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Ralizah

OldMan-Tech wrote:

Ralizah wrote:

I want to replay Resident Evil: Revelations with the CPP XL one day. Honestly, the game controlled perfectly fine without it, but it would be interesting to try a different control scheme. It would probably really improve MH3U. Snake Eater 3D is virtually impossible to play without it.

Did you try gyro controls with it. I found them much more accurate and didn't lose the 3d much at all when the sensitivity was up really high!

I can't stand gyroscopic control when it is a significant part of the game, personally.

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OldMan-Tech wrote:

Ralizah wrote:

I want to replay Resident Evil: Revelations with the CPP XL one day. Honestly, the game controlled perfectly fine without it, but it would be interesting to try a different control scheme. It would probably really improve MH3U. Snake Eater 3D is virtually impossible to play without it.

Did you try gyro controls with it. I found them much more accurate and didn't lose the 3d much at all when the sensitivity was up really high!

I can't stand gyroscopic control when it is a significant part of the game, personally.

Normally I would agree as most game just shoehorn it in just to use it but I think its more like pointer controls then most people realize. Far more accurate then dual analog and I don't even want to use my cpp on it its that good! I do understand though where you're coming from. Metal Gear used it and it was forced and not good. Most other games did the same.

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If I was only ever able to have Monster Hunter and EO games in the future, I would be a happy man.

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@Ralizah @OldMan-Tech I see. It's definitely the game that interests me the most out of the four. And for such a huge game, having it on a hand-held could be pretty comfortable.
@OldMan-Tech I did like the feel of the world. The other reason why I didn't play it much is down to circumstances--I had a huge backlog and not much free time, otherwise I'd probably have put a little more effort into learning how to play it. I used a CCP.

I think I've made up my mind. I'll play it without the CPP, and if I'll get it if I feel that it's needed. Thanks a lot for your answers!

I'd go with MH3 too, in fact it is the one I'll get free. A friend of mine has it without the ccp and he says it works fine and is easier than it was in the demo. Anyhow you could you the ccp in other games like RE: Revelations, Metal Gear or Nano Assault. I think it is worth it.

Or you can pick Castlevania. It's much shorter than Monster Hunter but it is one of the best games available for the 3DS.
Edit: ok, I've just seen that your brother already has it. Nevermind then.

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Which one should I get? Kid Icarus: Uprising or Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon? I'm looking for something that can last me for quite a long time, since it's hard to find good games at my place, and I'm going to Singapore to buy one of those.

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I haven't played Luigi's Mansion, but they're pretty different.

If you are patient enough to get used to the controls, Kid Icarus is a blast. Beating the campaign is 9-12 hours, achievements and multiplayer blasted that up to over 100 hours for me. Lots of content in that one.

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darkfenrir wrote:

Which one should I get? Kid Icarus: Uprising or Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon? I'm looking for something that can last me for quite a long time, since it's hard to find good games at my place, and I'm going to Singapore to buy one of those.

That's another tough one but I would go for Kid Icarus because I believe its the best game on the 3ds. Be warned though as a good deal of people didn't like the controls on the ground. Safe bet is Luigi's Mansion which is also a great game but not as deep!

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If I was only ever able to have Monster Hunter and EO games in the future, I would be a happy man.

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darkfenrir wrote:

Which one should I get? Kid Icarus: Uprising or Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon? I'm looking for something that can last me for quite a long time, since it's hard to find good games at my place, and I'm going to Singapore to buy one of those.

Kid Icarus: Uprising has around 25 story missions with adjustable difficulty, hundreds of "idols" to unlock (think trophies from Smash Bros), free-for-all & team match online multiplayer, hundreds of in-game achievements to unlock, and dozens of different weapon choices to play around & choose from.

Needless to say, it can last you a long time, that is if you can get past the akward controls.

Haven't played Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon to compare.

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I haven't played Luigi's Mansion, but they're pretty different.

If you are patient enough to get used to the controls, Kid Icarus is a blast. Beating the campaign is 9-12 hours, achievements and multiplayer blasted that up to over 100 hours for me. Lots of content in that one.

I doubt I'll be able to do multiplayer, I guess I'll see when I go, it's in a few days. >u<;; Thank you for your opinion!

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darkfenrir wrote:

Which one should I get? Kid Icarus: Uprising or Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon? I'm looking for something that can last me for quite a long time, since it's hard to find good games at my place, and I'm going to Singapore to buy one of those.

That's another tough one but I would go for Kid Icarus because I believe its the best game on the 3ds. Be warned though as a good deal of people didn't like the controls on the ground. Safe bet is Luigi's Mansion which is also a great game but not as deep!

Thank you for your opinion too! I guess I'll see when I go to Singapore.

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darkfenrir wrote:

Which one should I get? Kid Icarus: Uprising or Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon? I'm looking for something that can last me for quite a long time, since it's hard to find good games at my place, and I'm going to Singapore to buy one of those.

Kid Icarus: Uprising has around 25 story missions with adjustable difficulty, hundreds of "idols" to unlock (think trophies from Smash Bros), free-for-all & team match online multiplayer, hundreds of in-game achievements to unlock, and dozens of different weapon choices to play around & choose from.

Needless to say, it can last you a long time, that is if you can get past the akward controls.

Haven't played Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon to compare.

Thank you for the opinion too! I guess I'll pick up KI: U, but if I have enough money, I'll pick up Luigi's Mansion too.

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I think you'd get more hours of gameplay out of Kid Icarus: Uprising. Besides what RR529 mentioned, I'd imagine you could spend hours and hours obtaining and fusing weapons. I loved Luigi's Mansion, and I just couldn't get into Kid Icarus: Uprising because of the controls (and fusing weapons messes with my OCD), but I don't think completing the main quest, searching for all the gems and Boos, 3-starring every mission, and completing everything with the Thrill Tower/Scarescraper would add up to as many hours.

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I think you'd get more hours of gameplay out of Kid Icarus: Uprising. Besides what RR529 mentioned, I'd imagine you could spend hours and hours obtaining and fusing weapons. I loved Luigi's Mansion, and I just couldn't get into Kid Icarus: Uprising because of the controls (and fusing weapons messes with my OCD), but I don't think completing the main quest, searching for all the gems and Boos, 3-starring every mission, and completing everything with the Thrill Tower/Scarescraper would add up to as many hours.

Ah, okay. While I'm not exactly the person that will try to perfect everything, if I'm bored, who knows? I might pick it up and try to complete everything. Except those that need multiplayer.

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I'm torn between Harvest Moon: A Tale of Two Towns and LEGO City Undercover: the Chase Begins. Which should I get?

And yes, I already own a lot of the other good games, so don't recommend me to get something else.

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I have been enjoying Tale of Two Towns a lot since I bought it, I already reached the second year and things still feel fresh to me so that means something. However, it is not perfect, there's some slowdown in your farm when too many things are present (nothing gamebreaking but it could still bother you).

However, I have heard Lego City is also pretty enjoyable, just a little short and slightly flawed. From what I heard, it also lags from time to time

Both games look pretty nice, both are the kind of games you could either hate or love.

I guess you could just ask youself which one you'll enjoy more.

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I have been enjoying Tale of Two Towns a lot since I bought it, I already reached the second year and things still feel fresh to me so that means something. However, it is not perfect, there's some slowdown in your farm when too many things are present (nothing gamebreaking but it could still bother you).

However, I have heard Lego City is also pretty enjoyable, just a little short and slightly flawed. From what I heard, it also lags from time to time

Both games look pretty nice, both are the kind of games you could either hate or love.

I guess you could just ask youself which one you'll enjoy more.

pst pst buy Harvest Moon
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The reason I'm not pouncing on ToTT is because I already own 2 HM games.

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Morphtorok wrote:

I have been enjoying Tale of Two Towns a lot since I bought it, I already reached the second year and things still feel fresh to me so that means something. However, it is not perfect, there's some slowdown in your farm when too many things are present (nothing gamebreaking but it could still bother you).

However, I have heard Lego City is also pretty enjoyable, just a little short and slightly flawed. From what I heard, it also lags from time to time

Both games look pretty nice, both are the kind of games you could either hate or love.

I guess you could just ask youself which one you'll enjoy more.

pst pst buy Harvest Moon
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The reason I'm not pouncing on ToTT is because I already own 2 HM games.

I haven't played either games....but I will ask, which Harvest Moon games do you have? And how recently had you played them?

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Ark_Sin wrote:

Morphtorok wrote:

I have been enjoying Tale of Two Towns a lot since I bought it, I already reached the second year and things still feel fresh to me so that means something. However, it is not perfect, there's some slowdown in your farm when too many things are present (nothing gamebreaking but it could still bother you).

However, I have heard Lego City is also pretty enjoyable, just a little short and slightly flawed. From what I heard, it also lags from time to time

Both games look pretty nice, both are the kind of games you could either hate or love.

I guess you could just ask youself which one you'll enjoy more.

pst pst buy Harvest Moon
Huh who said that?

The reason I'm not pouncing on ToTT is because I already own 2 HM games.

I haven't played either games....but I will ask, which Harvest Moon games do you have? And how recently had you played them?

I own A New Beginning (65 hours) and Sunshine islands (7:51 hours).

I've owned ANB for a while, and I just got Sunshine Islands. I play them every other day.

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I can't decide which games I should get, I only have the game Orcarina of time 3D. So I can't choose between the following games: Mario kart 7, Pokemon Black 2 or Fire emblem. Normally I would buy the Pokemon X and Y but they will get released in october, so which game can I play for a long time and Is fun when you go online? Any questions and suggestions are appreciated.

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I would personally go with Mario Kart 7 if you are looking for a good online experience. The Mario Kart games have one of the most active online communities out there even for years to come. Even Nintendo Life at times is know to hold online get togethers every now and again.

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I would recommend Mario Kart or Fire Emblem. Depends on what you are looking for but Mario Kart is a lot of fun, online and off. Fire Emblem will defiantly keep you busy until Pokemon X and Y comes out.

Black and White 2 are a lot of fun but with X and Y coming in a few months I would recommend waiting

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Fire Emblem is incredible, has a ton of longetivity even without DLC due to spotpass and streetpass content. WITH the DLC, you're looking at potentially hundreds of hours of gameplay. It has an amazing story and gripping strategy gameplay.

Mario Kart 7 has good online gameplay and is a lot of fun, but I wouldn't rely on it to carry me over several months.

If you can get only one, get Fire Emblem: Awakening.

I've not play Black/White 2 because I don't want to burn myself out before the new Pokemon games come out, but if they're anything like Black and White you'll get a lot of gameplay out of them. You run the risk of getting your fill of Pokemon before the newest games release, though.

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