Dirty wrote: »
I really wish I liked Azure Striker Gunvolt more than I did. I ultimately had the same problem with it that I later had with Matterfall. They're really easy games with relatively harsh scoring systems. The scoring is designed in a way that encourages literally perfect play, as every single bit of damage you take tanks your scoring potential, leading to a frustrating experience, and torturous replaying. But then if you decide to not give a fuck about your score and just play the game, you find that the scoring system was the only challenging thing about it. The enemies never pose much of a physical threat, as they only threaten your combo.
Donnicton wrote: »
Super Princess Peach is an okay platformer that's done in the sprite style.
Izuna and Izuna 2 are more roguelike RPGs than Zelda-style, but you may like them.
Knights in the Nightmare is gorgeous and is probably one of the only games I've come across with an actually creative use for the touch screen. The story is ludicrously depressing, though.
Cameron_Talley wrote: »
Nintendo of Europe is removing the ability to use credit cards on the 3DS shop. I guess that's one more nail in the coffin. I think NOA is the last holdout. I'm still surprised when I see 2DS units for sale in stores. They don't seem to be moving at all.https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2019/08/nintendo_removing_credit_card_support_from_3ds_and_wii_u_eshop_in_europe