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#1 postmanmanman
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The Dark Spire.

Wimps. Playing all your pathetic JRPGs. The Dark Spire is an RPG for true men! :P No, really. I love The Dark Spire.

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#2 postmanmanman
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Probably Pictobits, though Glow Artisan is up there, too.

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#3 postmanmanman
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The DS isn't exclusively for kids. Some of the games (i.e. licensed games, 'casual' games, etc) are aimed at kids, but there's also plenty of all-ages or even mature games availible for it.

The closest we have is Mario, Zelda, Metroid, and Pokemon. (which I still think is for kids)tjoeb123

On a side note, I hope you're not calling any of those franchises kid-franchises. Sure, they can be played by kids just as well as mature audiences, but they're not kid franchises.

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#4 postmanmanman
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So Dark Void got cancelled like 20 years ago, and they finished it for DSi Ware? That's pretty cool.

awssk8er716

No, Dark Void Zero was just created to release along side Dark Void. Like... Retro Game Challenge, if you will. It's a new 'retro' game.

Anyways, if I hadn't just gone on a spending spree, I'd definitely pick up Dark Void Zero and Starship Defense.

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#5 postmanmanman
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If you're a true man, you'll get Shiren the Wanderer. It's an honest-to-goodness roguelike, unlike the wimpified Pokemon Mystery Dungeon.

That said, I imagine PMD is a good introduction to the roguelike style of play, albeit a rather easy one. Try something like Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup orNethack for a true, and fairly user-friendly (Stone Soup is extremely user-friendly, though not necessarily easy) introduction to true roguelikes.

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#6 postmanmanman
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[QUOTE="miester211"]

For a dsiware game...that cost much,it has to be that good then?If anyone gots this...is it good???:?

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Look a few posts up.

Oh, wait, I take that back. Seems the mini-review I posted was deleted. Sorry 'bout that.

Essentially, yes, it's a good game, worth the ten dollars. Read the NintendoLife review, as it pretty much encapsulates my feelings about the game.

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For a dsiware game...that cost much,it has to be that good then?If anyone gots this...is it good???:?

miester211

Look a few posts up.

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#8 postmanmanman
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Bite me.

I meant expensive as in, it's the most costly of them all so far.

And knowing that most DSiWare games only last as entertainment for a week or so...

Yoweeh

I dunno, but a week of entertainment for 10 dollars seems a pretty good deal to me. Regardless, I just don't see it as much more expensive than most DSiWare games. I see your point, though.

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#9 postmanmanman
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Oh yeah, and I should probably mention it takes up 112 blocks of memory. Personally, I have 16 blocks left. :v Yes, I love me some DSiWare.