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    I oppose it being exclusively for the Wii U, as the console doesn't offer anything of significance to warrant it.

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    I'd be so excited for SMBU.

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    That would be pretty awesome, the only time I actually got to play Super Monkey Ball was at a friends' house four years ago on a gamecube and I had a heap of fun. I love the whole concept of the game, I'm considering picking the Vita one up sometime later (when the Vita's price drops) and I'd definitely want to check out the Wii U one as well.

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    yes. I'm not even a monkey ball fan and yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Cunning Condor View Post
    yes. I'm not even a monkey ball fan and yes.
    Quote Originally Posted by Miles Prower View Post
    That would be pretty awesome, the only time I actually got to play Super Monkey Ball was at a friends' house four years ago on a gamecube and I had a heap of fun. I love the whole concept of the game, I'm considering picking the Vita one up sometime later (when the Vita's price drops) and I'd definitely want to check out the Wii U one as well.
    Both of you. Get Super Monkey Ball 2 NAOW.

    Also the Vita one looks like it'll be the best Monkey Ball game in years so that ones an awesome choice too.


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    Hmmm...it depends...

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    I'd definitely buy a SMB game for Wii U, as long as they went back to SMB 1 & 2 style of gameplay. And I'd like to use the control stick, not the acceleration, it just feels... ew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. BaconStein View Post
    I agree with Shadi on this one. Monkey Ball belongs on Android and iOS. The console/handheld offshoots are a nice treat, but smartphones and tablets are SMB's new home.
    I completely agree; the motion controls and tablets\smartphones are perfect for SMB. I've enjoyed SMB2:Sakura Edition for hours and I enjoy how the game uses motion controls in such a good way, better than all of the other apps I've downloaded that feature motion control, with Sonic Jump in a close second.

    P.S.: A cousin has the Vita SMB and let me play on it for a while; loved it. It's harder using motion control on a smaller device (Then again, I could just say that everything is harder with a smaller device :P), but the game looks phenomenal.

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    yeah i love the ios version of my monky ball

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaquaza View Post
    I completely agree; the motion controls and tablets\smartphones are perfect for SMB. I've enjoyed SMB2:Sakura Edition for hours and I enjoy how the game uses motion controls in such a good way, better than all of the other apps I've downloaded that feature motion control, with Sonic Jump in a close second.

    P.S.: A cousin has the Vita SMB and let me play on it for a while; loved it. It's harder using motion control on a smaller device (Then again, I could just say that everything is harder with a smaller device :P), but the game looks phenomenal.
    I completely disagree. The lack of accurateness of the motion controls heavily cripples the games, because the level designs gets dumbed down to adjust to the limitations that the motion controls induce.

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