The attach rate for Mario Kart 8 is indeed insane. Still, considering how much the Wii version sold, I am not really shocked.
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Considering it can also play DS games, I would vote for the 3DS.
If I were to vote based solely on library, though, it would have to be the DS. To me, it is among the Top 3 systems ever in terms of games.
I haven't played Bayonetta 2 yet (playing through the first one at the moment), so I'll leave it off the list for now.
- Mario Kart 8
- Pikmin 3
- Super Mario 3D World
Next I'd consider is probably Donkey Kong TF.
I fully second this list!
I would replace Pikmin 3 with Tropical Freeze. However, for the sake of variety, putting Pikmin 3 in there makes a lot of sense. It's a great game with a surprisingly awesome multiplayer mode.
I just played through the Bayonetta 2 demo... That game is flippin' nuts. It was surprisingly fun considering that is not really my type of game at all. For all the crazy chaos taking place you actually feel in control. I can't believe how precise and crisp the controls are. It doesn't feel like dumb luck if you pull off a successful counter for example. It was actually pretty satisfying. It was also really tense and stressful too! It's probably not a game I would ever buy because I'd probably lose interest but it is impressive how good the gameplay and look of the game is.
It sounds awesome! I am trying to track down a copy.
It is not my type of game either, but considering you get two games for the price of one - plus, the fact it has been getting excellent scores - makes it a must-buy for me.
Besides, I am on vacation, so I will have plenty of time to play! =D
I love Excitebike Arena, but I guess that has a lot to do with nostalgia and a certain randomness factor.
As for Yoshi Circuit, I've always loved it! It has great turns and many possibilities for performing mini-boosts.
I am surprised!
The game is better than I expected. It's nothing special, but it is a silly and mindless brand of fun.
I did not think it would sell as well as Nintendo was expecting it to, though. After all, it's a game that belongs to a very restricted niche. I guess the Zelda brand just erased that narrow appeal.
That's awesome news.
ive put in 26 hours....i can see myself putting another 20 in with the DLC and stuff....
do you like monster hunter? in many ways they are similar. youll see.
I love Monster Hunter!!
When I got Monster Hunter 3 for the Wii I thought there was a really big chance I would not like it. The grinding, which is one of the things that makes me stay away from JRPGs, seemed a bit too much for me.
Next thing I know, I spent over 100 hours with the game and now I am desperately looking forward to MH4.
Maybe Hyrule Warriors will be the same for me.