2-in-1 DS games already?

Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by jumpman17, Aug 30, 2006.

  1. jumpman17
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    jumpman17 He's a semi-aquatic egg laying mammal of action!

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    http://www.ebgames.com/product.asp?product%5Fid=180226

    I can't believe they are busting out the 2-in-1 packs for the DS already...When do we start seeing:
    A+B
    A+C
    A+D
    A+E
    B+C
    B+D
    B+E
    C+D
    C+E
    D+E

    Where they take 5 games and manage to make 10 2-in-1 packs out of them like they do for the GBA now [​IMG]
     
  2. .TakaM

    .TakaM .II

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    well it has almost been like 2 years.. has it?

    and the 2 in 1 games usually dont make a decent game put together.. kind of a good way for people to recognise a bad game on the shelves
     
  3. Lily

    Lily One Scary Lady

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    I guess the profit margins have slipped enough on the individual titles that the 2-in-1 has become an alternative for extra revenue. Hit the parents while the names of Madagascar & Shrek are still recognizable.
     
  4. m_babble

    m_babble Elder Phantom

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    Two weak titles for the price of one.
     
  5. FAST6191

    FAST6191 Techromancer

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    Some of the GBA 2 in 1 titles were not that bad, granted this was limited to some Japanese titles and stuff like Castlevania (mostly rare/early titles) but I equally share in the dread that you are all feeling.
     
  6. -KangaRod-

    -KangaRod- GBAtemp Fan

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    one of the greatest games ever was released as a two in one for GBA (sorta) Link to the Past happened to come with Four Swords. LoL
     
  7. -EX-

    -EX- Racer

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    There were also nice Sonic packs.