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1,321. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 15:16 BST
@Qwikman - I haven't played either one, but I'd go with MMW. PvZ has a great difficulty curve, but the DSiWare version has only the campaign and minigames and lacks Survival, Puzzle, and Zen Garden modes, and those are where I find a lot of the replay value (in the DS cartridge version). There are simply better (and most likely less expensive) versions out there. That's just my opinion.
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1,322. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 15:18 BST
if you had to buy one plants would be the one but remember its not the FULL cart verison (somemini games are left out and the zen garden isnt in it.)
seems nintendo updated their site and now there is no way to see what games are coming soon ... so until nintendo goes back to the old way i guess we are just going to have to wait ever thursday till noon to see what comes out
Edited on Thu 23rd June, 2011 @ 15:19 by slidecage
1,323. Posted: Thu 23rd Jun 2011 16:51 BST
The Nintendo link is in a new but still tricky location:http://www.nintendo.com/games/gameGuide?download=dsiware
1,324. Posted: Fri 24th Jun 2011 09:33 BST
Alright thanks for the feedback, people. Since MMW is specifically for DSi, then I think I'll get that. While I don't own any other platform that PvZ is on, I may buy it eventually. However, I see MMW as a better choice since it was made specifically for DSiWare.
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1,325. Posted: Fri 24th Jun 2011 19:04 BST
So far I'm enjoying my first 2 purchases of DSiWare titles from Nintendo eShop, Army Defender and AlphaBounce. What should I get next?
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1,326. Posted: Fri 24th Jun 2011 19:36 BST
How much can you spend? For $8, I recommend X-Scape or Mario vs. DK. For $5, there's Starship Defense, Number Battle, A Kappa's Trail, GO Series PicDun, or Dark Void Zero. For $2, then I'd recommend Aura-Aura Climber, Airport Mania: First Flight, GO Series Captain Sub, Spotto, or Escapee GO. All are pretty solid imo.
1,327. Posted: Fri 24th Jun 2011 19:54 BST
I'm considering PvZ after playing a free trial version on the PC (handheld sounds like the better option) and Inchworm Animation due to video capability and replay value. Any other recommendations? No WayForward stuff please.
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1,328. Posted: Fri 24th Jun 2011 20:51 BST
picdun is a long game for the 5 bucks
1,329. Posted: Fri 24th Jun 2011 22:52 BST
Thanks! I have about 10 titles on my wish list now.
1,330. Posted: Sat 25th Jun 2011 01:11 BST
@Project-L - If you're still looking for new DSiWare titles, in addition to just about everything @Quikman reccomended, I also reccomend the following: Digger Dan & Kaboom, Castle Conqueror, Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords, and Trajectile. All of those are $5, except for Puzzle Quest, which is $8.
1,331. Posted: Sat 25th Jun 2011 04:48 BST
I second the Trajectile recomendation. Its a fantastic game and has tons of potential lasting appeal trying to get all the medals. It very addicting and extremely well made and polished. One of my favorite DSiWare games.
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1,332. Posted: Sun 26th Jun 2011 22:41 BST
Are the Anonymous notes games any good?
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1,333. Posted: Mon 27th Jun 2011 01:52 BST
Nah, they're repetitive and broken. Although they're only $2, they're a waste of time imo.
1,334. Posted: Mon 27th Jun 2011 23:16 BST
your better off just getting FROM THE ABYSS cart for the same price
1,335. Posted: Tue 28th Jun 2011 00:26 BST
Is Mario Vs DK a good choice?I haven't played any previous games in the series. I recently finished DK 94 for Gameboy and I'm curious. Is it okay to start with minis march again? Am I missing anything by skipping the previous games?
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1,336. Posted: Tue 28th Jun 2011 02:27 BST
@Link79 - You should have no problems jumping into MMA. The tutorials do a good job of explaining the mechanics (from what I remember), and the plot is so bare-bones that it doesn't matter that there were previous games in the series. You're not missing anything by not playing the earlier entries.
1,337. Posted: Tue 28th Jun 2011 02:54 BST
@ Birdman13Thanks I decided to get it. Pretty neat so far. I'm already getting stumped in some of the early levels. This should keep me busy for a while.
1,338. Posted: Tue 28th Jun 2011 18:35 BST
@Link79, Although it isn't a DSiWare title, if you really enjoyed playing Donkey Kong '94 would recommend buying Mario vs. Donkey Kong for the GBA. It follows almost the same formula as '94.
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1,339. Posted: Wed 29th Jun 2011 09:44 BST
I was thinking I might like X-Scape, but watched the game clip through the eShop. I have the 3DS and the clip looks awful (bad resolution or something). for those who have it & play it with the 3DS, does it look as bad as the clip?
1,340. Posted: Wed 29th Jun 2011 20:25 BST
few more games added
SO FAR ONLY 1 GAME FOR JULY 7.... was rumor dsiwere games were going to fall off ... we will have to wait and see what happens
Jewel keepers Easter Island 500 pts (sort of reminds me or a poor mans cradle of rome type of game without the building part) might been nice at 200.. for 500 I wait for review
Welcome to Jewel Keepers: Easter Island – an addictive match-three arcade action game with mind-blowing visuals and engaging storyline! This game will keep you entertained for hours, as you travel across Easter Island and help to unveil its mysteries.
One day Professor “H”, the world-renowned expert on Easter Island, received a strange letter from the capital city Hanga Roa. It was a cry for help from somebody unknown. It said that something bad was going on the island. Without any hesitation, Professor, together with his assistant Joel and his granddaughter Ivie, rushed to the island, where many puzzles, mysteries and quests awaited them. Can you help him to reveal the greatest secret of Easter Island? Features
JULY 14??Extream hangman 200 pts..... could be a good buy but then again its hangman so dont expect much I wonder what the challenge mode will be
Extreme Hangman 2 is coming! New categories, worlds, animations, and backgrounds are waiting just for you. The goal in Extreme Hangman 2 is to save the hangman by guessing the word. If you guess the word, the hangman lives. If you guess wrong, the hangman dies. You only have a limited number of times you can miss, so guess carefully! The sequel Extreme Hangman 2 boasts over 3000 words in 14 totally new categories, with 10 funny animations and 4 eye-catching backgrounds to choose from. Check your skill and try to save the hangman by guessing words in three difficulty levels.
PUZZLE FEVER 500 pts JULY 14 ... game looks like UBONGO without the story mode (same type of game match shapes to make them fit into a cutout image ... would of probally been day 1 at 200 pts.. will wait to see review for number of levels on this one ... looks like at least 125 puzzles in time attack mode. i enjoyed ubongo so i may pick this up day one .....
Puzzle Fever is a true test of skill for puzzle game fans, challenging players to race to prove their mental agility. Each puzzle consists of pieces that must be fitted together on a board. There is only one possible way for players to fill in the board’s gaps with the pieces they select. The premise is simple… the fun is endless!
Relax Mode Solve puzzles without any pressure. This mode does not feature time limits.
Time Attack Mode All of the puzzles must be completed in a race against time. Players must keep their eyes on the clock, as timing is essential. Puzzles must be solved within the recommended time periods.
Multiplayer This mode offers multiplayer gameplay through the wireless communication option. Players can adjust puzzle difficulty as well as the number of puzzles they want each round to contain. Features
Edited on Wed 29th June, 2011 @ 20:26 by slidecage