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So, I've been hankering for more RPG action on the 3DS side. I thought a 3D dungeon crawler would be perfect.. er, then I popped in this cartridge.
It's NOT 3D!!! It's more like a 2D movie converted to 3D after the fact. Everything is flat like a viewmaster slide. What gives? It's like the menus are one flat 3D layer and the maze (although rendered in 3D) is another flat layer just a bit deeper in. Has anyone else noticed this?
I could have sworn that a track in Club Drive changed permanently after I played the game for so long. Is there a bit of save RAM in the cart? In fact, in general are there any Jaguar games with save RAM?