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Oltobaz1
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Wii Ware/ Playstation store/ X Box Live

Postby Oltobaz1 » January 31st, 2009, 11:20 am

I was just wondering whether the VGC was planning to test games such as Super Stardust HD, Street Fighter 2hd remix,
Megaman 9, D Blob etc... they're worth playing, and gameplay wise, often as good or better than "regular" games

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Postby VideoGameCritic » February 1st, 2009, 6:22 pm

Yeah I get asked this a lot.  Currently my plate is already pretty full with the latest disk-based games, classic games, portables, etc.  Maybe if I was retired I could have enough time to review the downloadable games too.

Another issue I have with these games is that they are DRMed, meaning you don't really have complete ownership of them.  As a longtime gamer and collector, that bothers me a little bit.


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Wii Ware/ Playstation store/ X Box Live

Postby steer » February 1st, 2009, 11:12 pm

I think it is up to reader reviewers to pick up the slack - I got Space Invaders Get Even today, when I get a little more time in it I will try to get a review or recommendation up.

Too bad ALien dont have a wii, he writes some good reviews, and this owuld be right up his alley.

Here is a very nice wiiware review/preview/news site, it is the best I have found, and good enough where I am no longer looking, check it out :



http://www.wiiware-world.com/

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Wii Ware/ Playstation store/ X Box Live

Postby Oltobaz1 » February 4th, 2009, 2:42 pm

As a fan of Street Fighter 2, I'd say you owe it to yourself, try out the new HD version!
You could play against your readers! Now, that's a thought...
Also, I noticed how you liked Q Bert...now, on the PS3, possibly on the 360 too, you can download it too, and, of course it's arcade perfect.



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