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too lazy to find a thread about this, but

i found shaymin and darkrai in the american pokemon dp

unfortunately, you need a hack to walk through walls

good news is they aren't hacked themselves

No offense, but... you haven't found anything.

Using a cheat device to walk though walls isn't a discovery. It's just cheating. And if you have the means to cheat like that, you can just make those pokemon appear anytime, anywhere. It would be easier and faster then walking around in limbo or cutting across maps.

When someone discovers a means to get to them without the use of an Action Replay or other hacking device, please come and tell us.

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got tactics advance 2 just to check out how it was in comparison to the first

i cant read japanese so its a tad tough to play

it has basically the same music as the first, same graphics, same everything

that is a GOOD thing

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got tactics advance 2 just to check out how it was in comparison to the first

i cant read japanese so its a tad tough to play

it has basically the same music as the first, same graphics, same everything

that is a GOOD thing

from the preview videos it looked like the spell effects looked better?

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So after seeing the only so-so reviews of Front Mission DS, I'm a little iffy about it and considering picking up Mega Man ZX Advent or Phoenix Wright 3 instead (even though I still haven't finished the 2nd one yet :-P). Any thoughts?

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In my opinion, the first Front Mission hasn't aged gracefully (well, the music still rocks). Maybe it's the small screen, but it just doesn't feel as good as it did before.

If you're a fan of Phoenix Wright you *need* to finish 3. Advent is also very good but if you played ZX 1, you played Advent already (though it is definetly worth playing if you can afford both games).

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In my opinion, the first Front Mission hasn't aged gracefully (well, the music still rocks). Maybe it's the small screen, but it just doesn't feel as good as it did before.

If you're a fan of Phoenix Wright you *need* to finish 3. Advent is also very good but if you played ZX 1, you played Advent already (though it is definetly worth playing if you can afford both games).

Good advice, thanks! I think in this case I'll pick up Advent in the meantime, and get Phoenix Wright 3 as soon as I finally complete the 2nd one (I recently started up again and am half-way through the circus case, great stuff).

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I think there may be hope for the world. The end is nigh.

I played two licensed Disney games, and I enjoyed them both. This statement may tear a hole in the universe, but I found Hannah Montana Music Jam and Power Rangers Super Legends to be good games.

I only played the music creating portion of the Hannah Montana game and I found it to be more enjoyable than Jam Sessions. There aren't a lot of chords to choose from, but you can play individual notes on the guitar and therefore play chords by playing the actual notes (suck on THAT, Jam Sessions). Rhythm guitar, lead guitar, bass guitar, and drums are the instruments you can play. Sadly, things just feel clunky when trying to make a song but mad drum solos can probably fix anything.

On a less testicle destroying note, Power Rangers Super Legends is a fun, old school, side-scrolling beat-em-up. Frankly, the graphics look like they belong on the GBA (except for the 3d levels), the enemies are repetetive (pallette swap and slight sprite modifications, more hit points, etc), and the storyline (which involves time travel and whatnot) will make your brain bleed in pain what with the lame dialogue, paradoxes, and plot holes. And you can repeatedly uppercut enemies to the top screen and back down until they can no longer retain physical form. Nevertheless, if you like old-school brawlers, you should like Super Legends. It also has overhead shooter levels and first-person touchscreen giant robot battles, both of which use decent 3D graphics. And the music rocks like only the 16-bit era can.

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In my opinion, the first Front Mission hasn't aged gracefully (well, the music still rocks). Maybe it's the small screen, but it just doesn't feel as good as it did before.

If you're a fan of Phoenix Wright you *need* to finish 3. Advent is also very good but if you played ZX 1, you played Advent already (though it is definetly worth playing if you can afford both games).

the second case in phoenix wright 3 started to piss me off so i stopped a month ago

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Question: Which of the brain trainy games do you think is the best?

Brain training annoys me so much because it adds vast chunks to your time for getting an answer wrong because the game didn't recognise the number you drew, however I appreciate the Sudoku puzzles and the musical challenge in more brain training.

I've been enjoying Big Brain Academy much more since we got it, as the games are more inventive and more fun, and getting one wrong doesn't obliterate your score, it just takes time out of your minute for each challenge. I've been having so much fun with it in the two days I've had it that I've already beaten the professors brain score (I think I got 1709g?).

Just wondering which one of the two everyone prefers or if its just me.

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Question: Which of the brain trainy games do you think is the best?

Brain training annoys me so much because it adds vast chunks to your time for getting an answer wrong because the game didn't recognise the number you drew, however I appreciate the Sudoku puzzles and the musical challenge in more brain training.

I've been enjoying Big Brain Academy much more since we got it, as the games are more inventive and more fun, and getting one wrong doesn't obliterate your score, it just takes time out of your minute for each challenge. I've been having so much fun with it in the two days I've had it that I've already beaten the professors brain score (I think I got 1709g?).

Just wondering which one of the two everyone prefers or if its just me.

Personally, I like Brain Training over Big Brain Academy. Though Big Brain Academy seems like it has more fun games, I could see myself getting bored with it pretty fast. Certainly, when you unlock the harder difficulties, it definitely extends the playability in Brain Training. Being able to only do certain exercises once a day though limiting, makes me look forward to being able to play it the next day.

Anyway, I just started on Phoenix Wright: Justice for All. Finished the introductory trial and into the first big case. These games are awesome.

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Now playing: Super mario 64 DS.

( I know I'm a little behind the curve on that one.)

I'm *still* playing that one! Its good for passing large amounts of time. The camera annoys me to no end though. And the controls are.... erm... clunky.

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The camera annoys me to no end though. And the controls are.... erm... clunky.

For what it is worth, they were never good on the 64 to begin with. The controller for it was trash and the camera never stayed behind Mario like I wanted it to. I will say that it is a bit more fun with a better controller though.

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