All righty then As several of you may be aware that GT4 is coming/has come out. The 9th here in the UK. Since My bro is A GT Fan. The TV that I have access to play PS2 or NGC will be used for GT4. Since I will have trouble getting a chance to get around Nurenburg under 10 minutes per lap (Full course). (Ask A Local Girl She can Do it in 9 and a half with a Diseil car).
The option of Pluging in my Cube in another TV is not available most of the Time. But I Do Have 2 (two) GBA’s and a several regargeables AA Batteries. (I don’t have a SP or DS (UK due 11th)). (Not to self Charge Batteries. buy more Rechargeables)
So Which game Should I buy?
Here’s My Current Collcection:
Mario 2 (The 6 Golden Coins)
Sword of Mana
Poké Ruby (To Prove you can’t link G/S or R/B) (I also have Poke Collosem on NGC)
!NGC! Wario Ware
NES Classics Zelda 1
Zelda: Link to Past
!High!Puyo Puyo/ Puyo Pop (I think she yells “Da kantona!!” when I get a combo on Jap SNES)
!!RARE!! Phantasy Star 1, 2, 3.
!Wildcard! Need for Speed U2 or Porche (I should practice arse whipping the GT4’er for an extra lap)
I am far too late to find a Copy of TOP GBA (Jap).
I know I will lead the first few laps in GT4 until bro finds the fastest Racing line some time after lap 5. I find mine in 2 or 3 laps.
Donkey Kong Country 1/2 is good, if you like platformers. And so is Mario Advance 4 for that matter. I found Zelda: The Minish Cap very enjoyable. Kingdom Hearts: Chains of Memories is horrible though, don’t get that.
I second Superstar Saga. Don’t bother with the “NES Classics”, they’re a rip. If you really want Zelda 1, hunt down the 4-game bonus disk on eBay or something similar. If you want a gameboy Zelda, get Four Swords/LttP or Minish Cap.
I also highly reccomend the two Metroid games, especially Fusion.
Yeah, despite the fact that I prefer the classics to newer games, I have to suggest against the classic games too, particularly Zelda. While it’s still a good play, they added absolutely nothing to it, and the altered graphics disorient you in dungeons (in case you don’t know what I’m talking about, the GBA screen is wider than the NES screen, so they “squished” the background sprites leaving the foreground sprites alone, making it hard to tell what row you’re on when trying to attack things/avoid things.)
Megaman Battle Network is okay, but it’s not my kind of game. The aforementioned Mario & Luigi as well as Super Mario Advance 4 (Super Mario Bros. 3) are both excellent, as are Advance Wars, the Castlevania series (particularly Aria of Sorrow), Fire Emblem, Kirby, Puzzle Fighter, and Tactics Ogre. In addition to what you’ve got (and the aforementioned Metroids), that’d be my “must have” GBA list.
Fire Emblem, the Golden Suns (I didn’t care for them, but others did), Zelda Minish Cap, the two Kirby games, Dragon Warrior Monsters and its sequel for GBC, the Metroid games, Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga and Kingdom Hearts. If you don’t have them for SNES get Breath of Fire 1+2, and Yoshi’s Island.