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Topic: Worst Nintendo Published 3DS game In your opinion.

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Yosheel

Yeah, Island Tour is not a terrible game by any means, but it is really weak compared to previous Mario Parties (specially compared to DS).

It's almost like it was meant to be preinstalled software. It feels more like a small complementary part of the system than a fully featured game.

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Yeah I don’t know either.

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Captain_Toad

If you already put your guesses in then you guessed incorrectly, it's Steel Diver [not sub wars, mind you] The story sounds like it came out of Mach Rider for the Nes. [heh, cool] Two words: Mandatory touch-control. No buttons whatsoever. Thank goodness they did that in the sequel. And I'm not too fond of the emblem system either.

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Nincompoop

No one mentioned Chibi-Robo! Photo Finder because it's so dull no one remembers it.

As for non-Nintendo published 3DS games, Dream Trigger 3D is the worst. I have absolutely no idea how this game gets published, the gameplay is so convoluted that you want to throw it away after playing through the tutorial.

Nincompoop

Yosheel

In the case of worst 3rd party game, Myst 3DS is the easy winner.

Not only is it a prime example of bad ports and a sin agaisnt gaming, part of it is actually completely unplayable. The only way to beat it is looking up the final answer and skipping that part.

Whoever programmed it (there's no way more than one person was involved in the project) did a terrible job and should feel ashamed.

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PicklePants24

Adventure Time 3ds bad graphics boring game pretty confusing next would be Lego Jarrasic Park most boring lego 3ds game after would be Yoshis new iland 3ds very disappointing I prefer Yoshis Iland Ds

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StephenYap3

Mario Party: Island Tour
The perfect result of the luck-based factor taken too far out of proportion. I couldn't even win a board game even after winning all the mini games that came to be in each match! I'd go the extra mile and say that this game has more problems than 9, 10, Star Rush, and even Paper Mario: Sticker Star had!

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andrew20

to me is any rymhm haven game we got digtaily and the foresed the demo on you also all of those disney magial world and style savy games they really force them on you why not they bring more rpg games over or make some better games like mario 3d land 2 on paper mario 64 remake

andrew20

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andrew20

@StephenYap3 i like sticker star a little bit only due to it being my first

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andrew20

@PicklePants24 the first one was good but the others where a huge disaporment

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Harmonie

Sticker Star is in the running for the most disappointing game Nintendo has ever produced for me. It takes everything that made the original Paper Mario's great, and removes them. It's a hollow shell of the Paper Mario series.

I couldn't even get through most of the game. The lack of a level up system was really frustrating. Why? Because that made fighting enemies completely and utterly pointless. Combined with the sticker system, fighting enemies was only burdensome because you would lose stickers fighting them. Granted you would gain some back for fighting them, but what is the point of fighting them to begin with?

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Yoshi

Did we seriously just necro a two year old thread?

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Joeynator3000

Yoshi wrote:

Did we seriously just necro a two year old thread?

Ugh...
Not sure what to do....I'll let another mod decide here.
EDIT: Actually, @Meowpheel locked another thread that was revived by the same user. So I'm gonna go ahead and lock it.

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Joeynator3000

gcunit

Unlocking - perfectly reasonable to revive such a thread, surely. What would be the point in starting a new one?

And just to keep it on topic, I'll say Sticker Star. Could be plenty others worse than this, but I generally avoid poorly rated games, but I made an exception for SS because I had to see for myself what all the uproar was about. Needless to say, I haven't got very far with it yet, do not like the battles much at all.

Use the 'ignore' button, it works.

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Bloden

If we count re-launched games, I have to mention Dragon Quest VIII. I bought it after Dragon Quest IX and holy poop, it was terrible. It is completely filled with little bits that annoy the heck out of me, has the worst open-world ever, with your exploration rarely being rewarded at all, and the stuff they added with the camera, which is interesting at first, but ultimately really stupid. Its only saving grace is the characters, who are all bad English stereotypes, and their dialogue, which, while mostly unnecessary, usually gets a laugh one way or another.

Watch the language please...-Joey

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Bloden

xPH03N1Xx86

@Bloden Funny, I consider Dragon Quest VIII one of the best games I've ever played, but found IX to be fairly boring

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Bloden

@xPH03N1Xx86 Agree to disagree. Just for curiosity's sake, what did you like about it?

Bloden

xPH03N1Xx86

@Bloden I loved the story, the characters, and I think that the gameplay was fast paced and satisfying. To me, it was a huge, epic adventure, and I played it over and over again. I enjoyed the world and exploration too, because of things like slime hill, actually useful hidden treasures, and monsters for the monster teams could all be found off the beaten path.

Also, no hate for DQ IX, but at the end I went "that's it?" besides those randomly generated dungeons, it was over too quick for me.

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Bloden

@xPH03N1Xx86 Randomly generated dungeons...? I don't remember those.... Maybe?

Bloden

xPH03N1Xx86

@Bloden In DQ IX there were things that you could get to access randomly generated dungeons to fight super bosses.

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JoakimZ

Mario Party and Tomodachi Life comes to mind.

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