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Is there a list somewhere of what games can be remote played? I know PS1 games and the first Blazblue can, but other than that, I have no clue. It seems like a neat feature, but I might have to get creative to find an actual use for it. [QUOTE] As for Shinobido 2, I want to love this game as I loved Tenchu back in the day, but the controls are extremely slippery and the collision detection is just terrible (Have fun getting stuck at stairs, even Belmonts were more flexible at it).[/QUOTE] Wow. How can you screw up stairs THAT badly? One of my favorite video game moments ever comes from the first Tenchu. It was right before the last area with the lava (it's been a while, so my memory is fuzzy). It was some sort of courtyard, and I eventually got all the guards and all the dogs in the entire area chasing me. I then leapt into knee-deep water and watched them all follow me and drown (with their heads above water). I can't say I've ever really liked any of those games, but they all seem to come with hilarious AI stories. [QUOTE]I figure I can delete games I already finished, since the save data is separately stored... right? I know that that's how I manage content on my PS3-- I just delete games I'm not currently playing, and then DL them again if I decide I want to play. [/QUOTE] Yeah, that's not a problem. That would be unreasonably cruel otherwise. [QUOTE]Well, yeah, this generation of handhelds has suffered from a general lack of extremely exciting titles, that's for sure, but there are some decent ones mixed in I think.[/QUOTE] Although the 3DS is building up a pretty good library, I'm thankful that it hasn't had THAT game I have to get the system for. I don't have anything against it, but I'd like to wait for a revision (with the 2nd analog) and/or a workaround for the region lock. The Vita's success in Japan seems entirely dependent on Monster Hunter, sadly, but as long as it does well over there, I'm happy (seeing as 98% of the PSP games I play are imports). My question is what will it have to do to succeed in America? It obviously has enough bells and whistles and its had a pretty strong launch (at least comparatively) in terms of software.
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