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Happy_Mask

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Iceberg

2,682. Posted:

I find I play light vs dark a lot more than the story mode. I'm like that with most games though, I like multiplayer best.

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WingedSnagret

2,683. Posted:

Happy_Mask wrote:

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Wow, that is so freaking cool! And it actually works on mine! I remember seeing pictures of it last year, that was amazing. So I guess there ARE more then 205 Idols...

Oh and me and my older sister watched Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightening Thief last night. After about 5 minutes into the movie, I had an urge to play a certain game. I actually battled Hewdraw at the same time as the movie! XD And I realized how much I love this game, haven't played it for quite a while, now I am doing so again, and my skill has deceased somewhat (I used to be able to clear most chapter at 8.0, now I find myself dying to 7.0 or even 6.0!), ah well, still fun! :D And let me just say, if there were proper Syrens in Uprising (not the monsters by the same name) the game would definitely be rated T. ;)

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Emaan

2,684. Posted:

I find it hard to replay the levels for some reason. I'm a story kind of gamer, so its strange for me to replay certain levels, knowing what's going to happen already. Maybe I might just replay them with the dialogue turned off? But then its all quiet. I don't know. :O

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WingedSnagret

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Emaan wrote:

I find it hard to replay the levels for some reason. I'm a story kind of gamer, so its strange for me to replay certain levels, knowing what's going to happen already. Maybe I might just replay them with the dialogue turned off? But then its all quiet. I don't know. :O

I know how you feel. But Uprising does have hilarious dialog that I love to hear over and over again, (plus you sometimes hear lines you never heard before at certain times) so it isn't that hard for me to do, at least with this game.

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Emaan

2,686. Posted:

I haven't played mine since I beat it in April. :O

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WingedSnagret

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I haven't played mine since I beat it in April. :O

Wow, and I thought I haven't played it for a while! :o

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Emaan

2,688. Posted:

Lol yeah. I consider it my favorite 3DS game so far, but I just haven't played it since then.

I guess I like to space out my experiences. Like after I beat a Zelda game for instance, I don't touch it for like a long time. Games like Mario are easier to wander back to. For me, the story based games are experiences like movies, as in I don't like to jump right back in after the emotional investment. :p

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Jayr006

2,689. Posted:

Hi everyone,
I am new here and I am trying to do 9.0 in all chapters but I can't pass the chapter 13 no matter what I do.
I have a cannon 3 ranged with +4 overall defense,+4 health,+ 4 recovery effect,+3 heart bonus.
Any tips will be very useful . :)

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Knuckles

2,690. Posted:

@Jayr006 I have many friends in the KI:U link below that could help you, including at least 2 people that have 9.0 on all chapters, and another is just as good as the E3 2012 KI:U champ. :)

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Jayr006

2,691. Posted:

Oh,thanks for the quick answer. I will make a post in that topic. Maybe one of them could help me a lot. Thanks.

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DestinyMan

2,692. Posted:

I haven't played this game much over the past few months either. I still think it's my favorite 3DS game and it's a wonderful game, but like Emaan wrote, I treat this game like a movie experience. Unlike many Nintendo games, this game is heavily story-based, and while it is entertaining to listen to the funny dialogue as you play, sometimes I just prefer to play the levels themselves and end up turning off the dialogue for a while. Sometimes the surprise and impact like of a movie wears off after so many playthroughs. Thus, I don't play Kid Icarus Uprising as much as New Super Mario Bros. 2 or Mario Kart 7. Again, still a wonderful game, but it's best to keep the experience fresh.

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2,693. Posted:

Yeah, this game has to be one of the best for the 3ds. The controls sre as accurate as they will get. Even though I refuse to complete the Ring of Chaos on 9.0 which is the last level to complete all on 9.0, I enjoy the multiplayer more than solo. I'd really enjoy having some skilled players to compete with. I've gotten good but will never perfect the game.

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Marcus09

2,694. Posted:

Does anybody knows if Kid Ikarus Uprising will see its ways into the eshop?

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Birdman

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@Marcus09 - Probably. The reason SM3DL, MK7, SF64 & LoZ:OoT were chosen to be added to the eShop is probably because they were around last holiday season while Uprising wasn't, so Nintendo is trying to squeeze a little more money out of them and let their titles from this year carry their holiday lineup. I'm sure it'll arrive on the eShop eventually, just wait a little longer.

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Xyphon22

2,696. Posted:

So I just beat this game, and I was wondering how much of a point there is to playing more. I know that for completionists' sake I can try to get all the idols and finish the treasure hunts and try to beat on 9.0 and such, but is there really any incentive other than pride? Is there more to the story or game that I'm missing with just one playthrough? I only ask because I have a lot of other games to play (I haven't played much of Xenoblade or Last Story yet and I'm getting Zero Escape: VLR this weekend and I'd like to get into those more), and since I'm really not much of a completionist unless there is a point to it gameplay/storywise, should I just set this aside and move on to those other games? Thanks for any advice.

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WingedSnagret

2,697. Posted:

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So I just beat this game, and I was wondering how much of a point there is to playing more. I know that for completionists' sake I can try to get all the idols and finish the treasure hunts and try to beat on 9.0 and such, but is there really any incentive other than pride? Is there more to the story or game that I'm missing with just one playthrough? I only ask because I have a lot of other games to play (I haven't played much of Xenoblade or Last Story yet and I'm getting Zero Escape: VLR this weekend and I'd like to get into those more), and since I'm really not much of a completionist unless there is a point to it gameplay/storywise, should I just set this aside and move on to those other games? Thanks for any advice.

Well, story wise, especially if you take different paths and/or find secret areas you'll hear new dialogue if you replay though the chapters. Also there is multiplayer and making new weapons.

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rayword45

2,698. Posted:

If you're a fan of the multiplayer, there's two options which both add a lot to gameplay
As you stated, there's the completionist's extras with treasure hunts and idols.
And you can search for secret areas.

Outside of that, no not much, but if you do go for the acheivements, this will last you quite a long time. Best $15 I've ever spent.

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Xyphon22 wrote:

So I just beat this game, and I was wondering how much of a point there is to playing more. I know that for completionists' sake I can try to get all the idols and finish the treasure hunts and try to beat on 9.0 and such, but is there really any incentive other than pride? Is there more to the story or game that I'm missing with just one playthrough? I only ask because I have a lot of other games to play (I haven't played much of Xenoblade or Last Story yet and I'm getting Zero Escape: VLR this weekend and I'd like to get into those more), and since I'm really not much of a completionist unless there is a point to it gameplay/storywise, should I just set this aside and move on to those other games? Thanks for any advice.

Replaying a chapter on a higher difficulty gives you a greater probability of acquiring better and more rare weapons/power ups. And from there you can forge numerous upon numerous weapon/stats combinations to use in Multiplayer mode. Tons of replay value if you're into competitive online gaming.

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Whopper744

2,700. Posted:

So looks like I may be playing through a third time. :p
I have gathered everything but I just like to play for the fun of it now for the most part.

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