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21. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 03:34 BST
Are there even that many GB games worth buying again? I know there's Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Wario, Pokemon, but I'm having trouble coming up with many others I'd be at all interested in... I certainly wouldn't mind playing Shantae.
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22. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 03:54 BST
I dunno about you, but I'm looking forward to:
Mega Man VSuper Mario LandSuper Mario Land 2Final Fantasy LegendsFinal Fantasy Legends 2Final Fantasy Legends 3Final Fantasy AdventuresKid Icarus: of Myths and MonstersBoth Blaster Master games (because I forget which ones were good)Kid DraculaKirby in DreamlandKirby Dreamland 2Duck TalesTetrisDonkey Kong CountryDragon Warrior I & IIDragon Warrior IIIDragon Warrior Monsters 2 both versionsPokemon GoldCrystalisWario Land 2Wario Land 3WarlockedShantaeTrip WorldMr. GimmickWendy: Every Which WayAsterixBionic Commando: Elite ForcesNinja Gaiden ShadowMonster MaxNemesis 2Hammerin' HarryWorld Heroes 2 JetKing of Fighters '96Battle Arena ToshidenMagical ChaseQuarthVattle GiuceSolar StrickerTraxAerostarBattle Unit ZeothBurai Fighter Deluxe / Space MarauderToki ToriCat TrapChalvo 55Gargoyle's QuestSurvival KidsNinja Boy 2Rolan’s CurseRolan’s Curse IIAzure DreamsMetal WalkerCave Noire (japan only)Dragon HeartGreat GreedKnight QuestSword of Hope 1 & 2Cannon FodderKingdom CrusadeAnother BibleRevelations: The Demon Slayer
and that's just the short list.
Edited on Mon 9th May, 2011 @ 21:26 by CanisWolfred
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23. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 07:32 BST
I dunno about you, but I'm looking forward to...
Where did that list even come from? Have you actually played all/many of those games? I haven't even heard of a number of them. Haha. You did remind me of a few though, such as the Megaman Xtreme games, and others you've mentioned.
I think the main thing though is how the games have aged. What was "good" when the GB was on the market isn't necessarily the kind of thing I would want to pay for today.
Edited on Sun 8th May, 2011 @ 07:38 by moosa
24. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 19:02 BST
Where did that list even come from?
Games I've played, games friends have played, games I've watched on youtube, games I just heard of off-hand. And again, that's just the short list. I could easily double it and I'm already thinking of games I forgot.
To me, games don't age. If they were good back then, they're good now. There are games that are praised that I question whether they were ever good in the first place, but usually a good game will always be a good game, at least in my book. It all depends on your perspective.
25. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 19:17 BST
I won't even be interested in the 3DS VC until a Pokemon game comes out on it.
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26. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 19:35 BST
Megaman Xtreme 2.Resident evil Gaiden or Super mario land 2 im fine with that hopefully nintendo does all my fav classic games redone in 3D like with SMW
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27. Posted: Sun 8th May 2011 21:11 BST
Gameplay videos, for the curious.
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28. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 02:27 BST
I believe in the philosophy that good game design is always good, but there are a lot of reasons why some games won't age as well as others. There could be imperfections that we were a lot more willing to put up with back then than today. Maybe a game had some really cutting edge ideas that made it exciting when it came out despite not being very refined. Maybe there have just been a lot of more recent games that have done all the same things a lot better than the older game. And on top of that, people change, tastes change and expectations change. I know that when I was a kid, I was a lot more patient and willing to put up with crap in videogames in order to squeeze as much fun as I could out of them. Since I've gotten older my standards have raised, and I'm not interested in wasting my time or money on a sub-par experience.Some games absolutely are timeless, and even if they show some age are always fun to go back to. It's definitely a result of solid gameplay design and shows again that good games are not a result of technology. I think this is one of the big things that sets Nintendo apart as a development company, as virtually all of their good games end up this way.
29. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 03:50 BST
Is Link's Awakening going to be the Color version or the original? (mildly off topic)
Edited on Mon 9th May, 2011 @ 03:52 by Kid_A
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30. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 03:57 BST
What they've shown has been Link's Awakening DX, the Color version. I'd imagine it'll be that.
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31. Posted: Mon 9th May 2011 03:58 BST
Kid_A wrote:Is Link's Awakening going to be the Color version or the original? (mildly off topic)What they've shown has been Link's Awakening DX, the Color version. I'd imagine it'll be that.
if you look in the booklet that came with the 3DS it seems to show both super mario land and links awakening DX in colour i believe