you can read the full review here. thanks to matt casamassina for this review which still has us picking our jaws up off the floor, and for showing us a side of sean connery we never wanted to see: (photo taken from his blog)
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15 Responses to “ign 1st to review wiiware world of goo, likes!”
Amazing. I’ve been playing wog since I got it. I was quite content of coughing up the dollars needed just to play Chapter1.
I am -after preaching since i first got hands on it – out of superlatives.
I love you 2D-boy!
Woo! Well, I was so looking forward to getting World of Goo on WiiWare… but being in the UK I will have to wait for the disc release next year.. Boo!
How much is it going to cost on the US WiiWare? Over here in the UK the cheapest Wii game on disc is like $35-40 (GBP 20.00) Has any pricing been confirmed by your publisher… but no doubt it will end us costing us a lot more than the US WiiWare price.
Can I ask why you decided to go the route of having it released on disc in Europe for the Wii?
From Eurogamer (9/10):
“If there’s any justice, World of Goo will set the internet aflame and earn its creators a million dollars. The members of 2D Boy should be carried around in chariots while this glory lasts – because at some point, they’re going to realise what a murderously high standard they’ve set for themselves, and run away forever.”
Connery has said in interviews that he loves acting, he gets paid for acting, and he will act in anything that someone pays him enough money for — so please, if you’re a fan of his, be aware that his name on the cast does not necessarily mean he’s particularly fond of that production.
(Actually, I like Zardoz. It’s very much a B film, and its trippiness is now very dated, but it never pretends to be anything more and it’s fairly well made for what it is.)
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