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Posted by MJaoune on Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:10 - 18 Comments
 
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MJaoune Jordan

 
Since the 3DS is now released, and everyone threw their DS devices to get a 3DS device (Except me since I wont buy a 3DS until a flashcart that runs .3ds roms is released). Usually I used to wait 1-2 minutes in Mario Kart to play a game on Wi-fi with 3 other players to join, now I wait 5 minutes for 1 player to join and the game starts (1v1). I am getting very gloomy  grimace

So I want some good games that are addictive and doesn't finish (Doesn't have a story that ends) or very entertaining homebrews, or even emulators and games for the system that is being emulated, so here comes your turn guys ;)

Also, can anyone give me good 286 processor DOS games to play on DSx86?

Best,
MJaoune


 
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Clookster Mongolia

  Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:13
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MJaoune on Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:10 GMT  
So I want some good games that are addictive and doesn't finish...


Pokémon Diamond
Pokémon Pearl
Pokémon Platinum
Pokémon Heartgold PokéWalk
Pokémon Soulsilver PokéWalk
Pokémon Black
Pokémon White
 
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MJaoune Jordan

  Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:17
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Clookster on Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:13 GMT  
MJaoune on Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:10 GMT  
So I want some good games that are addictive and doesn't finish...


Pokémon Diamond
Pokémon Pearl
Pokémon Platinum
Pokémon Heartgold PokéWalk
Pokémon Soulsilver PokéWalk
Pokémon Black
Pokémon White


Which is the best one between all of those? And does it have a good Wi-Fi community?

 
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Foxi4 Poland

  Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:24
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Y-yeah, neither of those games are actually "good", they're "pokemonish". Two different things.
 
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Clookster Mongolia

  Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:28
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Pokémon Platinum is the most difficult. That's why it's the best.
 
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MJaoune Jordan

  Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:30
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Foxi4 on Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:24 GMT  
Y-yeah, neither of those games are actually "good", they're "pokemonish". Two different things.


I mean I want one that has good Wi-Fi community, and I want to concentrate my playtime on a certain pokemon game instead of 5 pokemon games that I might get confused somehow.
 
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Clookster Mongolia

  Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:51
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You know, the problem with Pokémon Platinum is: We won't hear anything from you for the next three months once you start it. So better don't...
 
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Nathan Iceland

  Sat, February 4th, 2012 at 00:08
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Clookster on Fri, February 3rd, 2012 at 22:28 GMT  
Pokémon Platinum is the most difficult. That's why it's the best.

I prefer White, it just has such a vast amount of things to do. I've hit the 999:59 mark a long time ago and still haven't got everything. I hope they'll release those final three Pokémon sometime soon, they're the only ones I'm still missing, along with a number of C-gear designs I didn't get in time (Earful Audino and V for Victory! come to mind). Anyone know if there is a way to get these missing C-gear designs or are they lost forever?
 
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Subaru Poland

  Sat, February 4th, 2012 at 00:28
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So I want some good games that are addictive and doesn't finish (Doesn't have a story that ends) or very entertaining homebrews, or even emulators and games for the system that is being emulated, so here comes your turn guys

Try out CoG Rev 4 =3

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Also, can anyone give me good 286 processor DOS games to play on DSx86?

Not sure about DOS Games that would go on DSx86 per se but You can run those on ScummVM:
- Legends of Kyrandia: Hand of Fate
- Goblins

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You know, the problem with Pok�mon Platinum is: We won't hear anything from you for the next three months once you start it. So better don't...

Only three? :P

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Anyone know if there is a way to get these missing C-gear designs or are they lost forever?

If You ask about Pokemon Entries I can "generate" them for You, tough I will need Your save file obviously, then I can "generate" missing entries with big accuracy of their real statistics (more or less)

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So I want some good games that are addictive and doesn't finish...

Hmm what about Digimon World games then? You can screw the rules *ahem* I mean story mode many times and just do Your things before You will continue and after You finish story mode SOMEDAY You can still play on ^_^
Disgaea would count there with twice as power, endless leveling, reborning, item world...gods a lot of things to do :P
 
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Clookster Mongolia

  Sat, February 4th, 2012 at 00:37
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I don't know which Pokémon DS game I prefer. Really.

Platinum is the most difficult one, White and Black are really easy compared to Platinum - at least the 'main story' is.

Heartgold & Soulsilver on the other hand are something very special. Just right now, I like them the most, but that's because I'm still playing Soulsilver right now.
 
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