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    Punch-Out!


    Who else has it?

    I just got to TD Sodo Popinski, haven't tried him yet.

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    I think I've beat that game once by playing all the way through. Beat Tyson with points. . .

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    I think he means the new one on the Wii.

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    I've watched/heard a lot about it on some gaming podcasts. Looks pretty cool, but I would have to use classic controls to play it.
    I've heard mixed reviews on it too. Some loved it and some thought they needed to add extra characters rather than doing the title defense and playing the same opponents again to extend the game. The difficulty and strategy may change, but that's not enough for some people. I guess it depends on how nostalgic you are, really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -LMA-
    I think he means the new one on the Wii.
    That I do.


    Quote Originally Posted by Biggs
    I've watched/heard a lot about it on some gaming podcasts. Looks pretty cool, but I would have to use classic controls to play it.
    I've heard mixed reviews on it too. Some loved it and some thought they needed to add extra characters rather than doing the title defense and playing the same opponents again to extend the game. The difficulty and strategy may change, but that's not enough for some people. I guess it depends on how nostalgic you are, really.
    I actually find the game harder than the one on NES. The main reason the one on the NES was harder to advance in is because of the whole system when you lose. On the Wii, you can just keep trying to fight the same guy, which is extremely helpful, seeing as how Mr. Sandman took me 20+ tries.

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    Did you know Tyson just lost his daughter? Quite sad actually.

    http://www.cnn.com/2009/US/05/26/ari...ter/index.html

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