What is P&G dimensions? I know Bit.Trip is kickass, though. What should I spend my $40 on? --- http://i51.tinypic.com/10x7xxl.png http://i54.tinypic.com/2rm9quq.jpg 3.33GHz i7 Extreme, 16GB RAM, 4x HD6990
forest_wandererPosted 9/15/2011 1:34:39 PM
Bit Trip Saga is borderline impossible to find in stores. If you want to get it, be prepared to buy it online. --- nightScan is one of the greatest human beings on the planet. gamezrochard is a true man.
WetterdewPosted 9/15/2011 2:51:23 PM
Bit.Trip Saga is definitely WAAYYY better, no questions asked.
But like forest_wanderer said, good luck finding it in stores. I live in Manhattan and only managed to find it in a very obscure store after searching in stores like Target, Best Buy, and even Gamestop.
I think that in a week, these stores should have it, though. --- A horrible person: I am a horrible person. That's what it says: a horrible person.
elihuaranPosted 9/15/2011 4:35:44 PM
Here's the lowdown:
Both have 6 games.
Both are normally about 40 bucks.
P&G Dimensions has 3 Pac-Man games(Pac-Man, Pac-Man Championship Edition, Pac-Man Tilt), one of which (Tilt) is new and exclusive thus far to 3DS.
P&G Dimensions has 3 Galaga games(Galaga, Galaga Legions and Galaga 3D Impact), one of which(3D Impact) is new and exclusive thus far to 3DS.
Pac-Man Tilt is the only game in the pack that does not in any way use the 3D. This is because the game simply cannot be beat without the Gyroscope, and as such, you'll be turning the system in angles where the 3D won't work
Galaga 3D Impact plays very much like an on-rails Face Raiders, but if you don't want to use the gyroscope for that, then there's always button/circle pad for you.
If you've played all the Bit.Trip games before, then there's nothing new here, other than new controls for some of the games and everything in full 3D. The reason there's nothing new in this (according to what I've heard), is that they had to build the games from scratch for the 3DS.
However, both are very worthwhile games to own. I have close to 50 hours in P&G, and I'm searching furiously offline for Bit.Trip.
I've presented a few facts, the decision rests in your hands.