Does anybody know how, when playing this game on Nintendo Wii, you get your character to jump inside of a painting? On the co-op mode, called "Tintin & Haddock", you are supposedly able to do that in order to access some of the collectibles. However, I can't figure it out for the life of me. Any insights are much appreciated!
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@Wensea10@darthcobain17: Totally, simplicity is an oft overlooked aspect that should be instituted in every game, so many games these days are just way too complicated. The last time I played a more modern Madden football game I nearly had a brain aneurysm! No wonder I like more retro games . . . :)
Good luck with your change of course! And remember, if you want to play some good games, look to the past. The best games were made in the 80's and 90's! So very pumped about everything Star Wars though, have watched the new movie trailer a bajillion times!! :)
@Wensea10@darthcobain17: Well, at least that keeps them in business, because I'd be lost without them!! :) And all in all, their systems/games are a lot cheaper than the others, it just seems to be the Nintendo titles like Mario, Donkey Kong, etc. that retain that higher price tag. I saw a pre-sale announcement for the new Star Wars Battlefront today and it was at $80 to start!! Yowsa . . .