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Just my luck I was scrambling around trying to figure out
what I'm going to write this blog about , that I find this: http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2014/01/29/ds-virtual-console-heading-to-wii-u.aspx
and I was like "Yeah, that'll work."
So, here are 5 DS games that I want to see on Wii U.
The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks
Spirit Tracks was my first Zelda game, and it's still one of
my favorites. For a brief moment I pondered on whether to put in this game, or its
prequel, LOZ: Phantom Hourglass. But the more I thought about it, the more
sense Spirit Tracks made. It was just a more polished, well rounded experience,
not to mention good fun in its own right. Up until the release of Link Between
Worlds (*sigh* which I still need to play) I would have argued that this was
the best Portable Zelda game.
The World Ends With U You
Never played this game. But I put it on this list for 3
reasons. 1). I like to make puns. 2). I want to play this game. 3). It just
makes sense to release this game considering its rarity and how much people
still like it.
The Civilization franchise is a strategy genre favorite, but
if you want to play a Civ game on a Nintendo console, up to this point, Civ Rev
on the DS was your only option. Another big plus to this being on a home
console rather than a portable is the fact that it makes Wi-Fi features (which
this game does have) much more accessible. While it's not nearly as deep an experience as
say Civ V, and one of this titles biggest strength is its portability, it's
still a Civilization game.
Dragon Quest IX
While I enjoyed Dragon Quest IX on the whole, I was disappointed
at its wireless features (specifically
how finicky they were) similar to CivRev, being on a Console will help remedy
I always wanted this game on Wii U, and while a remake would
have preferred a remake, this would be fine too (heck, this may even encourage
a remake.) While it's not exactly infinite, this is an ENORMUS game by DS
standards; so much so that I wonder how they ever got it to fit on the card. With
incredibly deep customization and story this is definitely my favorite DS RPG
(if not game on the platform)
Well, those are my 5 picks. Sound off in the comments below
and throw out some of your own. See Y'all tomorrow.