Looking for a 'customisation game'

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Mar 30, 2010
  1. Ritsuki
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    Member Ritsuki ORAORAORAORA

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    Hi,

    I'm loking for some games like Custom Robo Arena or Medabots (GBA) games on DS. Not necessarily with robots, but with the concept of modify and inprove something...


    Thanks.
     
  2. Tachyon1986

    Newcomer Tachyon1986 Advanced Member

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    Infinite Space , sci-fi RPG that lets you customize your ships.
     
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    The SPORE games have a decent amount of customization.
     
  4. BORTZ

    Global Moderator BORTZ wtf, nintendo

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    Front Mission is the biggest form of customization i have ever played.
     
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    Pokemon?
     
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    Not so much pokemon. It may let you level up your pokemon, and modify their moves and stats slightly, but it's not really on par with the amount of customization the OP wants, IMO.
     
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    Avalon Code. It has an in depth and almost pointless but highly addicting customization system. It's an action RPG for the record. It lets you adjust enemies stats and attributes and all sorts of stuff.

    If you're not feeling in a battle-y type mood, there's Enchanted Folk and the School of Wizardy aka Magician's Quest Mysterious Times. It's like Animal Crossing but much more colorful and has a magic theme going on. I like it more than Animal Crossing as it has more to do and manages to keep the basic customization fun of Animal Crossing.

    Ragnarok DS lets you refine weapons and armo to make them stronger as well as mount cards into equipment slots to cause different effects, and you choose how to distribute your skill points when you level up....
     

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