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81. Posted: Fri 27th Aug 2010 11:59 BST
MarioKartNew Super Mario BrosWW:DIYZelda: Spirit TracksScribblenautsI'm just listing the obvious ones, but I've heard good things about TWEWY (The World Ends With You) and Picross.
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82. Posted: Mon 30th Aug 2010 23:32 BST
Would you guys recommend infinite space? I read the review here and 8/10 seems pretty good, but what do you guys think?
83. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 01:19 BST
Well, im thinking in wich games should I buy, wish are really the best ones?? (Im also counting some upcoming games)
Advance Wars: Days of RuinTWEWYProffesor Layton & the UFChibi Robo: Park ControlGolden Sun: DDInfinite SpaceElite Beat AgentsContra 4FF: T4HOLRhythm HeavonDisgaedHenry Hatsworth in The Puzzling Adventure
Maybe a little big list, but oh well, I want more games on my DS collection, even if the 3DS is coming next year.
Edited on Tue 31st August, 2010 @ 01:31 by hulklol123456789
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84. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 02:35 BST
@hulklol123456789I would get Advance Wars Dual Strike rather then Days of Ruin if you can find it.(I found mine used in a gamestop). As for TWEWY, I highly recommend it, as it is one of the most original rpgs for the ds. Not sure about the other games you listed unfortunately:(
85. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 02:40 BST
I saw Rhythm Heaven for $15 at Wal-Mart, would it be good to get it?
I tried the demo and enjoyed it so I think it would be fun.
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86. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 02:54 BST
Why is better dual strike than Days of Ruin? Days of Ruin got Wi-Fi and you can create maps. Anyone know about the other games?
Edited on Tue 31st August, 2010 @ 02:54 by hulklol123456789
87. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 03:06 BST
I saw Rhythm Heaven for $15 at Wal-Mart, would it be good to get it?I tried the demo and enjoyed it so I think it would be fun.
if you liked the demo, I say go for it! I personally loved the game, even though it DID get devilishly hard if you're trying to get every single medal in the game >.>
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88. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 03:19 BST
Anyways, should I get TWETY or wait till other rpg's like Golden Sun and FF 4?
Edited on Tue 31st August, 2010 @ 03:33 by hulklol123456789
89. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 04:08 BST
Well, just readed some reviews and delete some of the games, like chibi robot (only released in wallmart and oh well, I live in CR), Contra 4 (looks cool, but too dfficult and I don't really like these old-type games) and all the ones that are not released yet ( I will wait till NL reviews)
Advance Wars: Days of RuinTWEWYElite Beat AgentsRhythm HeavenHenry Hatsworth in The Puzzling Adventure
I was also wondering, those 2 rytmik games are good? wich is the best? are they better than the other games? About Henry and the puzzles how difficult it is?
Well thx to anyone who can answer my questions
Edited on Tue 31st August, 2010 @ 04:08 by hulklol123456789
90. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 04:12 BST
Get TWEWY first. It shouldn't disappoint. Ask for the other two around the holidays.
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91. Posted: Tue 31st Aug 2010 18:15 BST
I just got a new game today and I would recommend it for all you collection freaks out there It's called treasure world by aspyr and it is a lot of fun. However, you need to live in the city or nearby in order to fully enjoy this game.
Edited on Wed 1st September, 2010 @ 03:18 by dsmaster
92. Posted: Wed 1st Sep 2010 21:03 BST
@hulk: I would say to get Rhythm Heaven, it's my favorite rhythm-based game for any console. There is only one Rytmik, on DSiWare, and if you're good with music, then yeah, get it.
TWEWY, FFt4HoL, and GS: DD are all completely different types of games, albeit all RPGs. I would do some reading up on them if I were you.
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93. Posted: Wed 1st Sep 2010 23:49 BST
I will better go for Advanced Wars: Days of Ruin and maybe TWETY
94. Posted: Thu 2nd Sep 2010 15:18 BST
I'd recommend the three Castlevania games, with my favorite being Order of Ecclesia. They are three quality metroidvania games that really play well and have various amounts of enemies, weapons and secrets. Also get Megaman Zero collection if youve missed it when it was released for the gba eight years ago, it may be old, but it still beats many current gen platformers on the market, plus it's four games in one.Finally, get Retro game challenge for the retro gamer in you, it is a collection of eight top notch "retro" games presented to you in an interesting manner, where you have to complete sets of challenges of one game to proceed to the next. Based on the japanese series Game Center CX starring Shinya Arino (Sample of his episodes - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qRsfbnHr_4 )
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95. Posted: Sun 19th Sep 2010 14:25 BST
Should I get Professor Layton or wait for Super Scribblenuats?
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96. Posted: Sun 19th Sep 2010 14:30 BST
@hulk - Hey I have read some of your other posts and if you do not like platformers (hard ones especially) then definately do not think about getting Henry Hatsowrth. It is one of my favourite games ever, top 4 out of DS definately. However it is really hard, lots of dying and needing to go back over it. If you are not a fan of platformers you would not like it. Hope it helps!!!
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97. Posted: Sun 19th Sep 2010 17:18 BST
In my case, I will get both , there is coming a professor layton for the 3DS so maybe you want to get super scribblenauts and wait for the 3DS layton release, anyways I recommend you to get all of them
@noblo601, thx I like platformers but not hard ones.
Edited on Sun 19th September, 2010 @ 17:19 by hulklol123456789
98. Posted: Sun 19th Sep 2010 20:26 BST
I say Super Scribblenauts but I'm really not a huge Layton fan.
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99. Posted: Mon 20th Sep 2010 00:47 BST
I'd easily recommend Elite Beat Agents since the gameplay is absolutely unique and incredibly fun, but most of the music is just awful. Unless you like to jam to Avril Lavene, Sum 41 and Good Charlotte....There are a few decent tracks, which are from the 80's Anyways because of the music, you'll most likely have a love/hate relaitionship with this game.
Anyways, I'd rather have the original Japanese version's music. Dance Dance Revolution-like music would of been much better!
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100. Posted: Mon 27th Sep 2010 19:42 BST
Should I get Daigasso Band Brothers DX, even though I have the EU "Jam with the Band" release? I'm tempted by the Japanese music, but are there any barriers other than the language in buying and playing it?
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