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301. Posted: Fri 30th Sep 2011 08:50 BST
Recommendations:-All the Ace Attorney series.Even if it doesn't seem interesting, it's addictive and you won't regret it.-Ghost Trick.Great gameplay, soundtrack, characters and humor. What more do you want? -Elite Beat Agents.Yeah, it might not have the greatest songs, but the gameplay's good and the agents' moves are epic!-Solatorobo.It's easy and that may be off-putting, but it's gorgeous and fun, with NEKO MECHAS!-Any Mario game.It's Mario. 'Nuff said!-Hotel Dusk series.I only recommend this if you're a fan of point and click games with lots of interesting text and interrogation. The artwork's amazing, too.-Warioware: Touched and D.I.YTouched has fun minigames that can appeal to anyone and toys and extras. It's also pretty funny. D.I.Y has microgames and you can make your own through an easy-to-understand system that's fun. You can also make four panel comics and music. I'm pretty sure you can also distribute your games through Wi-Fi. That's always fun.-The World Ends With You.Interesting battle system and gorgeous artwork. (Unfortunately I never got to play it. I just watched walkthroughs. Sigh).-Soul Bubbles.The main character is cute. It has relaxing music and casual gameplay. And bubbles containing souls. It's addictive puzzling!-Fire Emblem.If you like turn-based RPGs, this is a good game.-Advance Wars: Days of Ruin.Also a good game for fans of turn-based RPGs.-Big Bang Mini.It just deserves a place in the recommendations. Not only is it pretty, it's addictive. :3-Any Pokemon game, including Mystery Dungeons and Rangers.Because it's POKEMON!
Well, I hope this helped!
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302. Posted: Tue 4th Oct 2011 12:42 BST
I guess this is the one thread about "overlooked" games...
I would like to know if some of you already played this game and your thoughts about it ?
I was looking for a game that both uses the two screens of the DS in its gameplay and a Shinobi like game for my DS Lite
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303. Posted: Wed 5th Oct 2011 13:37 BST
Prompted by the Rune Factory 3 review - given that I own Rune Factory: Frontier on Wii and Harvest Moon: Sunshine Islands on DS, would people recommend I get RF3? Does it offer enough over those two to be worth the money?
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304. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 03:09 BST
Will I enjoy Golden Sun: Dark Dawn even if I haven't play any of the previous series? Don't worry I'm not afraid of RPG games.
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305. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 03:11 BST
What is the most replayable DS game there is that is not Nintendo?
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306. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 03:34 BST
Will I enjoy Glory of Heracles even if I don't know anything about Greek Mythology?
307. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 04:09 BST
not really. The other two games are much better and you'd have to read a lot of bonus exposition to understand everything.
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308. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 04:16 BST
shud i get kirby mass Attack or star fox 643D i no sf643D is a 3DS game but still
Kirby Mass Attack. I have and love both but Kirby lasts longer and has more reasons to go back and play it. If you can though get SF3D later.
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309. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 04:16 BST
Solatarobo or Aliens Infestation?
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310. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 12:17 BST
Solotarobo. I like RPGs way more than shooters.
Single most replayable non rpg, puzzle or nintendo game.
311. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 14:46 BST
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312. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 19:04 BST
Most Replayable game eh.
Dragon quest ix Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword (not really replayable but very hard and will take a while.)Rune Factory Grand theft auto chinatown wars Advance Wars days of ruin
313. Posted: Tue 11th Oct 2011 02:47 BST
Alright Solatorobo new vs FInal Fantasy iii, advance wars days of ruin, and Luminous Arc used.
314. Posted: Tue 11th Oct 2011 12:17 BST
Final Fantasy 3. The job system is pretty good and you'll get a lot more hours out of it than any other of those games. I have 40 hours in mine.
315. Posted: Thu 13th Oct 2011 18:50 BST
Yes, it doesn't dig deep into Greek mythology at all. If you enjoy common and generic RPG's with a couple of nice touches, you'll enjoy this game.
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316. Posted: Wed 19th Oct 2011 01:30 BST
Is Professor Layton & the Last Spector a good place to start if you've never played Layton before? Because I want to play if Layton Vs. Ace Attorney is really coming outside of Japan.
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317. Posted: Wed 19th Oct 2011 22:41 BST
@Link245 - I think it is. Last Specter actually starts a new 3-story saga that predates (chronologically) the first three games, so it's not like you'd miss anything plot-wise by starting there (even though the series already does a good job with that part as well). Also, it includes a 100-hour bonus RPG, provided you don't live in Europe, so that should keep you busy for a while more.
318. Posted: Thu 27th Oct 2011 03:57 BST
Super Scribblenauts is better than Scribblenauts. Right?
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319. Posted: Thu 27th Oct 2011 04:28 BST
@Oddy - Super Scribblenauts has better controls and level editor, as you could build a level and decide the goal, where as the original had weaker controls and you could only pick from levels that the game creators made but on the original you could program/tell things what to do, like have death attack maxwell, a boot or guard something as examples. They are both really good puzzle games and it's going to depend on the controls and level design you want. I like them both but the second is most likely better just due to controls and building levels from the ground up, though I had lots of fun with the original also. Just so you know the games have a crashing problem where you can easily make a whole lot of objects or massive explosion that can cause slow down or freezing, but it's rare and as long as you don't over load the bar limit you should be fine. Your more likely better off with the 2nd one Super Scribblenauts with it's better hints, controls and level builder
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320. Posted: Thu 27th Oct 2011 04:33 BST
Thanks, I'll pick it up tomorrow then.