3DS games...

Discussion in '3DS - Games & Content' started by Nintenplayer, May 28, 2014.

  1. Nintenplayer

    Nintenplayer Newbie

    Apr 18, 2014
    Paris, France
    Guys, I'm re-posting this thread because nobody have answered the previous one....
    And I'll remove the touchscreen problem....

    Hiya there, guys! I post this cuz I wanna ask a question.
    Without further ado, here's my question:
    I'm planning to buy one 3DS game. I already have Luigi's Mansion 2, Super Mario 3D land and Mario Kart 7.
    I'm thinking of buying one of these:
    -Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros.
    -Kirby Triple Deluxe
    -Animal Crossing New Leaf
    -Phoenix Wright Ace Attroney: Dual Destinies
    -Mario Party island Tour
    So what I'm gonna ask you is this:
    Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros. vs Kirby Triple Deluxe vs Phoenix Wright Dual Destinies vs Mario Party island Tour.
    The one who wins here will battle with Animal Crossing New Leaf, and that's where I'm gonna decide what game I'll buy.
    I would like to see reasons for your opinion and select only the ones you already played.

    So? Help me, please!
  2. TTB82

    TTB82 Member

    Nov 7, 2010
    We can't decide what games you like. It's kind of obvious you need to do some research on your own. Check the games on youtube (ingame videos), and read some reviews on the better known game sites.

    I've played MPIT, but I think it sucks... maybe you don't... I stopped playing MaLDTB after about 5 hours, I didn't like it anymore because it was to much the same every time. But maybe you like that?!

    Have a good hunt on researching these games :-)
  3. The_Hulkster

    The_Hulkster GBAtemp Regular

    Sep 25, 2008
    If Animal Crossing already made it to the finals, it's pretty obvious you prefer that one slightly over the rest.
  4. Arras

    Arras GBAtemp Guru

    Sep 14, 2010
    If you haven't played Bowser's Inside Story for the DS, get that. If you have, Dream Team Bros is basically more of that. Otherwise Dual Destinies is awesome but if you're a fan of Animal Crossing, New Leaf may be a better idea.
  5. HitBattousai

    HitBattousai Member

    Dec 26, 2006
    United States
    Of the options you listed, I would say go with Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies as the challenger for New Leaf. With the exception of Island Tour(which is mediocre at best), all those games are roughly on the same level, but it's the best story-based game on the list. However, I do think that Animal Crossing: New Leaf is overall the best game, regardless of which challenger you go with.

    Since you seem to like the main Nintendo franchises, I'd say add The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds to your list. It's one of the contenders for best game on the system(along with New Leaf) in my view, and is the best Zelda in terms of gameplay in a long time, making possibly the best use of the 3D capability of the system in the process.
  6. Thirty3Three
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    May 28, 2014
  7. osirisjem

    osirisjem Wii U: Y U No Sell ?

    Jun 19, 2011
    I have all of these and my next game is Kirby :)
  8. Coconut

    Coconut GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Mar 28, 2010
    Dudeeeee, there are like hundreds of topics like this. Google all of those titles. Look it op on YouTube. Look at the recommended section.
  9. Nintenplayer

    Nintenplayer Newbie

    Apr 18, 2014
    Paris, France
    Yeah, about Legend of Zelda Link Between Worlds....
    Korean Nintendo hasn't released that yet. They're gonna release it on June 21st....
    That's why I didn't put it on my list....
    It's the same with Professor Layton series... We only have curious village and pandora's box(diabolical box)....
    I would have bought Miracle Mask with no hesitations if Korean Nintendo released it....
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