321KidRadTue 15th Nov 2011 Is the first Trauma Center worth checking out if you already own and played through it's sequal? As great as the gameplay was in the sequal, i couldn't stand the generic sophisticated Anime art direction bunched up with the cringe worthy K-Mart Soap opera Hospital tunes. Some of the tracks were fine, but most of it really put a depressing and irritating damper on this WaveChild. The original however seems to look more cartoony, light hearted and more up beat which is what i should of went with in the first place. Knowing me TC2 is going in the 'To Sell' bogus bin as i just don't like the feeling of having it in my collection for the reasons above. The origina may be it's replacement hehe.Then there's the Mega Man Zero Collection The original Zero was great, and i'm somewhat looking forward to playing the sequal. But knowing that i have 3 unplayed ultra challenging Zero titles on one cartridge where each game will be spaced out in months apart annoys the hell out of me. I'm better off getting the actual GBA carts one at a time when i feel like playing them. Plus i can play them on the DS lite anyways. Do the original Zero games let you change button configuration? If not, that may be the deal breaker!And then there's Metal Slug 7 This franchise to me has always felt like Contra's dirtier and grimier uncolorful Grandpa of a cousin which has always somewhat put me off . Although MS3 does look awesome. But MS7 doesn't sit right with me either. It was a pretty decent game but a bit lacking and uncreative by MS standards, besides I've got the superior Contra 4 rocking in full force. Dementium II(The original was better), Mario Party DS and Brain Age 2 got the great He-man Shaft as well. Rest in 'my little pony' peace my little once had dissapointing & crummy DS dudskies. Edited on Tue 15th November, 2011 @ 02:32 by KidRad Currently Playing: TMNT II: The Arcade game NIntendo Fanatic & King of NES Tekkidome!