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Undead_terror

761. Posted:

So I got a little over $19 and wanted to know what should I get.
Atv wild ride
bloody vampire
nano assault ex
kersploosh
or should I wait for a bit for better games to come out.

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Ralizah

762. Posted:

Mega Man 3 is awesome. Definitely my favorite of the old school games, and by far the one I played most as a child.

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763. Posted:

undead_terror wrote:

So I got a little over $19 and wanted to know what should I get.
Atv wild ride
bloody vampire
nano assault ex
kersploosh
or should I wait for a bit for better games to come out.

Nano Assault EX is beast for $15. Haven't tried the other 3 though. Other recommendations would be EscapeVektor, X-Scape and Art of Balance: Touch. I'm just guessing on what you might not have.

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764. Posted:

undead_terror wrote:

So I got a little over $19 and wanted to know what should I get.
Atv wild ride
bloody vampire
nano assault ex
kersploosh
or should I wait for a bit for better games to come out.

I've enjoyed Kersploosh!, and believe it's well worth the $2.99, but I haven't played the other games, so I can't compare.

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WaluigiBag

765. Posted:

I HIGHLY recommend ATV Wild Ride 3D!

It is VERY FUN! It is only $7.99 (for a $40 Nintendo 3DS experience). It has excellent controls, race courses, tricks, and presentation. It has online play (silky smooth connection). If you like racing games, please buy it! Also, Renegade Kid is a fantastic developer! :D

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GamecubeMan

766. Posted:

From a gameplay perspective, is Gunman Clive worth $2?

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RR529

767. Posted:

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From a gameplay perspective, is Gunman Clive worth $2?

Yes, especially if you like Mega Man. The bosses are so fun that I sometimes boot it up just to fight them, lol.

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BenAV

768. Posted:

WaluigiBag wrote:

Also, Renegade Kid is a fantastic developer!

I'm yet to play a single game that suggests that this is true. :P

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GamecubeMan

769. Posted:

I love Mega Man's gameplay :O Thanks for the recciomendation. @RR529

What, @BenAV you didnt find Muttant Mudds to be a good game?

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770. Posted:

undead_terror wrote:

So I got a little over $19 and wanted to know what should I get.
Atv wild ride
bloody vampire
nano assault ex
kersploosh
or should I wait for a bit for better games to come out.

Get Nano Assault if you haven't played the retail original, especially if you have a CPP, that game is begging to be played with it. Definitely one of my fave eshop games. If you are willing to add more funds, I'd say that Bloddy Vampire is a decent little Metroidvania. Just don't expect any spectacular visuals though, the game looks basically like a doujin game.

As for the other two you mentioned, I haven't played them but Wild Ride has great online MP and Kersploosh is a relatively short game that can be beaten under an hour but there is a bunch of incentives to replay each stage.

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BenAV

771. Posted:

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What, @BenAV you didnt find Muttant Mudds to be a good game?

I played it for about an hour or so, got a bit bored and haven't felt any motivation to return to it since.
I don't think it's a bad game, just pretty average.

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772. Posted:

The music was awesome really gave off a retro vibe. However, the lack of boss fights would be my only complaint about the game. Other than that, when you get to level 3-1 and beyond the game gets more engaging and challenging. Also the game makes you backtrack to reach the more difficult levels. :3
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773. Posted:

Meh, I just found it boring and I have too many other things to play so I'll probably never get around to it again. :P

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Undead_terror

774. Posted:

Im still not sure but im looking more at nano assault then the rest, thanks guys. (too bad I don't have a cpp)

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775. Posted:

So I'm considering getting a game at the Eshop and here's what I've narrowed it down to.

Liberation Maiden
Sakura Samurai
Pokemon Dream Radar
Crimson Shroud
Art of Balance Touch

Which of these 5 should I go with?

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776. Posted:

ShinRPGGamer wrote:

So I'm considering getting a game at the Eshop and here's what I've narrowed it down to.

Liberation Maiden
Sakura Samurai
Pokemon Dream Radar
Crimson Shroud
Art of Balance Touch

Which of these 5 should I go with?

1. One of the games I only tried rather then purchase. It was decent but the controls felt strange (likely something you'll just get used to like other DS shooters) and from what I hear it's very short.
2. I would recommend this when it's on sale. Hard to do so at regular price. It's fun but repetitive, oftentimes ugly (especially character models) and overall just seems to lack something
3. This is just Face Raiders with abilities to help you out in Pkmn B/W2.
4. Again, haven't played, but it won the forums award for best eShop game.
5. I loved this game. It was totally addicting with relaxing music and sleek graphics, and it lasted me quite a while with a decent-sized campaign and then Endurance mode/Achievements.

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1. Art of Balance: Touch
2. Sakura Samurai

Don't own, based on reviews, friends opinions and quick tries

1. Crimson Shroud
2. Liberation Maiden
3. Get the hell out of here with the dream radar bullcorn burnt whatever I can buy a lunch for $3 first

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777. Posted:

ShinRPGGamer wrote:

So I'm considering getting a game at the Eshop and here's what I've narrowed it down to.

Liberation Maiden
Sakura Samurai
Pokemon Dream Radar
Crimson Shroud
Art of Balance Touch

Which of these 5 should I go with?

1. Great game! It has awesome style, the shooting action is very crazy (in a good way), and the theme song is very catchy. It's a bit short (only 5 levels), but it's designed for high score chasing, & has 30 achievements to unlock.

2. I found it to be very fun. It has a charm about it, IMO. The main game will only last you a few hours at most, but it also has 30, 50, & 100 enemy "thug challenges", it has a new game+, and you can dedicate steps to bring your zen garden to life.

3. Pretty much a side app to B2/W2.

4. It's a great game (my personal favorite eShop title). It has an engaging story, it has a charm (it literally plays like an old fasioned table top RPG), has an in depth battle system, and has a new game +. It has turn based battles.

5. I'm not much of a puzzle guy, but I'll admit that this is one well made game. Great graphics, keeps it's formula constantly fresh, and has a great amount of content.

Crimson Shroud (highest priority)
Liberation Maiden l
Sakura Samurai l
Art of Balance l
Pokémon DR (Least priority)

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778. Posted:

ShinRPGGamer wrote:

So I'm considering getting a game at the Eshop and here's what I've narrowed it down to.

Liberation Maiden
Sakura Samurai
Pokemon Dream Radar
Crimson Shroud
Art of Balance Touch

Which of these 5 should I go with?

Definitely Crimson Shroud... that's the only one on the list that's an absolute must own.
Liberation Maiden, Sakura Samurai and Art of Balance are all alright, but none of them outstanding.
Pokemon Dream Radar is completely terrible as far as being a game goes... it's only real purpose is for Pokemon owners to get a few free Pokemon and items.

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779. Posted:

ShinRPGGamer wrote:

So I'm considering getting a game at the Eshop and here's what I've narrowed it down to.

Liberation Maiden
Sakura Samurai
Pokemon Dream Radar
Crimson Shroud
Art of Balance Touch

Which of these 5 should I go with?

I haven't played Liberation Maiden nor Dream Radar but from what I've heard, they both are too short.

Crimson Shroud it's a great game if you like turn-based rpg's. Plus, you'll have to play it twice to see the true ending which makes quite long for a dlc. It took me 20+ hours.

Art of Balance is a good game and if you like you can spend a lot of time with the secondary modes. The problem for me is that it has some almost impossible puzzles because of strange physics.

Art of the Sword is not bad but is certainly not what I expected. Of these three should be the last to get.

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ShinRPGGamer

780. Posted:

So to sum up what I've been told and from my own research.

Liberation Maiden: Good but short. I am interested in it enough though to consider it at a later date
PDR: Complete crap, play face raider instead.
SS:AotS: Sounds like people found it to be underwheming, so i'll give it a pass.
Art of Balance: I did play the demo before posting, If I didn't like what I heard about the other 4 then this is the one I would have bought, sounds like the puzzles and replay value justify the price.
Crimson Shroud: I like turn based RPG's and it does seem interesting. Plus I've been meaning to try a Level 5 game at some point.

So I'm narrowing it down to Crimson Shourd and AoB Touch. Which one should I go with?

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