Nov 26th 2007 12:01PM So essentially they took Orion AMEuro and merged it with Orion civilization. Doesn't look too terribly hard.
Nov 14th 2007 9:52AM They couldn't put this on WiiWare, there's 60 planets. The stage you play in the original Geometry Wars could be considered 1 planet.
So in effect, to put this on WiiWare you'd have to have a HDD, because it's going to be well over 512 MB.
Nov 9th 2007 11:55PM While the kid in the video turns away from the TV a few times, it's kind of like me when I'm playing DDR, it's very repetitive evenly spaced patterns.
There's a guy at my local EBGames that plays Guitar Hero while sitting on the counter next to the TV. THAT is memorization.
Oct 11th 2007 8:48PM Michael is right. The Wii has 512 MB available in total. FF7 is ~2100 MB in size. It would TOTALLY fit on the Wii.
Oct 10th 2007 3:54PM @8
That's the Animal Crossing guy, Mr. Resetti, talking.
Oct 10th 2007 11:34AM I'm pretty sure that Sonic's voice is Ryan Drummond, who was the voice of Sonic in SA1 and 2 (ie: NOT the 4kids VA).
Aug 14th 2007 11:19AM If you check the parental controls, you'll see that it now has an option to enable/disable voice chat...
Aug 14th 2007 11:17AM If you check the parental controls, you'll see that it now has an option to enable/disable voice chat...
Aug 10th 2007 11:21AM @4
I'm pretty sure that Nintendo has reached the non-Wii crowd with this channel. The story is already all over the Internet, pasted across every game-related site and even some that aren't. Not only that, but it's only a matter of time before the videos are posted on Youtube.
Essentially, why should Nintendo spend money to advertise when we're quite content to give them 10x more exposure than they could pay for themselves?