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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby Heatran5400 » 13 Jan 2013 21:10

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Autosaver wrote:I agree with Poopaloop, I enjoyed it after playing and it is incredibly easy.

You get the star on beating it on your first time, right? I wonder how he would last on the "Bonus Round" where there are more than 4 steps at a given time. NOW talk about difficulty.


No, you get a Star for beating it twice. Which sucks.


Now, I believe you are lying, sir. You only have to beat the final round once to unlock the extra round and get a star.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby ninjaTOASTY » 13 Jan 2013 21:33

Yeah, you get through the first 5 rounds and you get the star, and you unlock the bonus round which you can do if you play again and make it through the 5 rounds again. That's when it gets hard, but it's still manageable. I got every stamp after only playing it less than 10 times.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby Heatran5400 » 13 Jan 2013 22:46

WOW! You got all the stamps in less than 10 times! That, I believe is a great achievement. I played it 5 times and I only have 2 stamps. I still don't feel like playing the extra stage whole attraction. But, everyone has there opinions.

I was wondering what would happen if you got EVERYTHING completed (stars, full percentage, stamps, platinum trophies). Is there maybe a cutscene saying something about it? Also, I know this is a stupid question, the attraction train, other than just playing it, is there a reason for it such as getting a hidden star on it or is it just for fun?

Totally off topic but could someone maybe answer my question? Thanks. :D
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby ninjaTOASTY » 13 Jan 2013 22:58

As far as I know, the Attraction Train is just for fun, but I wouldn't know exactly since I don't have anyone to play it with T_T
And a few tips for Octopus Dance: when the little octopus appears, you can touch the touch screen to make him smaller; if you do this three times when he's about to spit ink, he will barely spit any ink, so you can still look at the Gamepad screen (and I'm pretty sure it still counts for the 3 Inky Moves stamp).
For the 50 Perfects stamp, they don't have to be in a row, so if you miss a few, any perfects you get in the extra stage will count towards it.
Sometimes there will be hearts floating around, and you can grab them by either touching them on the Gamepad or with a Wii Remote.
And last (and this is kinda obvious) in the extra stage, the number on the diver's head is how many beats there will be next, and it will only be 1,2,3,5, and 7. For 1,2 3, and 5, you will do three dance moves, and 7 will have four. There are no extra hearts on the extra stage.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby KingBroly » 13 Jan 2013 23:38

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Autosaver wrote:I agree with Poopaloop, I enjoyed it after playing and it is incredibly easy.

You get the star on beating it on your first time, right? I wonder how he would last on the "Bonus Round" where there are more than 4 steps at a given time. NOW talk about difficulty.


No, you get a Star for beating it twice. Which sucks.


Now, I believe you are lying, sir. You only have to beat the final round once to unlock the extra round and get a star.


The first time through you only go through Round 3, which allows you to go through Round 5, the Final Round.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby ninjaTOASTY » 14 Jan 2013 00:07

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The first time through you only go through Round 3, which allows you to go through Round 5, the Final Round.


You must have done something wrong. The very first time I played it, I made it all the way to Round 5, and got the Platinum trophy. Playing through again on my girlfriend's account (she's never played Nintendo Land before) also let me go to Round 5 on the first try, without stopping me at Round 3.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby KingBroly » 14 Jan 2013 06:55

Octopus Dance is random, right? Or is it a set pattern?
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby Heatran5400 » 14 Jan 2013 08:55

KingBroly wrote:Octopus Dance is random, right? Or is it a set pattern?


It is random in moves but in a set pattern for difficulty, of course.

So, how many stars did everyone collect during the credits? I got 251 stars including the 12 at the end.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby KingBroly » 23 Oct 2013 08:26

On November 1, Nintendo Land is getting a price cut to $29.99 at retail and on the eShop.
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Re: Nintendo Land

Postby Vonter » 11 Nov 2013 01:03

I can't beat this game yet! It so hard.

The final extra stage of Metroid seems to need a lot of patience and luck.
The extra from Zelda I think I need co-op support.
The octopus dance is very random and harsh.
Yoshi (well this is kind of boring, but those rotating fruit levels confuse me).

I have find this game very hardcore, not only because of difficulty.
This game has:

- A second appearance of the Gerudo Valley theme in a Zelda (kind of) game.
- A battle with two Ridleys at the same time. Also Kraid in 3D.
- A clever and attractive redesign of the original DK game.
- An alternate way to control pikmin that could have worked in the third one.

I know many already know this but it's very weird some of this things are not present in the recent games of its respective franchises.
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