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rosemo

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?

I'd say if you want something relaxing and fairly "quick play", go with AoB Touch. I played it for about 10 hours and completed everything. If you want a really deep RPG experience, go with Crimson Shroud. As I see it, you can't go wrong with either one.

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rayword45

If you have $17, by all means go with both.

Other then that, just choose based on genre.

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Order up..

worth the 5? how long is it for those who played it

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Totally worth it. Best cooking sim ever made.

The campaign is only 5 hours or so though.

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DarkCoolEdge

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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?

I think Crimson Shroud is a better game. I'd go for it first.
By the way, it was not developed by level-5, they edited and published.

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CrimsonFire

Now that i bought a $20 card last week i need recommendations on what to buy.
I have

Mighty Switch Force
Bomb Monkey
Pushmo
3D Classics Kid Icarus

I have thinking about, Crashmo,HarmoKnight, Dillion either one of the 2. So what can you reccomend for me

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DefHalan

CrimsonFire13 wrote:

Now that i bought a $20 card last week i need recommendations on what to buy.
I have

Mighty Switch Force
Bomb Monkey
Pushmo
3D Classics Kid Icarus

I have thinking about, Crashmo,HarmoKnight, Dillion either one of the 2. So what can you reccomend for me

Out of those I only have Crashmo but it is amazing

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@CrimsonFire13 - I can't really say whether or not you should get it asap, but considering that TLR only adds more things to do on top of everything in the original one, it'd be better to start with DRW first.

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rosemo

EscapeVektor is on sale for $4.99 and it seems as though no one is playing it. I think it's pretty fun though.

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DarkCoolEdge

CrimsonFire13 wrote:

Now that i bought a $20 card last week i need recommendations on what to buy.
I have

Mighty Switch Force
Bomb Monkey
Pushmo
3D Classics Kid Icarus

I have thinking about, Crashmo,HarmoKnight, Dillion either one of the 2. So what can you reccomend for me

If you enjoyed Pushmo, Crashmo is a must. If you like 2D platformers VVVVVV is great but short and a bit pricey.
If you like rpgs you shouldn't miss Crimson Shroud. It is a great and unique game.

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EscapeVektor is one of the best games on the eshop. Totally worth the money, especially at this reduced price.

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I'm loving EscapeVektor, great artsyle, great music and really good for some quick gaming on the go. Really worth it!

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Magikarp3

@Retro I can't really speak for anyone else, but it seems very story based and quirky. I adore the 70's Japan setting, as well as the keen detail put into the backgrounds and monster designs. It's just the one game of the set which I have the highest expectations for.

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CrimsonFire

Can anyone tell me what

Liberation Maiden and Crimson Shroud are about and generally how long the game takes to complete.
I want to get these games while they are still on sale.

Magikarp3

@CrimsonFire Liberation Maiden's a shooter with mechanics similar to Kid Icarus Uprising, where you use the stylus to target and shoot things. There are five 10-20 minute long missions and three difficulty levels, so you'll be finished with it in 2 hours. The game is quite intense though; it doesn't pad out the experience at all.

Crimson Shroud is a fantasy visual novel with a really cool RPG style battle system. The story is a little hard to get around unless you like reading, but it's certainly very unique and creative. It'll take you around 6 hours to complete depending on how good you are with the battle system, and an extra 6 to go through New Game + and unlock the second ending.

My recommendation: Get both! Especially with the discount!

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RR529

Magikarp wrote:

@CrimsonFire Liberation Maiden's a shooter with mechanics similar to Kid Icarus Uprising, where you use the stylus to target and shoot things. There are five 10-20 minute long missions and three difficulty levels, so you'll be finished with it in 2 hours. The game is quite intense though; it doesn't pad out the experience at all.

Crimson Shroud is a fantasy visual novel with a really cool RPG style battle system. The story is a little hard to get around unless you like reading, but it's certainly very unique and creative. It'll take you around 6 hours to complete depending on how good you are with the battle system, and an extra 6 to go through New Game + and unlock the second ending.

My recommendation: Get both! Especially with the discount!

Pretty much this, although I think it's also important to note the 30 achievements you can unlock in Liberation Maiden, which can give it some real legs (and since they unlock artwork, character bios, ect., it makes you want to earn them).

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CrimsonFire

You know what, I will definitely get Liberation Maiden and will think about Crimson Shroud(It even has Crimson part of my username).

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