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Forgot how good pilotwings really is

Discussion in 'Nintendo Forums' started by gizlaroc, May 23, 2003.

  1. gizlaroc

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    With the talk regarding Pilotwings for the Gamecube, I had to track down a copy of this again for the N64.

    This was such an overlooked game by most of my mates, they didnt see the point and didnt give it any time.

    I love the way you can quite happily do the tasks over and over again, without getting tired of them, just trying to beat your own score or get a medal to move onto the next goal.

    Never do you get frustrated with the game only yourself, wich keeps you going back for more.

    A class title on the snes and even better on the N64, if you havent played it buy it, and if you have dig it out again ;)
     
  2. Taz

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    :clap: its just one of the best eh?

    I loved the SNES version and the N64 was just as good, lets hope the cube version is as good gameplay wise as the other 2 and not just graphically better.

    Cant wait! :D
     
  3. paulMK

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    One of the best on the n64 without a doubt.

    Like gizlaroc was saying you could just re-do levels over and over again without it getting boring. I loved the camera section - had never seen anything like that before...

    I played about 7 or 8 n64 games through to completion when they first came out, and PilotWings was always my second favourite after Mario64.

    Great game!

    PaulMK
     
  4. gizlaroc

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    I got Pilot Wings and Mario 64 when the jap n64 was launched and I am still playing them both now.

    If only mario sunshine was like Mario 64, shame it missed the mark :(

    I am off for another quick seesion on Pilot wings now
    :D
     
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    :clap: Just picked up pilotwings 64 for £4.99 cant wait to get flying:smashin:

    unboxed, they are going for around £9 on Ebay ;)

    Pilotwings on Ebay
     
  6. Geezer

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    I had pilot wings on the famicon, but never got it on the N64. May have to source myself a copy.
     
  7. Geezer

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    CEX are selling them for £15. maybe ill leave it then
     
  8. gizlaroc

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    track it down mate, look in the free ads as there are always some in there.

    I take back everything I said about it being a relaxing experience, level 4 jet pack is getting the better of me, it was never this hard before, or maybe I am getting sh|te at games ;)
     

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