Your loss, amigo.Scrubking said:I knew someone was going to post that, but see here's the thing. I don't live in Japan so I don't count games that I'm never going to see or play.And no I'm not hacking my Wii or paying extra to import.
^ This is even funnier now.AniHawk said:
Capcom still ported it exclusively to the Wii system. It's not their fault that copyright issues make it nigh impossible to bring it over stateside.Scrubking said:I knew someone was going to post that, but see here's the thing. I don't live in Japan so I don't count games that I'm never going to see or play.And no I'm not hacking my Wii or paying extra to import.
Mr. Pointy said:So basically, Capcom are charging the same for REmake and RE0 as Nintendo are for NPC Pikmin, Mario Tennis, etc. Thought they haven't the same kind of upgrades as the NPC games.
You would think so. Or at least something.cvxfreak said:$30 in a bundle is a good price; $60 really isn't. They better come with a DSC demo or something.
doomed1 said:well, the chances of me buying this just went from slim to none. if Capcom wants my money, they'll have to to earn it the old fashioned way: new (to me), intriguing games. they've been failing hard at this this gen, and i now have more Ubisoft (of all publishers) games than i do Capcom (3:1 respectively).
i'm still betting they'll probably announce an RE5 Wii by or at E3.
Wait... wait... wait a minute.Haunted said:Brodieman
BrodiemanTTR said:So $30 for each is actually confirmed? Wow, thanks Capcom.
comedy bomb said:Yeah Nintendo Power says the same thing.