Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Jun 16, 2006.

  1. T-hug

    T-hug Always like this.

    pip Chief Editor
    Oct 24, 2002
  2. XeNoGeaR

    XeNoGeaR GBAtemp Fan

    Oct 25, 2002
    I've had enough of tammagochi actually [​IMG].....Played on so many mini-tamo's when i was around 12 years and that was fun..
  3. El Diablo

    El Diablo Banned

    Oct 24, 2002
    South O' England
    Is this just a tamagotchi in a DS?
  4. tshu

    tshu On epic journey, brb.

    Sep 21, 2005
    Way more than that. You run shops, which are basically mini games, earn money buy new things, upgrade your shops to attract more customers and earn more money... ya it's pretty pointless. [​IMG]

    Some of the mini games were mildly entertaining though.
  5. s.s.j

    s.s.j Newbie

    Jun 5, 2006
    Looks like its back i had it when i was younger as well.
  6. tyasawa

    tyasawa GBAtemp Regular

    Jun 15, 2006
    comfort zone :D
    =D.. hahah i always have young spirit inside.. so im gonna play this when i got my ds lite flashed.. [​IMG]..

    the chara is so cute.. XD.. *besides i saw some pics from it.. will be kinda refreshing* gonna play it when i need game-without-much-thinking type XD
  7. id242

    id242 GBAtemp Fan

    Sep 19, 2005
    United States
    Pacific Ocean
    Corner Shop lacks the challenge and incentive to keep you playing; the shops are thematically varied, but most of them play exactly the same.

    It's fun at first, but the novelty wears off quickly. There just isn't enough here to keep you occupied for more than a few hours. You can unlock and upgrade every shop in the game in a few hours, and beyond that there just isn't much to do. You can link up with a friend to trade gifts, and you can also let a friend download a demo of the game, for which you'll get one gotchi point. If you're looking for a virtual pet experience, you won't find it here. But if you just like to play with the touch screen and don't mind a lot of repetition, then you'll find a few hours of light fun in Corner Shop.
  8. Suzaku X

    Suzaku X Member

    Dec 31, 2005
    United States
    It was never gone, in Japan. Bandai has been releasing new Tamagotchi V-pets (along with their 'boys version', Digimon) in Japan ever since they first came out, and they're still quite popular.

    I know more about the Digimon ones, but the more recent Tamagotchi v-pets have apparantly had touch-screen features and other interesting stuff. *shrug*