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China Rips Off Super Mario Galaxy in Duludubi Star

China Rips Off Super Mario Galaxy in Duludubi Star

In the past, other companies have created machines that look and operate similar to the Wii. It hasn’t been until now, however, that a game has blatantly ripped off a title on Nintendo’s console. Take a look at the screenshots of Duludubi Star (a Chinese title made for the PC) below and you may be reminded of a certain Wii game: Super Mario Galaxy. It really is amazing how similar Duludubi Star is. It features the same types of locations, gameplay, and moves – Almost everything you’d expect in a Mario Galaxy spinoff!

Oh China, first you create the Vii and now you have Duludubi Star. What’s next? Some sort of rickshaw racing game or maybe a chicken that runs really fast?

Marvel Super Hero Squad Game Teaser Trailer

Why am I exicted for this game when I should be fanboy wanking to Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2?

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years Coming to Wii

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Finally the sequel to one of the best Final Fantasy games is coming to the Wii. Originally a mobile game, The After Years was only released in Japan but finally the rest of the world gets the chance to see what happened to following the conclusion of Final Fantasy IV.

FF IV was one of the first games I ever played and it stuck with me for years to come. When everyone was screaming about how fucking cool Cloud and Sepiroth were in FF VII, I was remembering Cecil’s transformation to a Paladin, Rosa’s time among the summon beasts, and the dramatic reveal that Kain had betrayed his friends.

Along with Shining Force and Xenogears, no one game has had such a huge impact on me artistically and creatively. Knowing that this game is coming to Wiiware overwhelms me, especially since I just played through Final Fantasy IV DS for the third time (I need all those augments and My Whyt isn’t maxed out yet).  The only problem I have with Final Fantasy IV: The After Years is the graphics are still assy SNES graphics. Really, Square Enix? You couldn’t just use FFIV DS as the base for this game and create new 3d models? 

Anyway, I’m going to spent the Wii points to get this because I need to know what happens to Cecil and the other FF IV’ers. 

If you want more details on the game or to see how terrible the graphics are visit Final Fantasy IV: The After Years.