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Old 05-13-08, 08:04 PM
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wii games: downloadable content

I was looking at the wii ware games and one that has me interested is final fantasy. I wont be purchasing it but one aspect has me intrigued is the down loadable content for the game. It had me thinking about other games on the wii that should have downloadable content offered. One game in Particular is Super Smash Brothers Brawl. Before the game even came out, people were asking for Mega Man to be on the roster of fighters. Unfortunately it never happened. Gamers were disappointed. If Nintendo does it's research they would know that theres demand for the blue bomber. If Nintendo made Mega Man available and other characters on the virtual console for a small fee it would most likely be a big hit. Same goes for Mario Kart Wii. Offer new tracks and characters for download. Some new quests for Zelda would be cool too. What games would you like to see expanded through download?
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I would probably buy more classic MK tracks, if they were offered up on a individual basis.
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I would probably buy more classic MK tracks, if they were offered up on a individual basis.
+1 but only if can play them online.
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Definitely on MK courses. That would be up there with Rock Band DLC for me.
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They would probably have to offer an external HD to support having that kind of content in addition to what is already available.
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True. The small save space is quickly becoming a major issue with all these titles coming out.

Hopefully they are working on a SSDrive accessory. I just dont see Nintendo using a typical HDD. But an nice SSD would be sweet.

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