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Xiao_Pai

41. Posted:

JumpMad wrote:

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Yoshi's Island DS- It was very hard and gimmicky and I never completed it.

Hard?...lol
Wasn't a bad game, but...meh, it was ok. Not hard though, a lot easier compared to the original.

I may be wrong but I think he's talking about 100% each level, which was fairly difficult.

The game wasn't that hard, but mostly 100% not fun to play.

I played Yoshi Island on The GBA, I love that game, and I still have it.
I played and beat that game too 100%, over and over again, as a kid..

Yoshi Island DS did not live up The Original.
Boss fights were poor, Gameplay was wonky, and lack the Carm, that The Original had.

I'm really hoping for a New Yoshi Island game, that brings back its true gameplay.

Based on the visuals of their other games, looks like this game would be perfect for Good Feel to bring back. Then again their games are not that hard to complete...maybe Retro then, I dunno, lol.

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42. Posted:

ehh, the mini games in Kirby Superstar Ultra were much better than Starfy's, either way they get old fast as they're just pick up play type games that last a few minutes. As for Starfy I decided to keep it....Again, I LOVED everything about it aside from the pathetic difficulty. But yep, a hard mode would of been nice! The bosses themselves were complete pushovers...

Anyways, I haven't really played any 'bad' DS games perse....But I'd have to say that Sonic Rush was my least favorite.

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I say Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon. Yes, I know it's a remake of the original, but even for a remake I felt it had quite a dull story and cast. A remake like Metroid Zero Mission didn't have to worry about the story too much, instead revamping the graphics and maps and music, but for a game that relies on story so much, it seemed inexcusable to leave this remake without a gripping story or at least likeable characters.

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44. Posted:

Super Mario 64 DS. How they could butcher a nearly perfect game like SM64 so terribly is beyond my comprehension

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The original Scribblenauts looks like Superman 64 when compared to it's sequel. Pokemon Ranger was pretty "meh" for me. The new system of catching was kinda fun for a while, but the novelty wore off soon. It's like licking the frosting off of a cupcake, after you eat the good part you realize how bland the thing really is (isn't that such a clever analogy? I'm awesome~~)

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46. Posted:

Kingbuilder wrote:

Super Mario 64 DS. How they could butcher a nearly perfect game like SM64 so terribly is beyond my comprehension

I didn't feel like it was butchered but I can see where you are coming from. Some of the ideas they through in were interesting but in the end Yoshi was the one I picked since he felt like a wild card and could start with any hat. and with each persons different abilities it made some of the star way to easy to get in the later levels and really shortened some levels.

I still enjoyed it though.

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I say Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon. Yes, I know it's a remake of the original, but even for a remake I felt it had quite a dull story and cast. A remake like Metroid Zero Mission didn't have to worry about the story too much, instead revamping the graphics and maps and music, but for a game that relies on story so much, it seemed inexcusable to leave this remake without a gripping story or at least likeable characters.

Yeah, sometimes I wish they hadn't even bothered with the story, at least if there was no focus on it, the poor story might've gone unnoticed. The original had as much focus on story as Advanced Wars did, and I honestly don't remember if AW even had a story. Yet I still liked it because then the focus was squarely on the gameplay. The endless cutscenes and tutorials killed all interest I had in Shadow Dragon.

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48. Posted:

You mean of the one's that I've played?

Hmmmm...maybe "Guinness Book of World Records" DS....not as good as the Wii version, but not terrible.

(I usually do a lot of research before purchasing a ds game)....

I was also disappointed with the DS version of "Sega All Stars Tennis" as well.

This is off the top of my head.

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49. Posted:

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Yoshi's Island DS -- coming from the awesomeness that was the SNES game, this was just crap IMO. it felt gimmicky as hell, shooting eggs with any kind of accuracy was impossible; i traded it back in quickly lol
Kirby's Canvas Curse -- it was too easy, felt like another cheap gimmick just to get people using the touchscreen. no thanks.
Scribblenauts -- thankfully a friend let me borrow it instead of me paying for it, because i was not impressed at all. :(

Strongly disagree with all...IMHO

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50. Posted:

Kirby's Canvas was easily one of the greatest DS games I've played. I was WOW'd when I experienced the intuitive touch screen controls and gameplay. and by no means is it easy if you're trying to complete it 100% And in no way is it gimmicky at all. It's the perfect showcase of showing what the DS can do.

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51. Posted:

I could never get into the Phoenix Wright games, to be honest. Something about them just kind of bored me. I guess I'm more of a platformer guy.

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LEGEND MARIOID wrote:

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53. Posted:

WaveBoy wrote:

Kirby's Canvas was easily one of the greatest DS games I've played. I was WOW'd when I experienced the intuitive touch screen controls and gameplay. and by no means is it easy if you're trying to complete it 100% And in no way is it gimmicky at all. It's the perfect showcase of showing what the DS can do.

Agreed. Right there with Meteos as the first great and non-gimmicky touch screen games out there. But as it's been said, we all have our own opinions.

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54. Posted:

Diddy Kong Racing DS - it was better on the N64.
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings - boring.
Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon - soulless. Not enough color.

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55. Posted:

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Diddy Kong Racing DS - it was better on the N64.

The weird thing about this game for me is how Rare couldn't make Diddy Kong Pilot and had to rename it Banjo Pilot to avoid problems with Nintendo but because it's a remake they could use Diddy but not Banjo in the remake?

It didn't help that they went from the extremely difficult silver coin missions which made up nearly half the game were replaced with some generic touch screen gimmick and the entire game just felt like a sad zombie of a game that should just die (an unintentional metaphor for Rare)

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SuperToad wrote:

Diddy Kong Racing DS - it was better on the N64.
Final Fantasy XII: Revenant Wings - boring.
Fire Emblem Shadow Dragon - soulless. Not enough color.

I actually wanted to get Diddy Kong Racing for the DS, along with a few other older system launch titles like Pac Pix, Super Princess Peach and many more. Too bad they're not cheap! These games easily run you from $30 - $60 on eBay. Princess Peach and Kirby Canvas Curse seem to be the priciest.

As for Diddy Kong Racing on the N64, I couldn't stand the N64 Original. Part of that has to do with the choppy frame rate and ear grating tunes! I

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and ear grating tunes!

you shut your mouth, you're talking about the great David Wise > : (

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Nightwalker

58. Posted:

999 - Too little gameplay, too much reading...
Scribblenauts - A tad too childish for me.
Drawn to Life - Same reason as Scribblenauts.
Dragonball Origins 2 - Felt identical to the 1st game, I was expecting more.
Sonic Classic Collection - The FPS is terrible and too few extras have been added.

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59. Posted:

The World Ends With You - I found the combat extremely fiddly.
International Track & Field - Just thought it was a REALLY bad game. Didn't enjoy it at all.

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I like your Ruri avatar, SigourneyBeaver. I love Martian Successor Nadesico. Also, I too am not a fan of TWEWY.

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