Honestly, Game Gear was a pretty crappy handheld. Are any of these games even good? Nintendo is stupid to not put up Kid Icarus of Myths and Monsters this week, it's already out in EU. It would make sense with Uprising's release next week. Not to mention we still don't have Wario Land.
Three Game Gear games in one shot is nice. I just hate the fact that this is the last time we'll see it happen.
It's pretty cool that the Game Gear emulator offers a bunch of options, but more than anything else, it annoys me that Nintendo doesn't offer such options. Sega can change colors on the Game Gear "system" and add blur or slowdown, but Nintendo can't add in Super Game Boy pallets? Hell, to use the "actual resolution" option in GB games you have to hold down the start button. Game Gear puts in a menu (which makes WAY more sense) AND adds color options.
I might give Shinobi a shot. I hear good things about it.
Ha ha, it is kind of funny how SEGA's games actually offer better and more robust options than Nintendo's... but then they add insult to injury since this all takes place on Nintendo's own system, lol!
Nintendo Video Cruisin' the PCH - 3Net Kid Icarus: Uprising - Thanatos Rising Part 1 of 3 Kid Icarus: Uprising - Thanatos Rising Part 2 of 3 Kid Icarus: Uprising - Thanatos Rising Part 3 of 3 DSiWare (also available in the eShop) Pirates Assault (Circle Entertainment, 200 points/$1.99)
Nintendo Channel Nintendo Week for March 15th, 2012 How to Play: Kid Icarus Uprising (Video) Kid Icarus: Uprising - Medusa Trailer (Video) Kid Icarus: Uprising TV Spot (Video) Updates: VVVVVV - Update fixes bug in Flip Mode
Our brains must think alike. Scary. Seriously, when I was watching that, I was think Castlevania as well. Even the way the main character moved reminded me of Simon Belmont from Snes Castlevania.
But regardless, the game looks fun. Seriously, I would be foolish to download this game. I have sooooo many games I need to play. I feel bad, cause I would like to try this out, since I never owned any of Sega's systems. I would like to support the game, but honestly, when would I get around to playing it?