Correction, Dreamcast port of one of the industries most overlooked gems.Ronin said:Dreamcast ports = Megaton?
Nope.Die Squirrel Die said:That has to be sarcasm, but I'm just never sure with this place.
Yeah, I mean -- just about every game is waiting for the Wii controller. Grand Theft Auto IV, Devil May Cry, Ninja Gaiden II, Phantasy Star Online... Man, so many games. They would just be perfect for the Wii controller. You have a truly innovative mind. 3/10, man. 3/10.Thunder Monkey said:Shenmue was a game waiting for the Wii controller.
I doubt so much that this is true... but if it does end up existing, I'll gladly buy both, and play through both again.
Thunder Monkey said:Nope.
Everything about the game screamed Wiimote. The game was hindered by being on a standard analog stick bearing controller.
ICallItFutile said:If the Metroid Prime 1 + 2 rumor is true too, the Wii will have the best games for your buck!
Just not news ones.
zaidr said:I always wanted to play the Shenmue games. I even had a Dreamcast. Never found me a copy though. Was it really that good? By the time I got around to knowing about Shenmue and becoming interested, GTA came out and filled my "open world" void. Did I miss much?
It'd take a lot more thinking then Sega has shown for the last few years, but I envision the game playing like this:Die Squirrel Die said:Okay....I'll just slowly back out the way...no sudden movements...I'm just removing the sharp objects...I'm not going to hurt you.
But seriously, I can't think of any way, shape or form in which the Wii controller would improve Shenmue's controls. In fact, given the industries track record on this thing, it'd probably only make things worse.