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101. Posted: Sun 5th Feb 2012 21:24 GMT
@Pogocoop Rytmik Rock Edition has the same amount of content as the other Rytmiks, just with different intruments. It doesn't have less sounds or options than the other Rytmik games. If you like Rock music, than Rock Edition is a great value.
102. Posted: Tue 7th Feb 2012 20:59 GMT
i have $5.52 left on my eshop account what should i buy
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103. Posted: Tue 7th Feb 2012 21:11 GMT
Pyramids, or if you have that Super Mario Land 2 or Donkey Kong '94.
104. Posted: Wed 8th Feb 2012 04:01 GMT
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105. Posted: Wed 8th Feb 2012 04:04 GMT
Buy Donkey Kong '94, NOW!
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106. Posted: Wed 8th Feb 2012 17:00 GMT
i already have donkery kong 94 and mario land 2 and kirbys dream land
107. Posted: Wed 8th Feb 2012 21:11 GMT
Do you have Pyramids?
108. Posted: Thu 9th Feb 2012 03:03 GMT
I already have Mighty Switch Force and I plan on purchasing these 5 titles eventually...
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I just don't know what order I should purchase these in.
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109. Posted: Thu 9th Feb 2012 03:13 GMT
I'd say Pushmo first. It's the one with the most content and easy to get levels. It's also very fun.
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110. Posted: Tue 14th Feb 2012 00:29 GMT
I have 5 bucks burning a hole in my E-Account. Should I get DARK VOID ZERO or SOUL OF DARKNESS first? I love CASTLEVANIA and 8-bit shooters. I just want to know which is better gameplay and length wise.
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111. Posted: Wed 15th Feb 2012 03:33 GMT
I highly recommend Mutant Mudds if you're a fan of platformers and old-school design. It has great level design and a superb soundtrack and is just plain fun to play.
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112. Posted: Wed 15th Feb 2012 03:42 GMT
@WhiteTrashGuy both Dark Void Zero and Soul of Darkness are quite short, with the latter clocking at around 2 hours max and Dark Void Zero taking only 45 minutes. I know for a fact though that Dark Void is blisteringly hard, so that might take a while. I think that Dark Void Zero has more varied gameplay though; it's not just a platformer and you have a jetpack which opens up a lot of variety in the levels. Plus, there are a good assortment of weapons to try out which all have their strengths and weaknesses. Soul of Darkness just plays like a castlevania game; there's nothing really unique about it.
May I also recommend to you Metroid II? Its longer than either of those two games by far and it's also a bit cheaper. The only downsides is that it's in black and white and there is an element of exploration which might be taxing to the more casual player.
Gargoyle's Quest is another recommendation on the VC side of things; it will take you about 2 hours minimum to finish and is also really hard. There are some rpg elements on the overworld but really it's just another great old school platformer which controls brilliantly and is just a lot of fun.
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113. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 01:56 GMT
The irony. Now I need some help picking an eShop game. Which should I get first? Sakura Samurai or Mutant Mudds. I have enough for both, but which first? I know they'll both take a while.
114. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 01:59 GMT
Mutant Mudds. Sakura Samurai is fairly short if you don't dig into the all of the side content, by the way.
115. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 02:37 GMT
How long would you say Mutant Mudds would last? I'm leaning more towards it right now.
116. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 02:49 GMT
I finished Mutant Mudds with everything completed at the 6 hour mark while Sakura samurai took me 5 hours, but still need to beat the expert mode. I'd say if you're a Platformer junkie, get Mudds first but you should try Sakura Samurai also if you get the chance, it seems to have a love-hate affair around the web. I'd say that I enjoyed it more so than the other eshop games so far, it really feels like a fleshed out Punch out made for the N64.
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117. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 04:03 GMT
If you're stuck between Mutant Mudds and another eShop game, Mutant Mudds (at this point) washes the others out. It's a charming, challenging retro platformer with fine attention to enemy and platform placement.
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118. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 04:06 GMT
Mutant Mudds looks good. I'll see how to balance my funds when Dillon's Rolling Western comes out.
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119. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 04:10 GMT
I'm thinking about getting Art Academy Semester One. What do you guys think about it?
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120. Posted: Sun 19th Feb 2012 18:11 GMT
Well, ok. I'll be getting Mutant Mudds first. Thanks guys!