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Wii-kly Reviews TigerWoods PGA Tour 10 July 30, 2009

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Hello Fans of Wii-kly Review Tails here with another great review of a Game for our lovely Wii Console today its gonna be Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 that came out for The Wii on 06/28/2009

After a much need for a new game i set out to gamestop to try to find my fill and thanks to a very nice person from Nintendo Life.com (Chatham) he requested me to try this out. And Man am i happy he did. In my Opinion This game deserves more hype then anyone is giving it even if your not a fan of golf theres something fun in this package for everyone whether its using the allplay mode or playing the addictive game of Disc Golf. Tiger Woods comes in 2 different packages one with the game alone, and the other with the newly added accessory the Wii Motion+. Making this game even more fantastic to play you have a huge amount of characters to choose from in the game as well. including Tiger himself. Also added into this game other then stellar graphics wonderful voice overs of ESPN Golf hosts and outstanding Weather Channel functionality which allows you if u have internet connected on your wii to really test your skills. for example if your playing in Wenchester and the actual weather there is hurricane force winds guess what you will be playing in that.  Also other then using a variety of characters you have very many different gamemodes to explore such as the PGA Tour itself where you create your own character from scratch and if wanting to (if you have the Bundled Wii Motion Plus Package) Get Downloadable Content for your character dressing him or her as a rabbit ninja a alien and much more as well as downloading Legendary Golfers from way back yesteryear. Including The GameModes you have a very addictive Party Game Mode as well as The Game “Disc Golf”

The Game is Simply using the Wii Remote like your Throwing a Frisbee the more power you use the farther you drive but also your level of difficulty matters as well as the wind in your area your playing too much more or a akward throw could fade or draw back your shot as is the same in your actual golf game so make sure to time and prepare your shot right.

Overall: Tiger Woods PGA Tour is a great sports title with lots of great features and lots of replay value as well as a lot of great fun for not just you but the whole family to get up and play a nice round of Golf Wii-kly Review Gives This Hole in One a 9/10.

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Wii-kly Review: Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time July 22, 2009

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Wii-kly Review Finally Another Review for wii-kly Review is up and its a special surprise for everyone of the Zelda Franchise thats right you guessed it its The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time! That came out in Nove 23, 1998 on The Nintendo 64 Console & for the Virtual Console Feburary 26,2007.
LOD OOT
The first Zelda game released for the Nintendo 64, was undoubtedly one of the most highly anticipated games of its age. It is also widely considered to be one of the greatest video games ever created. Released on November 23, 1998, it was the first of The Legend of Zelda series to be in 3D (previous games of the series had utilized a front or top-down view). A war occurred approximately ten years before Ocarina of Time’s story begins, known as the Hyrulian Civil War. This war explains the origins of several characters and provides extra backstory to their motives.

The Boy Without a Fairy
Kokiri Forest
The Kokiri Forest In the Kokiri Forest, all the forest children had their own guardian fairies, bestowed upon them by the Great Deku Tree… except for one boy, plagued by nightmares of a girl fleeing an evil man clad in black.

His name is Link. For as long as he could remember, the lonely boy had been ostracized by the other children, never quite fitting in.

That is, until one day when the Great Deku Tree, as he neared death, sent Navi the fairy to deliver the lad a summons. In order to test young Link’s courage, the Great Deku Tree bade Link to venture inside his hollow and break the death curse cast upon him by a wicked man in black.

Link did so without hesitation, but his efforts were for naught; the Great Deku Tree’s death was sealed in the pages of fate before his attempt had even began. With his last breath, the Great Deku Tree bestowed upon Link the Spiritual Stone of the Forest, the Kokiri’s Emerald, and entreated him with a mission: travel to Hyrule Castle and seek an audience with Princess Zelda.

After traveling across Hyrule Field and passing through the Castle Town, Link quickly realized that speaking to the princess of Hyrule would not be a simple matter of knocking on the front door. The gatekeeper denied him entrance, laughing at the notion that a young boy would be given the audience of the royal princess of Hyrule.

Link meets the young Princess Zelda Forced to take matters into his own hands, Link infiltrated the castle, bypassing the frontal gate and evading all the guards in his path. When he reached the castle itself, the raised drawbridge seemed an insurmountable obstacle. However, Link was soon able to discover an unguarded water drain in the castle moat. Barely fitting through the small opening, he managed to squeeze through the hole, emerging within the castle garden. Many more guards were on patrol here, but in a daring display of courage, Link was able to evade them all, penetrating the castle courtyard.
It was in this courtyard where his fate was to converge with the young princess of Hyrule.

Princess Zelda told Link of her prophetic dreams, that she had seen him come from the forest and break through the veil of darkness, bearing hence a green and shining stone, accompanied by a fairy guide. She also warned him of Ganondorf, the desert man clad in black, and his evil intention to steal the Triforce of Legend from the Sacred Realm. With the power of the goddesses, his desire to subjugate the world would be realized. In order to do this, Ganondorf required not only the three Spiritual Stones of Hyrule, but also the mystical Ocarina of Time.

Zelda insisted that Link track down the other two Spiritual Stones, so that they might beat Ganondorf to the Triforce and put an end to his plot.

Link set out for Death Mountain and Zora’s Domain, where he succeeded in assisting both the Gorons and the Zoras in quelling the calamities that Ganondorf had wrought in his pursuit of the Triforce and was awarded with the other two Spiritual Stones, the Goron’s Ruby and Zora’s Sapphire, for his efforts.

Zelda and Impa flee from GanondorfHe then returned to Hyrule Castle to inform Zelda of his success… only to witness his nightmare come to pass. Ganondorf attacked Hyrule Castle, in an attempt to steal the Ocarina of Time, and Princess Zelda was forced to flee with her loyal attendant Impa in order to keep the sacred relic out of from Ganondorf’s hands. As she passed Link on the drawbridge of Hyrule Castle Town, she threw the ocarina into the moat to give him the chance to enter the Sacred Realm and retrieve the Triforce. In hot pursuit, Ganondorf charged across the drawbridge, blasting Link with dark magic when he tried to stand in his way. Dismissing Link as no credible threat to his power, he sped off in his pursuit of the princess.

Link draws the Master Sword Link made his way to the Temple of Time, and proceeded to use the four keys to open the Door of Time. Beyond it lay the Master Sword, the blade of evil’s bane, resting in the Pedestal of Time. Link withdrew the blade, unlocking the gateway to the Sacred Realm. But then something no one could have anticipated happened…the Master Sword, though it accepted Link as its wielder, sealed him away in the Sacred Realm. Ganondorf, who had suspected that Link might have already held the keys to the Sacred Realm, mocked him for practically giving him the Triforce. As Link watched helplessly, Ganondorf passed him by and crossed over into the Sacred Realm… the final thing he saw as everything faded into light… Link Pulls Master Sword

The Hero Of Time The Triforce is a scale that measures the three virtues ruled by the goddesses…Power, Wisdom, and Courage. If the heart of one who holds the sacred triangle carries all three of these forces in balance, that one will acquire the Triforce intact, the divine authority to govern all…however, if one’s heart is not in balance, the Triforce will separate into three parts, and only one part will remain for the one who touched the Triforce…that part which embodies the force that one most believes in.

If an unbalanced heart would seek the Triforce, then that one must strive to acquire the two lost parts, which will rest within two others chosen by destiny who will hold the crest of the goddesses on the backs of their hands.

When Ganondorf laid his hands upon the Triforce, the prophecy came to pass…the Triforce split into its three parts, and only the Triforce of Power remained for Ganondorf.

Ganondorf proceeded to conquer the Sacred Realm, and became the self-proclaimed King of Evil, but his lust for power was not yet satisfied. In order to gain complete mastery of the world, Ganondorf started hunting for those chosen by the goddesses to hold the other two Triforce parts that had escaped his grasp.

There also existed a prophecy of deliverance from evil…it spoke of six sages, who dwelt in six temples. Together with a hero chosen by the goddesses, the awakened ones would bind the evil power and return the light of peace to the world.

Because of the evil power that now flowed from the sacred temples, however, the sages could not hear the awakening call from the Sacred Realm, and so over seven brutal years Ganondorf’s powers of darkness, enhanced by the Triforce of Power, ran unchecked across all of Hyrule.

However, his hunt for the other two pieces was in vain, for their bearers had all but disappeared from the world. His search for Princess Zelda was similarly futile, for she had gone into hiding. Still, Ganondorf’s power went virtually unopposed, and he transformed the once-pristine land into a world of monsters and darkness.

When it seemed that all hope had died, a miracle came in the form of a young man clothed in green, the long-lost Link, who appeared as if from nowhere. A mysterious man named Sheik, one of the survivors of the ancient Sheikah tribe, told him of Ganondorf’s conquest over the last seven years, and of the legend of the sages. Wielding the blade of evil’s bane, Link set out to break the curse on all of the sacred temples.

With this was done, he then returned to the Temple of Time and discovered that there was in fact a seventh sage: Sheik, who was in fact Princess Zelda herself in disguise as a Sheikah to avoid Ganondorf’s pursuits and to await Link’s return all along.

Princess Zelda had been the one chosen to receive the Triforce of Wisdom, and Link in turn had received the third piece, the Triforce of Courage. Link had been completely unaware of this. In revealing herself to him, however, Zelda also exposed herself to Ganondorf, who had been waiting for a moment such as this and promptly kidnapped her, bringing her to his tower fortress, constructed where Hyrule Castle had once stood before its destruction.

The final confrontationLink broke the barrier around the fortress with the help of the six awakened sages. Storming the keep, he confronted Ganondorf, and a climactic battle unfolded over the fate of Hyrule and the Triforce.
Without a strong and righteous mind, Ganondorf could not control the power of the gods, and so he was felled by Link’s hand. The sages, their power now restored, cast the evil incarnation of darkness into the void of the evil realm that had once been the Sacred Realm before Ganondorf’s taint. Princess Zelda herself then sealed the gateway, and thus, Ganondorf the dark lord vanished from Hyrule.

Zelda then instructed Link to lay the Master Sword to rest and close the Door of Time, and he returned to his original time, becoming a child once more. Link, who traveled through time to save the land, would be forever known in legend as the Hero of Time.

Conclusion: Trying to Find anything Bad about this game would be like looking through a Needle in a Haystack. As for the Huge Fans of The Zelda series this is By Far the greatest if not one of the greatest games ever made by Shigeru Miyamoto and his Team and one that should be treasured for many years Wii-kly Review gives this game a 10/10

Wii-kly Reviews: The Conduit July 16, 2009

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Wii-kly Review here after a long absense with a new game to show off that lots of people have had plenty to Say the very hyped game from High Voltage Software The Conduit created specifically for the Nintendo Wii Console.

Now After all the Hype of this wonderful title Wii-kly Review would have to say it has lived up to the hype that HVS has built up as it is selling very well for a console that many people agree shouldn’t have that many great titles but HVS has hear the cries of the Wii Fans and developed this game from the ground up from the controls to the graphic animation to the actually online 12 player co op.
The Conduit
In The Main Story of single player you control Michael Ford a secret agent who has been sort of forced into this secret military organzation known as “The Trust”. With there purpose of guarding Washington for over 300 years as says Mr. John Adams who orders Michael to Destroy Prometheus a terrorist who has brought destruction to the great nation after finishing one of the stages you discover a artifact called The ASE (The All Seeing Eye) which is used for solving puzzles and destroying Ghost Bombs But it turns out that Adams is after the ASE and the destruction of Michael Ford. After going through a huge Alien onslaught Prometheus reveals that Adams plans are for total world domination and Power Thanks to the Help of The Alien Force Known as The Drudges that come from Conduits that you will see lots of in the Game as well as very many different kinds of Drudges. Including The Huge Boss Fights inbetween certain stages. The Drudge
In The Game you will have very many weapons to choose from including Bazookas, hand guns, grenades, and a variety of very intresting and unique Alien weaponry as well as the Trust Suit that Michael Wears that regenerates his health. The Controls are extremely customizeable so if you don’t like say throwing the the grenade with the Nunchuk you can change it to your liking as well as the video features and many more.

Overall: The Conduit has had lots of ups and downs by certain players of the other gaming systems. but in Wii-kly Reviews opinion The Conduit is a Fresh idea that is also the best looking and best feeling game the Wii has to offer. The only complaints we would have to share are the online modes that sometimes will freeze up or leave you in a glitch staring at a sunsetting sky watching other players get killed or leace the room. But Other then that this game has lived up to its Hype in WR’S Eyes and should satisfy any hardcore gamer of the FPS Genre. Wii-kly Review Gives this This Title a Strong 8/10.

SOON Coming Reviews July 16, 2009

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  • New Coming Games:
    Conduit
    Legend of Zelda:Ocarina of Time    
  • Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 OUT NOW
    Okami Coming Soon
    Klonoa Coming Soon

Wii-kly Reviews ONLINE WITH WORDPRESS.COM July 13, 2009

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Wii-kly Review On WordPress.com!
Yes not only NL & Youtube BUT WordPress too!! I have a Special surprise for my viewers & fans I mentioned about a Title coming & I’m Proud to Announce it is Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time Stay Tuned for More Info ^^!!!

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