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rayword45

MvDK will last you much longer due to User Levels existing.

I personally had more fun with Pop, but it's definitely for casual bursts. If you have an iTouch or something, try the lite version of Pop to get a grasp of what it's like.

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M vs DK is great, but if you've played any others in the series you may not find enough that's new. So I guess it's up to that, but I don't know much about pop plus solo, so ill say nothing about that.

It was pretty new and fresh until the last MvsDK DS retail game copied it in every way.

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Crazybrain1

Well, i decided to get Pop+ Solo.
I also got Bomberman Blitz.
BOTH RECOMMENDED!

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RR529

On a whim, I decided to download 10 Second Run (which is a bit odd, since I try to avoid DSiWare), but I'll admit, it's a great game, & it may have just changed my view on DSiWare. GAMEBRIDGE will have more of my support in the future, & I hope they eventually get around to releasing "3DSWare".

DSiWare I have:

  • 10 Second Run (love it)
  • Four Swords Anniversary (love it)
  • Anonymous Notes Chapter 1 (I guess it's alright for a $2 RPG, but it's too repetitive to be so long. You'll see every enemy type within the first area, even the one boss is reused for every area, and there's at least 4 areas, each with 3 stages of identical labyrinths. There's probably more than the 4, but I got too bored to continue.)
  • Art Style: PictoBits (got it through Club Nintendo's rewards program, because everyone said it was amazing, & while the Nintendo theme throughout is amusing, I quickly became bored with it, just like Pushmo. But I'm not a puzzle guy, so that's probably it.)
  • Art Academy: First Semester (used it once, then went back to Colors 3D!, without ever looking back.)

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rayword45

^Here's a hint. Stop avoiding DSiWare and get yourself X-Scape. Unless you hate Tank FPS games, you will not regret a single penny of those $8 you spent.

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Sforzando

I would VERY strongly recommend Go! Go! Kokopolo!! to anyone looking for DSiWare. That game is amazing, extremely indie, and far too unknown.

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RR529

RR529 wrote:

  • Anonymous Notes Chapter 1 (I guess it's alright for a $2 RPG, but it's too repetitive to be so long. You'll see every enemy type within the first area, even the one boss is reused for every area, and there's at least 4 areas, each with 3 stages of identical labyrinths. There's probably more than the 4, but I got too bored to continue.)

Okay, I have since went back & completed it. There are either 6 or 7 dungeons (can't remember which one I last completed), each with 3 "Abysses" (levels), which range anywhere from 1 to 3 floors (the final Abyss in a dungeon always has 4 floors, the 4th just being the dungeon's boss room).

As I said before, it's actually pretty long (especially for $2), and it controls fine. The only real issue is that all the dungeons have the same theme, enemies, and boss (just harder or easier, depending on what dungeon you're in).

So, it offers a nice amount of inexpensive action RPG dungeon crawling, but it all depends on whether or not the repetitive nature of the game gets to you.

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Douglas444

What buy... Dragon Quest wars or Castle Conqueror Heroes?

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Crazybrain1

Which 800 point game is the best?
-Go! Go! Kokopolo!
-Mario vs. DK March of the Minis

Also, which 200 point game is better?
-Paper Plane
-Army Defender
-myNotebook

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rayword45

Best 800 point game is X-Scape, Out of those 2, I've only tried MvDK.

Paper Plane was a personal favorite of mine back when I first had my DSi. I only wish they included Download Play rather then that clunky multiplayer and a few more time trial levels (like, at least double). Unlike Pyoro, this one actually contains new content.

Army Defender is okay, but not my game. It's basically like those defense games on Newgrounds where all you do is shoot oncoming enemies. Nothing really special.

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What buy... Dragon Quest wars or Castle Conqueror Heroes?

Dragon quest wars is a great game if you play multiplayer, but the single player game is just a tutorial.

Castle conqueror heroes is my favorite game on Dsiware by far.
It does not have a mutiplayer mode, but the single player game is fantastic. There are loads of different tactics that you can use to beat the enemy and it has 9 chapters to play through, which took me a long time to complete them all.
Castle conqueror heroes has a very high difficulty level so by chapter three it gets very difficult to clear the chapter first time.
I had to play chapter 6 about ten times before I could beat it.

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Entei wrote:

Douglas444 wrote:

What buy... Dragon Quest wars or Castle Conqueror Heroes?

Dragon quest wars is a great game if you play multiplayer, but the single player game is just a tutorial.

Castle conqueror heroes is my favorite game on Dsiware by far.
It does not have a mutiplayer mode, but the single player game is fantastic. There are loads of different tactics that you can use to beat the enemy and it has 9 chapters to play through, which took me a long time to complete them all.
Castle conqueror heroes has a very high difficulty level so by chapter three it gets very difficult to clear the chapter first time.
I had had to play chapter 6 about ten times before I could beat it.

Wow... Castle Conqueror is my choice! Look very good! Thank's for you opinion! XD

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Douglas444 wrote:

What buy... Dragon Quest wars or Castle Conqueror Heroes?

In total agreement with Entei, finished Castle Conq Heroes this evening after nigh on 30 hours gameplay, not quite as polished as Advance Wars and still great fun and a REAL challenge knowing when to retreat or try holding your ground... Yes level 6 is the stuff of nightmares...

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Entei

I downloaded castle conqueror heroes 2 just over a week ago and it is a really great game. I dont like it as much as the first one, because I found that the difficulty level was lower than the first game, and I don't like the music.

Castle conqueror heroes is my
favourite game on Dsiware, Plants vs zombies is my second favourite and Castle conqueror heroes 2 is my third favourite.

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Crazybrain1

rayword45 wrote:

Best 800 point game is X-Scape, Out of those 2, I've only tried MvDK.

Paper Plane was a personal favorite of mine back when I first had my DSi. I only wish they included Download Play rather then that clunky multiplayer and a few more time trial levels (like, at least double). Unlike Pyoro, this one actually contains new content.

Army Defender is okay, but not my game. It's basically like those defense games on Newgrounds where all you do is shoot oncoming enemies. Nothing really special.

myNotebook is a utility, not a game. Save your points.

Ok then, I may get Jump Trials Extreme or wait for Color Commando. Or maybe Paper Plane.
But it X-Scape a game that you can keep playing, even once you get everything (which probably won't happen)?

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Do you truly look at things positively? For example, do you look at the glass like it's always full? (Half water, half air.) Or when someone "lets the cat out of the bag," do you think it's because the person felt sorry for the cat stuck in the bag? There is a positive side to almost everything.

rayword45

Unless you want to relive the experience, no. Completing the campaign will take you 6-10 hours. If you're a completionist and want to 100% the game by finishing every mission, you can tack on another 2 hours or so (the reward for doing so sucks). The controls are a bit different then what you are probably used to (strafing is useless) but I warmed up to them quickly. And the game definitely feels like a lot of care was put into it, with minor details showing even on the loading screen.

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