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21. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 04:02 GMT
i got 25 dollars to spend at walmart, what would be a good ds game
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22. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 14:12 GMT
@zez FFIV is a pretty great game, there are much better DS RPGs, but FFIV is still one of the best.However it's worth considering looking into the GBA version, which has some better bonus content, (it also plays more quickly since it's 2D). Also it's supposed to be coming to the VC sometime so waiting for that is also an option.
Theyre both gonna be on budget price, so what should I get: The World Ends With You for $15, or Henry Hatsworth for $10?
I'd get both, but TWEWY is much better like everyone has said.Henry is still a great game though, the gameplay is meshed together well, the presentation is quirky and hilarious (Banjo-speak, but better!!). The only fault I have with it is that levels begin to get really long as you progress.
23. Posted: Sun 27th Dec 2009 22:21 GMT
Scribblenaughts: One of the best DS games of 2009! Its a must buy, imo, if you have a DS.
Nostalgia: If you like turn-based rpgs, I think you'll like this one. Its very unique in that it uses real world locations in a fantasy setting. Its so cool to visit London, Cario, India, Africa, and more in this game. The turn-based battles, in dungeons and via airships, are really good. Fun game.
Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes: An rpg with a twist: the battle system is very similar to a puzzle game. Very unique game. The developer, Cappy, is one to watch.
Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks: Even better than Phantom Hourglass imo. A really fun Zelda game.
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24. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 02:16 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.
Everyone who has ever liked a puzzle game and can live without fancy branching storylines or building a super-character has to try this. The attention to gameplay design quality is so much more hardcore than all other DS games and makes for a really fun experience.
Edited on Tue 29th December, 2009 @ 02:17 by jdarrell
25. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 03:07 GMT
Retro Game Challenge = one of the best games on DS
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26. Posted: Tue 29th Dec 2009 13:19 GMT
Spectrobes!!! ALL TITLES!! I love the series!
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27. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 23:46 GMT
Final Fantasy Tactics A2, is unlike it's predessecor, in that IT'S SOOO GOOD.
28. Posted: Sat 9th Jan 2010 23:58 GMT
Some of my favorite DS games are:FFIVThe world ends with youRocket SlimeSpirit TracksCastlevania Dawn of SorrowAnd many others i do not remember
29. Posted: Fri 15th Jan 2010 17:31 GMT
I'm looking for reccomendations on classic adventure-style/point and click-style games, like Broken Sword or Trace Memory. I was thinking about the DS version of Myst, but every single review i've read on the version has torn it to shreds (and that one i'd probably rather just play on PC anyway). I know there's a fair amount of these style games out there, but it's rare that i see too many write-ups on them, and though i'm not tremendously averse to "buying blind", i'd rather get some feedback.
For reference: i have Trace Memory, and am picking up Broken Sword next time i see it. And I recently played through Chronicles of Mystery (much more of a "hidden object" game) which was okay, if underwhelming. I am curious about the Cate West game(s), anyone play them?
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30. Posted: Fri 15th Jan 2010 23:56 GMT
Phoenix Wright is a point and click, although it's more of an awesome drama than an adventure. It's awesome though.
31. Posted: Sat 16th Jan 2010 00:07 GMT
Heh, i considered the Phoenix games, but since i actually am an attorney in real life, they're not that appealing to me. =)
32. Posted: Sat 16th Jan 2010 05:59 GMT
I have a few good ones that are fun for me. (Im showing my favorite third party ones.)Spiderman Web of Shadows.Lego BatmanSuper Monkey BallKingdom Hearts 358/2 Days.Modern Warfare Mobilized
Edited on Sat 16th January, 2010 @ 06:00 by mastersworddude
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33. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 02:51 GMT
Super Mario 64 DSPokemon DiamondKnights in the NightmareThe World Ends With YouChrono TriggerRetro Game ChallengeMario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside StroyTetris DSDragon Quest Heroes: Rocket SlimeMario Kart DSCastlevania: Dawn of SorrowMr. Driller: Drill Spirits
All games that every DS owner should own.
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34. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 02:58 GMT
Super Mario 64 DSPokemon DiamondRetro Game ChallengeMario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside StroyMario Kart DSAll games that every DS owner should own.
Super Mario 64 DSPokemon DiamondRetro Game ChallengeMario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside StroyMario Kart DS
Agree on those choices, because, well, they're the only ones on your list I have. Knights in the Nightmare essential, though? Really?
35. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 03:47 GMT
Pokemon Diamond/PearlRetro Game ChallengeMario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside StroyDragon Quest Heroes: Rocket SlimeAll games that every DS owner should own.
Pokemon Diamond/PearlRetro Game ChallengeMario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside StroyDragon Quest Heroes: Rocket Slime
Have all of those and I agree completely. You forgot Zelda Spirit Tracks though. I've also been looking for ChronoTrigger but nobody by me has it new or used...
Edited on Sun 17th January, 2010 @ 03:49 by Bassman_Q
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36. Posted: Sun 17th Jan 2010 18:59 GMT
I've also been looking for ChronoTrigger but nobody by me has it new or used...
I actually got a copy at my local Best Buy for $20 last week. Haven't gotten around to playing it yet, though.
37. Posted: Mon 18th Jan 2010 02:56 GMT
Heh, no not really, she'll probably like them. I'm just one of those people who can't really watch lawyer shows or movies, because the dramatic licenses they take with the way the law actually works tend to take me out of the moment. =)
38. Posted: Thu 1st Apr 2010 16:45 BST
Sorry to revive an old thread, but I didn't want to make a new one. I can't decide between HG/SS and WarioWare D.I.Y. Part of the reason is the fact that both have limited time things going on... the contest for WarioWare, and the events for HG/SS. What would you all suggest?EDIT: Wow, for the first time I used meta critic, and even there, they had almost the exact same scores! Strangely, HG got a higher user score than SS.
Edited on Thu 1st April, 2010 @ 16:51 by Percentful
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39. Posted: Thu 1st Apr 2010 18:04 BST
@110percentful: WarioWare D.I.Y. is awesome. the pre-made character microgames are good, and making your own microgames is a blast. Especially when you make multiple microgames and then put them in the game blender. Very easy to understand creator once you go through the tutorials. Get that! (but if you're a die-hard pokemon fan I suggest HG/SS but I don't have it yet)
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40. Posted: Thu 1st Apr 2010 19:10 BST
That's the thing... I used to be a diehard Warioware fan, but I was also a diehard pokemon fan. I've never really had to think this much about buying a game. IT'S SO STRESSFUL!