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3DS Virtual Console and 3D Classics Video Thread
 
I made this thread so Negative World members could take a look at all the Virtual Console and 3D Classic titles that have been released for the eShop so far. I hope it helps you with your purchasing decisions in the future and maybe to find some unappreciated gems. I will update it on a weekly basis and make new threads as needed, to avoid this thread and others from become to crowded with titles. As per suggestions from @Anand and @roykoopa64, I have also included links to the Negative World Game Database, which you can access by clicking on the name of the game, and reviews (if any) for the games, which you can access by clicking on (Review) under the name.


June 6, 2011


Alleyway



Radar Mission



Super Mario Land

Review



June 16, 2011


Donkey Kong

(Review)



June 23, 2011


Tennis



June 30, 2011


Kirby's Dream Land

(Review)



July 7, 2011


Fortified Zone



Qix



July 14, 2011


Baseball



Game & Watch Gallery




June 7, 2011


The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening DX

(Review)






June 6, 2011


Excitebike



July 20, 2011




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Posted: 07/09/11, 06:42:56  - Edited by 
 on: 07/23/11, 07:42:09
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Like a virtual Shopping Menu? That's a cool idea. Maybe we could have an experienced player rate each game, as well.
Posted: 07/10/11, 17:04:46
@Anand Or how about link to the game's name to its entry in the database? And if the game has a review, link the review under the game's title.

Like...

Super Mario Land
(Review)
Posted: 07/10/11, 18:40:05
Hmm, cool, thanks, this was a neat idea.
Posted: 07/10/11, 20:22:41
@Anand and @roykoopa64 good ideas. I'll get right on that.

Edit: Done.
Posted: 07/10/11, 21:40:12  - Edited by 
 on: 07/10/11, 21:53:48
@sirmastersephiroth

Not to complain, but you didn't do exactly as RoyKoopa suggested and I think his way is a slight improvement.

But good job all around!
Posted: 07/10/11, 22:09:35
Jargon said:
@sirmastersephiroth

Not to complain, but you didn't do exactly as RoyKoopa suggested and I think his way is a slight improvement.

But good job all around!

Like this? Points Up.
Posted: 07/10/11, 22:18:39
@sirmastersephiroth Jargon's right, here's actually what I'm suggesting.

If you check the links I posted:

Super Mario Land
(Review)

There's actually two separate links.

The first link (with the game name) takes you to the game's entry in our database, so people can add it to their collection, wishlist, or rate the game. Plus, it's a fast way of checking the game description and seeing its average rating by the Negative World users. (Just trying to promote the database as Zero is doing here ).

The second link is for the game's review, if it has one in the database.

I guess it looks confusing because you assumed it was one link and not two. Maybe just space them like this? Or some kind of formatting...

Super Mario Land

(Review)

My only comments about this suggestion:

1) It's not exactly clear that if you click on the game's name you will go to the database entry. But hopefully users will become more and more familiar with using the database in general.

2) This is a public (lvl 99) thread, but only members (-1 and lower) can view game entries in the database. Well, this could give non-members an incentive to join!
Posted: 07/10/11, 23:17:38  - Edited by 
 on: 07/10/11, 23:18:35
roykoopa64 said:
@sirmastersephiroth Jargon's right, here's actually what I'm suggesting.

If you check the links I posted:

Super Mario Land
(Review)

There's actually two separate links.

The first link (with the game name) takes you to the game's entry in our database, so people can add it to their collection, wishlist, or rate the game. Plus, it's a fast way of checking the game description and seeing its average rating by the Negative World users. (Just trying to promote the database as Zero is doing here ).

The second link is for the game's review, if it has one in the database.

I guess it looks confusing because you assumed it was one link and not two. Maybe just space them like this? Or some kind of formatting...

Super Mario Land

(Review)

My only comments about this suggestion:

1) It's not exactly clear that if you click on the game's name you will go to the database entry. But hopefully users will become more and more familiar with using the database in general.

2) This is a public (lvl 99) thread, but only members (-1 and lower) can view game entries in the database. Well, this could give non-members an incentive to join!

Oh. I hadn't noticed that there were two separate links. I'll edit it after dinner and explain it in the introduction. Also, I'm doing this in html so as not to break the BBCode.
Posted: 07/11/11, 00:55:57
@roykoopa64 Done. I explained how to use the links in the body and provided links to the Negative World Game Database and the Reviews Database. I also added three games that were not in the database: Tennis, Fortified Zone, and Qix.
Posted: 07/11/11, 03:08:34  - Edited by 
 on: 07/11/11, 04:06:50
Added Xevious 3D NES Classic.
Posted: 07/23/11, 07:42:49
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