Beat 'Em Up for Nintendo DS ?

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Aug 26, 2008

Beat 'Em Up for Nintendo DS ? by ipumuk at 1:15 AM (5,776 Views / 0 Likes) 34 replies

  1. ipumuk
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    hi,
    are there any good beat em ups for nintendo ds?

    i do not mean games like "jump super stars" but rather fighting games like tekken, soul calibur and virtua fighter etc. (or maybe serious 2d fighter like the superstreetfighter series.)

    if you know any. please post here!

    thank you
     


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    bleach 1,2?
    mortal combat?
     
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    thank you !

    i will try out mortal Kombat and bleach!

    i guess there are no 3 dimensional beat em ups for the ds yet?
     
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    I think one of the Naruto games is an attempt at a 3D fighter.
     
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    I've not played it so can't say whether it's good or not. It's got to be worth a try though at least, it's free!
     
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    When you said beat em up, I thought of Super Dodge Ball Brawlers, just because of the melee combat and stuff.
    Even though it's not what you're looking for, check it out.
     
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    guilty gear dust strikers is good..
     
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    I heard there's Dynasty Warriors for DS
     
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    One piece gear spirit or w/e it was called is a pretty good beat em up, and it's pretty simple to understand without knowing any japanese.
     
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    Mortal Kombat would be your best bet. Or you could find some older games for SNES and stuff and use SnesMulDS. [​IMG] I love playing street fighter.
     
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    mooncats - how good does the ds emulate snes games?
     
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    FUCK NO. IT WAS A HORRIBLE GAME.

    I'm a pretty big fan of fighting games, and I loved Guilty gear X2:Reloaded, and Accent core. Of course, I hated Isuka, but I thought since this was for the DS, I thought I would give it a try, and thought, 'well, it can't be THAT bad, right?'

    That's where I was wrong. Everything I do, it made no sense in that game. I mean, it feels like the controls change everytime I press something. I couldn't even pull any of the moves from previous Guilty gear games, and everything was just awful. Terrible controls made the game pretty much made it unplayable for me. A

    Even the Guilty gear X game for the GBA was much better than this horrible excuse of a Guilty gear game.
     
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    Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2

    This one is really good.
     
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    Wasn't he asking for beat 'em up, not fighting? [​IMG]
     
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    Yep. And it somehow manages to be even worse than the GBA Dynasty Warriors.
     
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    Well, you can try the Neo Geo emulator (NeoDS), so u have plenty fighting games to enjoy... [​IMG]
     
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    Full Metal Alchemist Dual Sympathy is the only one i know ok its a ok game but nothing great its rather short too beating it gives you a few extra people to play as in it and its impossble to unlock all art work in the game Because you need 2 Japanese only gba games to unlock some [​IMG].
     
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    Is it? I'm glad I never tried it [​IMG]
     

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