raeli, post: 2588873 wrote:
Games that are worth playing. As in, not the shovelware that composes 90% of the wii's library?
EVAWINGZERO, post: 2588874 wrote:
Metroid Prime 3
Brawl (A LOT of people hate it, but it's fun srewing around with Items on )
Castle of Shikigami 3
House of the Dead 2 and 3
Metal Slug Anthology
GG Accent Core.
Only games I'm looking forward to getting are MAdworld and Waiting on new F-Zero and Mario Golf.
There are SOME good games, just few and far between.
Sonichuman, post: 2588875 wrote:
I know the wii has a lot of shovelware but there are a few titles that come out that are good that nobody seems to pay any attention too...like Deadly Creatures
I'm actually interested in Castle of Shikigami 3..I saw it at our store and was wondering what it was about. I haven't done any research into it quite yet. You didn't play House of the Dead Overkill? Not interested in The Conduit? Muramasa?
Raynbeaux, post: 2588879 wrote:
I picked up a Wii before any other current gen console, but never got that into it except for parties
I enjoyed some of the games on it for a while, but the only games I ever played for more than 5 hours total by myself were Guitar Hero 3 and Ninja Gaiden 2 for the Virtual Console
All in all I think it was a bad investment, since I bought the Wii new for full price and paid the full price for all the games I bought, which was pretty much every blockbuster game from 2007/2008, and I've played more on the X-Box 360 in the last month than I did over the course of 9 months of Wii ownership
SSBB sucked online, but that was mostly due to my crappy internet connection
EVAWINGZERO, post: 2588880 wrote:
SSBB still sucks online, and I have a 20down/5up cable connection. It's mostly on Nintendo's end I believe. I haven't tried it in a while though.....Maybe it's gotten better....
carolina17, post: 2588882 wrote:
Nintendo Wii wouldn't be a bad choice if you already own a PS3.
Honestly, I really liked Super Smash Bros Brawl.
I used to play King of Fighters and other fighting games on a used SNK Neo Geo .
This console was the best choice. You could play those games again on the Wii virtual console.
Again, I think the Nintendo Wii would be more appropriate for you.
Cool M, post: 2588840 wrote:
The wii has plenty of fighting games (more than the 360 and PS3 if you include vc ):
Dragon Ball Z budokai tenkaichi 2-3
Bleach Shattered Blade
Naruto Clash of Revolution 1-2
Naruto Shippuuden: Gekitou Ninja Taisen EX-EX2
Guilty Gear XX Accent Core
King of Fighters Orochi saga
Super Smash bros. Brawl
Mortal Kombat Armageddon
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom (import only)
and for vc:
Street Fighter 2's from SNES and Sega Generation
Art of Fighting 1-2
Fatal Fury 1-2
Virtual Fighter 2
Samurai Shodown 1-2
King of Monsters
And there still unreleased titles:
Samurai Shodown Anthology(Mar 09)
TMNT fighter (TBA)
The real question is what kind of fighting games do you like. The wii is more of a classic/retro 2D and nontraditional/free-roaming 3D fighter console. While the 360 and PS3 are more traditional in both 2D and 3D aspect. I tell you this if you already have a PS3 you're not going to find much if any fighting games for the 360 that can not already be purchased for your PS3.
OktopuS, post: 2588890 wrote:
i'd say get it u aint got a problem throwing away money on something, i enjoy the wii for it offers, i do have both tvc & smbb and many others but its like i have a PS3 which i play all the time and wii only really used like 1 a week and thats pushing it. its fun a console but only spend money on it, if u dont really care about the outcome of ur purchase down the line.