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Topic: DS Games [Virtual Console]

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Tuurtledove

Tuurtledove

21. Posted:

@Obito_Tennyson

Hmm,
Wouldn't that then mean you have a triple screen setup. Between your Gamepad/Television and Screen Plugin?
And also, where would the benefit be in such a screen compatibility, as opposed to merely making your 3DS compatible with the console system?

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Obito_Sigma

Obito_Sigma

22. Posted:

Tuurtledove wrote:

Hmm,
Wouldn't that then mean you have a triple screen setup. Between your Gamepad/Television and Screen Plugin?
And also, where would the benefit be in such a screen compatibility, as opposed to merely making your 3DS compatible with the console system?

Oh, how embarrassing, I can't save you from the embarrassment because there isn't PM on this website... Anyway, that's exactly what my second sentence said, so there's no point in explaining anything. Just reread my post...

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DudeSean

DudeSean

23. Posted:

DS games should be on the 3DS eShop. DS games on Wii U would probably be the worst looking games you could possibly put on the Wii U, except for maybe the Virtual Boy, but I'm pretty sure Nintendo is going to continue to pretend like the VB never existed.

DudeSean

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Tuurtledove

Tuurtledove

24. Posted:

@DudeSean

Hmm, Well Nintendo is slowly going through their massive library of SNES/NES titles,
So hopefully as the years continue they'll slowly progress to the N64 and more hand-held focused titles

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DudeSean

DudeSean

25. Posted:

Uhm... yeah? I'm sorry, why are you directing that at me? Are you replying to what I said, somehow?

DudeSean

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DarkEdi

DarkEdi

26. Posted:

There are available some DS retail games in DSiware to download. I remember a few ones like Puzzle Quest, Red Hood Zombie BBQ (or something like that), Chrono Twins and even Plants vs Zombies to download in the DSi or 3DS eshop.

Me gusta jugar videojuegos. Soy de México. Sorry my english grammar. I love the Virtual Console, party and fighting games too.

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ogo79

ogo79

27. Posted:

DarkEdi wrote:

Hood BBQ

oooh! you like hood barbeques?
youre more than welcome to attend mine, its on halloween night!
youll fit right in
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the_shpydar wrote:
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)

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DarkEdi

DarkEdi

28. Posted:

How funny, hehe. :)

Me gusta jugar videojuegos. Soy de México. Sorry my english grammar. I love the Virtual Console, party and fighting games too.

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skywake

skywake

29. Posted:

This is already kinda a thing on the 3DS: http://club.nintendo.jp/rank2013/famicomwars/index.html

in Japan, for Club Nintendo.... with one game... that was never released in Japan before. Still, it's far from impossible.

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KingMike

KingMike

30. Posted:

That's kind of a special thing. I read that was actually a multi-language game (depending on the DS language) with Japanese programmed in the game but disabled from the released western versions.

KingMike

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skywake

skywake

31. Posted:

KingMike wrote:

That's kind of a special thing. I read that was actually a multi-language game (depending on the DS language) with Japanese programmed in the game but disabled from the released western versions.

You missed the point. Special or not it's a DS game that you can download and play on the 3DS. If they can do this then a DS VC on the 3DS is entirely doable.

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baba_944

baba_944

32. Posted:

A "NINTENDO DS" "Virtual Console" game I want is "Super Princess Peach". I'm not even kidding.

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Bass_X0

Bass_X0

33. Posted:

I'd download Super Princess Peach. I had that one but sold it.

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Dankykong

Dankykong

34. Posted:

DudeSean wrote:

but I'm pretty sure Nintendo is going to continue to pretend like the VB never existed.

Wtf really? Did you miss Tomodatchi Life's VB worship? They've even mentioned it about 150 times since then in multiple info charts and videos they've done. What do you want them to do? Talk about it every day like it sold 10 million units and had a full blown library? They remember loud and clear if you pay attention.

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GoneFishin

GoneFishin

35. Posted:

Is there a controller shortcut to swap screens? Say for instance that I'm playing Yoshi's Island DS with the full screen option, go down a pipe, and suddenly Yoshi and most of the action is centered on the gamepad screen instead.

Is there an easy and quick way, if I wanted to, to swap screens so that the lower screen is displayed on my tv instead? Or is going into the screen options and changing my screen setting to something else, all that I can do in such a circumstance if I want to stick to the tv screen?

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Sean_Aaron

Sean_Aaron

36. Posted:

Only way I can see to switch screens is pressing ZR for the VC menu - no on-the-fly stuff.

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