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Cursed Mountain gives Wii owners a reason to hope

SnagWire writes: "As a Wii owner, I haven't had a ton to smile over lately. A lackluster showing at E3, coupled with the sad fact that there aren't a whole lot of titles to get excited over for the rest of 2008 have left me wondering if the Wii was heading towards the one-and-done gimmick that it's been accused of being before.

While the Strong Bad episodes will keep my cravings down for a bit, I was left wanting a title that I could truly be excited about from announcement to release, and beyond of course. Fortunately, Cursed Mountain is willing to help me out.

When the game was originally announced a few weeks back, it caught my eye as a game that treaded into some unfamiliar territory. Not only that, but it's the first game for the Wii that looks to blow away its player graphically."

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ChickeyCantor3387d ago

" Cursed Mountain; however, promises to push the Wii to its absolute limits "
You have not seen anything and yet you are celebrating.
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

mistertwoturbo3386d ago

Nothing is more AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

than WiiMusic

lol

BrotherNick3386d ago

There will be games for kids as well as adults, can't ignore portions of the market or you'll lose money.

Zerodin3386d ago (Edited 3386d ago )

But what the HELL IS IT?!
For all we know, it's Grizzly Adams RAPING a polar bear!

jay23386d ago

This should be intresting, can't wait for a hands on.

Smacktard3386d ago

"When the game was originally announced a few weeks back, it caught my eye as a game that treaded into some unfamiliar territory. Not only that, but it's the first game for the Wii that looks to blow away its player graphically."

How much of the game has this person seen? AUGH.

Also, The Conduit? Moron.

picoso363386d ago

Hopefully the "casual gamers" wil pick these games up to get more developers on this long overdue bandwagon.

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