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501. Posted: Tue 21st Dec 2010 18:09 GMT
I currently have 1400 points and I am not sure which of the games in this list to download:Shining Force 2Soldier BladeYs Book 1 & 2Breath of Fire 2Phantasy Star 1Phantasy Star 4FaxanaduMaybe Majora's Mask (time limit seems very irritating, might need someone's opinion on this though)Nebulus
502. Posted: Tue 21st Dec 2010 18:19 GMT
You posted this on VC-Forums as I recall. I'll say what I meant to say there but plum forgot:
The time limit in Majora's Mask isn't that annoying so long as you don't suck at the puzzles (like I do). With the Song of Time the game is beatable within The Time Limit, though that requires that you know what you're doing. Even if you don't, so long as you have the dungeon weapon, you having to do a dungeon over again shouldn't be a problem either. It only really gets annoying if you do the side quests, most of which are optional.
With that said, My recommendation would be Ys Books 1 & 2 and either Phantasy Star or Faxanadu. All of those games you listed are highly recommended, but those three are top priority in my opinion.
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503. Posted: Wed 22nd Dec 2010 00:52 GMT
I'm trying to decide whether I should download Rondo of Blood or Castlevania IV. They both look pretty similar, it's just a matter of level design, I suppose.
Also: would you guys say that Phantasy Star 1 has aged well? I have a pretty high attention span when it comes to old-school RPGS, but I've heard there's an insane amount of grinding.
504. Posted: Wed 22nd Dec 2010 01:13 GMT
I'm trying to decide whether I should download Rondo of Blood or Castlevania IV. They both look pretty similar, it's just a matter of level design, I suppose.Also: would you guys say that Phantasy Star 1 has aged well? I have a pretty high attention span when it comes to old-school RPGS, but I've heard there's an insane amount of grinding.
There's less grinding than in Phantasy Star 2 if I recall correctly, but there's still a lot I suppose. I still say it holds up better than Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy, though.
505. Posted: Wed 22nd Dec 2010 12:50 GMT
Alright, I have points. And am currently playing Battle Load Runner. And liking it a lot! I want some suggestions for other games that fall into that similar category. I have Bomberman 93 and Mr. Driller, which I feel are in the same genre. Anyone know of some great games like these?
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506. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 07:51 GMT
@Lordy This thread might help you decide which Castlevania to download. http://www.nintendolife.com/forums/virtual_console/which_vc_c...I'd add that, like all SNES games, Super Castlevania requires a classic controller or Gamecube controller. You thankfully only need the Wii Remote to play Rondo of Blood and it also has a useful autosave feature.
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507. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 18:38 GMT
I plan on getting Mario Party 2. Is it good in single player?
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508. Posted: Thu 23rd Dec 2010 22:26 GMT
It's pretty good if you're playing by yourself. I'd recommend it.
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509. Posted: Fri 24th Dec 2010 08:46 GMT
I was kinda thinking about Wrecking Crew. Any thoughts...
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511. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 00:28 GMT
Looking for some good TG-16 games. Wanting to download Rondo of Blood, but I kinda want to get another TG game. Already have YS Books 1 & 2, Lords of Thunder and Neutopia. I generally like RPG's and strategy games and I know that limits me to Military Madness, but i plan on getting that on Wiiware at another time. Also I'm not really interested in Neutopia II until i finish the first one. So suggest away.
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512. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 00:31 GMT
Lords Of Thunder. Kicka** soundtrack with live instruments, awesome yet challenging shmup gameplay, and pretty damn good graphics for the time.
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513. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 02:34 GMT
Gates of Thunder? oh, Dragon's Curse is a good pick!
514. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 08:14 GMT
I prefer Lords of Thunder over its predecessor Gates of Thunder, but I heard that the preference is all in which one a person buys first.
515. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 08:35 GMT
I'm looking for a good platformer that's 500-600 points. I really like Mario games, that could be something to work off of.
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516. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 19:30 GMT
I got 4000 points I am trying to spend wisely. bought 5000 just now, and bought super mario 64. Which is one of my favorites of all times. besides super mario 64, I have Zelda: OOC, and pokemon Snap. Pokemon snap half because it's good, and half because of nostalgia
well. I am currently looking at Zelda: A link to the past, super mario bros, super mario bros 3, super mario world and paper mario (64) all the marios are games I had in my childhood, except paper mario. Zelda: A link to the past I am unsure of is good or not, as I haven't played it. By the looks of it, it looks pretty good - But I want to be really sure.
of those, which ones would you recommend?
any other games I should look into, that is in the N64, NES, SNES collection?
517. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 21:58 GMT
A Link to the Past is good, but quite a bit different from Ocarina, the same formula's there, though, just with different twists that come from being in 2D. Paper Mario is also recommended. Lots of fan service for long-time Mario fans, and it's just a fun, simple adventure with enough story, action(for a turn-based roleplaying game), and exploration to hold ones attention to the end. Don't expect a challenge, though.
518. Posted: Thu 30th Dec 2010 22:19 GMT
Link to the Past is a really great game. I think you would be missing out more if you didn't play it than if you hadn't played Ocarina of Time.
519. Posted: Fri 31st Dec 2010 13:02 GMT
OK, I'm a couple hours away from deciding to finally buy a Wii. I'll be buying it primarily (or wholly) for Virtual Console. I just have one question... it seems there aren't many puzzle-style games released thus far. In fact the only Panel de Pon / Tetris Attack I see is the N64 Pokemon tie-in. I see the recent review for Magical Drop II- cool. I love puzzle games. Are there many other great puzzle titles on VC? Especially 8 or 16 bit generation. Thanks!
520. Posted: Fri 31st Dec 2010 13:43 GMT
@decision: Get A Link to the Past and Paper Mario! These have priority. Amazing games.
@TTGlider: Mario's Super Picross (SNES) and Wario's Woods (NES) are personal favourites of mine.
Here's a list of other VC puzzle games that are available.Puyo Puyo Games: Kirby's Ghost Trap (SNES), Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (MD), Puyo Puyo 2 (MD).Magical Drop Games: Magical Drop II (NG), Magical Drop III (NG).Columns Games: Columns (MD), Columns III: Revenge of Columns (MD).Pokémon Puzzle League (N64)Pac-Attack (SNES)Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye (MD)
Puzzle platformers and stuff like that too? Have you looked into Solomon's Key (NES), Solomon's Key (VCA), Lode Runner (NES), Battle Lode Runner (TG), Boulder Dash (C64), Wrecking Crew (NES), Adventures of Lolo (NES), Adventures of Lolo 2 (NES)? Other classics such as Tetris and Dr. Mario are available on WiiWare. WiiWare also has tons of great new puzzle games and original stuff.