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61. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 20:37 GMT
Need for Speed: The Run. I really enjoyed the entire game, especially the online modes and you'll be able to read my review here at Nintendo Life this week, because I'm starting it today.
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62. Posted: Mon 6th Feb 2012 04:55 GMT
idk i dont know TBD's gender
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63. Posted: Mon 6th Feb 2012 05:29 GMT
all righty, my presence has been requested, and so it's time to get this thread back on track.
first of all, to clarify: yes, reader reviews have long been disallowed here on the forums. No, there is nothing in the Community Rules about it, but it's been actively enforced ever since that announcement was made. However, I had given this thread a pass back when it first started because at that point it was a bit more like an 'impressions' thread, which we do allow, and it wasn't the typical 'this is my thread for my reviews' kind of thing that had run rampant around when this particular rule was announced.
I see the thread has morphed more toward actual 'reviews', though, and it needs to get back to 'impressions' — please cool it with the numerical scores and images, keep it to a paragraph or so about how you felt about the game (trim the useless fluff about the game's history/background/etc.), and you should be 'impression'y enough to keep this thread open, guys. If anyone here would like to continue with more complete 'reviews', as always you are more than welcome to post them to your own webspace (a blog, a tumblr, whatever) and then link to them in your profile or signature.
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Edited on Mon 6th February, 2012 @ 05:30 by theblackdragon
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64. Posted: Tue 7th Feb 2012 13:49 GMT
So reviews are a negatory, got it. I've bought quite alot of 3DSware titles over the past few months and here are my thoughts:
3D Classics Kirby's Adventure - Fun NES title thats hard to fault, but if I were to pin point, I would say the S3D and screen size leave alot of room for improvement, also, pressing up for flying seems so awkward after playing the later Kirby installments. Overall I enjoyed it even if I am burnt out on Kirby games.
3D Classics Twinbee - The best shooter on the eShop by far(DSiware counts too). I find the S3D to be the best in all the 3D classics so far, just love the way the ground pops back with all the little details intact. Even by todays standards, it manages to be accessible thanks to the power ups.
3D Classics Urban Champion - I'll be honest here, I enjoyed Urban Champ on the NES and I still do now, and now that its portable, it fits very well. The S3D is impressive even with some ghosting issues, and the 3D models have that novelty look that doesn't wear off. Yes it is repetitive, but its great for short play sessions when you're on commute.
Freakyforms - Great creator tool, Bad platforming game... something like a LBP lite. Being able to share your creations via QR code is a plus, but yeah... not my type of game. My siblings loved it though.
Mighty Switchforce - Awesome, awesome game... I love it to bits and its not just for the artwork. The Puzzle mechanic is unique and especially neat when you use it against your enemies. Of all the 2D games I have played, this game has the best S3D effect, both for pop out and window effect. The sprite work are reminiscent of the MegamanX games but more detailed and fluid... )I can't wait for the next Wayforward game). If I were to nit pick, it is the length, but it doesn't bother me much since this is a Speedrun game.
Mutant Mudds - A remarkable love letter to all retro platformers for all the right reasons. Attractive Spritework, Catchy tunes and tight gameplay are just enough to tide me over, but the 3 Layer levels is what made me love it even more. The S3D really complements the game, though not as good as MSF. Best platformer on the eShop by far.
Pushmo - The definite staple to the eShop that could very well pass for a retail game, even without the user generated content. I really cant find much to bash about it... but I don't think its the best eShop game IMO. Also, This is the first game where I find it more straining to play in 2D.
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65. Posted: Wed 8th Feb 2012 21:33 GMT
So far I've done Plants vs. Zombies, Rabbids 3d and RE:revelations
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66. Posted: Fri 10th Feb 2012 02:37 GMT
Slapshot wrote:Need for Speed: The Run. I really enjoyed the entire game, especially the online modes and you'll be able to read my review here at Nintendo Life this week, because I'm starting it today. You enjoy everything you review.
You must have missed this review then: NASCAR Unleashed.
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67. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 12:03 GMT
Sonic Generations:Really good,re-playing the classic stages in 3D,made me nostalgic,especially Mushroom Hill from Sonic & Knuckles.It has many missions and content to unlock,but my main gripe is that the game is incredibly short and could have used many Sonic 3 levels(mainly because that was my favorite sonic game ever)especially something like Ice Cap Zone and the missions are really tedious to unlock,you either use 5 play coins to unlock mission per mission or play a stage like 10 times and get S ranks in every level,it's really tedious,i tried the online mode yesterday,it's pretty good,it has a bit of lag,but barely noticeable.
That's the only 3DS game i have so far,i bought my 3DS a couple of days ago,but i plan on getting Super Street Fighter 4 and Dead or Alive Dimensions and a bunch of other games,i'll have more impressions as i buy new games,but for now i'm broke XD
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68. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 12:26 GMT
Super Mario 3D Land 100% in about 20 hours great mario game i really enjoyed it.
69. Posted: Sun 12th Feb 2012 12:26 GMT
70. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 05:06 GMT
Twin Bee: 3D Classics! Not quite as desseving in my opinion as Nintendo Life's 9 score, mainly because of the weakling Boss battles and because you get far too powered up to the point where levels become Beebop-Breezey...That is until you die where the game slips right back to being a tough as nails(in the later levels) roller coaster ride to planet Gorlack. If anything, i loved some of the quirky enemies such as the evil flying forks and the Bullet blasting hands especially. The 3D effect is pretty great, especially when you're cruising over some of the vivid hill infested landscapes! I enjoyed it overall but not quite on the level as most people.
Xevious: 3D Classics! I may be in the mega minority, but i actually kind of enjoyed this one a tiny tinkly bit more than Twin Bee. Must of been the intense and 'on your radical toes' rock hard challenge and the fact that it felt like i was blasted back in time a couple of years before i was even born where wood panel design and Disco hair long bowl cuts were the norm. I just wish there was more variety and a bit more creativity going on as it comes off a bit generic(which is where Twin Bee has the upper hand) But it's fun regardless. It keeps it simple, Pure and basic. And the 3D effect was pretty amazing.
Edited on Mon 13th February, 2012 @ 10:54 by WaveBoy
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71. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 05:46 GMT
all righty, my presence has been requested, and so it's time to get this thread back on track.first of all, to clarify: yes, reader reviews have long been disallowed here on the forums.
first of all, to clarify: yes, reader reviews have long been disallowed here on the forums.
Why don't you allow reader reviews? Isn't that like someone's own impressions of a game? It gives us a better understanding of how they enjoyed the game.
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72. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 05:49 GMT
theblackdragon wrote:all righty, my presence has been requested, and so it's time to get this thread back on track.first of all, to clarify: yes, reader reviews have long been disallowed here on the forums.Why don't you allow reader reviews? Isn't that like someone's own impressions of a game? It gives us a better understanding of how they enjoyed the game.
Try clicking on that link you provide TendoBoy and read the article it states there.
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73. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 22:44 GMT
I just beat Cave Story 3D. I had put off buying the wiiware and dsiware versions so this was my first time to play Cave Story. If anyone is still on the fence about giving this game a try then I would like to assure them that it is really very great. I really liked the graphics on the 3DS, lots of the environments were really beautiful, and I'm glad it was my first version of Cave Story. Quite challenging at times, especially grabbing that prinny cap, which I have absolutely no idea why I did... what is that thing for? Anyway, highly recommended!
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74. Posted: Mon 13th Feb 2012 23:35 GMT
I recently finished Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. Man I was really REALLY missing out on this game series. the first time I tried Fire Emblem The Sacred Stones I thought to myself, "meh...this game doesn't seem to be my kinda game genre" (not having played Tactical RPG's prior to this game...or real core RPG's for that matter)..........well I dropped 12 hours and 26 minutes on that first play......I PLAYED FROM 12 MIDNIGHT TO 12 NOON PEOPLE!! INSTANTLY HOOKED!!God this game has opened my eyes to the real RPG genre.....NEED. MORE. O.O
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75. Posted: Tue 21st Feb 2012 01:10 GMT
Exactly what the person above me said.Also:I recently beat Nano Assault! Oh man! This game was greeeat! First off, it's a spinoff(?) of the Nano Stray series. It's a 3D shoot'em up! It's not that hard though. I was expecting more of a challenge. The 3D effect is outstanding. Easily the best use of the 3D effect! Barely beating Revelaitons!( Which I also just beat. Great game!) It's intense, love it. The controls are ok and the flying sections don't have inverted controls plus you can't customize them. So that really got me mad. Other than thou, it's fine. Awesome graphics and great albeit limited soundtrack. I can't recommended this game enough.It's only $12 on Amazon! Get it!
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76. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:03 GMT
I'm serious — as I've already said, full reviews are not kosher on the forums. Keep it to a paragraph or so, drop the images, and lose the scores; save the full reviews for your own webspace. If you didn't save a copy of this review on your computer, get in touch with me and I can forward you a copy of this original post. thank you! — TBD
Edited on Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 02:35 by theblackdragon
77. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:06 GMT
i beat resident evil revaltion great better than the other 3ds resident evil game and nano assault good game very intertaining and im half way through tales of the abyss im at the part where luke got a hair cut playing on hard cuz i didnt unlock unknown sadly but tales of the abyss is probaly going to be the best rpg on 3ds cause its a tales game
Edited on Thu 23rd February, 2012 @ 02:08 by Chuie
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78. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:13 GMT
I'm glad i experiencd this 3D bad boy in the proto man processy
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79. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:19 GMT
I'm glad i experiencd this 3D bad boy in the proto man processy
I'm glad i experiencd this 3D bad boy in the proto man processy
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80. Posted: Thu 23rd Feb 2012 02:22 GMT
(theres a couple corrections misspelled words writes down on note paper)