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61. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:02 BST
Mighty Switch Force. Felt the game's par times were way too demanding and the later levels much too difficult.
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62. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:05 BST
The only games I've bought were all perfect.
Dillon's Rolling Western
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63. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:06 BST
I know I'll get hate for this, but Pushmo. I just couldn't get into it..
64. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:08 BST
I know I'll get hate for this, but Pushmo. I just couldn't get into it..
Agreed. Pushmo is really boring IMO.
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65. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:24 BST
Not at all. I don't thiink it's the worst 3DSWare game, but it is overrated. It's repetitive as hell (both the gameplay and music) and become boring quickly, it's only good to play in short bursts.
I don't actively dislike any of the 3DSWare games I've bought, but if I have to choose a 'worst', then I'll go with Johnny Kung Fu. But only because like Pullblox (Pushmo) it's repetitive, but it's also fairly easy to finish and doesn't offer much replay value outside of a higher difficulty level.
Other games I've bougtht like Mighty Switch Force, VVVVVV and Dillon's Rolling Western have been excellent.
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66. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:28 BST
I know this is off topic, but did anyone else think Pushmo's music sounded sort of like the music from the meadow area in Paper Mario:TTYD?
67. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:39 BST
I know I've commented on this thread before (heck, I created it, lol), but here's a little bit more detailed list.
3D Classics: Excitebike - My original choice for this thread, and I'm glad I got it for free. While the 3D was novel, It quickly became boring, and I never got into the custom track creation.
Mutant Mudds - It's not a bad game, but it came out after masterpieces such MSF! & VVVVVV, which set the bar so high for retro platformers on eShop, that MM (understandably) couldn't stand out. It's a great retro platformer, but when the past 2 retro platformers on the service best it, it just doesn't stand out.
Pushmo - It's not a bad game, it's just that I'm not into puzzlers. I gave it a try, and while I can tell it's a quality game, it just wasn't for me.
Art of Balance TOUCH - same as above.
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68. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 04:58 BST
Excite Bike- Got boring, but had good 3D
Bird Mania- In my view, there was not enough content, though there was great achievements and was very challenging
Mutant Mudds-Great game, but wasn't a stand out. A bit to retro for me.
Pushmo-Was fun, but eventually got boring, even though it had AR capabilities
Colors 3D-It is a amazing app, but has missing tools in it
Liberation Maiden-A cool Lylat Wars-like game but is difficult to play if your a lefty.
I would think any 3DSware game to be "The Best" would need some DLC, good visuals, lots of content,
and would last a while (1-5 months minimum)
Edited on Wed 10th October, 2012 @ 04:59 by HaastMK7
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69. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 12:13 BST
That would be Excitebike 3D, I'm glad it was free because it gets boring very quickly.
Pullblox is a good game but it is certainly overrated.
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70. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 14:29 BST
excite bike has already been kinda week. the 3D isnt that amazing either.
i bought the nes game on the wii vc and got the 3d remake for free. playing it like 1-2 times a year maybe :/
pushmo is great but i expected it to be more entertaining and addicting like picross. still glad i picked it up for 20% off a few weeks ago.
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71. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 16:02 BST
Fun! Fun! Minigolf! TOUCH!
Not sure why I ever considered purchasing it. It's simple, easy and repetitive. Not that being simple makes it bad. It's just it has no depth what so ever.
Edited on Wed 10th October, 2012 @ 16:03 by Raiko
72. Posted: Thu 11th Oct 2012 07:50 BST
Any of the "Master of Illusion" $2 rip off titles. Those are my ULTIMATE worst titles. Also, Aquia. I never liked it. It got so much hype at the time but I hate it. (Its the only Art Style game I hate.) Oh, and those Metronome app thingies are kind of a waste of money.
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73. Posted: Thu 11th Oct 2012 08:27 BST
^Sorry to nitpick, but the thread's title: Least Favorite "3DSWare" Game?
74. Posted: Tue 16th Oct 2012 20:35 BST
Maybe Freakyforms: Your Creations, Alive! ... granted it's a terrific game for a young audience. I got it for the formee maker (being able to make and share them via QR code is cool) but it got repetitive after a while (mainly go fetch quests) and the explore time was too short when first starting out.
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75. Posted: Thu 18th Oct 2012 22:55 BST
Bird Mania, for sure...I bought it spontaneously because it was the first "3DSware" game released that was only $2 (correct me if I'm wrong). It's not that it's horrible, it's just lacking in content, and I hate using the "R" button to boost (didn't MK7 give it enough wear and tear?) Every other 3dsware game I've downloaded has been well worth the money, especially Cave Story.
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76. Posted: Sat 20th Oct 2012 20:56 BST
for me its mutant mudds. It starts of as a really bland game, then it evolves into a impossibly unfair game. Add clunky controls and retro graphics (for sales) and you have a peice of shit
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77. Posted: Mon 22nd Oct 2012 00:11 BST
I'd have to say Freakyforms. I really did enjoy it and it's a great game, I do recommend it, but... it didn't stick. I keep trying to get back to it, but I just end up not playing it again for months at a time. It's not my least favorite, per se, but more my most disappointing. I played it for about a week last Christmas and then nothing.
Second place is Pokemon Dream Radar, but I went into that one knowing it would be somewhat lacking, and it HAS increased my enjoyment of White 2 a bit. It's just a bit of a disappointment.
Pushmo comes in the middle, it's a great game! But I'm not very good at it. Here the problem lies with me. Kinda like Freakyforms, I just come back to it sporadically.
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78. Posted: Mon 22nd Oct 2012 22:26 BST
I'm surprised by all the "meh" opinions of Pushmo. It's easily one of my favourite puzzle games of all time. It's such an ingenious yet simple concept. Everything about it is polished and expertly designed.
As with any puzzle game though, it isn't meant to be played for hours on end. Play 1 or 2 puzzles every day or so.
79. Posted: Mon 22nd Oct 2012 23:29 BST
I know it's been done before, but 3D Classics: Excite Bikes was my least favorite. I usually check a game out before buying it, so I don't have any others.
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