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ForeverIgnited

Who else thinks that games like Temple Run and Angry Birds should be ported to 3DS eShop (I know Angry Birds Trilogy is out, but how about selling Angry Birds Star Wars or Space for $2).

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Undead_terror

It's up to the developers if they want to put games on the eshop and if they can find a publisher or whatever, other then that I would like IOS games to come to the eshop just don't make the games pricey since most games are free on IOS.

ShadJV

As a consumer, I don't want the eShop to be filled with this stuff but... Well, from a business standpoint, it'd be smart to do so. And I suppose there are lower quality games already on the eShop.

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Sunnymj

Not sure if I want a lot of ios games on my 3ds. Some good iOS games that would benefit with real buttons like RPG(a genre the eshop needs more of) and platformers(Super little Acorns a great example of an ios game to 3ds, even if it's a little bit expensive) would be great. But I would rather have exclusives made especially for the 3ds, than a lot of ports. I have an iphone and some games are perfect for it, but not all of those would fit for the 3ds. Games are often best if they are made for the system(s) they are released for in mind. I have almost none free games on my phone, can't stand freemium/free-to-play, and I don't want that types of games on the eshop.

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Sunnymj wrote:

Not sure if I want a lot of ios games on my 3ds. Some good iOS games that would benefit with real buttons like RPG(a genre the eshop needs more of) and platformers(Super little Acorns a great example of an ios game to 3ds, even if it's a little bit expensive) would be great. But I would rather have exclusives made especially for the 3ds, than a lot of ports. I have an iphone and some games are perfect for it, but not all of those would fit for the 3ds. Games are often best if they are made for the system(s) they are released for in mind. I have almost none free games on my phone, can't stand freemium/free-to-play, and I don't want that types of games on the eshop.

I agree with this statement

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I'd love to see any of the Chaos Rings games come to 3DS (the first one is coming to Vita, so you never know).

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Sunnymj wrote:

Not sure if I want a lot of ios games on my 3ds. Some good iOS games that would benefit with real buttons like RPG(a genre the eshop needs more of) and platformers(Super little Acorns a great example of an ios game to 3ds, even if it's a little bit expensive) would be great. But I would rather have exclusives made especially for the 3ds, than a lot of ports. I have an iphone and some games are perfect for it, but not all of those would fit for the 3ds. Games are often best if they are made for the system(s) they are released for in mind. I have almost none free games on my phone, can't stand freemium/free-to-play, and I don't want that types of games on the eshop.

Agreed, and I just really want to have Temple Run on the eShop. The bottom screen is used for running, jumping, etc. And I'd want it like the first Temple Run.

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As a fan of the RPG genre (loved the early FF games , suikoden, breath of fire etc) I realy hope Nintendo could release such amazing games! And iOS do this so well, mostly becuase I find classic JRPG easily on the iOS but hardly find any on eshop. Square... Can't you release FF or chrono trigger for vc (first we need SNES support for 3DS)

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Sunnymj

I also want the old Squeenix games on the 3ds(espcially Chrono Trigger, wish I had the DS-version), have not bought any on ios 'cause I fear the virtual joysticks are awful.

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Windy

I say sure bring those games to the Eshop. But stop playing us for fools with the Higher prices. They did it with angry birds 29.99 and also Zenonia 7.99 Both of those games are .99 cents in the AppStore and the android Playstore. On angry Birds Behalf it was released on Cartridge and did have some manufacturing costs. But Zenonia Did not.

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I'd like to see Airport Mania 2 on 3DS eShop. Stylus controls are superior to multi-touch controls with bare fingers.

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Sunnymj

Gunman clive is the best example of an iOS port on the eshop, the game is better on the 3ds(real buttons) and the price is fair(only tiny bit more expensive, which is fine). I'm fine with paying twice for great ports from ios, but not 9 times the price like Zenonia(got it for free once on iOS, horrible controls).

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Windy

Sunnymj wrote:

Gunman clive is the best example of an iOS port on the eshop, the game is better on the 3ds(real buttons) and the price is fair(only tiny bit more expensive, which is fine). I'm fine with paying twice for great ports from ios, but not 9 times the price like Zenonia(got it for free once on iOS, horrible controls).

Gunman Clive was so good just a great example of good gaming and simplicity but fun! I must be a big fan of fetch quests cause I really like Zenonia. I did not like the price difference of Zenonia though. I hope in the future who ever is doing the pricing for the Eshop they dont keep doing this

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Klimbatize

Gunman Clive was $2 on iOS when it was released on the eShop. Same price. Is it cheaper now?

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Sunnymj

Klimbatize wrote:

Gunman Clive was $2 on iOS when it was released on the eShop. Same price. Is it cheaper now?

I checked, and the price is the same in the US on the App store and eshop($2). I guess you are right that the price is the same, but here in Norway it's 14kr on the App store and 16kr on the eshop(2kr difference is nothing). I bought it on the eshop when there was a sale so it only costed me 12kr. Maybe, it's only here in Europe we have a very small difference in price, and games are generally more expensive here and especially in Norway(taxes and higher wages).

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Windy wrote:

Sunnymj wrote:

Gunman clive is the best example of an iOS port on the eshop, the game is better on the 3ds(real buttons) and the price is fair(only tiny bit more expensive, which is fine). I'm fine with paying twice for great ports from ios, but not 9 times the price like Zenonia(got it for free once on iOS, horrible controls).

Gunman Clive was so good just a great example of good gaming and simplicity but fun! I must be a big fan of fetch quests cause I really like Zenonia. I did not like the price difference of Zenonia though. I hope in the future who ever is doing the pricing for the Eshop they dont keep doing this

You mean the devs and publishers?

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