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Super Monkey Ball for xbox????

Discussion in 'Xbox Forums' started by Matravers, Feb 11, 2003.

  1. Matravers

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    Does anyone know if suoer monkey ball on the GC will come out on xbox as allegedly there is a good relationship with microsoft????

    i would love to know if anyone has any idea!!!!!
     
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    I doubt it but you never know. If it does it'll be a port and will probably be not so hot.
     
  3. James45

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    Buy yourself a gc for £80 and get a free game... you know you want to!:devil: Buying a gc is worth it for being able to use a wavebird alone... let alone all the cracking games.

    Do posts get more fanboy than that?:D
     
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    For what its worth I agree, GC has some excellent games that you won't see on Xbox anytime soon [Metroid, Zelda, AC] etc.

    Neil.
     
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    you can tell I got a wavebird at the weekend can't you!:D :rolleyes:
     
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    Totally agree. There are just so many AAA games already and the GC easily has the strongest lineup for 2003 (IMO anyway). 13 games that I REALLY need to play (Zelda, F-Zero, Viewtiful Joe, Ikaruga etc etc) between now and next January - thats impressive

    And no, I'm not a fanboy :D But I got a GC last month and haven't touched my ps2, n64 or pc since (seriously). I've just finished Mario (wow, that was hard
    :eek: ) and I'm currently playing through Resi Evil remake. Its amazing. In motion the graphics are nearly photo-realistc and the atmosphere is just untouched by any other survival horror game. Big 'congrats' to Capcom for this game IMO
     
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    Back OT. It would be cool (Not for Nintendo though :rolleyes: ) if Monkey Ball came to the Xbox and/or ps2. The more people who get to experience this game, the better
     
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    Where can you get a GC for that price?
    Or is that a joke:blush:
     
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    I got mine for £80. There was a shop in Preston (just near the Uni) selling brand new Cubes for £80. I don't think they're still doing it now but its worth a check if you live nearby

    Nintendo are gonna do a bundle soon for a cube and 1 of 7 games for £130. Works out to be about £90 for a cube. There's some good game available in this offer as well - Eternal Darkness probably stands out as the best one
     
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    apparently thats the official price now although retailers aren't taking any notice of nintendos recommended price. how's that for value a six-month old next gen console for under a ton!

    and yes eternal darkness is a stunning game... player's choice range should be launched soon as well, gamecube's version of the platinum range top games £20!
     
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    Pikmin, Super Smash Brothers and Luigi's Mansion are the first Player's Choice games. I know Pikmin is a great game so I'll get that when its re-released. Not too sure about the others.

    By the Summer games like Resi Evil and Mario will be part of this label. How could anyone refuse a cube and Mario Sunshine for £100? :)
     

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