according to GAF nintendo have announced a new 3D handheld to be revealed at E3 and will be out by March 2011
― cozen, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 07:37 (eleven years ago) link
3D without using the glasses sounds interestinghttp://translate.google.com/translate?js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&layout=1&eotf=1&u=http://www.nintendo.co.jp/ir/pdf/2010/100323.pdf&sl=ja&tl=en
― cozen, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 07:40 (eleven years ago) link
sic transit gloria DS
― Contemplative Punk (jamescobo), Tuesday, 23 March 2010 07:45 (eleven years ago) link
― cozen, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 07:54 (eleven years ago) link
virtual boy DS
― 丫 power (dyao), Tuesday, 23 March 2010 07:54 (eleven years ago) link
so how will it differ from this then?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5QSclrIdlE&feature=player_embedded
― cozen, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 08:24 (eleven years ago) link
can't believe kevin butler didn't give us the drop on this last week
― cozen, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 08:26 (eleven years ago) link
praying for 3D DOT HEROES port
― cozen, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 08:34 (eleven years ago) link
Weird. I wonder how this 3D would work gamewise on a handheld. It's one thing when you're sitting still in a theater looking at a screen, but on a small mobile device - I'm just having a hard time picturing what kind of experiences it would offer and how good it could possibly work. Will be interesting to see (supposedly I'll be spending a day at E3 this year, so hopefully they'll be demoing something). Even though the PR comes from the main Nintendo site, a part of me wonders if it's just bullshit to make Sony shit all over themselves and freak out over their psp2 plans.
Seems like Nintendo of America wouldn't be pleased that the same week they're finally launching the XL in NA, Nintendo of Japan announces they are going to announce the DS successor.
― Jeff LeVine, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 14:36 (eleven years ago) link
if it's all backward compatible, I can't bitch.
― forksclovetofu, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 15:50 (eleven years ago) link
― forksclovetofu, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 15:51 (eleven years ago) link
one eye on the left screen, on eye on the right screen
― abanana, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 16:00 (eleven years ago) link
― JimD, Tuesday, 23 March 2010 16:03 (eleven years ago) link
yeh its backwards compatible. glad i never got round to buying a DSi now.
― aztec gamera (zappi), Tuesday, 23 March 2010 16:12 (eleven years ago) link
― aztec gamera (zappi), Wednesday, 24 March 2010 01:48 (eleven years ago) link
I'm still very doubtful of 3D gaming (especially on a handheld) being anything other than a useless gimmick. I'm definitely interested to see what they're doing and how it's going to work, but I'm feeling really skeptical. I guess my main worry is that whatever they do will end up being especially hard on the eyes. I already find it hard to look at a small DS or PSP screen for extended amounts of time and adding in effects that are tricking your eyes seems like it might make headaches come even faster...
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 24 March 2010 14:49 (eleven years ago) link
according to unconfirmed reports the 3D in the screen can be turned off, so not every game will have to incorporate it. the same reports seem to suggest that the two screens will pretty much join up and the graphics will be bumped up to gamecube levels, both of which will be much more useful in the long run. its all guesswork at this point though - nintendo have said its going to be playable at E3 so we only have to wait 3 months to find out.
― aztec gamera (zappi), Wednesday, 24 March 2010 15:38 (eleven years ago) link
― abanana, Wednesday, 24 March 2010 15:40 (eleven years ago) link
I have an eye condition and can't do 3D. (tho maybe this DS will work since I don't need the glasses?)
but yeah, hate this weird 3D resurgence so much.
― original bgm, Wednesday, 24 March 2010 15:51 (eleven years ago) link
Me too, Alan. 3D makes me physically ill.
― EZ Snappin, Wednesday, 24 March 2010 15:58 (eleven years ago) link
that is a pretty nice color tho
― Nhex, Thursday, 24 June 2010 18:51 (ten years ago) link
so is this 3DS thing just layers of screens?
― serious nonsense (CaptainLorax), Friday, 25 June 2010 04:28 (ten years ago) link
2 layers at that... jesus depth in 2 layers
― serious nonsense (CaptainLorax), Friday, 25 June 2010 04:30 (ten years ago) link
I like everything about it except that you can only look at it from one angle. Wld much rather have a DSi XL than this for that very reason.
― breaking that little dog's heart chakra (Abbott), Friday, 25 June 2010 04:31 (ten years ago) link
you can turn off the 3D easily, though, so no probs
― Nhex, Friday, 25 June 2010 04:38 (ten years ago) link
Yep, little worried about this:
The screen has a terrible, terrible angle of viewing
The elephant in the room, and the reason Nintendo was adamant that no one film 3DS games directly off the screen. This is going to be the system's make-or-break issue. The trick to the 3DS's visualization technology is that it (apparently) layers two screens one on top of the other. When you look at it straight-on, it looks like 3D! But tilt the machine even just a couple of degrees from dead-on and suddenly the illusion shatters and what you see is two ghost images rather than a single unified "solid." Look at it from a side-on, over-the-shoulder perspective and it's even worse. In a sense, the 3DS is the conceptual opposite of the DSi XL; the latter was purportedly designed to be a system that encourages people to gather round a single system and watch, but try doing that with the former and everyone's going to see something very ugly unless the depth slider is set to "off." More crucially, though, the 3DS's visual effect can break even for the person using the system if they don't hold it very, very carefully. I found that the natural movement of my hands and head during a fast-paced action game like Starfox 64 caused the system to move out of alignment for me. I wonder what impact this will have for long-term play; if you have to hold the system very carefully at a precise angle, it's going to become very tiring very quickly... to say nothing of the fact that the games which stand to benefit most from 3D visualization are the ones most likely to cause you to get you into the action and let your angle of viewing drift.
Still, I'm pretty pumped about the 3DS
― Come along, we shall dine at an expensive French restaurant. (Z S), Friday, 25 June 2010 04:41 (ten years ago) link
It occurred to me that this reaction (while very sober and reasonable) is probably the most negative hands-on I've read about the 3DS. I have this suspicion that due to the press' tepid reaction to the original DS and opposite predictions for the PSP (as Parish mentions), perhaps the journalists would rather praise it now rather than looking foolish later (as it'll be easy enough to trash if it releases badly which is pretty unlikely) - but for now they're hesistant to point out shortcomings. Though of course, there's also the reason that Nintendo is strictly claiming that the system's far from finalized, in both hardware and software.
Also it's possible that there'll be a lot of launch titles that overuse or badly use the 3D (like the touch screen in the first gen DS games) and that'll change over time as developers get more used to it.
― Nhex, Friday, 25 June 2010 05:46 (ten years ago) link
don't think i've ever thrown my head about when playing a handheld game, so i can't imagine that being a problem. more worried about me being lefthanded & there being games that use a analog nub + stylus in right hand control system (although if you can use a finger maybe it would be like dual analog?).
― zappi, Friday, 25 June 2010 07:41 (ten years ago) link
So it's like a holographic baseball card?
― Jeff, Friday, 25 June 2010 11:16 (ten years ago) link
I am gleefully rubbing my hands together about how "The World Ends With You!" could run with an extra level of 3D! I am now hardwired into the two screens at a time battling system and could do with an extra challenge. Come on Squenix!! I dare you!
(Sadly this is speculation, I don't think they'll do a sequel, never mind a megabastard 3d sequel - oh but they *should*!)
― superpitching, Monday, 27 September 2010 15:52 (ten years ago) link
3DS Dated for February 26, priced 25,000 yen
25,000.00 JPY = 298.703 USD !!!!
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 05:56 (ten years ago) link
more details here, if you can get it to load...http://www.andriasang.com/e/blog/2010/09/29/nintendo_conf_live_blog/
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 05:57 (ten years ago) link
300 would make this a not-day-one purchase for me.basically anything above 200 for any handheld is outta my range.
― Muscus ex Craneo Humano (forksclovetofu), Wednesday, 29 September 2010 06:16 (ten years ago) link
yeah, that's quite a lot! I mean, more than a 360 or a ps3 - kind of mind boggling (even if they get it down to $250 in NA). Depends on the games for me, but I'm not really interested in 3D effects or a gameboy virtual console, they're going to have to be something really special & special isn't more Mario Kart and Zelda remakes and Animal Crossing again.
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 06:27 (ten years ago) link
also with new iPad refresh (and price drop?) coming out around then - that's where I'm looking to spend some money, I think
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 06:30 (ten years ago) link
― Jeff LeVine, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 07:16 (ten years ago) link
also with the psp2 being announced soon
― my sex drew back into itself tight and dry (abanana), Wednesday, 29 September 2010 09:13 (ten years ago) link
yikes, well that price has killed my launch day boner. will wait for inevitable hardware revision & price cut instead.
― zappi, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 09:43 (ten years ago) link
isnt everything way more expensive in japan?
― If Airplanes Could Fly This Place Would Be An Airport (s1ocki), Wednesday, 29 September 2010 13:43 (ten years ago) link
shocked at the price but still do want
― Ride decided to give birth to a giant poop log & disguise it as a CD (jamescobo), Wednesday, 29 September 2010 16:26 (ten years ago) link
i think it sounds terrible
― If Airplanes Could Fly This Place Would Be An Airport (s1ocki), Wednesday, 29 September 2010 16:27 (ten years ago) link
never mind, psp2 incoming
― zappi, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 16:30 (ten years ago) link
well that price has killed my launch day boner
― Nhex, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 16:32 (ten years ago) link
wow, guess I was mad rong about the price. apparently the DSi XL launched at a way higher price than the US version so all I can do is hold out hope for that to happen again, but even so it'll still probably be priced like the PSP GO.
the software looks sick as hell though. also Virtual Console for GB/GBA games finally confirmed! (even though I only really give a shit about getting Link's Awakening)
― Ride decided to give birth to a giant poop log & disguise it as a CD (jamescobo), Wednesday, 29 September 2010 17:32 (ten years ago) link
yeh but it doesn't look like they've done anything about their online structure ie. purchases tied to the hardware, so if your handheld breaks you lose your digital downloads.
― zappi, Wednesday, 29 September 2010 17:41 (ten years ago) link
holy shit, LAYTON PHOENIX WRIGHT CROSSOVER!!!
― zappi, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 13:22 (ten years ago) link
ALSO WANT THIS
― zappi, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 13:23 (ten years ago) link
infinite OMG at Phoenix Wright x Layton
― Nhex, Tuesday, 19 October 2010 14:40 (ten years ago) link
― Brick Frog! (forksclovetofu), Tuesday, 19 October 2010 15:28 (ten years ago) link
Phoenix Wright + Layton! And they brought Maya back, it looks like...
― 17th Century Catholic Spain (Abbbottt), Tuesday, 19 October 2010 15:34 (ten years ago) link
That definitely covers most of it but also, if you've got any affection at all for pokemon or animal crossing, X/Y and New Leaf are both near perfect renditions of their respective series.
Picross 3D 2 came out in Japan late last year so there's a decent chance that'll get a western release at some point too, if you're tempted to actually spend money on pokemon picross it's probably worth waiting for that instead.
― JimD, Monday, 29 February 2016 18:57 (five years ago) link
pokemon x|y definitely near the top of my list as well, gonna pass on the remakes tho bc i have played them (altho i guess if you've played one you've played em all)
― Worth Taking from Little Kid (Will M.), Monday, 29 February 2016 18:59 (five years ago) link
Yeah I've got a similar no remakes rule with pokemon.
― JimD, Monday, 29 February 2016 19:00 (five years ago) link
the 3D Picross games didn't seem to me as good as the 2D ones
― Nhex, Monday, 29 February 2016 19:06 (five years ago) link
I love them (or at least, the one I've been able to play so far), the logic's maybe a little simpler but they're really pleasingly tactile, I just really enjoy rotating the block and chipping away at it until you've got a recognisable little object left. Picross 3D is to sculpture as Rock Band is to music. Think I placed the original first in my P+C ballot the year it came out.
― JimD, Monday, 29 February 2016 19:13 (five years ago) link
BTW if anyone's thinking about picking up Fire Emblem Fates, I gotta repeat what I've been hearing around since I bought it: pick up Birthright. You can buy the other paths as DLC, and Birthright is the easiest/most straightforward path. I'm playing Conquest now, it's tough, and I know I'll get pretty bored when I go back and do Birthright second because it's more remedial.
― Worth Taking from Little Kid (Will M.), Monday, 29 February 2016 20:00 (five years ago) link
instead of throwing my N3DS out the window, i just bit the bullet and got some of these for my thumb http://i.imgur.com/UzddGs7.jpg
nub no longer slips but my girlfriend makes fun of me so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
― ﷽ (diamonddave85), Monday, 29 February 2016 20:23 (five years ago) link
like your thumb doesn't stay in plae on the analog stick? have u tried gluing a lil sand on there? (i haven't, but i reckon it would work)
― Worth Taking from Little Kid (Will M.), Monday, 29 February 2016 20:26 (five years ago) link
my hands get a little sweaty when im playing and the nub doesn't grip at all.. didn't think of the sand thing, was thinking about sandpaper and some others, but i decided on the baby condoms, might try one of those rubber thimbles for a less disposable solution
― ﷽ (diamonddave85), Monday, 29 February 2016 20:29 (five years ago) link
Four words: RHYTHM HEAVEN MEGAMIX 3DS
(also: Monster Hunter Generations - good localized title for the new 3DS MH. My MH friends playing the JP version say it's possibly the freshest MH yet)
― abcfsk, Thursday, 3 March 2016 22:41 (five years ago) link
super excited about MHX, thought that there was no way it was coming over. Also Dragon Quest 7 in the summer! That Metroid game still looks shitty tho.
― ( X '____' )/ (zappi), Thursday, 3 March 2016 22:49 (five years ago) link
I bought a 3DS grip and while I feel somewhat silly playing what appears to be a batarang in public it's worth it simply because of how much more comfortable the system is to hold & use with a grip in the mix. make sure you get one that will fit your system; not all grips are created equal
+1 for Rhythm Heaven Compilation; people on SA who imported it said there's a story you have to slog through, but I have faith that they'll do the localization proud. also stoked for SNES VC games to be released, particularly Earthbound and LTTP which I believe I get for cheaper since I had already bought both on Wii U? who knows. the idea of having to continue to buy these old ROMs is infuriating and insulting but I will keep doing it if only to signal to Nintendo that they should definitely keep cranking out ports like this; we might even get Mario RPG.
in other news, HNNNNNG: http://www.polygon.com/2016/3/3/11158320/super-famicom-nintendo-3ds-limited-edition
I'm perfectly happy with my New XL, but every time I see those colored XYBA buttons I get a burning urge to get one of those. that's a piece of consumer electronics with hellacious visual appeal. apparently the non-XL is only available as part of bundles so I'd have to get ANOTHER 3DS and go through the whole system transfer rigamarole. but damn some of these faceplates look nice as fuck; I really like the one made of wood (even if it costs $50 - although at least that's not as bad as the glow-in-the-dark Boo one which goes for $200ish).
― grinding like a jolly elf (jamescobo), Friday, 4 March 2016 06:53 (five years ago) link
Yeah part of the reason I went for the n3ds non-xl was those colored buttons. It's just too good a look.
More hardware-locked virtual console is a bit eeeh, but also yes, I will buy those SNES games for my n3DS. I hope / think the NX will be a shift in terms of logical account sharing across systems and also cross-buy handheld/console.
― abcfsk, Friday, 4 March 2016 09:12 (five years ago) link
requiring the New 3DS for those SNES roms is suuuuuuuch bullshit.
― Nhex, Friday, 4 March 2016 09:29 (five years ago) link
Yeah I've seen a bunch of people trying to convince themselves that it's justified because the emulation needs the extra CPU, but when the first gen 3DS was handling GBA emulation just fine that's clearly bollocks.
― JimD, Friday, 4 March 2016 13:07 (five years ago) link
i had a 3dsxl but downsized to a new 3ds when they came out pretty much solely for the snes-style buttons like a total fuckin' dork
never regretted it tho
― the uniqueness of our billionaires (bizarro gazzara), Friday, 4 March 2016 13:21 (five years ago) link
To be fair the first gen was running the GBA games natively the same way they run DS games natively, they boot up in a different mode. Emulation is a lot more CPU intensive. The lack of crossbuy is however utterly laughable in 2016, and the pricing of these games is crazy. £8.99 for a 20+ year old ROM?!?
― ( X '____' )/ (zappi), Friday, 4 March 2016 13:26 (five years ago) link
nintendo's cross-buy policy is insane
― the uniqueness of our billionaires (bizarro gazzara), Friday, 4 March 2016 13:36 (five years ago) link
You'd probably pay more for the carts on ebay to be fair... after a few shitty years i wouldn't blame them for not glutting the marketwith ultra cheap fantastic older games that will fill up peoples consoles in place of newer premium ones that they have more reason to sell
― jamiesummerz, Friday, 4 March 2016 13:48 (five years ago) link
To be fair the first gen was running the GBA games natively the same way they run DS games natively, they boot up in a different mode.
Couldn't they just do that for the SNES games too though? I mean even if that locks out your streetpasses while you're playing or whatever. I'm sure people with older hardware would rather put up with that than feel they're being encouraged to buy a whole new machine just to play pilotwings in 2016.
― JimD, Friday, 4 March 2016 13:58 (five years ago) link
No, the 3DS contains a DS chipset which incorporates a GBA chipset, so when GBA games are played they are run natively using a GBA hardware chip. There is no SNES hardware chip in the 3DS so they can't be run natively, they would need to be emulated by the 3DS CPU. Presumably the OG 3DS CPU is not powerful enough to run SNES emulation.
― ( X '____' )/ (zappi), Friday, 4 March 2016 14:14 (five years ago) link
Pocket Card Jockey is legit, one of those perfect "just one more" portable games.It's a solitaire horse racing hybrid, where you race horses around a track by playing games of simplified solitaire to a time limit. Yes really.If you lose too many races your horse gets sent to the farm and you try again with a different horse. Horses at the farm can be paired off to breed the next generation of horses, inheriting characteristics of their parents.The presentation is simple but cute, reminds me of the Rhythm Heaven games in its flat cartooniness.Oh yeh and it's made by the Pokemon people, there's a lengthy free demo available. Try it!
― ( X '____' )/ (zappi), Thursday, 5 May 2016 23:05 (five years ago) link
Every single time I leave my 3DS alone for more than 5 mins, the next time I pick it back up my bf has slid the 3d and volume sliders up to max :(
― Interesting. No, wait, the other thing: tedious. (Trayce), Friday, 6 May 2016 05:53 (five years ago) link
nothing worse as a 32 year old than opening my 3DS on a bus having left the volume up and the Donkey Kong theme then making a loud monkey noise for all to hear
― jamiesummerz, Friday, 6 May 2016 11:33 (five years ago) link
the volume and 3d sliders seem to go up pretty much every time i put down the machine, i think it's just really easy to slide them when holding it closed? i've gotten good at checking both before opening it at this point
― yellow despackling power (Will M.), Friday, 6 May 2016 14:17 (five years ago) link
agreed re: Pocket Card Jockey; I've been getting absolutely destroyed ever since I had to give up the horse I got for the first race, but it's still incredibly compelling. also they let you name the horses, meaning I can finally attempt to restage the 1974 Kentucky Derby.
― grinding like a jolly elf (jamescobo), Saturday, 7 May 2016 03:11 (five years ago) link
BTW there's a current Humble Bundle with 3DS/Wii U games in it for anyone interested:https://www.humblebundle.com/friends-of-nintendo-3ds-wiiuIn for Rhythm Thief
― Nhex, Saturday, 7 May 2016 04:32 (five years ago) link
Pocket Card Jockey is something
― abcfsk, Saturday, 7 May 2016 12:55 (five years ago) link
i just realized yesterday when i friend told me, but earthbound is out on this now. i am going to finally beat earthbound this time. (i borrowed the cart twice in my life, and never finished it...)
― a simba man (Will M.), Thursday, 4 August 2016 15:27 (four years ago) link
I got excited when that came out, then realised you need a 'New' 3DS system to play the SNES VC games.
― CraigG, Friday, 5 August 2016 11:15 (four years ago) link
whole bunch of 3ds news worth bringing up:
- stoked for the imminent release of the DQ7 remake (even though it apparently requires you to go through an eight-step process every time you want to save), but nowhere near as stoked as I am for Natsume's port of River City Tokyo Rumble. naturally that one isn't available for preorder for some unfathomable reason, though.
- played a whole bunch of the crossword puzzle game on a train ride up to SF recently; it really is quite excellent, even though its handwriting recognition is kind of questionable at times (although then again so is my handwriting).
- I also plan on picking up Rhythm Heaven Megamix (which apparently has been out for months and I just never realized it) and Picross 3DS in the very near future.
- I guess the real big news is the recent expansions to the Streetpass games, which I am beginning to love all-encompassingly. the new games are all pretty great, as is the ability to get more puzzle pieces from StreetPass folks and bank up to 100 StreetPass instances at a time. I really ought to start taking my 3DS with me whenever I go out walking around the neighborhood if only to rack up connections.
― thos beads (jamescobo), Thursday, 15 September 2016 21:45 (four years ago) link
also super stoked for DQ7 which hopefully turns up in the post tomorrow.Have been playing 3D Outrun quite a bit as it was on sale last week, a perfect pick up and play game and the 3D really enhances the game imo.
― ( X '____' )/ (zappi), Thursday, 15 September 2016 22:36 (four years ago) link
streets of rage 2 for £2 this week = SO GOOD
― jamiesummerz, Monday, 19 September 2016 10:59 (four years ago) link
God, this is even more depressing than the Vita thread
― the ghost of tom, choad (thomp), Monday, 19 September 2016 14:06 (four years ago) link
Man, I am totally being suckered into buying River City: Tokyo Rumble now for that stupid keychain. If I can find it in stock anywhere...
― Nhex, Wednesday, 28 September 2016 21:23 (four years ago) link
um, is that a River City Ransom redo?
― thrusted pelvis-first back (ulysses), Thursday, 29 September 2016 05:52 (four years ago) link
Full blown sequel as I've heard :)
― Nhex, Thursday, 29 September 2016 05:54 (four years ago) link
man i bought a first gen 3ds and quit playing as it hurt my delicate little hands but that might make me bust it back out
― thrusted pelvis-first back (ulysses), Thursday, 29 September 2016 05:55 (four years ago) link
The lack of hand comfort is one of the excuses I give myself for barely having touched the system
― Nhex, Thursday, 29 September 2016 09:08 (four years ago) link
Never had any comfort issues, can play for hours at a time. Maybe I've got weird hands tho.DQ7 is a total treat if you like old school JRPGs, love the way you visit an island in the past, solve a problem and then visit it in the present to see how it changed - not all happy endings either.
― ( X '____' )/ (zappi), Thursday, 29 September 2016 09:39 (four years ago) link
1st gen system is very boxy and has sharp edges, they promptly rounded off and made it more grabbable for the update
― thrusted pelvis-first back (ulysses), Thursday, 29 September 2016 15:09 (four years ago) link
Even the XL I have still feels like you're grasping a slippery cigarette case
― Nhex, Thursday, 29 September 2016 15:16 (four years ago) link
physical copies of River City Tokyo Rumble sold out in less than an hour, although it appears that fart-huffing ebay flippers bought a statistically significant number of copies. luckily I managed to get my order in during that brief window (although they're pressing a second run, complete w/ the Kunio keychain that came with initial copies); it showed up today so I haven't gotten to sink my teeth into it yet. unfortunately no co-op mode, though.
in other news, a game I've been playing a bunch lately is Gotta Protectors:
― thos beads (jamescobo), Friday, 30 September 2016 06:39 (four years ago) link
Tokyo Rumble is the shit, it's basically a Yakuza game drenched in 8/16-bit charm. hopefully the demand is sufficient to convince Natsume to bring other Kunio games stateside; there's already a 3DS collection in Japan compiling basically everything as well as romhack translations of a few titles (although not the basketball game, unfortunately) that they could use as a reference:
― thos beads (jamescobo), Thursday, 6 October 2016 03:17 (four years ago) link
thanks for making my decision easier! i can' tell from the list, but i hope the samurai version is in that comp
― Nhex, Thursday, 6 October 2016 03:24 (four years ago) link
I hadn't even heard of the samurai Kunio, but from what I understand the collection is pretty comprehensive so if it came out on NES it should be on there
― thos beads (jamescobo), Thursday, 6 October 2016 04:19 (four years ago) link
ok i checked and it IS on there. man i hope this comes out here
― Nhex, Thursday, 6 October 2016 04:30 (four years ago) link
to the great surprise of nobody, Kirby: Planet Robobot is pretty great. I'm only a couple of worlds in, but so far it's at least as good as Triple Deluxe (which also rules).
― thos beads (jamescobo), Monday, 6 February 2017 06:09 (four years ago) link
From a few years back: http://www.usgamer.net/articles/the-emergent-heartbreak-of-tomodachi-life#
― Nhex, Sunday, 7 May 2017 04:42 (four years ago) link
I played through the demo for Miitopia (the Tomodachi Life RPG) in one sitting; that game appears to be extremely my shit.
― thos beads (jamescobo), Sunday, 25 June 2017 22:24 (three years ago) link