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WoomyNNYes

jump wrote:

There’s another trick you can try. If you pull the cart out when saving it may corrupt the save data which then defaults to the original blank non saved state.

ūüė†ūüė†ūüė†Terrible idea. Eel!?, @jump is making terrible ideas. haha<3

Corrupted game saves can only be solved by making a new game save file, which is what we can't do here. So, I'm not going to go down that road. If you were playing around, I still appreciate the @jump

On the plus side, as far as I could see, I think the game came with like 30% complete, which is much better than everything being completed.

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@Dogorilla Yep, that is a perk work Atlus's 3DS eShop offerings; they significantly dropped the prices some time ago. Etrian Odyssey IV is normally $19.99 going by the eShop price. Same with Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. So $9.99/half off for those two isn't bad at all.

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octokid

3DS is dead, but I might be getting a 2DS XL. Which games (outside of ACNL, Tomodachi life and miitopia) do you guys recommend?

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WoomyNNYes

@octokid Mario Kart 7
Mario Kart 7
Mario Kart 7
Mario Kart 7
Mario Kart 7

Do you even drift, bro? I'm just playing with you there, cause there's drifting in Mario Kart.

Mario Kart 7 online racing is still active. I still play some every 2-3 months. MK7 is very similar to Mario Kart 8; the character weight classes are the same, karts & parts stats are similar to MK8. So, if you wanted new Mario Kart 8 content, Mario Kart 7 can serve that purprose. And getting 3 star ratings on all cups is a decent challenge. AI can be a bit ruthless at times in150cc, but eventually, skill will get you 3 stars on a cup.

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WoomyNNYes

@octokid I hope you can find a decent deal. 2DS XL's have been at scalper prices since fall/winter, or longer. Around $300+ dollars for a new one in the US.

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octokid

@WoomyNNYes I'm in Canada, and I found one for auction. It's in good condition, a few scratches but they don't bother me. So far the highest bid is $38 USD, which is 42 Canadian. Doesn't have a box which might explain good prices.
Edit, I meant 45 Canadian bucks. Edit 2: Things just escalated really fast, up to 75 USD! 90 Canadian!

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octokid wrote:

@WoomyNNYes I'm in Canada, and I found one for auction. It's in good condition, a few scratches but they don't bother me. So far the highest bid is $38 USD, which is 42 Canadian. Doesn't have a box which might explain good prices.
Edit, I meant 45 Canadian bucks. Edit 2: Things just escalated really fast, up to 75 USD! 90 Canadian!

That’s an amazing price, I would so jump on this.

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Maximumbeans

@Wavey84 When I finally get around to playing 3D OOT, it will be my first proper go with the title.
Sacrilege to some people but there just wasn't the money when I was growing up so I had to pick and choose carefully...Zelda just wasn't on my radar.
I've grown to appreciate the series so hopefully I'll enjoy it.

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Odins_Right_Eye

@theblackdragon Definitely Luigi's mansion dark moon. It's a really Entertaining game. The game is divided up into missions which is really nice because you can just play one mission and feel accomplished. I always feel like i need to to more in luigi's mansion 1 and in think the game being divided up into missions is especially good for when you just need something to do for 15 minutes or so.
Thank you for your time

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Maximumbeans

I've been giving Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology a try lately and I have to say, it's pretty good. Slow to start but it's getting better the more I play.

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BongoBongo123

What good Metroidvania games would you recommend on 3ds?

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mcdreamer

@BongoBongo123 Perhaps a really obvious one, but Samus Returns is excellent if you've not yet played that.

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Maximumbeans

mcdreamer wrote:

@BongoBongo123 Perhaps a really obvious one, but Samus Returns is excellent if you've not yet played that.

@BongoBongo123 I second Samus Returns. Really great game that goes on the right amount of time.

Steamworld Dig 1 and 2 are excellent smaller titles that are hard to put down once you're into the gameplay loop. 2 is far more metroidvania-esque than the first.
There are also the DS Castlevania games which are all good.

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BongoBongo123

@Maximumbeans Thanks for the suggestions. Steamworld Dig 2 is currently on sale on the eu eshop and I heard its more story focused than the first one. The combat seems not great though. Could be a good shout though.

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Maximumbeans

@BongoBongo123 It's much more story focused. The combat isn't exactly deep - you either hit enemies with your pickaxe or use bombs to kill them. The main draw is the exploration and the gameplay loop of digging as deep as you can, selling what you've got, getting better gear, digging deeper and so on.

Mobility is also an absolute blast, by mid-to-late game you've got a variety of options to get around and it's incredibly fluid. Well worth the price in my opinion.

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BongoBongo123

@mcdreamer Yeah I've played it and think its good. The controls are tight and the parry mechanic is enjoyable. So many metroids to get though, I never played it to completion...Although I have finished Castlevania Mirror of Fate which was also developed by Mercury Steam.

I think the 3ds has a decent amount of metroidvanias; xeodrifter, cave story, Shantae (1,2,3).

Just trying to find out if there's any obscure ones that i'm missing. Say...like...Tails Adventure on GameGear is meant to be ok. And it's cheap.

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JuveLeo

If anyone is into strategy RPGs, the Fire Emblem games are great. Just beat FE: Conquest and it was a phenomenal game with a great story. Highly recommend

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SnackPop

If you like Zelda games with some town building on the side, check out Ever Oasis.

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