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It has come to mind that the 3 best wii games, RPG games and overall games of the last few years are missing several things; the first is portability, the second multiplayer, and the 3rd DLC; should you want to have XENOBLADE CHRONICLES, PANDORAS TOWER or THE LAST STORY on 3DS, simply sign this petition.
Anything is possible, so just because you sdon't think they will run on the 3ds (and they WILL) doesn't mean you cant sign it!
Nintendo has released fantastic games that impact people and cultures across the world. One trope that they have used for decades is the Damsel in Distress.
The few times this trope has been reversed is when the woman is either hiding their gender or is using more emotional based weaponry as combat. For more information please watch:
SEGA made Shadow the Hedgehog in in 2005 for PS2, Xbox and Gamecube.
The game's story, Soundtrack and concept was a great success amongst Sonic gamers and casual gamers alike.
But sadly, the game had a few bugs, which made the game hated by hardcore gamers, and made fun out of it.
The story has ended in the first game, but we know, there IS a way to make the storyline continue.
Some of us enjoy Punch Time Explosion, but wouldn't you like more Cartoon Network Games for the Wii and other consoles? For example, what if they were to make a Halloween game that takes place in a haunted mansion? (Yeah, sounds like another Luigi's Mansion). Better yet, what if they were to make it a T rated game?
If you're still a fan of the old cartoon network and you want video games like that. Sign and help reach 10,000 or 100,000. You with me?
Yume Nikki (ゆめにっき?, lit. Dream Diary) is a 2005 independently produced surreal adventure PC game by homebrew Japanese developer Kikiyama.
The game was created using RPG Maker 2003, but has few role-playing game (RPG) elements. The most current version of the game is 0.10, the latest release since October 2007.
Players explore the dreams of the fictional character Madotsuki (窓付き?, lit. windowed). It is through dreaming, in which the player is able to view scenes that are recognized as being genuinely disturbing at times, such as being swallowed by a large red sewer-creature, meeting a disembodied head character known as Uboa (ウボァ?) and a full-screen rotating image of a girl with five arms.
Sonic Generations has been confirmed for 3DS, and no doubt will come to Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 owners! Wii owners are missing out!
Pandora's Tower, also known as Pandora's Tower: Until I Return to Your Side (パンドラの塔 君のもとへ帰るまで Pandora no Tō: Kimi no Moto e Kaerumade), is an Action role-playing video game for Wii, developed by Ganbarion and published by Nintendo in Japan on May 26, 2011.
Many fans are really pleased with the return of Survival Horror in Resident Evil: Revelations. Revelations looks great and may be one of your best seller's.
Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D looks really fun. We have all of our favorite characters present in the fight against the clock.
The only problem with these two wonderful titles is that many of your fans won't be able to play these great games unfortunately. With the economy rapidly decreasing, many of us can't afford a Nintendo 3DS. Which is why we've made this petition. Capcom, we would be extremely grateful if you would consider porting Resident Evil: Revelations and Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D to the Consoles and PC.
With that, Capcom could make more money and the fans would be able to experience these two great titles! Please Capcom, take the idea into consideration!
There is an issue that has concerned me for a long time – There hasn't been a “great” StarFox game since the Nintendo 64. I emphasize “great” because there were a couple of Gamecube StarFox games that were definitely less than adequate.
Gamers need a new StarFox that has online support and plays like the older StarFox games.
Super Smash Bros., known in Japan as Great Melee Smash Brothers (Dairantō Sumasshu Burazāzu), is a series of fighting games published by Nintendo, featuring characters from established video games. The gameplay differs from traditional fighters for focusing on knocking opponents out of the stage instead of depleting life bars. The original Super Smash Bros., released in 1999 on the Nintendo 64, had a small budget and was originally a Japan-only release, but its domestic success led to a worldwide release. The series achieved even greater success with Super Smash Bros. Melee, released in 2001 for the Nintendo GameCube, becoming the best selling game on that system. The third installment, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, was released on the Wii on January 31, 2008, in Japan, March 9, 2008, in North America, and June 27, 2008, in Europe. Although HAL Laboratory has been the developer of the first two titles, the third game was developed by a cooperation of different developers."
"The Beatles: Rock Band is a music video game developed by Harmonix Music Systems, published by MTV Games, and distributed by Electronic Arts. It is the third major console release in the Rock Band music video game series and, like other games in the series, it allows players to simulate the playing of rock music by using controllers shaped like musical instruments.
The game's soundtrack consists of 45 songs by the popular British rock group The Beatles and features virtual depictions of the band members performing the songs. Additional songs and albums by The Beatles were made available for the game as downloadable content.
The game was released internationally on 9 September 2009, coinciding with the release of new, remastered compact disc versions of The Beatles albums. It incorporates many of the gameplay features of the Rock Band series; however, it is not an expansion pack for the Rock Band series and content for it and other Rock Band titles is not cross-compatible. Harmonix co-founder Alex Rigopulos described the game as "... a new, full game title production built from the ground up." Gameplay mechanics differ slightly from previous Rock Band games, including the addition of a three-part vocal harmony system.
The game was developed with the blessing and critical input of Apple Corps, including former Beatles members Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr. George Harrison's son Dhani helped to bridge discussion between Harmonix and Apple Corps, while Giles Martin, son of The Beatles' music producer George Martin, ensured high-fidelity versions of The Beatles' songs would be available. Additional songs are available for the game as downloadable content. The song "All You Need Is Love" was first to appear as downloadable content, proceeds from which ($1.40 of the $2 song cost) are donated to Doctors Without Borders. The song was initially made available as an exclusive for Xbox 360 on the same day the game was released. Within two weeks of the game's release, "All You Need Is Love" was announced by Microsoft and MTV to be the fastest-selling downloadable song across any of the Rock Band platforms, with tens of thousands of downloads; The song had been downloaded more than 100,000 times by the end of September, and by February 2010, had generated over $200,000 for the charity. The song is now available for download on the Wii and PlayStation 3."
C'MON, HARMONIX/APPLE CORPS.! IT'S ABOUT FUCKIN' TIME WE GOT MORE DLC!!! GIVE US ANY ALBUM!!! BE IT REVOLVER, PLEASE PLEASE ME, OR EVEN THE WHITE ALBUM!!!! JUST GIVE US MORE FUCKIN' DLC!!! JESUS!!!
We believe that Walmart should carry the Reader Rabbit Wii series in their stores.
Reader Rabbit is an edutainment software franchise created in 1986 by The Learning Company. This series currently makes up the greater part of a franchise of grade-based and subject-based titles, where the games for infancy through second grade feature Reader Rabbit. The games for third grade through sixth grade instead feature The ClueFinders.
13. Port MW2 to Wii
Modern Warfare: Reflex on Wii was a good game, and the multiplayer is still FLOODED. We need Modern Warfare 2 on the Wii, for even MORE multiplayer traffic.
This would profit Infinity Ward, Nintendo, and the Hardcore Wii FPS gamers.
14. Melee Re-Release
Melee was a great game. It is still played today by more than half of the "professional" brawl players. Melee was a game that needed skill and practice to play. The competition in it was incredible. There were huge tournaments, MLG was involved and the community was very happy until Brawl came out.
Brawl is a game that anybody can pick up and spend 4 hours practicing to be able to beat people that have been playing for months. Since Dacus and Glidetossing/chaingrabbing were discovered, it gave the hardcore gamers a way t beat the casuals easily.
This still isn't enough. Brawl is very slow paced, the edges autosweetspot and there are many things wrong with the game, especially the characters who are more unbalanced than melee's. There is also a lack of hitstun in brawl. This made the players HACK the game in order to recreate it into a better game. Wavedashing, L canceling, Shine spiking, drill shining, dash dancing, Combos, drill shining, pillaring, tech chasing and skill were all fun aspects of melee. Brawl is very limited while melee was a very creative game.
Brawl also includes crappy stages and a very horrible story mode. Please re-release melee for the wii, with more characters and stages. The graphics don't matter as long as there are more characters/stages. Brawl is a disappointment. Many games for the wii were also a disappointment. Since many of the hardcore titles were simplified, hardcore players went to third party makers, or bought a rival console.
Respect for Nintendo has been lost and can easily be regained by pleasing the hardcore gamers. Re-release melee, the greatest game Nintendo ever made.
The Wii was launched on November 19, 2006.
On May 10, 2006, the Opera Software company announced plans to develop a web browser for the Wii.
The full version of the Internet Channel was released in April 2007.
Keyboard support was added in an Internet Channel update on October 10, 2007.
Since October 10th, 2007 The Nintendo Wii's Internet Channel has not seen a significant update.
The game Trace Memory (or Another Code in Europe in Japan) was a whimsical game that hearkened back to the days of old-school adventure games that many remember so fondly. While the game wasn't a smash hit, it still had many fans on this side of the Pacific.
Many of us had high hopes that the game would receive a sequel, and Hotel Dusk (an equally good game), held us over for quite a while. Recently, Another Code R: Gateway of Memories was released in Europe in complete English. While it has become painfully obvious that the game may not be released in the U.S. anytime soon, I and the rest of the fans of Trace Memory hope that this is more of a temporary wait than a permanent shunning of a great franchise.
As you may or may not know, many people have not taken the news of Another Code: R's Japanese and European exclusivity well, and some have even gone as far as importing the European version and hacking their Wiis to be able to play the game. Though their actions may not be entirely legal, said people would most certainly buy the game officially should it be released here.
This is a large amount of money you could be making, and you are completely missing out on it due to your withholding of the game's release. To make a long story short (too late, I know), we, the fans of the Trace Memory, would be absolutely pleased should you listen to our pleas.
Tatsunoko vs Capcom is a Wii exclusive crossover fighting game that has only been released in Japan and due to licensing issues, this game might not come to North America.
The game should be released in North America because alot of people in North America are very interested in the game and the Capcom company can make a lot more money. It is also unfair for some games to only be in Japan.
Animal Crossing for the Nintendo Wii is coming out at the end of 2008. Nintendo has chosen the name: Animal Crossing: City Folk (AC:CF) for the USA game.
In Europe and Australia, they decided to change it to: Animal Crossing: Let's go to the City. (AC:LGTTC). We want the name changed back to Animal Crossing: City Folk.
This petition is for an entertainment property and therefore open to the opinion of potential customers of this property. I consulted vgchartz.com to get the estimated sales figures for the Nintendo Wii video game console. See below.
On Sept 12th it was revealed via the OFLC that Animal Crossing City Folk for the Wii would be heading to Australia with a new name "Let's Go to the City".
Not only is this name dumb, childish and immature - it's a smack in the face of fans in Australia who Nintendo seem to dislike and try and annoy us as much as possible.
On the game 'Guitar Hero III', developed by Neversoft, a song called 'Through the fire and flames' by ' Dragonforce' was featured on the bonus set list. The song became famous because of it near-impossible difficulty.
Seeing a lot of Guitar Hero songs are on Rock Band, we want Through the fire and flames on Rock band!
Game console manufactorers are continuely making smaller and smaller versions of their consoles.
Games producer Yoshinori Ono says that if we want Street Fighter IV for the Wii then he's willing to do it.
Well why the hell not?!
Nintendo Wii has a feature that allows users to copy game data from the Wii console to an SD Card. This feature is useful for two reasons: 1) to back-up game data, and 2) to transfer game data from one Wii console to another Wii console.
On the SD Card designed for the Wii is a message that says “Store your game saves.” This led me to believe that I could use this SD Card to back-up all my game information.
Nintendo encourages backing data up onto an SD Card when sending in a Wii Console for repairs.
I copied most of my saved data fine, but Super Smash Brothers Brawl did not allow me to copy.
I called Nintendo Customer Service and they confirmed that this was intentionally blocked in the programming of Super Smash Brothers Brawl.
This results in having to take the entire Wii Console to a friend’s house to use your unlocked stages/characters. Because we must take the entire console and not only the SD Card, the Wii Console receives more damage and use and wears out sooner. Not being able to back-up saves to an SD Card is a direct link in the chain that leads to a broken Wii Console.
Nintendo are planning to make their customers pay for certain games to play online.
When customers bought the Wii they were PROMISED that Nintendo felt online gaming should be free, therefore customers were tricked.
Sign to stop Nintendos scheme and possibly save the Wii's future, because this is a disastrous move.
After buying the Nintendo Wii, if you wish to get the Internet Channel, you must buy 500 "Wii Points."
After paying this amount, you would expect a decent product from it, but this is not the case. The Nintendo Wii's Internet Channel has only Flash version 7, which only allows access to a small handful of online games.
The main use of Nintendo Wii's Internet Channel is for online gaming, so Flash 7 is not sufficient. Flash 9, being the latest Flash version, would be alot better and would drive more people to buy the Internet Channel.
If Flash 9 can not be made for the Wii, Flash 8 would be sufficient.
Trauma Center (Under the Knife) was first made on the Nintendo DS and for all the PAL users who may have been interested in purchasing this game, was it possible? No. Soon after, following the DS title was a remake announced for the Nintendo Wii. In the US and Asia, Trauma Center: Second Opinion was a launch title however for the second time, this game fails to hit PAL regions, a successful game such as this should be on the shelves for the PAL launches but sadly this a dream that wont be realized.
This petition is for the people who would like this game to hit the European, Oceanic and UK game retailers. The petition will be sent to many game distributors with the hope that they will acknowledge our time and our anticipation for this game.
This petition is to bring Holiday Spice Pepsi back into the soda market.
Many people and I have enjoyed this drink durring the short time it was out. It inspired feelings of joy and holiday spirit in all who drank, and it was a great soda.
jpPlease sign and happy holidays to you and your family.
June 20, 2006
Wii want DolbyDigital 5.1 in the new Wii console!!!
The possibilities are amazingly endless! I think I can speak on behalf of billions of gamers around the world when I say it would be the disappointment of the century if this amazing new console, whose very design was based upon the notion innovation, didn't take advantage of this great audio technology!
What is more innovative than a console where the sound is not only all around you but passes through you via the new Wii remote! Now that would be a truly NEW and INNOVATIVE gaming experience!!