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61. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 10:00 GMT
Good to see that they allow us to play in native resolution, even if I would have preferred if we could switch between them at any time. Sadly I think that the gap between the screens would become longer, so games such as Yoshi's Island DS which uses the screens as one would look slightly off, and aiming would be much harder...
62. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 10:57 GMT
Air Race. I know, not a proper DS game, but when I get to transfer my DSiWare, it'll happen
New name, same game.
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63. Posted: Sun 6th Mar 2011 17:26 GMT
When I read the title, I began to realise the full potential of the 3DS. I have never once considered playing the games again due to more flowing controls on the 3DS, but now you mention it, I would most likely play all my DS games again if the have 3D aspects of gameplay.
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64. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 20:40 GMT
Super Mario, Super Mario, Super Mario...64 Dual ScreenXD
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65. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 20:51 GMT
You guys are gonna replay games just cuz of a new analog pad thing? Maybe I'm just weird....
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66. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 20:56 GMT
Funky Gamer wrote:
Of course! It will be a totally new experience playing games such as Super Mario 64 DS without that D-Pad destroying our thumbs.
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67. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 21:00 GMT
Just 4 days to go and my willpower for holding off of Okamiden until 3DS launch is still going strong!
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68. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 21:05 GMT
Call of Duty, Prime Hunters, and Dementium. (I think that's how you spell it) Basically FPS's.
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69. Posted: Wed 23rd Mar 2011 21:09 GMT
I just ordered Super Mario 64 DS off of amazon today and I hope to have the 3DS by the time the website I requested it through accepts my prize request and mails the game to me.
This makes the third time I'm paying for Super Mario 64 DS; the first two times, I bought them at Gamestop.
Edited on Wed 23rd March, 2011 @ 21:09 by TeeJay
70. Posted: Thu 24th Mar 2011 00:29 GMT
An obvious choice is Mario 64 DS, it's a really neat remake that ends up being almost unplayable because of the controls. I also wonder how much it will improve the Kingdom Hearts games, those were always awkward to control with a d-pad.
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71. Posted: Thu 24th Mar 2011 00:32 GMT
Kingdom Hearts Re:Coded, Super Mario 64, Megaman Starforce 2: Zerker X Ninja, and Digimon World Dawn.
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72. Posted: Thu 24th Mar 2011 00:32 GMT
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73. Posted: Thu 24th Mar 2011 00:35 GMT
To me, the controls were a slight bother, but it didn't make the game almost unplayable. The cicle pad will fix all my grievances, though!
74. Posted: Thu 24th Mar 2011 00:47 GMT
Funky+Gamer wrote:You guys are gonna replay games just cuz of a new analog pad thing? Maybe I'm just weird....Of course! It will be a totally new experience playing games such as Super Mario 64 DS without that D-Pad destroying our thumbs.
True but still, IMO its not really the controls that define the game, its the gameplay and story. I may play a few minutes on some old games, but I don't think its worth it to play through an entire game again just because of a little circle pad.
75. Posted: Sat 2nd Apr 2011 21:40 BST
Pokemon Mystery dungeon. I will finally be able to move diagonally!
Holding down L (or maybe it was R? :/) in the game allows your character to only move in diagonals until you let go of the shoulder button.
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76. Posted: Sat 2nd Apr 2011 22:43 BST
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles titles and Chrono Trigger.
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77. Posted: Sat 2nd Apr 2011 23:50 BST
You know Dragon Quest IX works pretty well with the circle pad. I couldn't see myself really getting into it with the D-Pad, but the circle is defiantly more natural.
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78. Posted: Sun 3rd Apr 2011 03:29 BST
Has anyone tried Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars on the 3DS yet? It's a game I've always been tempted by, but didn't own a DS/lite/i. I'm curious as to how it looks as well, since much of it is polgyons and apparently those look even better on the 3DS... any thoughts?
79. Posted: Sun 3rd Apr 2011 03:44 BST
Super Mario 64 DS, Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days, Pokémon White, and just about any other game where you can move a character in any direction 360° in the play environment (except for the DS Zelda games because they used the Touch Screen, not the Control Pad, but I might return to them anyways).
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80. Posted: Mon 4th Apr 2011 21:53 BST
Found my copy of Mario 64 DS today literally 10 seconds before I placed an order for another one on Amazon. Something told me, "Go look through your DS game cases just to make sure" and sure enough, there it was, hiding out in my Spirit Tracks case. Glad to have saved that little chunk o'cash and to be able to play it with the circle pad tonight after work!
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