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481. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 02:30 BST
@astros75 - The two games I can think of off the top of my head for single-card download play are Pop Island and Pop Island: Paperfield, both of which are available on the eShop, the former for $5 and the latter for $2. I'd check for games with multiplayer in general and then see what reviewers have to say about (possible) single-card local gameplay in those games. Good luck and happy hunting!
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482. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 03:01 BST
Does anyone know where I can find a list of 3DS/DS games with single-card download play? My little brother just got a 3ds and we've been playing Starfox 64 3d & Mario Kart 7 with download play. It made me want to buy a few more games with the download play feature, any info would be greatly appreciated.
Cartoon Network: Punchtime Explosion 3DSElite Beat Agents DSMario and Sonic at the Olympic Games (Don't know about the 2012 one)New Super Mario Bros DSBrain Age 2 (Its what I used to have, though its better used on DS/DSi)Space Bust-a-move (I looked it up)
Edited on Tue 15th May, 2012 @ 03:09 by R-L-A-George
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483. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 04:08 BST
@astros75 Here you go.
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484. Posted: Tue 15th May 2012 04:32 BST
Stay away from SSFIV3D as a Dowloadplay game unless they make a update/DLC for the DP. Its very limited at the moment @RevolverLink and @Astros75.
485. Posted: Wed 16th May 2012 00:29 BST
Thank you so much!!
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486. Posted: Wed 16th May 2012 22:17 BST
Heart Gold or White?
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487. Posted: Thu 17th May 2012 02:54 BST
I prefer HeartGold/SoulSilver, but Black/White are the freshest the series has been since Gen 2. Can't really go wrong with either.
488. Posted: Fri 18th May 2012 10:54 BST
Hey, I hear a lot of praise for the Dragon Quest DS games, and here where I live DQ is really unpopular. I see games like Dragon Quest: Sentinels of the Starry Skies and DQ Monsters: Joker and lots of other DQ titles in the returns pile for $8-20. Do you think that's a good deal? I'm new to the series too, but I tend to like JRPG's for the most part. Is it just the cutesy character designs putting people off or is there something else flawed with these games?
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489. Posted: Fri 18th May 2012 11:23 BST
Get em'. especially DQ9. If you love RPGs, the DQ series is as good as any.
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490. Posted: Fri 18th May 2012 11:28 BST
If you're in North America, the one you want to avoid is the one on the right... the one with the full color label. If you live in Europe, there's no glitch to worry about.
My game card is the one on the left, so that means mine doesn't get the glitch? Well then, that sums it up a couple of points. Thanks for telling me this.
491. Posted: Fri 18th May 2012 20:00 BST
sykotek wrote:If you're in North America, the one you want to avoid is the one on the right... the one with the full color label. If you live in Europe, there's no glitch to worry about.My game card is the one on the left, so that means mine doesn't get the glitch? Well then, that sums it up a couple of points. Thanks for telling me this.
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492. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 10:52 BST
Also, DO buy DQV and DQVI... There's a good chance you'll enjoy them more than DQIX and DQ Monsters.
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493. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 11:24 BST
I see games like Dragon Quest: Sentinels of the Starry Skies and DQ Monsters: Joker and lots of other DQ titles in the returns pile for $8-20. Do you think that's a good deal? I'm new to the series too, but I tend to like JRPG's for the most part. Is it just the cutesy character designs putting people off or is there something else flawed with these games?
I'm in no way an expert when it comes to JRPG's. The only one i've really gotten into and beat so far is DQIV. I loved the old-school, strictly turn-based battle system and the ego perspective in battles. As well as the way everything looks and how easy it is to understand what effect each spell has.So even if the only RPG's you played before were the Mario ones (as i did) i highly recommend it.DQV and VI seem to give some more options as recruiting monsters for your party and V for giving you more choices in the story. DQIX somehow feels a bit more shallow but should also be good. Especially if your friends also own the game and you can play it in multiplayer mode.
Edited on Thu 24th May, 2012 @ 11:35 by LeasTwanteD
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494. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 11:27 BST
Try playing the older ones first.
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495. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 16:09 BST
Dragon Quest's problem has always been that it's tedious. The flavor text makes battles take a little too long, drops are never as plentiful as one may like, equipment costs just a little too much, and you generally outgrow the monsters in your area after only 2-3 levels. If you can get past that, you'll be golden. The games are charming, and fun if you don't mind grinding. Dragon Quest V also has a great story, too. And you can start with this series where ever. They don't actually change much from game to game, so if you like one, you'll like them all.
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496. Posted: Thu 24th May 2012 23:24 BST
I always see various DS RPGs, of all kinds (Strategy, Action, etc.) on sale at Game Stop. I wanted to know if you guys could let me know what some of your favorites are! Some examples of games I keep seeing but don't know a lot about are: Heroes of Mana, Children of Mana, Glory of Heracles... and the list goes on. I've been looking stuff up online about a lot of them but I trust you all much more!
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497. Posted: Fri 25th May 2012 03:30 BST
Heroes of Mana, Children of Mana, Glory of Heracles
Stay away from all of these, for one.
As for the ones I like:
Out of all of these, my favorites are:
Shin Megami Tensei: Strange JourneyRadiant HistoriaSolatorobo: The Red HunterThe Dark SpireShin Megami Tensei: Devil SurvivorFinal Fantasy IIIChrono TriggerFinal Fantasy: The 4 Heroes of LightLunar KnightsDisgaea DSPhantasy Star ZeroDragon Quest V
498. Posted: Fri 25th May 2012 04:10 BST
@Bazly Radiant Historia is still the best DS RPG I've played. I really like Dragon Quest V as well, but it's old school and not for every gamer. After those two I'd go with Final Fantasy IV and Chrono Trigger if you haven't played them on the SNES/VC already. The DS has a ton more RPGs, but most of them that I've played have just been OK.
I should probably warn you away from Black Sigil if you find it. The story moves too slow, and the random battles are too frequent. The battles are pretty typical stuff too. I'm trying to finish it, but I just can't play it for long before I get bored sick-- and I'm never much further into the game then when I started. And yes, it is glitchy! Even had to restart my game once.
Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier is one I should have avoided too. I thought it would be humorous like Sakura Wars but it wasn't. The characters are unlikable, the dialog manages to be both boring and cringe worthy, the graphics outside of combat are lacking, and the combat while fun enough at first gets tiresome very fast.
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499. Posted: Fri 25th May 2012 08:02 BST
@Mickeymac and @Gamesake:
I probably should have specified a bit more! I was raised on RPGs so I like old school RPGs just as much as new. I alreayd have the final Fantasies, Mystery Dungeon, Chrono Trigger, and Disgaea but it's good to know what sort of things you like as well! I will definitely look into all of your suggestions though, thank you!
@Mickeymac again: What sort of game is Digimon World: Dusk? The only Digimon World game I have enjoyed is 2, because it combined the monster collection RPG gameplay with Roguelike gameplay, so it remains one of my favourite RPGs to this day. I find I never enjoy any other Digimon games though, despite loving the anime.
500. Posted: Fri 25th May 2012 14:50 BST
Digimon World 2 was your fave? Interesting. My bro likes that, too, though I found navigating the dungeons too difficult. Anyways, Dawn/Dusk (there's two versions) is more like Dragon Quest in its combat, except with a bit of strategy thrown in, while the overworld is more like that of Digimon World 3 - you have towns you go around, and maze-like dungeons you explore that don't really have much in them besides treasure chests. The biggest problem is that the story is told through a series of quests you get from a counter, but you're probably used to that if you liked Digimon World 2. There's also a farm you can put the digimon you're not using into, which you can customize and upgrade. To put it simply, it's less polished than, say, Digimon World 3, but ultimately I had more fun with it than almost any other Digimon game.