Those of you familiar with DSiWare vs. DSiWare on the 3DS, what does this mean for the aspect ratio? Any chance 3DS owners will get to view it at its optimum resolution (like with the NES games), or will it be slightly stretched like Shantae, Aura-Aura Climber, etc?
Definitely looking forward to this. The additional content is a very cool feature.
@Jargon Dunno, but I've definitely read that all players need to have downloaded it.
You'd think that if it fits within DSiWare size constraints, it would be small enough for that...
EDIT: @TriforceBun I would imagine that it's slightly stretched like DS retail games and DSiWare titles. I haven't heard anything for sure, but I haven't heard anything to the contrary either so I would assume it's like any other DSiWare title.
@Jargon Much like Four Swords Adventures I'll only be experiencing it one player. But I've played through it three-player before (albeit seven years ago), so at least there's that.
I'm just glad they're adding a single player mode and some new stages (and the Master Sword and Hurricane Spin)! Much more than I expected for a free download. I'm pretty impressed, even if they did ignore download play and online.
@Jargon I don't get it... if it is free, why would you be worried that everyone needs to have it? Everyone can download it for free. Or are you not getting the other 3DS until after Feb. 20th and then it is no longer free? It'll probably be cheap enough. Maybe.