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1. Posted: Fri 4th May 2012 02:14 BST
Seeing how Europe has gotten this game today, I decided to make a topic about it, seeing how no one else has done so yet.
Since I am in America, I sadly can't get the game. But seeing how I have fond memories playing these collections on the actual cartridge, I am still happy for all of you Europeans. I like the second one because they included Helmet, which hasn't really been on much collections (It's on DSIware, though). Here's hoping we americans get the game sometime this summer.
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2. Posted: Fri 4th May 2012 02:20 BST
agreed,i love buying game and watch games on my system,a little off topic but i got all the dsi ware,both the club nintendo collections and i got the first gallery on my 3ds so i will buy this day 1 and hope that we can get the other 2 galleries as well
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3. Posted: Fri 4th May 2012 02:39 BST
I too like the Game & Watch games I have the 2 Club Nintendo collections Donkey Kong Jr. dsiWare and the 3DS vc Game & Watch Gallery and I wish NOA would hurry up and release more good vc games along with Game and Watch Gallery 2.
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4. Posted: Fri 4th May 2012 11:11 BST
I bought this instantly with absolutely no regrets. It's even better value than the previous game and watch collection, and has just as much charm. I can see myself playing this and enjoying it for a really long time.
Incidentally, how is one supposed to play Classic Donkey Kong? I've never tried that game before and I have no idea how one is supposed to jump, let alone that screen switching mechanic.
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5. Posted: Mon 7th May 2012 11:26 BST
I loved this game as child so when I saw it on the eShop it was an instant buy, mainly due to the huge nostalgic factor but I'm loving it at the moment.
6. Posted: Mon 7th May 2012 14:56 BST
You can only jump when there is space above your head to do so. You may have to walk backwards to a space where you can jump if a barrel is coming your way then walk forwards again after you jumped over the barrel to the next space you can jump up.
Its not really that fun of a game.
Edited on Mon 7th May, 2012 @ 14:56 by Bass_X0
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7. Posted: Thu 10th May 2012 01:44 BST
I found modern Donkey kong a blast to play on the Game and Watch Gallery 4, but not the classic version. If you play the modern one, you don't have to deal with the screen switching.
8. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 17:44 BST
Coming to America next week.
9. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 18:00 BST
@Bass_X0 Did you really find that out somewhere?? Just curious as to I would probably download it.
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10. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 18:13 BST
@Joshers744 The eShop itself has it in the "Available Next Week" section.
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11. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 18:23 BST
Which version, out of interest, Game Boy or Game Boy Color? You got both versions originally so I'd be very surprised if it's not the Color version this time around.
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12. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 19:45 BST
Color, theres a video of it and everything in the "Available Next Week" plus Snakenoid Deluxe which looks like a Araknoid/Break out except that you control the snake with your finger on the touch screen rather then the d-pad.
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13. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 21:29 BST
Wasnt the snakenoid thing released like, years ago in europe?
Anyways.... Game & Watch Gallery 2 and in COLOR! Yay!
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14. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 21:31 BST
I wish it was the Gameboy version, but I will still take it!
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15. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 21:44 BST
Is there difference between the GB and GBC versions other than color?
16. Posted: Fri 18th May 2012 02:00 BST
KaiserGX wrote:I wish it was the Gameboy version, but I will still take it!Is there difference between the GB and GBC versions other than color?
Nope, it's just that the GBC game looks a LOT better.
BTW, I haven't played the old GB game and watch games in a long time, but isn't this the game where you can get stars on that multiplayer game? Or was that number 3? I am just wondering if you can unlock all of the games without linking systems.
17. Posted: Fri 18th May 2012 03:15 BST
I actually think the color looks worse. I don't like remixed Gameboy games like Zelda DX. You can tell the game wasn't ment to be in color by how everything is. The Koopa in Helmet is all green.
18. Posted: Sat 19th May 2012 02:51 BST
It certainly looks a lot better than just putting a GB game in a GBA. They look TERRIBLE most of the time. (Wario land or Mario Land 1, for example). I will agree that Gallery 3 seems to improve on the color a bit, though.
19. Posted: Sat 19th May 2012 03:02 BST
I guess it's just like this:The GB version of this game uses the same graphics as the SNES game it is based on (just in black and white), the GBC one had to simplify them to use different colors.
It's more obvious on the kitchen and the character.
Edited on Sat 19th May, 2012 @ 03:07 by Morpheel
20. Posted: Sat 19th May 2012 03:02 BST
Sorry about that, I was actually looking at footage of the Gameboy version being played ON a Gameboy Color. I just saw the Gameboy Color version and noticed the background for Parachute is a lot more detailed. Can't wait now.
I can't find a picture of the Gameboy version being played on a Gameboy Color but it basically looked like this with dull colors.The Gameboy Color version now has the appropriate colors, as well as things are more detailed in the background.
Edited on Sat 19th May, 2012 @ 03:09 by KaiserGX