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Kid Icarus: Uprising (Nintendo 3DS) discussion [game]
 
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Kid Icarus: Uprising is finally here! If you're playing, indicate as such in the game database.





Masahiro Sakurai's shooter-action-adventure finally hits the 3DS. The game is packed with tons of content, different control options, beautiful 3D graphics, and a robust multiplayer mode. This is a game that will be really fun to dig into because there is so much beneath the surface. Let's share our discoveries and discuss the latest great 3DS game! As well as celebrate that Sakurai is finally now working on the next Smash Bros

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Online multiplayer call to arms
Here's a list of all the folks who are interested in Uprising's online multiplayer mode. Post your friend code if you're interested and it'll get added here.

anon_mastermind - 0473-7920-6148 (Mikey)
VofEscaflowne - 2277-6633-7837 (Fabien)
warerare - 0989-1716-9376
roykoopa64 - 5370-0417-1205

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Posted: 03/22/12, 17:16:27  - Edited by 
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@Zero

You can have up to 4 configurations of powers. There are tabs right above the grid.
Posted: 03/30/12, 17:50:31
@Zero

You can use the D pad to cycle through powers and press down to use them. Sure you still have to let go of the circle pad and time it but it's still easier I think, especially for powers that have you aiming a power up.
Posted: 03/30/12, 23:32:13  - Edited by 
 on: 03/30/12, 23:32:45
@VofEscaflowne
If you're going to use the dpad, might as well set Up to use power. Personally, I haven't gotten used to using the dpad yet.
Posted: 03/30/12, 23:38:36
I didn't know there was any way to use them BUT the d-pad?!
Posted: 03/31/12, 00:04:56
@Zero

You can flick through them with the stylus and tap to use. I only figured out you can use the D pad after
Posted: 03/31/12, 00:09:51
What I done for the powers, I changed the controls so the A button changes for the next power to the right, Y for the next power to the left and B uses the highlighted power. It's great if you want to be able to move while selecting powers.
Posted: 03/31/12, 01:01:17
Well it's still good to have the D pad actually use the powers as some (well one that I know of) actually needs you to aim. So you can aim with the stylus and use with the D pad.
Posted: 03/31/12, 02:04:40
I got invited to a game from a guy in my contact list. Little did I know it was a one on one, no bots. Apparently sniping is a thing in that game too. It was the most boring game ever. The dude was using a long range homing weapon with +4 confusion. It was oh so very cheap of him. I can not believe it. At one point, I was standing on one side of the level, just dodging his shots. It was really very boring. I'm never playing that guy again.

Fo those who wonder, yeah, I beat him... just once. Then I left.
Posted: 03/31/12, 04:24:09
@Davoid

Go into the next round equipping powers that make you invisible
Posted: 03/31/12, 05:04:23
@VofEscaflowne I did, but it was still plain boring & overpowered. He had weapons near 300, I had one at 220. I like how Light vs Dark makes the chances more even. Now that's good balancing. There is no real pride in being an overpowered a$$h*le.
Posted: 03/31/12, 05:28:46
I used shields too.
Posted: 03/31/12, 05:31:55
Almost 11 hours, 41.8% completed, 90/120 treasures. And I can't stop playing!

@Davoid

Hey!
Posted: 03/31/12, 06:49:25
@Guillaume what?! I wasn't speaking about you... at all.
Also, can't wait for tomorrow. T's'gonna be great!
Posted: 03/31/12, 07:04:52
@Guillaume

I kind of thought you wouldn't really like this style of gameplay, considering you bashed on Harmony of Despair for its loot based equipment and replaying levels for better stuff.
Posted: 03/31/12, 14:38:06
@VofEscaflowne

I do dislike loot-based games usually. Either I'm being a blatant fanboy right now, or the cauldron system solved any problem I had with those games...
Posted: 03/31/12, 17:01:50
@Guillaume

Pretty good! What chapter are you on right now?

I think the mix of weapon variety/power, fusing, and the adjustable risk/reward difficulty of the Fiend's Cauldron make for a very compelling system that works well with all those elements combined.
Posted: 03/31/12, 18:18:16
@TriforceBun

Oh yeah, I forgot to say: I'm just at chapter 11, haha. Gotta replay those levels and get the achievements! I wanna see that picture!

And hey, that's one thing I'd love "achievements" to steal from this game: each one unlocks some reward in-game, and reveals a piece of a picture. Then they'd be worthwhile.
Posted: 03/31/12, 20:10:27
@Guillaume

I'm not sure if a picture is a worthwhile reward but it's better than nothing I suppose They're still fun to complete though!
Posted: 03/31/12, 23:13:09
@VofEscaflowne

In addition to the individual rewards each achievement yields? Hell yeah it's worthwhile!
Posted: 04/01/12, 07:24:23
@Waluigi

Yeah, those can be good I suppose though I've yet to pull off any that are really hard so I haven't gotten anything great from them

(damn you April Fools!)
Posted: 04/01/12, 14:55:51
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