Tale of the Abyss: Tales of the Abyss, is a PS2 port to the 3DS. I am currently playing it right now, and it already made it to my top 10. The reason for that is because of its battle system, and the depths of the RPG system, which made me fall in love with the game. I also love the character designs, with my number one being Tear's. I'm still pretty early on in the game, so I can't really say much, but what I can say for sure, is that the main character is a spoiled kid, which leaves MANY, MANY rooms for amazing developments later on, which is what I am expecting.
Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance: Oh man, I have many, MANY reasons to love this game, but for time's sake, I'm just going to list a few.
- Flow Motion. I love this. You get to jump around walls, go on roof-tops, explore, find treasure chests, and more, which makes this game way, way more appealing and interesting to tour around and discover chests!
- The GRAPHICS! This game, to be honest, is one of the best looking game on the 3DS I've ever seen. The graphics looked superb in 3DS standard, and the framerate didn't drop all that much for me.
- It's encouraging me to play other KH games. Yes, I know, I played KH wrong, but I don't care! This was my first KH game, but I loved it! So, I am going to go out, buy, and play all the mainstory KH games!
- Rewards. The stuff this game offers you are really cool. The chests contains a variety of things such as new moves, items, and money. Most of the new moves you obtain through chests are really GOOD moves, like Balloon.
Okay, that's enough. Next game.
Ace Attorney: Trilogy: Ah, this game is a MUST HAVE for every 3DS owners imo. This package of greatness contains the first 3 games in the Phoenix Wright series: Ace Attorney, Ace Attorney: Justice For All, and Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations. This game, is about the court. You start out as an apprentice lawyer, helping, and defend innocent citizens who are accused to be the mastermind of these cruel crimes! Crimes that get you in really, really big trouble, and your job, is to go, and investigate those crimes, find evidence, and use the evidence to defend your client! It may sound boring, but trust me, it gets really, really good. Some of the cases are beautiful. Especially case 5 of the first game, and case 4 of the second game. Oh man, you must, must play this.
Bravely Second: Ah, Bravely Second... I love this game so much. It reminded me so much of Final Fantasy, and I love it! This game, is a sequel to the first game, Bravely Default, which includes new characters and plot! You don't really need to play Bravely Default to understand the plot, because they are completely unrelated, but if you want to understand and know who some of the characters are, then you must play Bravely Default (why wouldn't you? It's a great game). Bravely Second just took Bravely Default, and enhanced it for me. Throughout the game, you will encounter these blue quest marks on your map. Those, are side quests. The side quests offers you more jobs (classes) you cannot get through just playing the story alone. These side quests are really fun to play through, plus you get some of the backstory of the enemies you encountered in the first game. What made the job really fun to me, is having the choice to choose 1 class over the other, which makes it REALLY hard to do so, because either way, you will feel like crap for choosing one but not the other. Why? Because the game makes you feel like crap. Seriously, the game make you choose things like, leave your teammate hungry, stuck underground and sacrifice your food to a dragon and let it practice this extremely powerful move to bust out of the underground, which may or may not happen, or instead, just offer the food to your teammate and wait for help. It's really difficult choosing between the two jobs. Trust me, it may not make sense here, but it will in the game. I also enjoyed the story of the game. You literally have to save the world again from a God, and clash in an epic battle with him. Just go out and get this game.
Monster Hunter 4: Ultimate/Generation: Everything about this game is awesome. The level of depths Capcom put into the class system, weapons, upgrades, etc. is crazy. Especially for a 3DS game. The title of the game is just as it suggested. You hunt monsters. However, it's not that simple. This game requires skills. What I love about this game is that it encourages multiplayer, and multiplayer is what makes it fun. Gather some friends, brainstorm, strategize, and hunt! Each monster are so unique. They have their own movesets, and they aren't dumb. The monsters in this game are DEADLY. Meaning you have to be extremely careful. Bring the correct gears, learn and adapt to the monster's patterns, and profit. Great game. Everyone should own this game.
I have to go now, so my list won't be a top 10, but a top 5.
--------------------- MERGED ---------------------------
The list is in no particular order btw