what (n)3ds games should I place on my list of games??

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  1. DarkRioru
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    I have pokemon moon, xenoblade chronicles 3d, ace combat assault horizon legacy+, kingdom hearts 3d, persona Q and, mh4u. what I have listed on the list for ds games: chrono trigger, the world ends with you and, professor layton and the curious village.

    what games do you guys suggest?
     
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  2. aos10

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    Do you like rhythm games?
    Rhythm thief
    Rhythm Heaven Megamix
     
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    Pokémon Series, Zelda Series and Ace Attorney Series. Best games ever.
     
  4. DarkRioru
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    I don't like rhythm games.... but, i'm trying to get into them..

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    I always found the zelda series too difficult for me.. (played loz:links awakening dx on the original gbc and loz:oot on wii virtual console) and ace attorney series looks cool, I played through the first game on the wii... can't get through the 2nd trial.. but fun series and, I play wayyyy too much pokemon lol
     
  5. aos10

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    Play Zelda ALBW,it's really great and find it more enjoyable then all other Zelda games.
     
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  6. lcie nimbus

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    3ds-any fire emblem game
    ds- the world ends with you
    have fun:D

    EDIT: whoops looks like you already have twewy

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    get all the Shin Megami Tensei games for both the ds and 3ds . they are awesome
     
  7. DarkRioru
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    I don't have twewy yet... its on my amazon list though... and I'll take your offer starting with fire emblem fates: birthright and smt:IV
     
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    I suggest you get fe:fates: special edition instead since its both birthright and conquest in one
     
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    if you have mobile,get twewy on it better,or you going to ruin your 3DS touch screen.
     
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    I have glass screen protectors on my list as well... so, I'll be fine...
     
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    Nah, you can't beat the original DS version. Mobile really isn't suited for a game like that.

    If you like fighting games, get Senran Kasura (I suggest the second one Deep Crimson).
    The attack on titan game is really fun also.
    Can't beat Super Smash too.
     
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    Mario Maker
     
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    scribblenauts (just for laughs)
     
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    you should try it,the two screen on the DS was too distracting,the mobile version made it better,and the touch screen is better on mobile.
     
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    nope I loved the 2 screen battle system in twewy . if its too distracting , set your partner to auto.
     
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    have the original on the ds, i played it alot but, it got boring
     
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    You have Xenoblade and Persona Q on your list already, so I'm going to assume you have at least a passing interest in RPGs.

    The Etrian Odyssey games are what the engine in Persona Q is built off of. If you're enjoying PQ, you should probably give at least one of them a try. Between DS and 3DS, there are currently seven EO games, two of which (EO Untold: The Millennium Girl and EO Untold 2: The Fafnir Knight) are 3DS remakes of the first two, and one of which (Etrian Mystery Dungeon) is a Roguelike with procedurally generated dungeons. I'd personally suggest starting with EO3 (for DS), EO 4 (for 3DS), or EO Untold (a remake of the first game, for 3DS). A warning, though; EO games are on the tough side. You'll get used to it eventually, and the games tend to get easier as you play them, due to expanding options, but they can be pretty brutal at the start, although the 3DS versions tend to ease up a bit at the start, I've noticed. Playing the beginning of the original EO vs. the beginning of EO Untold is like night and day difficulty-wise. Getting ripped to shreds by butterflies is pretty brutal.

    The majority of the games I own for 3DS are Shin Megami Tensei games, or related series. SMT 4, SMT 4 Apocalypse, Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers, Devil Survivor Overclocked, DS 2: Record Breaker, etc. Again, they're pretty tough, and the difficulty is largely front-loaded (although the DeSu games have better difficulty balance, IMO).

    If you're a Dragon Ball fan, you might want to check out Dragon Ball Fusions. It's a pretty fun game. A bit on the grindy side, though; the game works kind of like Pokemon with Dragon Ball characters, including low "catch" rates on "legendaries", except attacks also have drop rates.

    I'd also recommend the Shantae games, especially Risky's Revenge and Pirate's Curse.
     
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    What is all this for?

    Also, Binding of Isaac is gr8.
     
  19. astrangeone

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    3DS:
    0) Shantae and the Pirate's Curse (a great little platform game, with a very snazzy character and a lot of character development)
    1) LoZ A Link Between Worlds (it's a shorter game, but the mechanics and puzzle solving is much less difficult than the originals!)
    2) Fantasy Life
    3) MH 4U (I liked 4U better than Generations, but you may get more fun out of Generations if you are a MH vet)
    4) Yokai Watch (the first one has a less padded storyline - so that's better)
    5) Corpse Party - very good and gory visual novel with extras to unlock. Pretty fun, but not suitable for younger audiences (it's rated M here).

    Runners up: Shovel Knight (the difficulty had me cursing at later levels and there's less story development here), Binding of Isaac (too many bugs, I've had crashes and then I had the software slow down to the point of being unplayable), Smash Bros (I hate fighting games with a passion and this is no exception)

    DS:
    0) Chrono Trigger
    1) Lunar Knights - RPG anti-vampires thing mixed with touch screen flight battles. Very fun, but the grid movement in the main game will make you want to break things.
    2) Solatorobo red the hunter (If you can get past the "furry" characters, and the anime artstyle. There is a very story rich game here.) Warning - some of the late game enemies will curb stomp your butt if you don't grind.
    3) Aliens Infestation - like the run and gun genre? This is fun - basically you play a crew fighting off the Xenomorphs from Aliens. You have limited ammo, bombs and everything else. It's like Metroid on the DS. You use your new stuff to open up new areas. Also, great atmosphere.
    4) Dragon Quest Heroes Rocket Slime - you play a slime with the power to pick stuff up and throw it. Very cute and surprisingly rich gameplay here.
    5) Trauma Center: Under the Knife 2
    6) Contra 4
    7) Retro Game Challenge - old school fake NES games with a Japanese game show host? Yes, please....

    Runners Up: Space Invaders Extreme (if I ever see a copy "in the wild", I'd have to snag one for myself, as it is fun - basically Space Invaders with power ups and more variations), Rub Rabbits/Feel the Magic (mini-games - think Warioware mixed with Japanese quirkyness - one of the first games I bought for the DS and one of the few games on the system that I beat), Soul Bubbles (puzzle-ish game with you guiding a bubble through a maze...
     
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    Fantasy Life, i enjoyed that game a lot..and Yo-Kai Watch 2, tons of fun, seemingly unending quests/requests, both from Level-5, doesnt need you to be looking at a guide to finish quests, you know just a game that you could play relaxed on your off days while on the couch sipping your hot chocolate or coffee..

    edit: DragonQuest VII is good too..
     
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