100% every game on the 3DS?

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User Info: 2wingedangel

2wingedangel
3 years ago#1
Ain't nobody got time for that!
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User Info: OoSubaruoO

OoSubaruoO
3 years ago#2
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User Info: Buretsu

Buretsu
3 years ago#3
100% Monster Hunter 3.

See you in a couple years.
no i tried resetting game i even start violent slamming cartridge on wall but all it does make static noise when i put into DS, the problem not fix! -ReconUnit

User Info: TcidenebT

TcidenebT
3 years ago#4
The same could be said of any other system as well. What's your point?

User Info: fallenKlNG

fallenKlNG
3 years ago#5
When I was a kid, I had nothing but free time and not enough games to play since I only got games when my parents bought them for me. Because of this, I'd go for 100% completion on all my games.

Now that I'm 21, my situation is reversed. There's so many games, but so little time to play them all. Because of that, I've now forced myself to beat every game I play with minimal standards. This includes incomplete sidequests, one playthrough only, not collecting every collectible, etc.. Because games are being released faster than I can play them, I have no choice but to sacrifice my inner desire to beat every game to death like I did as a kid.
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User Info: SilverWingedOne

SilverWingedOne
3 years ago#6
Considering there are currently around 200 games you could get for the 3DS... so, uhmmm, yeah. Good luck with that. :D

User Info: vectorman5

vectorman5
3 years ago#7
You would need to be the richest and loneliest masochist on the planet to bother trying that.
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User Info: Nemerlight

Nemerlight
3 years ago#8
Buretsu posted...
100% Monster Hunter 3.

See you in a couple years.


If by 100% you mean getting ever single piece or armor, every weapon and even charm.... yea few years might not be enough.
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User Info: Drac_Mazoku

Drac_Mazoku
3 years ago#9
fallenKlNG posted...
When I was a kid, I had nothing but free time and not enough games to play since I only got games when my parents bought them for me. Because of this, I'd go for 100% completion on all my games.

Now that I'm 21, my situation is reversed. There's so many games, but so little time to play them all. Because of that, I've now forced myself to beat every game I play with minimal standards. This includes incomplete sidequests, one playthrough only, not collecting every collectible, etc.. Because games are being released faster than I can play them, I have no choice but to sacrifice my inner desire to beat every game to death like I did as a kid.


This is so true...though, now I'm 30, have a familly, and still have to fight my OCD nature...though I still have to play games a little beyond the end credits. Anyway as you grow older, I'll say it's pretty safe to say to complete every games you have at 100%. It's more a thing kids or adult without any responsability once they have finished at work can do
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