weemadando wrote:It's good if you appreciate that sort of thing. My thoughts on it can be found here.
I don't often play M rated titles, but I wanted a bloody follow up to No More Heroes, though I didn't have enough for Desperate Struggle. I'll agree with you on the camera, let me control the camera with the "D-pad", the C button does not work well. I don't mind the time between saves though I did have to play the tutorial 3 times, now I know, only play when you have at least 20 - 30 minutes free. My tv is small so the graphics do hurt my eyes a little, but sometimes one of my roommate's let me use their widescreen, so its MUCH better to look at on there. Its fun to play with other people watching, the reactions are priceless and they give suggestions on what to do. My friend's jaw dropped during the first two boss battles, "I shot his skin off" was definitely the best quote of that session. The length won't bug me since I don't have time to play video games too often, really just play on weekends and I can't really play the same game for several hours. I've developed a huge back log. I still have to unlock everyone in Mario Kart and Brawl and I still have to beat Bully, Battalion Wars, and Fire Emblem. My next purchase will be Desperate Struggle. So its all good for me.
weemadando wrote:For $10 though? If you want a brawler on your Wii, go right for it.
That's what happens when a game doesn't sell well. Desperate Struggle is already $20 and it came out THIS year.