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1. Posted: Sat 19th Dec 2009 22:24 GMT
For all those having trouble choosing between DS games, this is the thread for you! Ask for recommendations here.
if you're trying to choose between a DS game and something else, though, the Universal Recommendations Thread may be what you're looking for. :3
Edited on Thu 16th May, 2013 @ 23:35 by theblackdragon
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2. Posted: Sat 19th Dec 2009 22:28 GMT
Since I can't recall seeing any mention of Elite Beat Agents here I recommend it to everyone!!
3. Posted: Sat 19th Dec 2009 22:40 GMT
I second that recommendation! EBA is the best music game around, IMO. Great music, fun gameplay that's easy to learn but tough to master, and really cool, quirky stories with every song. Not to mention it has plenty of replay value without feeling artifically extented. What's not to love?
Edited on Sat 19th December, 2009 @ 22:41 by CanisWolfred
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4. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 01:58 GMT
To any young men in puberty, I suggest checking out Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier.Why? Three reasons:1.) Many of the female characters have huge "chests"2.) Lots of hilarious boob jokes3.) Fantastic animation in all formsOh, and the gameplay's good too.
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5. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 02:04 GMT
A great 3rd Party DS game is Bleach: Dark Souls. Great if you're a fan of the series (like me), and plenty of unlockables, too. Plus, it's probably the only fighting game you can play as a giant Boar
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6. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 02:07 GMT
It's also great if freakin' hate the show, like me! It's just that good of a game.
7. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 02:21 GMT
If you haven't played Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes then I highly recommend that you play it. It really is an excellent game.
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8. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 02:24 GMT
Meteos is a great game for puzzle maniacs (and the fact its made by Sakurai aka the Smash Bros makerr doesnt hurt either)Also Animal Crossing: Wild World is pretty darn addictive
Edited on Sun 20th December, 2009 @ 02:25 by TKOWL
9. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 02:48 GMT
N+ is waayyy better than NSMB, and Transformers Decepticons is a great GTA-style romp.
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10. Posted: Sun 20th Dec 2009 03:00 GMT
The ace attorney series.
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11. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:28 GMT
Should I get Final Fantasy IV for DS? I like RPG's, and I have played FFX and I like it.
Edited on Sun 27th December, 2009 @ 02:34 by zezhyrule
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12. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:32 GMT
The Legendary Starfy, Chrono Trigger, Kirby Super Star Ultra, and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story are all recommended titles for the DS.
Edited on Sun 27th December, 2009 @ 02:32 by StarBoy91
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13. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:34 GMT
Why is everybody recommending things before anyone(besides me) has asked anything?
Edited on Sun 27th December, 2009 @ 02:35 by zezhyrule
14. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:36 GMT
I'm sorry, zez. Sorry if I was rude. As for Final Fantasy IV for the DS, sorry, haven't played any version of FF4. I'm sure it's good.
Edited on Sun 27th December, 2009 @ 02:37 by StarBoy91
15. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:39 GMT
No, you were not rude. I was just wondering because that is how the Universal Recommendations Thread worked.And in the 1st post, she said to "Ask for recommendations here".
Edited on Sun 27th December, 2009 @ 02:40 by zezhyrule
16. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:40 GMT
Theyre both gonna be on budget price, so what should I get: The World Ends With You for $15, or Henry Hatsworth for $10?
17. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:43 GMT
Is Scribblenauts a good game? 'cause I got Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter for Christmas, and it's good so far.
18. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:45 GMT
Yes, if you can get used to the sluggish controls. It's the one game where the TITLE SCREEN is more fun than the main gameplay
19. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:48 GMT
TWEWY!!! Though I haven't played Hatsworth, so whatever.
20. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 02:58 GMT
TWEWY. The art style alone is worth the price.