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MrArcade

They should definately make a theatrhythm-type game for Mario, Zelda or Megaman.
I would buy any of those.

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CapnPancakez wrote:

If you have even a remote appreciation for videogame soundtracks, then you owe it to yourself to check out Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. I'm having a blast with the game and this is from someone who has barely played the series.

I like music, but I can't stand "Press The Correct Button at the Correct Time" Style gameplay that most music games utilize, so I'm gonna pass.

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Mickeymac wrote:

CapnPancakez wrote:

If you have even a remote appreciation for videogame soundtracks, then you owe it to yourself to check out Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. I'm having a blast with the game and this is from someone who has barely played the series.

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I like music, but I can't stand "Press The Correct Button at the Correct Time" Style gameplay that most music games utilize, so I'm gonna pass.

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timing? In my video games? Why I never...

that being said, the music is a dumb reason to get the game since you can listen to video game music on the internet and you won't have gameplay or graphics distracting you from it

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ThePirateCaptain

I'm not that big a fan of music/rhythm games either but I just found TFF to be really fun and refreshing. Of course that could also be because I don't play a lot of the genre. Anyway, if you don't like rhythm games and just want to listen to the music online, go ahead. If you like rpg's and music games then this game would be fantastic for you.

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Bankai

kkslider5552000 wrote:

Mickeymac wrote:

CapnPancakez wrote:

If you have even a remote appreciation for videogame soundtracks, then you owe it to yourself to check out Theatrhythm Final Fantasy. I'm having a blast with the game and this is from someone who has barely played the series.

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I like music, but I can't stand "Press The Correct Button at the Correct Time" Style gameplay that most music games utilize, so I'm gonna pass.

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timing? In my video games? Why I never...

that being said, the music is a dumb reason to get the game since you can listen to video game music on the internet and you won't have gameplay or graphics distracting you from it

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What ridiculous logic. Interacting with music makes the experience of the music far more engaging - active vs. passive.

You know that thing called dancing? That thing that billions of people have been doing since the monkeys first evolved into humans? People like a song so much they want to move in time with it! They don't have to, and they could just sit down and listen to the song, but they find it more rewarding to dance.

Functionally a music/ rhythm game is no different to dancing. People are interacting with music they like rather than passively listening to it. The only real difference is that it's less physical than dancing.

Now no doubt you're going to come back with a "witty" comment something along the lines of how your opinion that dancing is stupid makes you right and billions of people that like it are all stupid.

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kyuubikid213

I have to recommend Resident Evil Revelations. It isn't scary, but it is a fun game. Raid mode and the different difficulties make the fun go on for a while...

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Chrono_Cross

PrimedMetroid wrote:

I agree. $39.99 is too much, but at $4.99 (at times) or even at $19.99, it's worth a go.

I got mine for $11.99 and I can't put it down. Of course, there isn't a surplus of content but for what it has, it's definitely my favorite Pilotwings title.

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Chrono_Cross wrote:

PrimedMetroid wrote:

I agree. $39.99 is too much, but at $4.99 (at times) or even at $19.99, it's worth a go.

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I got mine for $11.99 and I can't put it down. Of course, there isn't a surplus of content but for what it has, it's definitely my favorite Pilotwings title.

I bought my copy on eBay for $10.50 and I think it is worth it. I agree that the amount of content is low, but the graphics and gameplay that are there are high quality. Also, there are four save slots so the spouse and kids can join in the fun as well. My kids really like the game, especially the free flight mode, though they are not too good at it.

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CommanderAudio

How good is Sonic Generations for 3DS? Should I just get the Steam version instead?

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CommanderAudio wrote:

How good is Sonic Generations for 3DS? Should I just get the Steam version instead?

I haven't played the 3DS version, but the general consensus is that the HD versions/Steam is the way to go. I had a pretty good time with it, and it's a nice bonus that you get the original Sonic game on Genesis with it.

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PhantomMiria

i was thinking of trading in my super mario 3d land for new super Mario world 2 what do you think

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PhantomMiria wrote:

i was thinking of trading in my super mario 3d land for new super Mario world 2 what do you think

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MikeDanger

no problem man, I may had sound rude but SML3D is a classic game that made history and saved the 3DS and Nintendo from failure! NSMB 2. Is just a fad that will fade away when the next great game releases.

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Emaan

I don't think I appreciated how wonderfuly inventive SM3DL was until after I finished the game. It didn't seem all that spectacular at first, but it really had some cool ideas.

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Emaan wrote:

I don't think I appreciated how wonderfuly inventive SM3DL was until after I finished the game. It didn't seem all that spectacular at first, but it really had some cool ideas.

I've actually started playing through it again and forgot how fun it was!

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