Speaking of the eshop, how about you start doing reviews for the 3DS ware games that are coming eh Gamespot? Poor's Dsi Ware games haven't gotten many reviews around here, the only two that I saw were Dark Void Zero and Art Style: Box Life so maybe this could change qith the 3DS eh? Just a sugestion of course, I would really love to see it happening though! =D
Gameloft hits the links with $7 downloadable 3DS game as Wii receives Brawl Brothers, Burn the Rope and DSiWare gets three more additions.
Nintendo today announced that 3DS early adopters will be soon be able to download 20 free Virtual Console games to their shiny new systems absolutely free of charge. However, the company didn't specify exactly when those titles will be made available. 3DS owners who'd like something new to play in the meantime have a new option today, as Gameloft's Let's Golf 3D leads the week's Nintendo Store Update.
Now available for $7, Let's Golf 3D allows players to hack their way through 108 holes in six different settings. The game also features a roster of eight customizable golfers and allows two-player simultaneous action.
Over on the Wii, the system's downloadable storefront gets something old, something new, something flammable, and something black and blue. First up on WiiWare is the Big Blue Bubble puzzle game Burn the Rope, which sells for 1,000 Wii points ($10) and requires players to strategically incinerate braided fibers. The Virtual Console catalog also sees the addition of Jaleco's Super Nintendo beat-'em-up Brawl Brothers.
The DSi sees a trio of new titles this week as well, with the $5 platformer Oscar's World Tour joined by Gamebridge's fast-paced palanquin chaser Portable Shrine Wars and BiP Media's breeding sim My Australian Farm. The latter two titles are available for $2 each.
@DarK7WiZaRd Yeah, I guess you're right. Still though, These games should have been in development for a while before that. It's just too bad that this stuff is taking so long to push out.
@RatchetV1 You are 100% correct. If they put out a high quality Pokemon game that within itself will justify my purchase of the system. Not to mention everybody will stop hating and most likely BUY a 3DS to get their Pokemon fix ha ha. :P
@jookiyaya I can not for the life of me find any new articles on the fact that the 3ds might cause permanent eye damage outside the months of january to march and all of them are speculation and just say the most problem you have would be eye strain which in turn leads to a headache. Either you give source or you be trolling.
IGN gave it an amazing 9 ! http://uk.ds.ign.com/articles/118/1184868p1.html
@jookiyaya Did you actually read some kind of report of the so many people with problems? Or are you just saying that?
Ugh... after reports of 3DS users suffering eye problems, people are confirming permanent problems. I sold my 3DS and no one wants to live without eyes forever! Thumbs down sorry!
I think it would be awesome to release a 3D pokemon game. But not just the same ol' formula we've seen for years. I mean a 3D pokemon game similar to the ones on gamecube. It would be awesome. The only thing I didn't like about the gamecube pokemon games were the gimmicks. Like the 'shadow' pokemon. Just give me the option to catch pokemon in the wild with rich 3D environments similar to the gamecube versions, throw in some online & local play & I'm more than satisfied. I know there's people who agree.
@ DarthVeng_basic : oh yeah...just 4 those several million people huh? Glad you dodged that bullet! Turns out you are the only logical gamer who didn't buy into that wii stuff,you are one of the only ones wise enough not to be ''gullible''..good luck with that...
I wonder if this game is anywhere near as good as Hot Shots. I would love a good golf game on a as of now gameless 3DS...
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