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Discussion in 'NDS - Console and Game Discussions' started by xxRAG3, Aug 8, 2009.
as for game - Megaman Star Force 3
and Bleach 4th (these are the only games i liked =/).
~Points to the release list at the top of the page~
there was the gba emulator..idk if you saw it yet..
(yep, it doesnt exist)
Very helpful, guys...
Well, I've been playing Starfy, a Blood Bowl game, Catan, Knights in the Nightmare and Rhythm Paradise. Dunno if those had been released by the time you still played.
the fastest way is READ the release thread
see which topic generates most interest
then maybe you can give those games a try
i would recommend:-
Dragon Quest 9
Blood of Bahamut(Just came out(Eh.. did not reach my expectations))
Bleach the 4th(Very good)
Dragon Quest 9 (Very good(Though i did not finish it(It's like DQ Jokers)))
Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor(Pretty Good)
Space Bust-a-Move (Very Fun)
Hottarake no Shima Kanata to Nijiiro no Kagami (Its very similar to Legend of Zelda PH)
Megaman Black Ace+Red Joker (i personally am not into Megaman games But Its Very fun)
Mugen Kouro(Infinite Space in English(I didn't really play that much but its good))
Miami Law(Terrible. If the people spent more time on it, it would have been better)
Lego Battles ( Very fun, But a little Repetitive)
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor
Umm... well, the guy who makes Bunjalloo has started regularly updating... The DSi has updated to block the new DSi compatible cards... Team Twiisers has found a way to access DSi mode... One-thousand-and-one noobs have asked for a slot-1 GBA emulator...
Ooh! And Moonshell 2's reached 1.0 (well, 1.05 right now) and is just beautiful! It uses a much better video format (but isn't backwards compatible) and has some sweet new features.
Those are the ones I enjoyed the most (and I'm still playing them).
And your point? I saw the "4 months" part,but I suppose clicking a few buttons on your own is to much to ask.....
Another World has done a brilliant job at making sure there isn't much missed in the homebrew scene. Check out the excellent port of the classic C64 game Warhawk.