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    Features - Nintendo 3DS - Launch Day Line-Up

    Full launch day line-up confirmed for Nintendo's new hand-held.
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    Re: Features - Nintendo 3DS - Launch Day Line-Up

    I`ve pre-ordered pilot wings for mine

    TEmpted by a nintendogs game as well though

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    Re: Features - Nintendo 3DS - Launch Day Line-Up

    A resounding meh.

    Pilotwings looks great, but the rest of the lineup looks like the usual crowd have seen a new console and gone through the unimaginative motions. Nintendo can claw some back with their N64 offerings, but until they bring out something genuinely brilliant, no thanks.

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    Re: Features - Nintendo 3DS - Launch Day Line-Up

    Your forgetting the return of kid icarus

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    Re: Features - Nintendo 3DS - Launch Day Line-Up

    Quote Originally Posted by kopite View Post
    Your forgetting the return of kid icarus
    This is true and it looks awesome, but at least with the original DS, the gameplay was genuinely novel so you could excuse the weird games like Rub Rabbits.

    To be honest, my love for Nintendo died when they gave up the GBA slot - my DS Lite will never be sold! I still don't see why they couldn't let GBC games work on the DS/Lite. Heck there's homebrew software that'll let you play GB games (not kosher, chaps!) so it's not like the hardware isn't up to scratch.

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