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Err i made a mistake i was looking at march. whoops, nvm. i still hate having to stop save and continue every so often it ruins the tension that gets build up. you can imagine getting pass a cool cut-scene and psyched for what's about to come just to get interupped by something. might wait till friday afternoon and play then. do you know how hard it will be to prevent myself from playing even though i have a copy on my bedside table?! that one day will be filled with so much temptation. hopefully school can keep me occupied on thursday. seriously i truly think wont think i will make it to friday.Monday? That's a Thursday
2 days of school(where you can play it before, after, lunch, recess, to and from) and then the weekend ;D
Well, actually one day of school if you get it Thursday afternoon.
Yes it's only local. But they have tournaments for Flick Rush built into the game, so it's not like you need to know someone to play it.Has it been confirmed that 3D only has local multiplayer? I'm scared to search any further, because I don't want to spoil the game more than I already have
If you really wanted to, the 3DS is capable of playing regular DS games. You could trade in your DS, get a 3DS, play your old DS games, play Kingdom Hearts, and get some other awesome games like Zelda: Ocarina of Time or Kid Icarus or the New Super Mario Bros 2 game.No. I already have a regular DS. I'm not buying a 3DS just to play one game.
I'd say wait it out; it's the better option in the long run. You'll get your game, either way.Yes, I will be getting DDD.
I'm trying to figure out if I should wait for a 3DS XL or get the little original with two crappy games and a starter kit. It's gonna take all my savings, but I guess that's what they're for.
Not necessarily, as others have pointed out the XL version is very large, almost too large to be portable without being a huge hassle. Plus things may look more stretched given the bigger screen. So I, personally, think the original version of the 3DS is better anyway.I'd say wait it out; it's the better option in the long run. You'll get your game, either way.