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Tinsel_Shine

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Re: Something for the little lady
« Reply #50 on: 10 Jul 2005, 13:06 »

As I female, who likes watching her brother play games, dislikes playing games with realistic violence, liked Super Mario Sunshine but found the later missions too hard and loves Animal Crossing to death, I second Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker (best game ever, and with perfect difficulty level for me) and Paper Mario: Thousand Year Door (possibly my joint favoritest game), it's kinda sad that you can't get her to play paper mario. It's a lot more fun than you'd expect a "select moves off a menu" game to be (trying to get perfect timing pressing random buttons should not be that enjoyable).
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zekterellium

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Something for the little lady
« Reply #51 on: 10 Jul 2005, 14:24 »

et - the extra terrestrial on the atari 2600
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« Reply #52 on: 14 Jul 2005, 07:28 »

Quote from: crazybritishsteve
Avatars represent us. Mine represents me. I am evil. You can tell from my avatar. Avatars are not silly. They are part of who you are. You must learn to accept your true avatar. Only then will you find peace.


Does that mean I'm a couchmonster?
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Sideways

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Something for the little lady
« Reply #53 on: 14 Jul 2005, 09:17 »

MMOs.

WoW, City of Heroes, something like that.
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MoiraFae

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Something for the little lady
« Reply #54 on: 14 Jul 2005, 12:07 »

It sounds to me, especially from her usage of Tony Hawk, that she would really like the Sims. You can probably buy some of the older PS2 sims games used for much cheaper, and they're pretty fun. They're not the computer game, but they have features that the pc games don't really have, which can be interesting, too. They have that great ability, too, to allow you to do several different things, like play to fulfill goals, create different groups of people and let them have at, or even just build house after house without having to actually really 'play' with the sims themselves.

Ooh. Also. KD is awesome. 24, did you end up renting it, or have you bought it yet? Do tell how it goes when/if you do ...
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twentyfour

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Something for the little lady
« Reply #55 on: 14 Jul 2005, 13:22 »

haven't rented Katamari D yet. Every weekend has been flooded with relatives visiting(the worst part of living in a province known for it's tourist industry). Next time we're free of blood relatives we play the game and I'll post her response :)
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ebullientsoul

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Something for the little lady
« Reply #56 on: 18 Jul 2005, 09:00 »

Rayman 2 i think she'd like.
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« Reply #57 on: 21 Jul 2005, 14:11 »

My knowledge of GCand PS2 games is limited but i recommend:
Harvest moon (like everybody else...)GC
Mario Smash Bros. melee (Extremely funny if you get 4 players.)GC
Eternal Darkness (principle demands me to suggest this one)GC
Zelda.GC
and Nethack. PC
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