actually makes it only look worse. It's why games like CoD and what not fail on the Wii. They try to make them look realistic and fall extremely short. Meanwhile Mario doesn't look at all realstic but has beautiful graphics.



To cash in my CC rewards points for $300 in Circuit City gift cards to purchase a 360 or not: That is the question.

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shams said:

Just thought of something...

If they can get 1% of the Wii Sports market - that is about 100,000 units! And there may well be that many people out there with PS2's who can't get/afford a Wii.

So although the real entertainment value is a lot lower (get less with each game), this may actually do well enough to be a commercial success. Pretty scary really... :P


Some nice math with you saying Wii Sports has sold 100,000,000. 



windbane said:
shams said:

Just thought of something...

If they can get 1% of the Wii Sports market - that is about 100,000 units! And there may well be that many people out there with PS2's who can't get/afford a Wii.

So although the real entertainment value is a lot lower (get less with each game), this may actually do well enough to be a commercial success. Pretty scary really... :P


Some nice math with you saying Wii Sports has sold 100,000,000. 


Nice math for you mister. Open up calculator and type in 10,000,000... multiply it by .01 (that's 1%)... and tell us the result please.

Obviously ignoring the fact Wii Sports is at 8,880,000... so 1% is less.



windbane said:
shams said:

Just thought of something...

If they can get 1% of the Wii Sports market - that is about 100,000 units! And there may well be that many people out there with PS2's who can't get/afford a Wii.

So although the real entertainment value is a lot lower (get less with each game), this may actually do well enough to be a commercial success. Pretty scary really... :P


Some nice math with you saying Wii Sports has sold 100,000,000.


 I know what you are getting at but I mean...really..you couldn't just pop open a desktop calculator and double check?

Either way, Fazz has it right, 1% is only about 89k. 



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Hey, that looks really nice and very well made take on the whole motion sensing tech thing. Obviously the pic of gameplay are early builds and they still look like they're shaping up rather nicely. The equipment wii-mote type things actually look well made and a bit more grown up too.

Yeah, IN2GAMES have something good here. They'll do very well if they continue with their innovative take on the PS2. Big thumbs up. I'd definatly give a coupleof those a try.



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I'm not spending $300 to get all of those games when I could get a similar experience that can be expanded with different genres of games at the same price but a more in-depth experience (sometimes. Wii Play FTL) for only $250.



Cadence said:
I'm not spending $300 to get all of those games when I could get a similar experience that can be expanded with different genres of games at the same price but a more in-depth experience (sometimes. Wii Play FTL) for only $250.

But what if you're a grandma buyin a present for little Johnny and you have a slight case of forgetfulness with names? THEN would you buy it? On accident?



So the best market for this game is forgetful grandmas. Why do we care again? It's a cheap set of games...honestly a ripoff...who cares.



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BenKenobi88 said:
So the best market for this game is forgetful grandmas. Why do we care again? It's a cheap set of games...honestly a ripoff...who cares.

 

The expanded market for the Wii: Forgetful grandma's & grandpa's. Anyway this isn't a threat for the Wii. Since the hardware can't be used by other third partys. I do think this will keep the PS2 alife even longer. Since the Wii has made motion gaming popular these games might sell decent. Real World Golf 2007 got a 7 from Eurogamer, that's not really bad. It will be fun for grandpa he can play golf again. 

 



Can I trade my Wii for this?