Be honest, is this thing worth getting?

#31ReptobismolPosted 8/8/2011 1:39:48 PM
It'll be worth it come November.

If you're a fan of Mario. Mario games don't often come even close to disappointing.

Disappointing me, that is, as I don't hold any one particular platformer miles above the others, and decry each new game as a piece of **** for not being similar to said game.
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#32Betelgeuse28Posted 8/8/2011 1:44:53 PM
I never owned an original DS, so it was a good buy for me. If you are in the same boat, I'd say yes. Ton of good DS games out there, especially if you like RPGs.

However, if you already have a DS, I'd wait. There is only one good 3DS game at the moment, imo, and thats OoT.
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#33JP_SartrePosted 8/8/2011 1:50:19 PM
Natureboy99 posted...
SShredder565 posted...
Right now? It depends on you're gaming tastes and patience.

After the price drop and when Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 7, and Kid Icarus: Uprising come out around Christmas time.. definitely.

For me, still not enough. By far. I've played Mario Kart and mario platformers way too many times, and Nintendo has yet to invent an interesting new game experience like Nintendogs or brain age for 3DS.


This ^^^

Mario is PLAYED OUT to me. I've been playing Mario games since Donkey Kong on the Colecovision and really do not care for yet another Mario game.

I think N has become lazy and this could be their downfall. Eventually even Pokemon will lose its shine and then what? 3rd party games will make (or lack of) break the 3DS.
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#34ReptobismolPosted 8/8/2011 1:54:01 PM
If even Mario games are played out to you, it's time for you to find a new hobby, as you're not going to be satisfied any time soon.

Game developers are going to continue to primarily create things that bring in a lot of money, which happen to be what people know they already like.
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#35cadmasterPosted 8/8/2011 1:55:49 PM
From all the hype - No. You better wait until Nintendo fix their battery life issue.
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#36JP_SartrePosted 8/8/2011 1:56:44 PM
Reptobismol posted...
If even Mario games are played out to you, it's time for you to find a new hobby, as you're not going to be satisfied any time soon.

Game developers are going to continue to primarily create things that bring in a lot of money, which happen to be what people know they already like.


That's almost funny. Atlus, Squeenix and Natsume, Conspiracy Entertainment, Nippon Ichi managed to satisfy me quite well.

Next?
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#37ReptobismolPosted 8/8/2011 2:36:53 PM
That is funny, indeed. I guess I know better than to take you seriously from now on.
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#38curryandricePosted 8/8/2011 2:45:42 PM
Look at the games available right now and upcoming games... If there's anything you want to play then get the 3DS with that game. Otherwise just wait cause you won't be doing anything else with the 3DS.
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