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FINALLY after about 5 years after it's release I get a Wii with motion plus.

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Two games I got except Wii Sports and Resort are old too, I guess I owe GameSpot a huge thanks for rating these. I wasn't sure whether to buy them; The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess ( My first foray into the Link realm) and WarioWare: Smooth Moves ( My second venture into the weird place that is Diamond City). So far the Wii has been the best console I've had even beating PS3.

Games I NEED to play.

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  • Any FPS game. Except Dead Space. Mothers have spoken!
  • Dead Space 2; even though I said except Dead Space. Aww Mum...
  • Dead Space Extraction; two different titles and one for the Wii. I know it's old!
  • Epic Mickey; Mickey's gonna kick some booty. I know THAT'S LAME!
  • Super Mario Galaxy; I haven't played it yet... WHY?!
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2; WHY HAVEN'T I PLAYED THIS GAME?!
  • SUPER SMASH BROS. BRAWL... Why are you on this list?!
  • LittleBigPlanet 2: I like Sackboy.
  • Abe's Oddysee... IT'S VERY OLD!
  • Abe's Exoduss
  • Assassin's Creed: BROTHERHOOD!
  • Infamous 1-2

My general understanding of Gamespot's review ranges.

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1.0-1.9: Not worth looking at the cover as you'll be tempted to buy this bad game. Will entertain you for about 5-10 minutes before you realise this game should be destroyed!

2.0-2.9: Terrible and incredibly boring games get this mark of "achievement"

3.0-3.9: Games in this range are very boring and offer little reason to comback to it.

4.0-4.9: Games in this range are boring, but at least offer something.

5.0-5.9: This is where movies or TV show based games lie. To the video game community I say "These titles are normally for the fans!"

6.0-6.9: Games in this category offer you enough to want to finish the game but nothing else.

7.0-7.9: Games in this category offer such a great "Story Mode" that you fall in love with it! Once you finish it however you need to unlock stuff which is also fun. Do both of these things and you'll soon realise the game is boring now.

8.0-8.9: Superb "Story Mode" Great Multiplayer, Fun to unlock things earn this titile. Some flaws.

9.0-9.9: Few flaws, Great in almost every sense. Sleep deprivation may occur because of these titles.

10: No flaws. You can play these game for years. Sleep deprivation 100% guaranteed.

What happened to Def Jam?!

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What happened?! Def Jam: Fight for New York was a huge hit (according to my opinion) and this created hype for the next Def Jam title, which in my view did not live up to the hype. The 4-player multiplayer setting was removed, which is perfectly understandable IF the one-on-one fighting mechanism is seriously perfected(much like Street Fighter or Tekken). But it wasn't. Instead there was this slow, less powerful way of attacking an opponent. By powerful I mean that I didn't feel like I hurt my opponent or make him bleed (No vibration function). The environment breaking up was often unnecessary and irritating and the "free-world" exploration was lost. THERE ARE NO WEAPONS?! OR A "SUPER-POWERFUL" STATE FOR YOU TO GO INTO?! COME ON!! unlike it's predecessor! "Def Jam: Fight for New York" had these key elements which "Icon" lacked. Although a point goes to Icon for the new "DJ turntable" idea, good job. The color filters used during battle I felt was excellent and using the environment to damage an opponent was VERY effective. The items available to customize a character was alright in my view, this excludes the lack of battle techniques for a character to harness. In short Fight for NY was better than Icon