Thinking of Buying a 3DS, Have some questions

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2 years ago#1
WIll I be able to play gameboy advanced games?
Metroid Fusion
Fire Emblem
etc

Is this good for people that like Japanese games? PS3 and 360 are pretty weak for those, so I want something that gets a lot more Japanese games.
2 years ago#2
I'm also interested in Online games possibly like Hack n Slash types.
2 years ago#3
Yes, you can play those GBA games on the 3DS

No, all games for the 3DS are made in America
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2 years ago#4
Cannske posted...
Yes, you can play those GBA games on the 3DS

No, all games for the 3DS are made in America


TC just member this guy cause I really want to see the call out topic when you come back mad.
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2 years ago#5
Cannske posted...
Yes, you can play those GBA games on the 3DS

No, all games for the 3DS are made in America


Ok, won't be buying a 3ds. bye.
2 years ago#6
The 3DS is actually shaping up to be THE system to have for Japanese games. If you're looking for a break from the big Hollywood style "console" experience that everyone is trying so hard to assimilate then seriously get a 3DS.
2 years ago#7
KittyPuppy posted...
The 3DS is actually shaping up to be THE system to have for Japanese games. If you're looking for a break from the big Hollywood style "console" experience that everyone is trying so hard to assimilate then seriously get a 3DS.


Thanks, I'll probably pick one up this weekend.

Which one should I get? I really want to play a lot of DS games since I haven't had a gameboy since gameboy advanced.
2 years ago#8
PenguinKoala posted...
KittyPuppy posted...
The 3DS is actually shaping up to be THE system to have for Japanese games. If you're looking for a break from the big Hollywood style "console" experience that everyone is trying so hard to assimilate then seriously get a 3DS.


Thanks, I'll probably pick one up this weekend.

Which one should I get? I really want to play a lot of DS games since I haven't had a gameboy since gameboy advanced.


Your mind is like Play-Doh.
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2 years ago#9
hawkeye2188 posted...
PenguinKoala posted...
KittyPuppy posted...
The 3DS is actually shaping up to be THE system to have for Japanese games. If you're looking for a break from the big Hollywood style "console" experience that everyone is trying so hard to assimilate then seriously get a 3DS.


Thanks, I'll probably pick one up this weekend.

Which one should I get? I really want to play a lot of DS games since I haven't had a gameboy since gameboy advanced.


Your mind is like Play-Doh.


Ok
2 years ago#10
If you can try them at a store or something see if the XL is comfy to you. I switched over to an XL around christmas and never plan to look back. It's especially good for DS games. The visuals aren't as washed out and the Dpad just feels better when you're playing something like Dawn of Sorrow. I really love the XL.
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