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21. Posted: Fri 20th Jul 2012 03:14 BST
LCS and VCS are kinda crappy though
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22. Posted: Thu 26th Jul 2012 22:59 BST
. Heads up my name online on the 3DS and Xbox Live is Bubbab5 to let you guys know. My 3DS FC 5412 9927 8618
23. Posted: Fri 27th Jul 2012 03:37 BST
Cop the Recruit BQ! (Not High Definition but Better Quality!)
24. Posted: Fri 27th Jul 2012 03:44 BST
If Chinatown Wars is given a sequel, it actually did MUCH better on DS then PSP, so if it happens, it'll be on iDevices (how limited...), then DS, then PSP
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Edited on Mon 29th April, 2013 @ 13:07 by theblackdragon
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25. Posted: Fri 27th Jul 2012 03:45 BST
Just for you.
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26. Posted: Fri 27th Jul 2012 03:59 BST
we need a grand theft auto like III and all 3d iterations after
27. Posted: Sat 27th Apr 2013 20:42 BST
Lego city undercover the chase begins!!!! free roam finally
28. Posted: Sat 27th Apr 2013 21:46 BST
Chinatown Wars might have not sold very well on the DS, but the different versions of it on other systems have done well so they know it's a popular title. Perhaps a lot of younger DS gamers weren't considering (or allowed) it. I can play Vice City on my mobile phone, so it would be nice to see a decent GTA on the 3DS. Either another 2d experience, or something like the great 3D games the PSP got.
By the way, the industry term for these "free roamers" is "open-world".
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29. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 06:30 BST
I heard that COP The Recruit on the DS was developed by the team Fernando Velez and Guillaume Dubail. Those guys were famous for being able to push the hardware of the GBA especially for 3D. They did the V-Rally 3, Stuntman, Driv3r on the handheld... it was impressive. Their website : http://vd-dev.com/
I wonder if they are still around... I would love to know what they are doing actually. Maybe they merged with a bigger team ?
I could see them do some great games like Shinen did on the eShop, or work on a bigger project... but they need more resources, nice 3D graphics only doesn't make a nice game today... A racing game maybe ? 3DS has very few to offer in this genre. Great graphics, without the constraints of the open world. To do an open world for the sake of doing one isn't a great idea maybe, if the hardware isn't capable to handle something interesting.
Lego Undercover the Chase doesn't seem to be great... Technically it seems very passable... Couldn't try it myslef but it looks more an average game than a good one. I was thinking that Nintendo and Traveller's Tales will put more efforts into it.
Edited on Sun 28th April, 2013 @ 06:45 by julienpoo
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30. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 06:56 BST
I hope to see Retro City Rampage on 3DS.
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31. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 09:35 BST
I hope to see Retro City Rampage on 3DS.
Definitely! It's awesome. I hope they're working on it.
32. Posted: Sun 28th Apr 2013 22:21 BST
I'm Hoping for a Xenoblade type of Open world on 3DS. I don't know if we will see this type of game although I guess the New Lego game is supposed to be a free roamer. The Lego world is just not my kind of gaming world. I know there are tons of people who love it.
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33. Posted: Tue 30th Apr 2013 02:06 BST
look at all the ps2 ports. san andreas could easily be brought over
34. Posted: Wed 1st May 2013 14:21 BST
Harvest Moon, TLoZ, Heroes of Ruin, and Scribblenauts Unlimited are Open-World.
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35. Posted: Mon 23rd Sep 2013 18:14 BST
I have no idea if it will be free roam, but since I talked about them some messages before I will post it here...
Vellez and Dubail annouced a new game on their webpage : http://www.vd-dev.com/index.html : IronFall
Curious to see what they will be able to bring on 3DS, it's an Eshop title it seems.
36. Posted: Mon 23rd Sep 2013 19:12 BST
no info about "ironfall" on that site. at least i cant find anything besides that pic.
wow vd-dev really made some great games. i LOVED lukcy luke for gameboy and v-rally was pretty cool, too. havent played anything else from them i think ^^
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37. Posted: Tue 24th Sep 2013 01:09 BST
The 3DS could easily handle it, GTA: LCS worked well on the PSP.
But again, Nintendo really wouldn't like that kind of game on their beloved 3D handheld system.
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38. Posted: Wed 25th Sep 2013 03:11 BST
retro city rampage is being ported to the eshop soon its like gta1 ive heard its like gta1 but ive never played any gta games
Edited on Wed 25th September, 2013 @ 03:11 by 1337man1233
39. Posted: Wed 25th Sep 2013 07:36 BST
As much as I hate Assassin's Creed, it would be pretty awesome to see what Ubisoft can do with the series on 3DS(I wouldn't buy it, though, so meh).
Other than that, GTA or maybe a game like Skyrim could get on there. It's possible, it would just take up a ton of memory. They could make a game that takes up 5-6GB if they had the time and such.
Hell, even a 30GB game could technically happen.
40. Posted: Wed 25th Sep 2013 16:14 BST
[quote=SCAR392]As much as I hate Assassin's Creed, it would be pretty awesome to see what Ubisoft can do with the series on 3DS(I wouldn't buy it, though, so meh).
And that's why we'll never get Games like that because people won't buy them. Similar too how Capcom won't bring over any Games too the US if there isn't enough demand for it. The key word being, similar.