So what other GB/GBC games do you guys think Nintendo should put on the e-shop?

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User Info: deimos91

deimos91
4 years ago#51
Rainbow---Dash posted...
CrimsonRoyal posted...
Pokemon gold/silver


This.


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User Info: diving_devil46

diving_devil46
4 years ago#52
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I actually have the game somewhere, but it seems to be missing, and it is a game I always go back to every now and again. So would be nice to have a permanent portable version of it.
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User Info: eadricson

eadricson
4 years ago#54
Pyramids of Ra. Hell, you know what? Make a 3D remake on the e-shop. I spent hours on long car rides with that game on the gameboy.
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User Info: pikachupwnage

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4 years ago#55
CrimsonRoyal posted...
Dragon quest monsters 1
Dragon quest monsters 2
Magi nation
Pokemon gold/silver
Metal gear solid
Crystalis
Kid Dracula
LOZ Oracle of Seasons/Ages
And so much more.


Pretty much this.

Plus mario tennis GBC and mario picross 2
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User Info: MKman9495

MKman9495
4 years ago#56
Maybe pokemon pinball ruby and saphire would be nice.

User Info: Purugly

Purugly
4 years ago#57
Aside from the obligatory classic Pokemon games, I'd like to see that one Hamtaro GBC game up there someday.
Enough.

User Info: Crash_Override9

Crash_Override9
4 years ago#58
Dragon Warrior/Quest I & II (GBC)
Dragon Warrior/Quest III (GBC)
Deja Vu I & II: Casebooks of Ace Harding (GBC)
Shadowgate Classic (GBC)
Resident Evil: Gaiden (GBC)
Metal Gear Solid: Ghost Babel (GBC)
Sword of Hope 1 (GB)
Final Fantasy Adventure (GB)
Final Fantasy Legend 1 (GB)
Final Fantasy Legend 2 (GB)
Final Fantasy Legend 3 (GB)
Lufia: The Legend Returns (GBC)
Crystalis (GBC)

IMO, this is what I would want the most!
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User Info: WrestlinFan

WrestlinFan
4 years ago#59
Metal Gear Solid.
but what do I know. PowerFAQs 1.9

User Info: Prince_Pyro

Prince_Pyro
4 years ago#60
CrimsonRoyal posted...
Magi Nation


I can't help but think this is extremely unlikely to be re-released, though if it were I would buy it immediately.

This was one of my absolute favorite GBC games. Damn near everything about it was amazing. The writing was consistently clever, the card-based combat system was complex without being overwhelming, the puzzles were well-crafted yet challenging, and the graphics were impressive for its time. The mood was generally light-hearted, but somber at all of the appropriate times. And the secrets/collectibles made it every bit as addicting as Pokémon, but with a significant enough twist to make it feel unique and fresh.

Goddamn, I miss playing that game. I really wish it'd come to the eShop. If memory serves, it reviewed fairly well, and sold somewhere around 100K. I wonder exactly what criteria Nintendo uses to decide which games go up on VC...
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