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Topic: Why'd you think there's no good DSiWare games coming out anymore?

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liavcol

1. Posted:

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By good I mean not a cheap 2$ games but a good (at least 5 $) game with good gameplay and a story mode.
And if you think I'm wrong please explain.

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MrWalkieTalkie

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Because everyones moved on to 3DSware, or whatever its called.

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Chrono_Cross

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The same reason developers are migrating away from WiiWare.

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rayword45

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I've seen people deliberately avoid DSiWare as a whole, which is in my opinion much stupider. Games like X-Scape and Mighty Switch Force deserve more love.

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ramstrong

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Because in order for me to buy and download DSiWare, I'd better be sure it is worth the memory it's taking on the device. Whereas 3DS eshop wares reside in memory card, and I have 16 GB. If there's a way for me to store the program in SD card, without having to manually "unpack" the program, then I'd buy more programs.

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Klimbatize

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ramstrong wrote:

Because in order for me to buy and download DSiWare, I'd better be sure it is worth the memory it's taking on the device. Whereas 3DS eshop wares reside in memory card, and I have 16 GB. If there's a way for me to store the program in SD card, without having to manually "unpack" the program, then I'd buy more programs.

Yeah, this is my issue. I've maxed out my low system memory on my 3DS (don't have a DSi) so even though I would like to check out some DSi games I'm stuck doing the whole deleting/saving thing. For someone like me that plays in 15-20 minute intervals, spending some of that time shifting games around is a turn off.

I don't have that issue with 3DSware because of a larger SD card, so I'm free to download anything that catches my eye. I wish DSi games were able to be played off an SD card.

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I've seen people deliberately avoid DSiWare as a whole... Games like X-Scape and Mighty Switch Force deserve more love.

Huh?

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CrazyOtto

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Because the 3DS.

Also, the only DSiware that even comes out in Japan now is localisations of western made DSiware.

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