Ogawa Talks Wii Sonic

One of the most exciting Nintendo Wii exclusives set to make an appearance on the console next year would have to be Sonic And The Secret Rings.

Sonic Team's Yojiro Ogawa recently sat down for an interview with French website Gamekult (via C3) and revealed that simplicity alone is set to play a major factor in Sonic's debut on the Wii. He stated rather controversially that he believed "deep gameplay and big adventures don't suit the Wii philosophy."

Ogawa then went on to reveal that Sonic's super charged adventure is set to span 70 missions, which the average gamer should be able to race through within ten hours. Intrepid players will have the option to accomplish bonus content and subsequently receive additional medals...

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Top 10 Wii Exclusives That Deserve Sequels - A galaxy of modern classics

Nintendo's motion-controlled console was the home of countless fantastic gaming experiences. Here, I'll count down ten obvious and obscure choices that will suit the modern market perfectly.

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PhoenixUp2618d ago

This console has so many great games. I'd like to see a sequel to The Last Story.

There's not going to be a sequel to the structure of Super Mario Galaxy 2 though. The only reason we even got SMG2 was because they had plenty of leftover ideas from SMG1 that didn't make it into the game. It's better that we got other structures of 3D Mario later on

crazyaejay2617d ago

Agreed. Mario 3D World is one of the best so hopefully Odyssey lives up to it.

mikeslemonade2617d ago

Galaxy 1 and especially Galaxy 2 are two of the most overrated games ever made.

Deep-throat2617d ago

The console was pathetic to say the least, but the games were great!

Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2
Zelda Skyward Sword
Donkey Kong
Sin & Punishment: Star Successor
Zack & Wiki
Sonic Colours
Xenoblade Chronicles
Tatsunoko vs. Capcom
Silent Hill: Shattered Memories
Muramasa: The Demon Blade
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption

-Foxtrot2617d ago

Super Mario Galaxy is getting a sequel though...Odyssey

Super Mario Galaxy 2 was a one off mainly because they apparently had content left over and instead of it wasting they made another game since they were still in the consoles life. Wouldn't make sense to have a sequel to Galaxy when each new system has brought us a different, brand new main Mario game. I'm glad we got Odyssey over it, it looks great and more open then Galaxy. Once you got to certain point in some levels of Galaxy (star cannon) you couldn't go back so back tracking was limited

darthv722617d ago

Technically it's not a sequel. SMG3 would be a sequel. Mario Odyssey is it's own game and possibly new spin specifically for the switch like Galaxy was for the Wii. If anything, Odyssey is more akin to Sunshine than Galaxy.

-Foxtrot2617d ago (Edited 2617d ago )

Each ones are spiritual sequels

64, Sunshine, Galaxy and Odyssey

crazyaejay2617d ago

New Super Mario Bros. seems to always have sequels (2 on 3DS, one on Wii, and one on Wii U).
Also, Super Mario 3D World is a sequel to Super Mario 3D Land.

So, Galaxy 3 would be cool.

-Foxtrot2617d ago (Edited 2617d ago )

Super Mario 64 didn't

Super Mario Sunshine didn't

Super Mario Galaxy was the only one

Super Mario Odyssey probably won't

Super Mario 3D World and New Super Mario Bros are not main line Mario games...just advanced versions of the handheld games

The 10th Rider2617d ago

Personally I want to see them revisit galaxy and sunshine in the same game. The water gameplay combined with the physics stuff could get pretty dang wacky.

-Foxtrot2617d ago

Super Mario Chronos

Time traveling to past games

You heard it here first :3

-Foxtrot2617d ago

Oh shit man SEE it's just waiting to happen

That and another game with a Dimension jumping element

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The 10th Rider2617d ago

Missing a lot of games: Red Steel, Zack and Wiki, Little King's Story, Bloom Blox, De Blob, Muramasa, Excitebots/bikes/trucks, Sin and Punishment, Kloana, Battalion Wars, etc . . .

Rebel_Scum2617d ago

Super Mario Galaxy 2 doesn't need a sequel. You could see the ideas drying up when playing through it.

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Top 10 Sonic The Hedgehog Games


Being a Sonic fan for a majority of my life, I’ve played nearly every Sonic game that’s ever existed. As such, I’ve played each game so many times that I’ve even began collecting them as of recently. Doing so, I’ve had the opportunity to play games I haven’t even looked at in several years.

I’ve never been big on the classic Sonic games, or really anything before 1999 when Sonic Adventure for the SEGA Dreamcast was released, so don’t expect to see anything before then in my list. To celebrate Sonic the Hedgehog’s 24th anniversary, here are my top 10 favorite Sonic games of all time.

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CCG Review: Sonic and the Secret Rings

GuG writer, Casey Covel does a review on Sonic and the Secret Rings for the Wii.

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