1. Daemon.nds

    OP Daemon.nds Advanced Member
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    There is a lot of attention given to Jap games, but wot about the Euro ones? What are some good games that are strictly available in the old world?
     
  2. luneth22

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    There are some, i can't really say best though. An example is Naruto Ninja Destiny 2.
     
  3. granville

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    For quite some time, Zubo was Euro-only. It's coming out in the US I believe in a few days, but it was Europe only since fall last year. I think it gets points for that.
     
  4. cosmiccow

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    Giana Sisters DS [​IMG]

    oh and this reminds me that contra 4 isn't available in europe.. that really sucks.
     
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    [​IMG]

    So slutty. *snip
     
  6. JPdensetsu

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    I liked Freshly Picked: Tingle's Rosy Rupeeland, dunno why [​IMG] This game was only released in Japan and in Europe.
     
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    sorry, double post
     
  8. cosmiccow

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    DeUTsCH

    they're only 2 letters away from us.. and like 2 meters.

    on a sidenote that cover is really godawful. but the game is still (or because of that?) a classic. the cover for the ds remake/sequel is slightly better too [​IMG]
     
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    it's an 80s coverart, what do you expect ?
     
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    Thanks. I'll have to give that one a try.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Hahahah lol.. The guys here would be like the elf.. Look at his face.. [​IMG]
     
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    If it counts as a game the 101 classic book collection [​IMG]
     
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    I also enjoyed the Top Trumps Dr. Who game.
     
  14. luneth22

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    Zubo earned a 6.5/10 from Nintendo Power by the way.
     
  15. granville

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    Yes, and a respectable 7.5/10 from IGN. Not that people trust them, but I've had a go with the game myself and find their review pretty accurate. Battles are like a mix of Elite Beat Agents and Sonic Chronicles (without the annoyances of Sonic). It's fun, not perfect, but might satisfy those who like quirky rhythm games or simplistic RPG's.

    http://ds.ign.com/articles/969/969265p1.html
     
  16. Vague Rant

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    Battles in Zubo are a mix of awful and crap; terrible game.

    Proper recommendations:
    Bomberman 2 (Custom Battler Bomberman in Japan)
    Crazy Machines (decent Incredible Machine clone)
    Giana Sisters DS (fun but easy Mario clone)
    Matchstick - Puzzle by DS (matchstick moving puzzles)

    Also, it's not Euro-only, but Zoo Keeper's European release has a working sleep mode, which the US and Japanese releases didn't have.
     
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