Now that the wireless internet capabilities of the DS have been revealed, is it too much to hope for actual online play (i.e. competition) between AC players in the not-too-distant future?!
The lack of online play was (obviously) the biggest disappointment from the original, but - considering how many people here on the Wiener ... er, the W bought the game for the 'Cube - I expect a lot of people around here are gonna buy this title to make up for it.
Looks like you can even use the touchpad to actually TYPE OUT letters, rather than moving the cursor around with the analog stick ... sweet.
(edited by Alessandro on 12.5.04 1313) Alessandro "Hercules" Boondy
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Man, I played the shit out of AC when I got it for Christmas in 2002. However, because of that, I'm not sure if I would play a portable version. Part of the fun of the game was the fact that I was the only Cube owner on my floor, and we had 8 different people stopping by my room to play at different times of the day. The online portion intruiges me.
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I've always found the round "notes" to be more accurate. But as you said, it's a matter of preference and time spent with the game. I enjoyed Rock Band 1 and 2 very much, but nothing will come close to the love I have for Guitar Hero 2.