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Re(2):3DS Recommendations Plus Alpha Handheld
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It's hardly worth posting, since all of my recommendations are the same as Karasu's, but I'll say a few things. -[b]Super Mario 3D Land[/b]is fantastic in my eyes and a hugely successful attempt at recreating the feel of classic Mario games in 3D. I was initially turned off by what I considered weak artistry compared to Mario Galaxy, but the creativity in level design charmed me in the end. I would take my opinion with a grain of salt, however, because I really hate NSMB. I'va had fun playing multiplayer on the console version, but otherwise I think the series is just awful. So, my impression of a great Mario game might be different than yours. -[b]Code of Princess[/b] is good if you want a beat 'em up with a neat cast, character customization, a strangely large amount of plot and SHORT LEVELS. The levels are numerous, but they are tiny tiny tiny. This could be a plus if you like short bursts of gameplay, but it kind of ruins the multiplayer experience for me and doesn't encourage me to go back and play it. I had fun with the time I spent with it, though. -[b]Fire Emblem[/b] is totally great. No caveats. [b]Crimson Shroud[/b] is worth the fairly limited money and time. It's a novelty, but it works fairly well. -[b]Project X Zone[/b] is about as fun as it looks, but I still insist that the writing is awful. If the game system looks fun to you and you're interested in seeing all the fantastic spritework, I recommend it. -[b]Kid Icarus[/b] has a...unique control scheme that makes it a barrier to entry for some players and a deal breaker for others, but it's an ambitious production that gives you lots to do and lots to "grow" with in terms of perfecting your game. It's not going to click with everyone, but I still recommend it. Also, the soundtrack must be heard. -[b]Pokemon X/Y[/b] and[b] Animal Crossing [/b] are both outstanding examples of their representative series. If you've ever liked either of them, you'll be satisfied, if not delighted by these versions. -A lot of people are crazy about [b]Theatrhythm[/b], but I found it to be a lazy, uninspired effort. It does work as a good vehicle to listen to old Final Fantasy tunes in their original form if that's what you like, though.
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