I believe Orcs & Elves is also on that style, but definitely Deep Labyrinth and The Dark Spire.
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As long as its JUST like Star Fox Command then yes.Zeus-GuyFixed :) Seriously, I'm one of the 5 people in the world that loved Command just the way it is; touch screen controls, strategic gameplay additions, just plain-out awesomeness. I would love a new Star Fox on the DS, even without the strategy; just a standard on-rails shooter would be great.
Most 'big' DS cards are 128 MB in size (Elite Beat Agents, The Rub Rabbits!, etc) A select few games come in 256 MB cards, two I believe; ASH (Japanese RPG, set to come overseas at some point as far as I know), and World Destruction / Sands of Destruction, also coming soon.
I wonder, how big were GBA games? Anyone know?
2 GB for about $4 @ NewEgg; plenty of space.
Hi, thanks for looking. Now that the PSP Go! is official (and so is its smaller screen; the killing factor for me), I'm ready to buy a PSP 3000. I have a few ?s, though:
1 - Is there an 'advanced' official battery, similar to the 2200 mAh one available for the PSP 2000, the one that really ups battery life?
2 - What are the drawbacks of importing one of the colored Japanese PSPs? I know it wouldn't play North American UMDs, but what about the games, memory sticks, internet connection, PSN downloads, etc?
Thanks for your answers; I'm buying a 3000 as soon as I can save up for it; handhelds rule!
There are some decent-to-great DSiWare titles available already, especially some $2 mini-games that are super addictive and totally worth it. That being said, I'm still waiting for more 'advanced' support; I want Mighty Flip Champs, Pop+ Solo and VS, and the rest of the ART STYLE games, among others.
And I believe we'll get the Moving Memo Pad next Monday so that Nintendo can make mention of it during their E3 press event. I sure hope so; makes sense, right?
I think we'll see a Tetris DS Express DSiWare title sometime down the road; we got Brain Age, Clubhouse Games, Japan got Planet Puzzle League; Tetris makes sense. I would also expect Picross and Crosswords to get their own Express versions, which would be cool.
[QUOTE="Gemini_Red"] Ok, assuming my math is correct and I am counting correctly the number of games across.....you have 246 DS titles??
Where do you get the money?
When do you have the time to play them all??
Awesome collection. I'm beyond envious.
yeah it's somewhere between 246 and 252. i have a couple of games that are cartridge only, and a few that are elsewhere. but for some reason, whenever i buy a game, i log it on my collections list at gamespot, and my actual physical count and my list count are always different. i attempted to check it one by one going down the entire collection list on gamespot, but i gave up after 10 lol.
a lot of the games aren't open. i just buy these games over time.. 3 years of tedious collecting.Very nicely done, dude! I'm at 235 right now; I haven't bought a DS game in months. The last six I got were gifts. Every little bit of money I get goes towards catching up with DSiWare releases; I have everything up to last week's PiCTOBiTS. I do plan to collect at least every US-released DS game; wish me luck!
Well, the Wii also has a young and heavily casualized audience. Companies like High Voltage should take a cue from Renegade Kid and develop more mature, high-demanding DS games that push the system to its limits. Look at how Chinatown Wars is doing; it started relatively slow, but it's still selling, and should continue to do so for a really long time.
I hope High Voltage eventually makes a DS game; anything goes, really.
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