Table Tennis has just been released on Wii, and here are the first ten minutes of the game. You'll see menus obviously, and the long first set of one of the first three tournaments's quarter-final. Some impressions and of course the video after the click.
To be honest, it's far from the Xbox 360 version. The feel is disappointing, and there's a strong lack of control due to the mediocre movement recognition. Also, the rather realistic take of the game imposes lengthy sessions, sometimes more than 10 minutes without interruption, and it can be frankly tiring for the wrist because you need to whip the air at each stroke of racket.
But above all, the relative depth of Table Tennis' gameplay doesn't translate too will with the wiimote, which is oftenly manipulated with a bit of confusion, and some buttons are quite hard to reach - especially in the heat of the moment. In short, the game pays its origins and its lack of simplicity, on a console where you don't want to complicate your life. Wii Sports can sleep peacefully.
If you don't want to disagree.. fine.. but don't pretend to argue and then just use ad hominem instead. (51 minutes ago)
And no, I haven't played Argo yet. I still know what Argo is. How much Argo have you played? Is this your new thing? Creeping playtime? We should do deeper stats creeping it's much more fun ;) (52 minutes ago)
@aphex187: More great points all around. The root of every argument you have is "omg lol!" Great discussion. (53 minutes ago)
Milsim though....and plz don't bring Argo into this, a game you probably haven't even touched lol. (56 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: you're always right though aren't you and it's funny because when your talking about something you either don't own the game or your hours like insurgency are practically nothing lol (58 minutes ago)
yeah agreed. Nothing like getting that Soldier stunt driver skin instead of an event specific one D: (2 Hours ago)
And a bunch of dances and voice lines. (2 Hours ago)