I can spend hundred of hours playing Etrian Odyssey, I just love it.>>1341
Check out the Rhythm Heaven/Paradise series, an amazing Rhythm franchise.
i reaaaally liked picross 3D.
one of my favorite puzzle games of all time.
As an addendum to Ace Attorney, if you happen to like that series at all make sure you play ghost trick. I'd also highly reccomend 999, as well as hotel dusk, and touch detective. There are a hell of a lot of charming adventure games on the DS. Also consider getting a ds flash cart like the R4. I know its still emulation, but the secondhand market is bonkers these days.
My 3DS broke this week. I don't even know how, I took it out of my backpack after being out and it stopped turning on. Pretty sure the top screen is broken somehow so the system is refusing to boot. So depressed cause I love this thing. Hoping I can get it fixed.
I still have my launch day 3DS. I played it for a year and slept on it. Might just be me but I feel like the 3DS wasn't as good as the DS.
I liked Gunvolt up until the translation started to show its true colours with one of the characters. Wish there was a fix for it
You have the DS game, two 3D entries, Picross e1 through 9, a couple Club Nintendo special releases, Pokemon and Zelda editions, and someone even back ported the puzzles from the Switch's Picross series to the 3DS. Hundreds of hours of Picross can be played on the 3DS and by the time you finished them all, you can probably start over from the beginning.
these are great rpg games with an unforgettable atmosphere, soundtrack and gameplay. highly recommended>>1479
i'd like to add that if you don't wanna buy an r4, install twilight menu instead. it allows you to run ds roms from your sd card and has a lot of built-in emulators, though you should probably emulate the more demanding systems like the snes via homebrew made for the 3ds, and if you wanna emulate the psx smoothly, a new 3ds is a must.
I liked Custom Robo Arena and Magical Starsign, those are two really fun ones. The Mario & Luigi brothers games were also fun too, but that's a bit obvious.
Himukai is my favorite Atlus artist. and EO is my favorite dungeon crawler series. It's just cute anime Wizardry, but it does what it sets out to do really well and I've easily put several hundred hours into each game.
I'd personally recommend EOIII as a starting point though, since it's still one of the less punishing ones and has a lot of the QoL improvements the 3DS games have but with a traditional dungeon design, and in my opinion the best RPG system and most engaging story until EOV (though still rudimentary enough to let you fill in your own details).
And most importantly, the cutest collection of girls.>>1580
I need to play the Devil Survivor remake sometime. I never finished the original on DS but I remember it being pretty dang good. It still amazes me how polished and feature-rich DS games got considering the technical constraints.
woah that art is eroi