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    Quote Originally Posted by NoGroinNoKrav View Post
    O snap, look, at the first guy he fights. I didn't know they put fug in this game!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGalt View Post
    This is why the novelty of the Wii is wearing off. This gimmicky game looks much less responsive to its controls than Kung Fu for the NES was, and it didn't even have attack animations for most of its enemies.
    x2

    I hardly touch my wii anymore. It does have cool party games and games for people who don't play games, but the remotes novelty has also stopped it from being a great system.

    Seriously, just make some games that utilize the gamecube controller rather then motion control.

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    Buy Monster Hunter. Lose hours of time. **** the motion controls.

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    I just realised you can buy everlast kit for you Wii so these games must be legitimate
    http://www.bluemouth.com.au/products/466

    Tapout needs to get on board

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGalt View Post
    This is why the novelty of the Wii is wearing off. This gimmicky game looks much less responsive to its controls than Kung Fu for the NES was, and it didn't even have attack animations for most of its enemies.
    Death to false gaming! We need Manowar to clean up all those crappy gimmick consoles. (a good DS game is a game not using it's gimmick, that says it all)

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    Does the nintendo Wii blackbelt come with a certificate?

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    can we get a Wii blackbelt badge if we clock the game?

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    This looks kinda cool, but I think it'd be more fun to play a remake the old pc game "Budokan" for Wii (and other consoles..and the PC)

    Now THAT was a cool martial arts game. And pretty realistic for back then, too (you know, when DOS was still needed to do anything on computers..and when floppy disks were actually floppy..)

    Anyone besides me remember that game?

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    YouTube- All-Star Karate: dangerous fun

    I don't know which style of TKD this kid commenting on the game does, but it must be the one where your knees have "sockets," so I don't wanna try it.
    It seems to me that the Sanjuriu Martial Art is not in guestion, but, rather the character of Mr. Galt.
    -AkidoMom

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