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1. Posted: Mon 2nd May 2011 18:59 BST
Title is self-expanatory really. I can't seem to find any, which is really strange
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2. Posted: Mon 2nd May 2011 21:05 BST
Number 2? Says who? >=o]
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3. Posted: Mon 2nd May 2011 21:27 BST
Glad to see it's not completely barren but still, that is a rather dire amount of titles to come out
4. Posted: Mon 2nd May 2011 21:34 BST
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5. Posted: Mon 2nd May 2011 21:40 BST
I thought that funky shooter dream trigger (maybe) game thing made by that one guy was supposed to come out in april Have heard nothing of it
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6. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 03:07 BST
Yes, it's better to rush out games before they're ready for release.
How many of you people remember the DS launch, exactly?
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7. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 03:12 BST
/me raises hand.
Almost nothing for a year...I ended up resorting to buying titles like Need for Speed Underground 2 and Pac 'N' Roll...shudder Finally towards the end of the first year, Canvas Curse and Castlevania: Dawn of Sorrow came out and made life a bit better.
Edited on Tue 3rd May, 2011 @ 03:13 by SwerdMurd
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8. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 11:23 BST
Yes, it's better to rush out games before they're ready for release.How many of you people remember the DS launch, exactly?
..."Sigh"... Obviously it's better to release games when they're ready instead of rushing them out, I'm not saying otherwise. It's just surprising to me that there are so few games which were ready. And I don't remember much about the DS Launch in all honesty, it was that bad?
Edited on Tue 3rd May, 2011 @ 12:08 by Terra
9. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 12:14 BST
DOA comes out at the end of the month and then the summer is arriving with a whole bunch of games!
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10. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 12:22 BST
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So true, I kind of want a new game, but know its better to wait for Summer-Fall, instead of getting another so-so launch game.
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11. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 21:51 BST
Puzzle Bobble / Bust A Move Universe
Steel Diver will be released this Friday
I really think that's pretty much it. My steel diver copy was sent out today...so I guess I'll have it Thursday.
12. Posted: Tue 3rd May 2011 21:59 BST
There obviously hasn't been a lot released since the launch but starting somewhere between eShop and Zelda I think we should see a steady stream of great software. Plus Dream Trigger is out in a week and that one looks very good. By the end of the year I think 3DS will have a great library. Its just a slow starter like the DS was before it.
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13. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 11:49 BST
Has anyone seen footage of the 3DS version of pirates of the carribean? I'm considering that to keep me going until Zelda and the eShop. It's that or Pro evolution, but I'm sure I'd ditch that as soon as FIFA came out - assuming that is any good.
The only difference between this launch lineup and the DS was Mario 64 was there, so we had something big to get stuck into on day one. I would agree that by the end of the year there will be a great set of games out, plus the eShop this month. Besides, I've really enjoyed Pilot Wings, and still have SF4 to dip in and out of.
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14. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 12:56 BST
The 3DS version is an enhanced port of the Wii version so if you can find Wii footage then you can get a good impression of the game that way.
15. Posted: Wed 4th May 2011 13:00 BST
Yeh, it's pretty barren. Summer is going to be good but the fall is going to be beast for the 3DS. I can't wait what next year and the year after holds for this system