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21. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 23:10 BST
Still deciding for I have 395 blocks left on my 3ds and only have 7 dsiware titles, trying to decide about picking more up, I could probably burn another Nintendo points card or 2 on dsiware then send them over because there are only a few good titles left on dsiware I don't have because I watched reviews and picked ones that interest me to the point where there aren't many left.
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22. Posted: Fri 7th Oct 2011 23:24 BST
I never really bought a lot of DSiWare anyway considering that the good majority of it are overpriced, generic ports of cellphone titles. I have most of the must haves (Cave Story, Dr. Mario, Mario vs DK, Warioware, and now Four Swords) but I don't really foresee anything groundbreaking or truly awesome enough to warrant my attention on the horizon with DSiWare.
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23. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 02:58 BST
@Mully - what about spirit hunters?
24. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 03:07 BST
With both Wiiware and Dsiware I find I play them once and never touch them again.For the most part they just aren't real games. As Mully said they are usually Overpriced Generic ports of cellphone games.Once in a while they'll get something really good on there that I'll buy but it's hardly ever the case.
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25. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 08:44 BST
I owned a DS fat, and never upgraded once, or even thought of it, until it was going to be a genuinely new system ( or until they added a virtual console, which luckily, didn't happen until it was a new system ) so, yeah. Of course Cave Story and the free Zelda are my only DSiWares for now... unless you count that Mario Clock, which is an app, not a game.
I have quite a few DSiWare titles on my wish list though.
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26. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 09:13 BST
Yes, in fact I think DSiWare is going to become even more popular because of the 3DS. I like many other people never upgraded to a DSi and felt that a DS Lite was enough for me. So far I've only bought 1 DSi game, but that's because I made a goal to not buy anymore games until I clear out my backlog. I actually have a pretty big list of DSi games I want to purchase in the near future.
27. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 09:30 BST
I'm buying DSiWare games now that I have 3DS and I'm surprised that DSiWare has more good games than WiiWare. I have bought only 3 WiiWare games (Bomberman Blast, Pokémon Rumble and Cave Story) but I've already bought 5 DSiWare games + got Zelda for free.I've tried almost every WiiWare demos but Rumble demo was the only demo that I played more than twice while waiting to get some points to actually buy it. (I didn't download Cave Story demo as I have the game on computer.)
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28. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 09:42 BST
Indeed, I use DSiWare mainly for its creative apps (Rytmik, Inchworm Animation, etc.) but I also buy actual games for it.
29. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 09:46 BST
To be honest, though, PictoBits was the only purchase I found to really be worth anything. All of my other games ( around 25 in total are so ) are usually played once and never again. I really wish the eShop will come out with the fabled 3DSWare already that's not a golfing game or Pokédex app.
30. Posted: Sat 8th Oct 2011 15:04 BST
Wow, I can't believe some people only touch their dsiware once, I pick mine up every now and then, some more then others and they do get less use once I beat them. Still only a couple left for me, I was going to wait for the 3ds and had just a lite but at Christmas an xl came my way and I picked up 6 games for it, they now all sit on my 3ds and my xl will eventually go because I played brain age before I got it and I'm finished with them, my ds lite is my alarm clock and what's left for dsiware can easily go on my 3ds, also flipnote studio was a frustratingly limited art tool with horrible menus, hopefully the next one will be worth downloading and the internet browser only has Iwata asked over the new one on the 3ds, something that is easily done on my laptop. I was going to skip dsi's and go right to the 3ds because the dsiware did life sent one my way, it was nice but definitely a system I could have easily lived without.
31. Posted: Mon 10th Oct 2011 12:51 BST
Yeah I've bought some dsiwares since I own a 3DS . I have a Dsi but was never interested to buy a dsiware on it. The thing that i find stupid is that we cannot play dsiwares via our sd card just because of the anti piracy. I hate the copy cut paste thing to play them.
32. Posted: Wed 12th Oct 2011 11:29 BST
yes i still am
33. Posted: Wed 12th Oct 2011 11:29 BST