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Thu 23rd Dec 2010

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Daeseok commented on Feature: Bargain Bin DS Games:

About £5 (used) games-

Well, there are Nintendo's brain training games, for a starter.
*Trauma Centre : Under the knife provides lots of frantic touchscreen actions, although the story's just rubbish.

  • Broken Sword: Director's Cut' - If you haven't tried this game 15 years ago, it's worth trying it now. Too bad the voice acting has been cut out for the DS version. but still has all the puzzles + extra chapters.
  • Magical Starsign is a good RPG in terms of gameplay- try this if the cutesy characters and trite story don't bother you too much.
  • MR. Driller Drill Spirits - as good as any other Mr. Driller titles.
  • Shiren the Wanderer - personally spent 100+ hours on this game. Some will hate this game, the others will love it. Roguelike without any compromises.
  • Pokemon Mystery Dungeon - Like Shiren, but much easier. Repetitive, but some will find it fun. The first game (Blue Rescue Team) is traded quite cheap.
  • 100 Classic Book Collection - Books for cheap
  • Pokemon Link - Fun puzzle game.
  • Meteos - One of the very first games on DS and still one of the best ones.
  • Hotel Dusk - Nice adventure game.
  • Civilization Revolution - May not have all the glory of PC versions, but still a very good game.
  • GTA: Chinatown Wars - wonder why anyone missed this game? So much to do in the city. DS version still the best because of the controls.
  • Pac Pix - another early game, but drawing your own pacman and making move is defo the coolest thing in the Pacman history.
  • Yoshi; Touch&Go - Started as a tech demo when DS was being developed, this game's so simple, but so addictive as well.


Daeseok commented on Review: Bugs'N'Balls (DSiWare):

So wrong! Why there isn't any mention of 'Penguin kun Wars' for MSX in the review? It's a clone game and the developers should feel ashamed.



Daeseok commented on Current Wii Model to be Discontinued:

Without the gamecube controller ports, one cannot play 8-player Bomberman Blast, but other than that...
It's 2011 and very difficult to find any retailers dealing with gamecube games, most casual gamers wouldn't care.



Daeseok commented on Review: Double Dragon (Game Boy):

Double Dragon Advance for the GBA remains as the best game in the series for me... but it's much more expensive now (at the ebay). If you can't afford that, by all means go for the GB version download..