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Spoony_Tech

@Stereoman I would go Heist, Dig, then xeodrifter in that order. Heist will give you the most game for your money and it's just fun. Dig comes in at a close second but is much shorter. Xeo will please you but you may finish it far too soon wanting more.

Dig is more like Metroid as well. You basically carve out your own path and you get power ups similar to Metroid to help you advance. It's a lot of exploration and weapon advancement.

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@Stereoman Pretty much what Spoony told you, however I wouldn't choose SteamWorld Heist simply because I'm not that fond with strategy games and prefer the Metroidvania formula, however he's right, that's the more meaty game of the ones you mentioned by far and it had a really good reception.

The thing about games with the metroidvania formula that add replay value is trying to improve your time, finding all items and hidden stuff or simply having defeating my favourite boss because I enjoy the gameplay. Dig would be more like Terraria just because you focus on digging and th exploration is 2D. If any of those still doesn't convince you maybe you should save your money for now.

Personally the games I revisit more are Shovel Knight, Shinobi 3, and Azure Striker Gunvolt 2, but those aren't at discount. If you don't have any of those I highly recommend them whenever you have the chance.

I think you also mentioned that you have a New 3DS right? Well, in case you haven't played it Super Metroid is an incredible game, my all time favourite. I would recommend it over every other game.

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andrew20

I have a New 3DS
I have 10 dollars on the eshop what are great games to get
Also Blaster master zero(3DS) or mighty gunvolt and 3d classic or wait til Thursday

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roy130390

@andrew20 Blaster Master Zero is great, mighty Gunvolt was originally a gift for those that supported Azure Striker Gunvolt and it isn't worth the asking price in my opinion since you can finish it in less than an hour. The 2 Azure Striker games are great too btw.

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oninowon

@andrew20

What type of games are you interested in? Puzzles, rpgs, platform...?

eshop games I've enjoyed in the past...

Pushmo
Mighty Switchforce
Marvel 3D Pinball
The Denpamen
EscapeVector
Mario vs Donkey Kong Minis March Again
Pocket Card Jockey

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x-Lyfa

hey Ladies and Gentlenerds,

i've got 'round 9 bucks left on my 3ds (new 3ds/3ds xl) and wondered what i should buy next. :x
I'm mostly interested in rpg's and VC's, any recommendations (EU eShop)?

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roy130390

@x-Lyfa Hmm I really recommend shinobi 3 or river city ransom (in case you don't know it's a beat em up with rpg elements) but if you really want an rpg... I recommend waiting for an Etryan Odyssey IV discount... there's also Citizens of Earth, I believe it was less than 9 bucks and it's kinda similar to Earthbound.

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Xyphon22

I wasn't really sure where to ask this. Xeodrifter is on a good sale right now, and I know it has crossbuy with the Wii U, but the description in the eShop says that if you buy it at full price, you get the Wii U version for free (and vice versa). Does anyone know if you do not get both versions when they are on sale? And does Mutant Mudds have crossbuy, too, or just Xeodrifter?

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^I have bought crossbuy games on sale before and I still got the other version, however I don't remember seeing anything about it must be fullprice though.

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Xyphon22

Okay, follow up. Is there a difference between the Mutant Mudds on 3DS vs. Wii U? The Wii U one is called "Deluxe," but the 3DS one mentions having received 20 new levels. So are they both the same now, or does the Wii U version still have more content. I would rather get the 3DS one as it was made for 3D and it works better that way, but if the Wii U version has more content that will be the better value.

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x-Lyfa

Hey guys,
need some help - or should i say 'advice' - with the Street Fighter franchise.
There are three of them on MyNintendo and they'll expire soon.
i'm planning on getting at least one of them, but i'm unfamiliar to the series.

Which of 'em is the 'newest' (original release) ?

What is the difference between 'em?

What do you recommend to a newbie to start off?

Games are Street Fighter Alpha 2, Street Fighter II - Turbo, Super Street Fighter II - The New Challengers

I'm completely confused and this fandom wiki ain't help much >.<

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Captain_Toad

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From newest to oldest
Street Fighter Alpha 2, New challengers, turbo.

Alpha 2 gives off the most changes from the 3, A super bar to unleash powerful attacks and a custom combo system akin to a marvel vs capcom-style beatdown though the latter can be tricky to perform. The biggest roster out of the 3 although some of the original SF2 characters don't return here.

New Challengers give you... you'll never believe it, new challengers along with subtle improvements to the presentation.

Turbo speeds up the game to ludicrous speed if you wish to make it go fast, but be careful, faster speed means faster reaction time and not to slow down on the inputs for special moves.

I say go with alpha 2. Any more questions? Just ask.

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x-Lyfa

@Captain_Toad

thx for the infos.
so it'll be Alpha 2 then :3

or Super SF 2 The New Challengers (i do like the screenshots of it)

whats about the difficulty? Are they even or is one more challenging than the other one?

(yep i'm a totally noob if it comes to SF xD)

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Captain_Toad

@x-Lyfa They're even....evenly hard. Dropping down the difficulty a bit if you're easily frustrated is recommended.

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Yatagarasu64

I bought street fighter alpha 2 and, I don't like the way it plays on 3ds are there any better VC street fighter games?

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HeroOfCybertron

How is River City: Knights of Justice and how is it how is it compared to Tokyo Rumble which I already have on my 3DS?

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roy130390

@HeroOfCybertron Honestly... inferior. It's more of the same but less. Shorter campaign, easier, less interesting story, less modes... less. It's not bad by any means, Kunio games are tons of fun, but aside from the medieval setting it can't offer anything Tokyo Rumble hasn't offered. If you crave for more games like it, considering the cheap price, it's a good option.

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Matt_Barber

I've just found out that my New 3DS has $2.30 credit left on it. Any suggestions?

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I appreciate that Nintendo remembers with birthday sales, year ago and now too. ^^

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andrew20

i have 23 on eshop what should i do

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