Am I the only one looking forward to Wario World more than Mario Sunshine?

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  1. Chris Bardon

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    Maybe it's jsut being apprehensive about the whole "cleaning up pollution" thing, but from what I've read so far, I'm really looking forward to seing what Wario World can do. The GB games have all been great, and there's just something fun about a game motivated by greed.
     
  2. Joseph Young

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    What you'll hear from most people:
    'Just have faith in Miyamoto. I'm sure he'll deliver the goods. Just realize that many of us haven't yet seen the game in action and - rest assured - we will not be disappointed."

    While I don't disagree with that, I am somehow more captivated by Wario World as well. Perhaps Mario's water pack reminds me too much Luigi's ghostbusting pack. But "kudos to Miyamoto" for being inventive with the 3D platforming genre.

    Joseph
     
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    Chris Bardon
    Just have faith in Miyamoto. I'm sure he'll deliver the goods. Just realize that many of us haven't yet seen the game in action and - rest assured - we will not be disappointed.
    (I'm sorry guys I just couldn't resist. [​IMG] )
     
  4. Morgan Jolley

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    Mario Sunshine isn't just about cleaning pollution. In fact, the stuff isn't really pollution, its just goo that sprouts baddies. Its more like an evil ink.
     
  5. Jeff Cooper

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    Well I haven't seen this game in action yet, but going by the screens, I havent seen anything that would get me to pick up SMS. All the shots I have seen have looked simply horrendus!
     
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    The sequel to Hedwig and the Angry Inch:
    Mario and the Evil Ink.
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    6 inches forward and 5 inches back. Mario's gotta , hes gotta remove the evil ink!
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    First song on the soundtrack:
    1. Its just goo that sprouts baddies
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    True Romier, very true. It looks like a good game, I just don't know if it's the game I'll get a cube for. Now if Metroid prime turns out well and they actually deliver Zelda before the end of they year...
     
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    Chris,
    In case you did not notice I was being facetious. I had to use Josephs words because its incredible true that most of us say the same thing.."Its Miyamoto, dont worry". I am actually very much looking forward to SMS and I do believe those words myself but the door was to wide open for me not to walk in[​IMG].
    Back to topic though, to be honest I have never played any of the Wario games so I really don't know what to expect from this 3d sequel..I'm open to anything though (Gaming wise that is [​IMG])
     
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    Remember the "greed is good" monologue from Wall Street? Imagine a game based on that, and you have Wario Land. Basically, get as many material assets as possible. There also seems to be more emphasis on puzzles than on precision jumping. I know that in 3, you had to make clever use of some of the different forms Wario could take (bat, zombie etc), and 4 looks to be fairly similar but without the immortality.
     
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    I will happily own both of them, but at this time, SMS is on the top of my hitlist.
     
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    Watch the videos of SMS. The screenshots don't do this game justice, it really has to be seen in video form.
     
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    YES YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS GAME. I HAVN'T EVEN HEARD OF IT BEFORE! THE ONE TIME I DID SEE IT THE GRAPHICS WERE HORRIBLE[​IMG]
     
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