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Jun 21, 2011

Game Suggestion by kay_1050 at 5:03 AM (1,350 Views / 0 Likes) 23 replies

  1. kay_1050
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    Hi,

    I was play Ghost Trick : Phantom Detective.The story, puzzles and gaming of course was SUPERB [​IMG] .I want to play game like that again.
    can you suggest me what NDS game title should i get next? [​IMG]

    I dont care the gaming style or how awful the graphic was but the one i looking for is the interesting story.

    Please give your comment. Thanks
    [​IMG] *sorry for my bad engrish*
     


  2. Narayan

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    Layton Series(only tried)
    Ace Attorney - i didn't play it but from what i see, many love it.
     
  3. Nimbus

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    Ace Attourney for sure.

    I didn't think at first I'd like that style of game, but oh my god....so addictive, such a well-made storyline. I love it.
     
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    Professor layton series ( great story )
    9 hours 9 doors 9 persons
     
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    it seems too many Ace Attorney series in market.

    Phoenix Wright - Ace Attorney
    Apollo Justice - Ace Attorney
    Ace Attorney Investigations - Miles Edgeworth

    can you recommended for newbies like me for Ace Attorney?(i mean between these 3 titles)

    As for 999
    its really awesome..thanks guys.

    for Layton series
    i tried for an hour on the bus.The puzzle is quite easy at first then 50-55 minutes later,i feel like my brain twisted backside.
     
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    I suggest you play the Phoenix Wright games first than go onto either Apollo Justice or Miles Edgeworth as they were the original games. AJ is a continuation the PW saga whilst ME is a spin off with its own story.

    I also suggest playing Trace Memory, Hotel Dusk and Last Window. The latter two are excellent.
     
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    Play the Phoenix Wright in this way, atleast what i'd do

    PW:Ace Attorney - > PW: Justice For All -> PW: Trials and Tribulations - > Apollo Justice -> Miles Edgeworth

    im currently on the 2nd game, Justice For All, im on the last case :b
     
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    Oh and expect to have to make notes on all of the cases in the AA series (Like I do), or use a walk-through (EASY MODO!?). If you forget something in the later court cases you're pretty much ****ed if you haven't done that.
     
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    What are you talking about? The game doesn't let you proceed unless you fulfil a determined path i.e. if you don't get item A than you can forget about progressing to the court case.
     
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    [​IMG] Wow, it sure a lot. More games = More $$$.Anyway, how the puzzles? too confuse , hard or impossible?
     
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    Not nessesarily, if you tend to be spacey like I am, you forget alot of stuff, that's why I make notes.

    Walkthoughs are the easy way out, as they spoil everything and tell you exactly what to do.
     
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    if you want a great story try:
    the world ends with you
    you cant be wrong [​IMG]
     
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    PW doesnt have the kind of puzzles you think... like Prof. Layton... PW is more like Thinking and Raciocionism... you gotta think alot ( not that much but some xD)

    Anyways... More Games = More $$$... THATS WHY PEOPLE PIRATE!

    xD
     
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    Ace Attorney is more like going around the crime scenes and investigating and then in court room hearing the testimonies and pointing out the contradictions in them. It's actually very fun, have a look at some trailers. [​IMG] And they're average difficulty, I'm on the last case in the first game and got stuck only few times. Though I do have a good memory for stories and plots, so sometimes I found contradictions where they weren't supposed to be. [​IMG]

    And I also agree with TWEWY, although it's not an adventure/puzzle game, it's an awesome unique RPG with a great plot.
     
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    And don't give up on The World Ends With You early on, it gets a lot better as the game goes on.

    And I STRONGLY advise that you play the Ace Attorney series. Every game in the series.
     
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    i just bought a Phoenix Wright : AA this morning and its a last stock from the store.Lucky me [​IMG] . i tried for 1st time and it was great.

    i thought The World Ends With You is rhythm based game like elite beat agents.Some say its a touch screen killer game. That's why i never mind it at the store.
     
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    It has great music, but it's not at all rhythm based.
     
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    Especially the ending.
     
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    It can sometimes kill your touchscreen if you don't do most of your damage on a screen protector, depending on your pressure, of course.
    TWEWY didn't do diddly for me. It bored me after... the first handful of fights. Gave it two tries and moved on. But hey, maybe you'll enjoy it [​IMG]

    I'm glad you played Ghost Trick and enjoyed it [​IMG]
    It gave me a reason to be happy about being an insomniac, that's for sure.

    If you want, there's a detailed game suggestion list made by Guild McCommunist. He gives a brief, little description on each suggested game.
    I believe he said he was checking out other games to add to the list, but it's still a pretty long list [​IMG]

    http://gbatemp.net/t295588-guild-s-suggest...t&p=3685696

    Emigre couldn't be more right about his suggestions he gave to you. Trace Memory was amazing and so was Hotel Dusk.
    http://gbatemp.net/t298177-game-suggestion...t&p=3729086

    I can't really offer any of my own suggested games without first knowing which genres you're looking for, but there are some good suggestions in your thread so far.

    Good luck [​IMG]
     
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    Its not rhythm based game huh? maybe i just trade with my friend and tried for a day.If is a good enough, i'll definitely buying it.
     

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