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GameDadGrant

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In Topic: Do you expect the next Nintendo handheld to play 3DS games?

Today, 11:45 AM

View PostDerek, on 24 July 2014 - 01:45 AM, said:

What if the next Nintendo Handheld is the 4ds and when you start to play Mario, Miyamoto will come to your home to throw coins and mushrooms at you.

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In Topic: anybody here still playing Pokemon X/Y? updated thread

Today, 11:44 AM

No, not 3DS - I said *newer hardware.*  The 4DS or whatever the heck NIntendo comes out with, lol. :P

Although if you want to collect them all, the GTS in X/Y can technically allow you to do that. Players from around the world are capable of getting you just about any monster you want. Especially if you are trading with someone from Japan. :D

In Topic: Which handheld Zelda is your favorite?

Yesterday, 07:35 AM

View PostOrbitalBeard, on 24 July 2014 - 10:26 PM, said:



You know, I thought that was the reason for my love for it as well, but I started playing it again yesterday for the first time in over a decade and man oh man ,does it hold up.  I think it's better than A Link to the Past by a pretty large amount, honestly.  

Confession time - I haven't played A Link Between Worlds yet and I've owned it since release.  :blush:

I also think Link's Awakening is better than A Link To The Past. I try not to express that opinion too often though. Zelda fans usually come at me with pitchforks when they hear that. :(

In Topic: anybody here still playing Pokemon X/Y? updated thread

Yesterday, 07:31 AM

Well, the 3DS games are on the eShop already...I'm not sure what Nintendo's plans are for DS games as downloadables. I'm pretty sure that in the future, those games will be remade for the newer hardware.

In Topic: anybody here still playing Pokemon X/Y? updated thread

24 July 2014 - 09:40 PM

What older games? The ones from the original Gameboy?

I have a feeling Nintendo would rather just remake them and have you buy them all over again, then sell you the ancient games from yesteryear.