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"NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 11:45:post reply

Just got an NDS... anybody can recommend good games here? I've played all castlevania games in NDS.

Im an old school gamer, meaning im not fond of Grand theft or other 3d games that doesnt stimulate my skills or intelligence.





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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 12:09post reply

quote:
Just got an NDS... anybody can recommend good games here? I've played all castlevania games here.



Not that I know off any DS titles... but writting down what genres you are interested in, if you have played games previously, what budget do you have or what lenguages you can play games in (aka moonspeak on / off) would be something useful for recommendations. Also, editing the first post would be more efficient that replying this one.

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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 13:43post reply

quote:
Just got an NDS... anybody can recommend good games here? I've played all castlevania games here.

Chrono Trigger DS!

Okay, perhaps on a more serious note, Etrian Oddysey/Etrian Odyssey 2 with you want some serious hardcore dungeon crawling. Shiren/Izuna if you like roguelikes. Contra 4/Metal Slug 7 if you like action. Ninja Gaiden DS/The Legend of Kage 2 if you like hack-n-slash. Space Invaders Extreme...

By playing all Castlevania games here, do you mean the DS ones?





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"Re(2):NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 15:35post reply

quote:
Just got an NDS... anybody can recommend good games here? I've played all castlevania games here.


Not that I know off any DS titles... but writting down what genres you are interested in, if you have played games previously, what budget do you have or what lenguages you can play games in (aka moonspeak on / off) would be something useful for recommendations. Also, editing the first post would be more efficient that replying this one.

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done!

ok chrono trigger ds... howd i miss that?





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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 19:03post reply

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Im an old school gamer, meaning im not fond of Grand theft or other 3d games that doesnt stimulate my skills or intelligence.



Ehehe me too.
DS is a good console, but not so old school, except about rpgs.
Some very good games to hang with are -of course I didn't consider Castlevanias because you already played them:
Arcadish: Meteos, Ninja Gaiden, Full Metal Alchemist, Sonic Rush (only the firts one), Tetris, Puzzle League, Kirby Superstar, Ouendan series, Soul Bubbles.
Adventurish: Phoenix Wright series, Another (aka Trace Memory), Chrono Trigger, Pokemon Diamond/Pearl, Zelda.





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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 19:16post reply

I heard good things about "The world ends with you" by Squre-Enix.

Some other random DS games: Sonic Rush, Bleach DS 2nd: Kokui Hirameku Requiem, New Super Mario Bros, Advance Wars Dual Strike, Jump! Ultimate Stars, Dragon Quest IX (coming up I think), Final Fantasy Tactics Advance 2 etc. Hope that helps! ^^





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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Wed 24 Dec 19:51post reply

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im not fond of [...]games that doesnt stimulate my skills or intelligence.



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ok chrono trigger ds... howd i miss that?

I LOLed.





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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Thu 25 Dec 01:48post reply

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"Re(2):NDS!" , posted Thu 25 Dec 03:04post reply

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"Re(3):NDS!" , posted Fri 26 Dec 12:02post reply

thanks guys.

any suggested puzzle games for a non gamer? my sister borrows the nds and she loves to play those puzzle bubble type of games.





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"Re(4):NDS!" , posted Fri 26 Dec 14:56:post reply

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thanks guys.

any suggested puzzle games for a non gamer? my sister borrows the nds and she loves to play those puzzle bubble type of games.

Hey, Puzzle Buble is a still game...

Speaking of which, there's this new title called Soul Bubbles that's only available at Toys 'R Us, but you should check it out. Pretty contendable indie game.





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"Re(5):NDS!" , posted Fri 26 Dec 18:53post reply

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Speaking of which, there's this new title called Soul Bubbles that's only available at Toys 'R Us, but you should check it out. Pretty contendable indie game.


Yeah, it's a really fun game, I was surprised when I tried it.





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"Re(6):NDS!" , posted Fri 26 Dec 22:53:post reply

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Speaking of which, there's this new title called Soul Bubbles that's only available at Toys 'R Us, but you should check it out. Pretty contendable indie game.

Yeah, it's a really fun game, I was surprised when I tried it.

Also, if you have $10 bucks, I highly recommend The Legend of Kage 2. It's like a long-lost Genesis/PC-Engine side-scrolling game that feels alot like WolfTeam's Valis or El Viento mixed with Shinobi, only with spot on controls.





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"Re(7):NDS!" , posted Tue 30 Dec 03:50post reply

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Also, if you have $10 bucks, I highly recommend The Legend of Kage 2. It's like a long-lost Genesis/PC-Engine side-scrolling game that feels alot like WolfTeam's Valis or El Viento mixed with Shinobi, only with spot on controls.

Thanks for the heads-up about Kage 2. That was a game that had been on my radar but since they are now practically giving the thing away I had no excuse not to go get a copy.





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"Re(1):NDS! 100% addictive" , posted Tue 30 Dec 22:10post reply

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Just got an NDS... anybody can recommend good games here? I've played all castlevania games in NDS.

Im an old school gamer, meaning im not fond of Grand theft or other 3d games that doesnt stimulate my skills or intelligence.



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"Re(2):NDS! 100% addictive" , posted Wed 31 Dec 13:40post reply

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"Re(4):NDS!" , posted Thu 1 Jan 00:25post reply

The two Advance Wars games and Civilization Revolution are great strategy games. I also enjoyed the Phoenix Wright/Ace Attorney games, atlhough they don't really test much. Ninja Gaiden is a tad on the easy side, but it's a fantastic touch-screen-based action/adventure title, as is The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass. Space Invaders Extreme is also quite nice, but I prefer the PSP version.

As mentioned by others, you may also want to take a look at Chrono Trigger DS (more or less a straight port) and Final Fantasy IV (a remake).

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any suggested puzzle games for a non gamer? my sister borrows the nds and she loves to play those puzzle bubble type of games.



How about Bust-A-Move DS? I've heard it's buggy, but never tried it myself.

They're not Puzzle Bobble, but the Professor Layton titles are excellent puzzle/brainteaser games.





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"Re(5):NDS!" , posted Thu 1 Jan 01:08:post reply

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Space Invaders Extreme is also quite nice, but I prefer the PSP version.
The DS version has better music and sound effects (which actually changes per level), not to mention online support, whereas the PSP version only has local adhoc and has a different soundtrack from the DS.

That said, the Taito paddle controller for DS is also compatible with Space Invaders Extreme.

And speaking about imports, Phantasy Star Zero.





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"Re(1):NDS!" , posted Thu 1 Jan 02:41post reply

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"Re(6):NDS!" , posted Thu 1 Jan 02:42post reply

Im currently playing zelda phantom hourgleass and the apollo ace attorney (boy i wish theres a way to speed up the text)

im listing down the other games for now.

thanks guys!





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"Re(7):NDS!" , posted Sun 4 Jan 11:42post reply

I'm rather fond of Hotel Dusk.