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Submitted by Lucario 739d ago | article

Diehard GameFAN: What’s Worth Keeping? Issue 1: The Nintendo Wii

DHGF: So that’s what “What’s Worth Keeping” will be all about. It’ll be about pairing down my collection with the help of you the readers. You’ll let me know what I should keep, what I should dump, and sometimes even suggest games I might find worthy of being part of my twenty games per console set. In taking this journey with me, you will not only get to know my tastes and preferences better, but hopefully your own as well. Every two weeks, we’ll look at a console and see if we can not only keep my number of games down, but also help you the readers decide if your collection needs pairing down as well. With that in mind it’s time to start this version of the column with the same system we started with two years ago – The Nintendo Wii. (Castlevania Judgement, Dance Dance Revolution: Hottest Party, Endless Ocean, Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers , PokéPark 2: Wonders Beyond, Samba de Amigo, Secret Files: Tunguska, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars, The Kore Gang, Wii, Wii Sports)

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