You rest the wiimote on your lap or on the couch when you play a Wii game and are pointing at the screen!!!!!!! Anyone who has put some time into Wii games knows this. Doh!!! YOu guys seem ignorant about the Wii. EVery week that seems to grow. FYI - most people don't play Wii games like they do in those Wii commercials.
Not to say Conduit is a great game. It ain't. But it's because it's a low budget affair done by a non-AAA team. I think if these guys did a 360 game with the same budget you'd get a similar result.
Also I hate to tell you guys this, but when the 360 and PS3 (or the next Xbox or PS) get pointing functionality in their controllers you guys and the gaming press will be slobbering all yourselves. It really is a better shooting experience than an analog stick unless you are the type that enjoys a horse and buggy over an automobile for your daily transportation needs or likes washing your clothes on a washboard along the river bank instead of using one of those new fancy shmancy electric washing machines.
I will say one nice thing about the Conduit. The controls to throw a 'nade are sweet. The waggle is very responsive, very easy to learn, and you can seamlessly throw nades while also shooting and moving.
Last, it's pretty pathetic that Wombat can't learn to do anything new at his age. I'm talking about his comments about holding the wimote in his left and moving with his right. Can I start calling him "Gramps?"
Love the show - ignorance, warts and all.
P.S. Yep. Thriller was such a big event. And yeah kids in my school dressed up like Michael especially the black guys. (later on it was the white guys and girls.) Also I bought Thriller as an LP. I think it might have been the only record I bought. Unless you count Moon Zappa's album which I purchased for the song "Valley Girl." Anyway bought the Essential MJ after he died. Yeah he died and I'm motivated to buy his music? wtf? ....., but really digging listening to tunes of my yutes. I'm mostly a Who kind of music guy, but I like some funk/r&b in my diet as well. And MJ has/had some pretty deep hooks.
Edited by trip1eX, 04 July 2009 - 01:38 AM.