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Seriously. I just discovered how easy and cheap it is a month or so ago, and it's great. I've wanted to play some older Mario games for a while, just to be able to say I had. So I bought 2,000 Wii points and got myself Super Mario 64. Wow. I only really got into gaming with the Wii, and had a few Gamecube games, so I was expecting the earlier consoles with their polygonal graphics to be vastly inferior to, say, Mario Galaxy. But 64 is a really fun game. It's a bit tougher, which is a good thing. Here I was thinking that Galaxy was so cool for having triple-jumps and wall jumps when 64 had actually had them as well. Of course, modern games are a lot better in some respects, like graphics and having a lot of concepts earlier consoles couldn't handle, but I don't really care about that as long as the game is fun. Which Nintendo games rock at. Then I got SMB 3. Same deal. I had really enjoyed New SMB Wii, and wanted to try out its predecessor. SMB 3 is just as fun its Wii counterpart- maybe ever more so, because the Tanooki suit is way more fun than the Helicopter suit. I haven't used a Hammer suit yet- I like to hoard my items- but I can't wait to. The last game I got was the original Legend of Zelda, which is hard. I'm ashamed to admit it, but I looked up all the hidden power-ups and Rupee stashes on the internet. Once your get going, though, it's a good game. It's also the only Zelda game I've ever played (again, kind of ashamed to admit it) so once I finish the first quest I want to buy Ocarina of Time. I'm not sure about that, though. What VC games should I get now? I'm considering Ocarina of Time and Paper Mario, but I don't want to spend too much Lego money on VC, at least until after BrickFair.
I just finished downloading (or redownloading, I guess, thanks to their method) the ten free Game Boy Advance games for 3DS Ambassadors (people who purchased the 3DS before the price drop). Trying Kirby and the Amazing Mirror first...Anyways, these ten were in addition to ten free Nintendo Entertainment System games earlier this year. We made have thrown away $70-$80 bucks by buying it early, but we got it back in games. The list:NES:-The Legend of Zelda-Zelda II: The Adventure of Link-Super Mario Bros.-Metroid-Yoshi (a puzzle-ish game)-NES Tournament Golf-Balloon Fight-Donkey Kong Jr.-Wrecking Crew-Ice ClimbersOkay, maybe those didn't make up for it, as some are fun, but some...aren't. BUT:GBA:-Kirby and the Amazing Mirror-Mario Kart: Super Circuit-Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap-F-Zero Maximum Velocity-Wario Land 4-Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3-Metroid Fusion (10/10 from GameInformer, supposedly best Metroid!)-WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$-Mario vs. Donkey Kong-Fire Emblem: The Sacred StonesSo buying it pre-price drop payed off after all...And for actual 3DS games, I currently own only Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition and OoT3D. But Mario Kart 7 looks amazing, so I'll pick that up sometime soon. Star Fox 64, I'll stick with N64 for now. Super Mario 3D Land I'll get at some point, and I'm looking forward to Kid Icarus: Uprising, Resident Evil: Revelations, and Luigi's Mansion 2.Also any news about a Pokemon game would be appreciated...
Ōkami is an adventure game released by Capcom for Playstation 2 in 2006 (and ported to Wii in 2008). The game's art direction, story and setting are inspired heavily by Japanese culture and folklore. Since its release, it has earned many press awards and has a strong fan following.Has anyone else here played it? I own the game on Wii and I love it. <3Oh yeah and there's a sequel on DS now, Ōkamiden. Discuss that too if you like.