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701. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 01:00 BST
@sonic_brawler - Imo, Green Groove beats SoD. But that's just me. You'll have a fun, albeit short, time with both though.
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702. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 01:30 BST
Ok, I'll probly but Maestro if I ever have some points lying around.
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703. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 19:50 BST
Okay, so I have 500 points left. Which should I get? :-Soul of Darkness,-A Kappa's Trail,-Glow Artisan,-Maestro (is it all classical music stuff?)or -Face Pilot (if it works, Nintendo Life says it does, IGN says it doesn't)
I have no interest in ArtStyle games and I'm not into puzzle. (except for Glow Artisan)
704. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 20:08 BST
@KC - Green Groove is mostly (or maybe all) classical stuff. If that doesn't float your boat, get A Kappa's Trail. I personally found Glow Artisan to be too challenging and SoD to be a little too overhyped (an 8, possibly, but definitely not a 9). As I don't reccomend games I don't have, I have nothing to say about Face Pilot.
705. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 20:11 BST
Sweet. Is A Kappa's Trail long?
706. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 20:12 BST
Face Pilot works if you have the right background. Otherwise, it'll freak out and become unresponsive.
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707. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 20:13 BST
Yep, and it's got a lot of replayability to it. The 3 minigames could've easily been 200 point games by themselves if they were fleshed out more.
708. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 20:23 BST
Thats good to know!
709. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 20:35 BST
All DSiware games are Short and Boring.
Your better off saving your cash for a DS game you haven't played yet.
But the Best DSiware games, are the ones that make you come back for more.
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710. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 21:04 BST
Alphabounce just made your comment untrue.
711. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 21:44 BST
I see that A Kappa's Trail didn't get that good of a review though.
712. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 22:03 BST
@JumpMad - Clearly you've never played AlphaBounce, X-Scape or Mario vs. DK: Minis March Again!
@KC - According to NL's scoring policy:"A seven is not average in our eyes. This game will sport a few areas where the game is blatantly let down to the detriment of its overall quality and enjoyment, but it is NOT average."
There are two detriments to this game (at least imo): The huge difficulty leap and the camera control. However, with a little practice, both of these aren't really that big.
713. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 22:22 BST
Hey a kappas trail is very hard but very fun. Anyways before buying more points look these thread: http://www.nintendolife.com/forums/wii/i_lost_21700_nintendo_...
And also check that they are GREAT DS games coming these year.
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714. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 22:38 BST
This might be my last points card and i have 500 points left. If i were as addicted to purchasing WiiWare as him, I would be effected like everyone else. Besides, 24700 points? Some people need some self-control.
715. Posted: Wed 18th Aug 2010 22:58 BST
@KCK Did you have any specific questions about any of those games?
Edited on Wed 18th August, 2010 @ 22:59 by jdarrell
716. Posted: Thu 19th Aug 2010 00:28 BST
I've heard of a person whose played Soul of Darkness for his 3rd time, and he's not tired of it. I was wondering if that's because he's one of the people who can't put a game down until its beat, or not.
And to my perspective, A Kappa's Trail looks kinda strange. If Face Pilot works, i would kinda prefer that.
I look for games that made special use of the DSi's camera and other specialties. Soul of Darkness and Castle of Magic have that feature, but there both short. Thats why I'm interested in Face Pilot and Glow Artisan.
I'm also really into music so Maestro interested me, but I'm more into modern Christian hard rock and stuff. I liked the concept and stuff, but if the length is not worth the price. How long is that game anyway?
717. Posted: Thu 19th Aug 2010 01:08 BST
Face Pilot works, trust me. You can adjust the camera to work in a bright room, or a dark room far that matter, and it helps a bit. Honestly, IGN must've been playing this game in a cave or something. Its an 8, and DEFINALLY not a 4, or what ever low score IGN gave it. As a side note: I may think IGN is baised, but I don't hate them. Just thought I should let you know.
I too want to know how long Maestro is, because I'm not really sure if I want to buy a short game. :/
Edited on Thu 19th August, 2010 @ 01:09 by sonic_brawler95
718. Posted: Thu 19th Aug 2010 01:39 BST
I played through Soul twice (the second time on hard.) If I was out of games to play I could play it about an hour a day even though there's no real point. Basically expect to play it once, maybe twice for the sake of hard mode.
I would call the camera for Face Pilot glitchy, I was able to get perfects in all the levels without difficulty though, haven't heard anyone else mention completing the game though. Someone said it works outside good. Other than that, you basically need a spot to play that you can tilt the DSi without a white ceiling etc. filling up 1/3 of the screen.
Actually the camera use in soul of darkness you merely hold a colour right in front of the lens to get a minor amount of currency from chests. Can't remember if there was another feature.
For lengths, Face Pilot can be completed in I think a few hours. Glow Artisan has a decent length, but when you have other games you probably won't spend much time on it after you finish it. Other than that I thought the random level feature was well done.
I don't have Maestro, but there's a few reviews for it:http://www.gamerankings.com/ds/998084-maestro-green-groove/in...
And there's another one that has a Youtube review (at the bottom):http://www.brainlazy.com/article/video-games/maestro-green-gr...
With the music choices it seems they went out of their way to make it a fun game for anyone who likes music at all. I'd expect it to be as replayable as the average music game with a low amount of songs.
Edited on Thu 19th August, 2010 @ 01:48 by jdarrell
719. Posted: Thu 19th Aug 2010 01:48 BST
I recommend Rytmik when it comes out next week
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720. Posted: Thu 19th Aug 2010 01:52 BST
Except that's 800 points and I have 500.