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The Wii House: Day Two
Written by James Hobbs

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It's a testament to how ridiculously fun Wii is that we still wanted more after a whole day playing it. Thankfully, Nintendo were more than happy to indulge us, and invited us back the next day for an extended playtest with Twilight Princess.

Whilst there, we also managed to get our hands on the final version of Tony Hawks' Downhill Jam, and get a hands-on with the decidely strange Trauma Center: Second Opinion. It's safe to say we had a great time, and we'd like to thank everyone at Nintendo and Cake for allowing us to lounge around playing games for two days in their house. Read on for our impressions of the second day.

Oh, and we found out why we had to leave the room when the Nintendo rep changed games. Sadly, we're not allowed to say why.


1 - Introduction
2 - Twilight Princess Day 2 impressions
3 - Tony Hawks' Downhill Jam Day 2 impressions
4 - Trauma Center impressions





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