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New games I've been playing on my 3DS: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, and Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. If Paper Mario is only $20.00, I'll need to add it to my collection. Where did you get it for that price?

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New games I've been playing on my 3DS: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, and Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. If Paper Mario is only $20.00, I'll need to add it to my collection. Where did you get it for that price?

 

It's between $15 and $22 on Amazon currently. I wouldn't recommend it, but it is cheap.

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I actually grabbed it from a bin at wal-mart. I am really enjoying it.. Even with its flaws. This is my first Paper Mario game, and I've heard the others are better. But I have no qualms with it so far.

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i played through the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates To Infinity demo last night, which lasts about an hour. i tried the demo out mainly for two reasons: one, i like dungeon crawlers; and two, every now and then i need to play a Pokemon title because i have a bit of a hoarding disorder and found that finding/collecting all these little bastards gets me soothed. plus it's inexpensive (especially when compared to the Skylanders rampage i went on in 2011-12).

 

the game seemed too weak for a dungeon crawler, even for my taste, so i won't be purchasing the full version. it's really just a cutesy entry-level version of the genre for younger kids.

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Currently playing Zelda: A Link between Worlds. Enjoying it.

Ah yes. This Zelda title is very enjoyable. I'm glad I bought it myself awhile back. Now if I could just pry Animal Crossing: New Leaf out of the cartridge slot, I might actually play other games....maybe.

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Pokemon Y, one of my friend wants me to get monster hunter, but I don't know about that, isn't it just another pokemon game? and they said a lot of it coulnd't be completed without hooking up online, and that's kind of a real deal breaker for me.

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it's really just a cutesy entry-level version of the genre for younger kids.

Yep, it seems about that way. Too bad most of the other "Dungeon" games by Chunsoft never got translated, they seem like they might be a little more challenging.

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i played through the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates To Infinity demo last night, which lasts about an hour. i tried the demo out mainly for two reasons: one, i like dungeon crawlers; and two, every now and then i need to play a Pokemon title because i have a bit of a hoarding disorder and found that finding/collecting all these little bastards gets me soothed. plus it's inexpensive (especially when compared to the Skylanders rampage i went on in 2011-12).

 

the game seemed too weak for a dungeon crawler, even for my taste, so i won't be purchasing the full version. it's really just a cutesy entry-level version of the genre for younger kids.

 

I don't know if it's for the same reason, but the 3DS Pokémon roguelike didn't do it for me either. I liked the regular DS predecessor. To me that one had a better set up.

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Still playing Animal Crossing: New Leaf, and trying to get in some Mario & Luigi: Dream Team from time to time.

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I have been on a STREETPASS kick ever since I figured out how the heck it works. :lol:

 

No but seriously, if you haven't messed around with the Streetpass feature on the 3DS you definitely need to. It's a lot of fun. Just close up your 3DS while it's still on and travel around with it. Your steps build up play coins, and hopefully you meet up with other 3DS's. If you live in a rural area, you can often find a "Nintendo Zone" (usually in the local Mcdonalds) that will give you a number of hits. Or if you're really into it, you can create your own but that's another story. Good fun, and the games you can buy for it if you want are great. Else, you can just enjoy getting the cool pictures.

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...the games you can buy for it if you want are great.

I've been thinking about picking those up...but Shovel Knight should be coming out soon!

 

...and I can dream that more 3D Sega games are just around the corner =|

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Afterburner II just inaugurated batch 2 in Japan so hopefully we can look forward to another round of Sega 3D Classics later this year here in the West.

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Oh, I know, but look at how long it takes Nintendo to release digital downloads overseas! They're worse procrastinators than I am!

 

I remember reading a news post from WayForward a while back, saying that CGB Shantae had been submitted and approved a long time ago, and they were just waiting for Nintendo to actually release it.

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I'm just waiting for Yoshi's New Island to come out in March. I've been dying to have that game since last April.

Me, too. I should revisit the DS version in anticipation.

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Mario Picross was a Club Nintendo reward last month. So spent 100 of my hard earned coins for it.. Its just a port of the Gameboy game of course, but I love picross, and am addicted to this game of course.. I'm almost finished with it. I don't know how much it is on the E-shop normally, but it's a fun pick up and play game. Glad to have it on the 3ds, so i can boot it up any old time.

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Mario Picross was a Club Nintendo reward last month. So spent 100 of my hard earned coins for it..

I love the Picross games.. probably worth checking out Picross e2 and e3. They're really bare bones, but if you dug GB Mario Picross (and have finished Picross DS) they're good enough. :)

 

I'm a little more stingy with my Nintendo coins though.. considering they end up costing about $1 - $1.33 per coin if you do it the expected way and buy new games/systems for them. So even 100 coins is almost like a hundred+ bucks vs. the $4 Mario Picross costs if you buy it directly. But then again I also knew some GS employees who would snag unused codes from sold/returned games or otherwise, and to them the coins were nothing to use freely. :lol:

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Me, too. I should revisit the DS version in anticipation.

Not the SNES original? I thought the DS sequel was pretty terrible.

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I'm a little more stingy with my Nintendo coins though.. considering they end up costing about $1 - $1.33 per coin if you do it the expected way and buy new games/systems for them. So even 100 coins is almost like a hundred+ bucks vs. the $4 Mario Picross costs if you buy it directly. But then again I also knew some GS employees who would snag unused codes from sold/returned games or otherwise, and to them the coins were nothing to use freely. :lol:

 

 

Yea, I rarely remember to put in the codes, let alone use the coins. I don't feel like I wasted them. I don't want any of the collectible physical items. And I love Picross, it was kind of a no brainer for me.

 

I have Picross 3D on the DS also, a bit of a different take.. Haven't play more than a couple boards just yet tho.

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I'm a little more stingy with my Nintendo coins though.. considering they end up costing about $1 - $1.33 per coin if you do it the expected way and buy new games/systems for them.

Yeah, but you've already bought the games, it's not like you paid for just the coins. I like the free digital games, most of the other prizes don't really interest me.

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Yeah, but you've already bought the games, it's not like you paid for just the coins. I like the free digital games, most of the other prizes don't really interest me.

I would tend to agree.. those wii remote holders are umm.. something else.. :lol: The best prize though was by far the Game and Watch Reproduction. That one was worth saving coins for. That said you can probably also buy it on ebay for about 50 bucks. :lol: They also do have limited runs of unique physical items but you have to be on top of it, because when they show up they soon run out.

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How is that game? I suppose I should actually play the demo for Bravely Default and see for myself...Still playing New Leaf, but I'm getting "back into" Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. New Leaf is taking all my 3DS time..ah well, I would have bought the system just for that game alone.

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