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Old 2012-09-22, 05:24   Link #1161
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They relatively have little to no common points at all. Past the themes and settings, the mechanics and gameplay are completely different, nearly opposite in fact.
Don't crush my reality! In my world they are similar, besides controls, setting, game mechanics, and many other stuff.
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Old 2012-10-04, 18:04   Link #1162
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Guild 01 localised!
Well sort of. Instead of being released as a retail cartridge, NoE and Level 5 are going to release the titles via eshop. You can read more on it over on siliconera
Suda51's Liberation Maiden is available on eshop as of today!, well on the NoE eshop at least.
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Old 2012-10-05, 12:28   Link #1163
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That's a great news. I think eshop was a good idea to sell this game since it's a compilation of mini-games.
So I bought Liberation Maiden : we begin with a gorgeous animated intro by BONES then we have a pretty cool shooter game. However I'm not sure if it's worth paying for everyone since it's short (I've already completed 2 stages and there're 5 stages apparently) and it's rather a scoring game.
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Old 2012-10-05, 14:21   Link #1164
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It might be one of those games you replay over and over for a better score, then? If it's fun, that shouldn't be a problem. How much does it cost? The article doesn't say (and I don't have a 3DS to check).
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Old 2012-10-05, 15:11   Link #1165
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7,99€ for Europe.
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Old 2012-10-05, 18:28   Link #1166
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I'm somewhat surprised to find that four of Nintendo's older 3DS games are now available to buy and download onto your 3DS:
  • Super Mario 3D Land
  • Mario Kart 7
  • Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
  • Star Fox 64 3D
The pricing, like NSMB2, is unfortunately fairly crap. There's apparently a tool in the works that will let you transfer your saves from the 3DS card to the digital version.
Still, the ability to conveniently carry Mario Kart 7 and Ocarina (which I don't own yet) with me is tempting...
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Old 2012-10-30, 08:22   Link #1167
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Didn't see this coming, Dragon Quest VII remake. Source: gematsu.com
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Old 2012-10-30, 12:44   Link #1168
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Didn't see this coming, Dragon Quest VII remake. Source: gematsu.com
I gave up on DQ on handheld. SE's insistence on street pass exclusive content means I had to suffer through buying two games and two handhelds because I live in Australia.

Never again. NEVER. AGAIN.
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Old 2012-10-31, 13:23   Link #1169
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I gave up on DQ on handheld. SE's insistence on street pass exclusive content means I had to suffer through buying two games and two handhelds because I live in Australia.

Never again. NEVER. AGAIN.
Could you elaborate? For one, this is the first Dragon Quest on 3DS...
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Old 2012-10-31, 13:40   Link #1170
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Probably basing it off of DQ9 and such.
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Old 2012-10-31, 18:27   Link #1171
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But Dragon Quest IX is a DS game. StreetPass is a 3DS feature.
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Old 2012-10-31, 18:33   Link #1172
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But Dragon Quest IX is a DS game. StreetPass is a 3DS feature.
The DS also had a similar feature, but you had to have your game on to make it work.

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Old 2012-11-01, 05:46   Link #1173
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Could you elaborate? For one, this is the first Dragon Quest on 3DS...
I started with the DS. I have both jokers and the IX.

I went through extreme measures to obtain street pass content. It is next to impossible to even find a DS owner in Australia let along one with the same game. This included buying a separate cartridge and replaying the introduction hour of gameplay 20 times in a row to get 20 unique IDs.

At this point I have decided that SE does not want me as a customer. They can keep their Dragon Quest in Japan from now on. When they start to make single player games again, let me know.
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Old 2012-11-01, 05:54   Link #1174
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I started with the DS. I have both jokers and the IX.

I went through extreme measures to obtain street pass content. It is next to impossible to even find a DS owner in Australia let along one with the same game. This included buying a separate cartridge and replaying the introduction hour of gameplay 20 times in a row to get 20 unique IDs.

At this point I have decided that SE does not want me as a customer. They can keep their Dragon Quest in Japan from now on. When they start to make single player games again, let me know.
I hope newer games will make those features available through spotpass as well. They have to accept that a lot of people nowadays live in rural areas. Yes the majority of people live in dense populated communities, but there is a large proportion living outside of it. I mean the internet has connect people around the world, so use it.
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Old 2012-11-01, 09:22   Link #1175
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I went through extreme measures to obtain street pass content.
But was the StreetPass content actually required? I have the impression that you went through all that trouble just to have everything when you don't have to.
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Old 2012-11-01, 11:10   Link #1176
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But was the StreetPass content actually required? I have the impression that you went through all that trouble just to have everything when you don't have to.
By the same logic, I could buy a 3DS and the new DQ remake. But I don't have to.

So now they lost me as a customer. Because as you say, I don't have to.

If they don't let me have everything, then I don't buy it. I was a sucker the first three times.

I don't have to be "happy with what I am given", I am a paying customer. I mean, I can buy games that I never play for the hell of it too. But why should I?

It is the game company's job to convince me to pay up. Their insistence on street pass content as if everyone lives in Japan is no longer an option for me.
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Old 2012-11-02, 01:34   Link #1177
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I can't unlock the last title and avatar on Culdcept unless I play against someone who has a JP 3DS and Culdcept the game!
........................Damn it!
Probably even harder than Streetpassing in Australia.
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Old 2012-11-10, 23:08   Link #1178
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Old 2012-11-11, 23:13   Link #1179
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I find the prospect of a tsundere Pikachu to be both disturbing and yet... oddly accurate.
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Old 2012-11-12, 06:10   Link #1180
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Pikachu, use Tsunderebolt!
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