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2010 - The Year to Play Nintendo

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That proves the only thing people care about are stupid shooting games. I don't find them fun at all.

Apparently you're the only exception out of millions of people.

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Me, Zelda Wii, SMG2, MOM, GSDS, ToG, and I hope I'm not forgetting anything...

Outside Ninty, there's World of Warcraft: Cataclysm and MGSR

edit: forgot RS2

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Don't hold your breath.

People do /this/ to simulate italics and show wording stresses in programs or websites that don't support tags. They're probably using it now as a joke, or because it's less work to type.

I do it because I'm posting from a phone.

As far as a Wii rpg goes, I guess I shouldn't have used such a broad term. i want to see something like Elder Scrolls/Fallout gameplay on the Wii. With motion +, it would be an awesome game.

Pick things up, shoot your gun, swing you sword, punch, etc. That's what I want to see on the Wii.

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For real, bro.

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Why shouldn't I hold my breath?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZTrqMjTrAk

Even if this isn't the final game, it's been so long since they actually released a Kirby platform game, so that's probably going to be what it is.

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I'm right there with jareddude, I would love to see another kirby air ride. That was one of the funnest multiplayer games ever. I loved city trial.

Even though I do love that game I would be very surprised to see another one. Unfortunately not enough people played that game so they didn't get to experience just how fun it is.

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