In order to lower the amount of threads asking for recommendations, bbb and I have decided to start this general thread for people who are unsure about what games are worth buying, similar to the one in the General Wii forum.
Just some advice; When you post tell us what kind of games you're looking for, be it action, RPG, platformer or something for your 8-year old son. Also be sure to tell us what popular games of those genres you (or the person you're buying for) already own/enjoy, as it would make recommendations a lot easy.
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Jul 16, 15 at 4:33pm
The Japanese eShop on a Japanese 3DS.
Joking aside, this site doesn't allow linking to pirated versions of software.
Jul 15, 15 at 11:55pm
where i can download Yo-Kai Watch Busters - Akanekodan JP?
Jul 03, 15 at 10:41am
Xemas12 I would suggest getting ACNL. It should keep you busy over vacation. It's a never ending game that has many possibilities. Smash is also a good choice but I prefer ACNL. Hence why I have the ACNL badge
Jul 03, 15 at 10:30am
Hey everyone I posted a thread in the forum about a week ago but just found this thread haha. I'm wanting to get a new game before I leave for vacation this year but can't decide between Majora's Mask, Smash Bros., and Animal Crossing.
I'm finishing OOT3D and enjoying it and have always loved Smash bros. and Animal Crossing games. In your guy's opinion which game is the best?
Jun 29, 15 at 7:28pm
Ah ok Dingaskahn. Thanks for letting me know, this will probably my next investment after ACNL Happy Home Designer. HYPPEEE.
Jun 29, 15 at 7:25pm
Popcorn34 No prob. The time in this version is far less stressful.
Jun 29, 15 at 7:22pm
Ok thanks Dingaskahn! I just didn't want to play MM3D as it has the time thing which would make me stressed.
"Oh thanks for the 3DS mom" (goes back to playing pokemon Black 2).
Feb 24, 15 at 8:57am
My favorites are the gameboy games on the eShop: Link's Awakening and the two oracle games. Majora's Mask is another solid 3D Zelda with more similarities to Ocarina of Time than pretty much every other game, but the structure is different - sidequests and helping out npc's is more prevalent and sometimes required to advance the plot. I don't think you're going to be disappointed with any Zelda games if you enjoy OoT3D, aside from possibly the original Legend of Zelda or Adventure of Link, which are archaic by even modern Zelda standards.
They all have puzzles and dungeons and a guy who wears a green tunic though, so pick the one with the most appealing description.
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