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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Squinty » Sat Jul 07, 2018 2:23 pm

Balladeer wrote:I just hope we get an all-new Rhythm Paradise (and Wario Ware while we're at it) for Switch. No Rhythm Paradise on the Wii U was obviously the main reason it failed.


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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Frank » Sat Jul 07, 2018 3:26 pm

Woah, you go, big guy!

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Lazy Fair » Sat Jul 07, 2018 8:54 pm

Whoever said Ghost Recon is the stealth best game on 3DS isn’t joking. Designed by Julian Gollop. It’s a cracking take on the xcom/Fire emblem style of game.

I also second that Ever Oasis is brilliant. I really really enjoyed it. Feels like a cross between Zelda, Animal Crossing and Theme Park.

I also really recommend Samus Returns. Ive always loved the Metroid games but this one has been my favourite. The only one I’ve ever 100%’d.

I’m playing through Pokémon Sun at the moment. Been slowly working through it since launch day. I really enjoy it. Think I’ll try and collect every one. Got a fairly good chunk in my Pokémon Y save game and got a half finished copy of Omega Ruby which should net me a good deal of legendaries.

I’m excited for Wario Ware as well!

I genuinely think the 3DS might be my favourite console ever!

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Ad7 » Sat Jul 07, 2018 11:00 pm

Lazy Fair wrote:Whoever said Ghost Recon is the stealth best game on 3DS isn’t joking.


8-)

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Balladeer » Sun Jul 08, 2018 5:58 pm

Squinty wrote:
Balladeer wrote:I just hope we get an all-new Rhythm Paradise (and Wario Ware while we're at it) for Switch. No Rhythm Paradise on the Wii U was obviously the main reason it failed.


Wubba dubba dubba that true?

Frank wrote:Woah, you go, big guy!

HOAAAAAAARGH

Good talk, all. Good talk.

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by RainbowGazelle » Mon Jul 09, 2018 9:58 am

Finally completed Pokémon Moon. I know, it's only taken me like 4 years. Just the Looker stuff to do. Really enjoyed the story and character stuff with Lillie and Hau, but found the final fight against Lusamine a bit underwhelming. Great music throughout, too!

Currently working my way through Sushi Striker, Rhythm Paradise Megamix, Detective Pikachu, and Kirby: Battle Royale; and that's just on 3DS!

Looking forward to Warioware Gold.

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by OrangeRakoon » Mon Jul 09, 2018 4:59 pm

RainbowGazelle wrote:Detective Pikachu


Someone else! How are you finding it?

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by SerialCeler » Mon Jul 09, 2018 6:29 pm

RainbowGazelle wrote:Currently working my way through Sushi Striker


How are you finding this on 3DS? Interested to see if the touch controls make a difference (it felt like they might on Switch).

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Balladeer » Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:22 pm

(butts in rudely) Can't speak about the 3DS version, but I wouldn't have dreamed trying the buttons on Switch! Feels like a touch game through and through, and a great one too. (Probably still better on 3DS though - I got friction burns something rotten...)

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Green Gecko » Tue Jul 10, 2018 2:28 am

I think eurogamer said the switch pretty much gimps the game and feels better on 3ds.

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by RainbowGazelle » Tue Jul 10, 2018 11:16 pm

OrangeRakoon wrote:
RainbowGazelle wrote:Detective Pikachu


Someone else! How are you finding it?

I really like the gruff demeanour they've given Pikachu; it makes for a cool change. The mysteries are actually quite well thought out, but usually I figure them out before the end and have to wait until the game lets me give the answer. I'm 4 chapters in, and I think I can probably guess the twist at the end, but I'll wait and see.

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RainbowGazelle wrote:Currently working my way through Sushi Striker


How are you finding this on 3DS? Interested to see if the touch controls make a difference (it felt like they might on Switch).

I find using a stylus makes this game mostly a joy to play. Occasionally I've found that you need to be really precise when chaining sushi together, though. I've been in the middle of a chain, and run the line over a piece of sushi, then on to the next, only to find that the previous two didn't connect and the chain has been broken as the piece has gone off-screen. But that only happens very rarely. Overall, I can't imagine trying to use buttons, or just my finger on Switch.

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by OrangeRakoon » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:20 am

RainbowGazelle wrote:
OrangeRakoon wrote:
RainbowGazelle wrote:Detective Pikachu


Someone else! How are you finding it?

I really like the gruff demeanour they've given Pikachu; it makes for a cool change. The mysteries are actually quite well thought out, but usually I figure them out before the end and have to wait until the game lets me give the answer. I'm 4 chapters in, and I think I can probably guess the twist at the end, but I'll wait and see.


Pretty much my opinion too - the overall mystery is too obvious, and the individual cases get dragged out, but the world is fun and pikachu carries it by being constantly amusing

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PostRe: Nintendo 3DS Chat
by Green Gecko » Wed Jul 11, 2018 1:34 am

I enjoyed the demo of Detective Pikachu, but yeah the narrative is aimed at 10 year olds, I don't struggle with figuring out the plot of films or novels so I'd expect that. It's well put together from what I played. Just not worth the asking price a the moment.

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