Nintendo 3ds – R4ISDHCX http://r4isdhcx.com/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 02:27:28 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://r4isdhcx.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-15-120x120.png Nintendo 3ds – R4ISDHCX http://r4isdhcx.com/ 32 32 The 10 Best Nintendo 3DS Games of All Time https://r4isdhcx.com/the-10-best-nintendo-3ds-games-of-all-time/ Tue, 01 Nov 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/the-10-best-nintendo-3ds-games-of-all-time/ Nintendo has released its latest principally handheld console, the Nintendo 3DS, worldwide in 2011, which sold over 75 million units over its lifetime. Until 2019, many quality titles have been developed for the platform; so many in fact that this list was quite difficult to compile, but we managed to reconstitute a list of Top […]]]>

Nintendo has released its latest principally handheld console, the Nintendo 3DS, worldwide in 2011, which sold over 75 million units over its lifetime. Until 2019, many quality titles have been developed for the platform; so many in fact that this list was quite difficult to compile, but we managed to reconstitute a list of Top 10 3DS games of all time.

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10. Mario Kart 7

Mario Kart 7, the seventh entry in Nintendo’s acclaimed kart racing franchise, brought innovative changes to the land-only formula players have been accustomed to for years, and now we can’t imagine the game without these features. . Racing under the waves and gliding through the skies created ambitious designs for new tracks and refreshing renewals of classic tracks.

Although the character roster was a bit lacking, the introduction of building your own kart by mixing and matching various parts was a welcome addition. With a proper battle mode including Balloon Battle and Coin Runners as well as strong online and local play, this was another Mario Kart essential that most 3DS owners had on them at all times.

Read our Mario Kart 7 reviews.

9. Bravely Default

Featuring exceptional new ideas as well as polished concepts from Square’s golden age of RPGs, Bravely Default is a reminder that Japanese RPGs have a unique flair and vision. If you’ve never experienced Final Fantasy’s Job of Fame system, get ready for one of the best character class customization systems in the genre.

Read our Bravely Default review.

8. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D

There’s no denying that Ocarina of Time will always have an impactful legacy for 3D Zelda games. And Grezzo’s 2011 remake, Ocarina of Time 3D, is the definitive way to experience the first 3D Legend of Zelda game. Aside from the updated visuals and the fact that it still retains the charm that made the original N64 so great, Ocarina of Time 3D also introduces plenty of quality of life tweaks, such as the ability to use doubles. touch screens of the 3DS, which has definitely made subject management much more tolerable. And the increased frame rates provide smoother gameplay.

Even if you played the original N64 through the console itself or other means, Ocarina of Time 3D is worth revisiting. And if you haven’t played Ocarina of Time yet anyway, this is the version to get your hands on.

Read our The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D review.

7. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate

Although there was another version of Monster Hunter on the 3DS after this one, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is still the best Monster Hunter that can only be experienced on the 3DS. It’s filled to the brim with increasingly difficult monsters to hunt, armor and weapons to craft from their parts, and it’s the first in the series that introduced mounting mechanics and truly embraced verticality.

If the otherworldly fashion and that addictive monster-hunting, monster-hunting gameplay loop aren’t gripping enough, Monster Hunter 4U is a bit of an outlier in the series with a more engrossing story and twists. likeable characters. If you want to visit a “classic” Monster Hunter, Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is unbeatable.

Read our Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate reviews.

6. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon

While Pokemon Sun and Moon honored the legacy of the Pokemon video game series while making fundamental changes, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon further expanded on these ideas, making Pokemon’s polished 3DS swansong stand out among the rest. The Alola region once again had us falling for our first-gen favorites in their new guises and the Island Challenge was a welcome and interesting break from the gyms we’d come to expect.

Everything Sun and Moon did, Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon did better, with additional side stories that added even more character to the region, an expanded native Pokémon selection, and an unexpected endgame that allowed us to hunt rare legendary Pokémon. For something a little different but still full of Pokemon charm, say Alola to Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

Read our Review of Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon.

5. Metroid: Return of Samus

With Samus Returns, MercurySteam went beyond a 1:1 adaptation of Metroid 2 in favor of modernizing the formula: Samus could aim 360 degrees with a laser sight, and her melee counter changed the series to the best. Nintendo was clearly pleased with the results, as they let the developer take the reins of the legendary Metroid Dread, a game that wouldn’t have existed without Samus Returns being so much fun.

Read our review of Metroid: Samus Returns.

Animal Crossing: New Leaf will forever be one of the games synonymous with Nintendo exclusives on 3DS. Unlike the previous main episode, City Folk, Animal Crossing: New Leaf brings many welcoming changes to the series that make it much more enjoyable and rewarding each time you reach milestones in your journey.

And while customization has been around since the first game, New Leaf’s focus on customization is key, from changing your character’s clothing to the option to hang furniture on the walls, and the fact that you were the mayor of your own city, allowing you to undertake new infrastructure projects, among other things. New Horizons might be the best game to play in the series to date, but some of New Horizons’ coolest features were most definitely precursors to New Leaf.

Read our Animal Crossing: New Leaf review.

3. Super Mario Land 3D

There are a handful of games on the 3DS that really push the spectacle of the “No Glasses 3D” mechanic, and Super Mario 3D Land brings that magic to life in an adventure that stands up to the likes of a game released a year earlier. , Super Mario Galaxy 2. 3D Land is full of colorful worlds with surprisingly dense obstacle courses that change perspective before your eyes, and visual puzzles that really make you want to have the 3D cursor turned to a comfortable maximum .

Whether you’re here for the fun of a jolly Mario title, or the solid challenge of collecting all the Star Coins on each level of the game, this one shouldn’t be missed.

Read our reviews on Super Mario 3D Land.

2. Fire Emblem Awakening

Fire Emblem Awakening played a crucial role in the series, cementing its popularity in the West and paving the way for even more commercially successful releases. It offered a top-notch strategy RPG with fun characters, witty dialogue, and an in-depth combat system while presenting players with tough choices and the (optional) stress of permadeath. The end result is a stunning combination that cemented the series as Nintendo’s mainstay.

Read our Fire Emblem Awakening review.

1. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

One of the most powerful games in the Nintendo 3DS library is by far The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds. A spiritual successor to A Link to the Past, this 2013 action game is a beautiful nostalgic trip; it’s both a love letter to the game that influenced it while breathing new life into 2D Zelda titles. The dungeons and puzzle design are top-notch and strike a healthy balance that makes it a fair challenge.

More importantly, the new wall-melting mechanic, something that on paper doesn’t seem to work in any 2D Zelda game, actually works so well – it never feels out of place once. This flows naturally with the established framework of Zelda gameplay. If there is ever a Legend of Zelda game to play in your life, A Link Between Worlds should be on a shortlist to consider.

Read our review on The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds.

There are so many other amazing games that unfortunately had to be left out (thanks to Kid Icarus Uprising), so if you haven’t seen them represented here, give them a shout out in the comments; or if you want a blast from the past, check out our opinion on the original 3DS Where the revamped NEW 3DS and XL models.

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10 years ago, Square Enix’s best Nintendo 3DS game changed RPGs forever https://r4isdhcx.com/10-years-ago-square-enixs-best-nintendo-3ds-game-changed-rpgs-forever/ Tue, 11 Oct 2022 13:30:25 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/10-years-ago-square-enixs-best-nintendo-3ds-game-changed-rpgs-forever/ Final Fantasy has always been a series about change, with each entry striving to try something new or different. For this reason, the “traditional” Final Fantasy experience has often been left behind as the franchise evolves. However, in 2012, Square Enix released the greatest homage to the classic Final Fantasy it could have, even if […]]]>

Final Fantasy has always been a series about change, with each entry striving to try something new or different. For this reason, the “traditional” Final Fantasy experience has often been left behind as the franchise evolves. However, in 2012, Square Enix released the greatest homage to the classic Final Fantasy it could have, even if it didn’t have the same name. A brave omission was not only a nostalgic throwback to classic turn-based RPGs, but also a vision of how the genre can modernize and stay relevant.

A brave omission uses the exact same story setup as Final Fantasy, featuring you as four warriors of light who must save the world of Luxendarc by restoring four elemental crystals. Final Fantasy’s setting is entirely intentional, and the game’s narrative uses Final Fantasy tropes to layer in compelling twists.

There are plenty of arguments to be made A brave omissionit is pacing issues, but the seemingly generic story methodically turns into a deconstruction of Final Fantasy and the genre in general. It’s hard to go into too much detail without a spoiler, but as interesting as A brave omissionThe narrative is that the gameplay innovations it brought are what really stand out so far.

A brave omission uses a visual style similar to PS1 Final Fantasy, putting 3D characters on hand-drawn backgrounds. Square-Enix

A brave omission uses the same turn-based combat style as the classic Final Fantasy games, but with a massive twist. During battle, you can use something called Default to defend and rack up a Brave Point. These points can be stored and used at the same time, allowing characters to use multiple actions in one turn. This provides a fascinating new strategic advantage to battles, especially when enemies can also use Brave actions. Along with all the normal considerations, you now have to consider managing your Brave Points resource, while keeping an eye out for enemies.

On top of that A brave omission presents the best employment system since Final Fantasy V, with a host of different jobs that all feel unique, from the well-known Dark Mage and Monk to the wildly different Vampire and Salve-Maker. This system allows you to equip a secondary job in addition to a main job, opening up a multitude of combinations and abilities to use. Combining jobs is an idea that Square Enix has been coming back to for years, even in games as recent as stranger from paradise.

A brave omission is all about personalizing your experience, and outside of the working system, another groundbreaking feature encourages that idea. In the settings menu, players can fine-tune the frequency of random encounters with a slider that lets you move the frequency up or down, or even turn them off altogether. It’s such a small yet brilliant change that makes the experience astronomically better. If you’re tired of fighting in a dungeon, you can just turn off battles and explore, or if you need to pass a few levels quickly, you can speed up battles and use the fast forward feature in battle.

Bravely Default combat was a smart way to update turn-based battles, making them faster and more exciting. Square-Enix

However, there is another side to this, as reducing the frequency of encounters essentially allows you to adjust the difficulty. If you want an extra challenge by gaining some experience, you can do that. Many modern RPGs have eliminated random battles by placing enemies directly into the environment, but A brave omission showed that there is still a completely viable way to make Random Battles work.

There are a handful of other features that make A brave omission such a lovely RPG, featuring an entirely optional city-building mechanic and utterly gorgeous hand-drawn backgrounds. It all adds up to a game that’s brimming with charm and just great to play, even when the pacing feels long and drawn out with filler.

A brave omission was developed by the Asano team, the same team that would go on to develop the HD-2D line of games, including octopath traveler, Triangle Strategyand live alive. It is easy to see how A brave omission served as a starting point for subsequent matches for Team Asano, starting from the Break-Boost system of Octopath to the unique classes of Triangle Strategy.

A brave omission was the perfect portable experience, a compact RPG that had enormous depth, but let you customize your experience to play on the go. Although it was very well received when it was launched, 10 years later it is clear A brave omission was more influential than we initially thought.

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How to Play Nintendo 3DS Games on Your VR Headset https://r4isdhcx.com/how-to-play-nintendo-3ds-games-on-your-vr-headset/ Sun, 09 Oct 2022 23:34:55 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/how-to-play-nintendo-3ds-games-on-your-vr-headset/ Nintendo’s one-of-a-kind 3D handheld returns from the grave with the help of virtual reality. The Nintendo 3DS handheld blew us away when it was released in 2011 with its ability to produce stunning stereoscopic 3D effects without the need for glasses. Like many other consoles, 3DS is available to play as an emulator, but you […]]]>

Nintendo’s one-of-a-kind 3D handheld returns from the grave with the help of virtual reality.

The Nintendo 3DS handheld blew us away when it was released in 2011 with its ability to produce stunning stereoscopic 3D effects without the need for glasses. Like many other consoles, 3DS is available to play as an emulator, but you will not be able to experience the 3D effect by emulating it on a normal screen.

However, using a VR headset, you can emulate the 3DS in all its stereoscopic 3D glory by just following a few simple steps.

Installing the 3DS Emulator

There are a handful of different 3DS emulators out there, but we’ll be using Citra for the purposes of this guide as it’s often considered the best. Navigate to the download page here and start downloading Citra for your operating system.

Open the downloaded file and you will be prompted to select an install destination. It will then give you the choice to install Citra Nightly and Citra Canary. Citra Nightly is the reliable tested version while Citra Canary is same as Citra Nightly but includes additional experimental features awaiting review.

We recommend installing both versions but using Citra Nightly as it is the most stable version; Only upgrade to Citra Canary when you encounter a ROM (a digital copy of a game) that doesn’t work as it should with Citra Nightly. If Citra Nightly and Citra Canary cannot run a particular ROM, chances are it is not compatible with the emulator.

Loading ROMs

Now that Citra is installed, we need to load ROMs to play. Click the “+” symbol in the main Citra window to add a destination folder for your ROMs. Try to keep all your ROMs in one place so they can be found and accessed easily.

Where to find ROMs, how to run them, and the legality of owning them are beyond the scope of this guide. However, if you do decide to download ROMs, be sure to do your homework beforehand as there are malicious ROM sites out there that will contain all kinds of nasty surprises with your download.

Also be sure to check out the Citra Game Compatibility List because some ROMs work better than others, while others just won’t work at all. Once you have your ROMs, this how-to video guide will show you how to make them work with Citra.

3DS Emulator Settings

Now that we have our emulator and ROMs, we’re almost ready to play, but first we need to get familiar with a few settings. Open Citra, go to “Emulation” then “Configure” and a window should open displaying emulation settings.

The “General” and “System” tabs allow us to modify the emulation speed and the clock speed of the processor. Changing these settings can cause all sorts of in-game glitches, so we recommend leaving them alone unless you know what you’re getting into.

The “Graphics” tab has a drop-down list called “Internal resolution” which will allow you to adjust the resolution to improve the visuals. Remember to increase the resolution only as much as your hardware allows. If the game is lagging, it’s worth dropping the resolution down a notch to see if that improves performance.

In the same “Charts” tab, go to “Screen layout” and select “Side by side”. Enabling this setting will horizontally mirror the Citra display and is essential for enjoying stereoscopic 3D. You can also play with the “Depth” setting (the higher the percentage, the greater the depth effect) and the “Screen Layout” according to your preferences.

Finally, there’s the “Controls” tab which is pretty self-explanatory and lets you map your controls to your chosen method of controlling the game.

Play 3DS in widescreen beta

If you do not have Widescreen Beta Already, it is available to download and use for free. Head to the Bigscreen website, select “Download” and choose your platform. Once installed, connect your headphones to the computer and charge Widescreen Beta. If this is your first time using Big screenyou will see a tutorial that we recommend you go through at least once.

Remove your headset and load a ROM using Citra in fullscreen mode (select “View” then “Fullscreen”). If you put your headset back on, you should see Citra featured on the Big screen cinema-like screen inside your helmet.

Finally, enter the Big screen From the “Home” menu, select “My Room” then “Desktop” and you should see an option called “3D Settings”. Make sure this is set to “SBS” which stands for side by side. Enabling 3D SBS will merge the two mirrored Citra screens into one giving you the 3D effect, and now you are good to go!

A final tip is to play around with the different environments that Big screen has to offer. For example, I got completely pissed off by changing the wooden environment so that I kind of feel like I’m sitting in the Kokiri forest while playing. Zelda.

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Best Nintendo 3DS Emulators (Android & Windows PC) in 2022 ⋆ Naijaknowhow https://r4isdhcx.com/best-nintendo-3ds-emulators-android-windows-pc-in-2022-%e2%8b%86-naijaknowhow/ Sat, 08 Oct 2022 00:00:09 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/best-nintendo-3ds-emulators-android-windows-pc-in-2022-%e2%8b%86-naijaknowhow/ – Advertising – Are you looking for the best Nintendo 3DS emulators to revive the old days of Nintendo 3DS? Well, I know for sure that you want it, and I have also gathered the right emulator for you in this article you are reading on NaijaKnowHow. The Nintendo 3DS is arguably one of the […]]]>

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The Nintendo 3DS is arguably one of the most popular game consoles to ever exist, with over thousands of Nintendo 3DS games, it’s not a bad option to try them again, rather than buying a new one. Nintendo 3DS, you can just download an emulator instead.

We have seen people playing PSP games on PSP emulators like PPSSPP Gold and so on and the same can be done with Nintendo 3DS emulators and that’s why you will get to know the best Nintendo 3DS emulators in this article you read.

List of Best Nintendo 3DS Emulators for Android and Windows

These Nintendo 3DS emulators are free, you can download them for free on your Android and Windows PC. Just make sure you have a source to get Nintendo 3DS games too.

With that being said, let’s take a look at the best Nintendo 3DS emulators.

1.Citra

There is no website where you will go looking for a good Nintendo 3DS emulator, you will always find Citra among the best emulators for Nintendo 3DS. Well, it still holds that title and that means you can download Citra on your Android and Windows PC.

Citra makes it easy to play Nintendo 3DS on Android and PC, the app has cool features, it’s very easy to use, and you always download Citra anytime. Games played on Citra are always in 3D form and that is why it is one of the best Nintendo 3DS emulators out there.

2. Pretendo NDS Emulator

Pretendo NDS emulator

Pretendo NDS Emulator is a powerful 3D platform emulator that lets you play Nintendo DS games. It is available for free download and lets you enjoy features like fast emulation, full hardware support, VR headset compatibility, dual audio processing, and various gamepads.

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The only downside of this emulator is that sometimes it can be unstable or incompatible with different games. That said, it is undoubtedly one of the best options when you are planning to emulate your favorite Nintendo games on your device.

3. 3DMOO Emulator

Best Nintendo 3DS Emulators

The 3DMOO emulator is one of the most popular, but it’s also one of the most complicated to set up. Using this emulator requires you to download homebrew and R4 software to your computer before setting up your Nintendo device firmware.

All of this can be done on the official website! Once you have everything installed, all you have to do is log in to your 3DMOO account and start playing! You will be able to play any game from your home screen. 3DMOO offers gamers a library of over 100 free downloadable games from their website. It is one of the best Nintendo 3DS emulators and you can play hundreds of retro games including Mario Kart 64 and Sonic Adventure 2 Battle.

4. NO$GBA

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Best Nintendo 3DS Emulators

The NO$GBA is one of the best Nintendo 3DS emulators for computers since it was written by a gamer and with the support of his comrades. It uses emulation technology as the engine to play games without worrying about system components and without encountering problems of any kind. The NO$GBA supports a large list of ROM files and other compatible extensions, so you can put this emulator at the top of your favorites.

NO$GBA is very easy to use, you can always trust this software to give you the maximum experience you need if you want to play Nintendo 3DS games and that’s why it’s one of the best Nintendo 3DS emulators.

5. R4 3DA Emulator

R4 3DA emulator

R4 3DA is one of the few emulators that offers both Android and PC support. With it, you can play games like Pokemon: Soul Silver, The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, and Monster Hunter 4 on your Android phone or tablet. On Windows PC, the emulator can run games like Mario Party DS, Kirby Mass Attack 3D and many more.

It’s also possible to store recorded data locally so you don’t have to start from the beginning every time. Although the interface is not as beautiful as other emulators, this one does its job well.

6. DeSmuMe

Best Nintendo 3DS Emulators

DeSmume is by far one of the best emulators to run any kind of Nintendo 3DS ROMs on Android device and Windows PCs. It has a very simple interface with as few options as possible, which makes it very easy to use and one of the best Nintendo 3DS emulators available today.

If you are looking for something that will allow you to play any type of ROM on your tablet or phone, you should definitely give DeSmume a try. It will be worth your time and effort.

7. IDEAS Emulator

IDEAS Emulator

IDEAS Emulator is another Windows-based emulator that also works very well. The user interface may not be as simplified, but it is still quite simple and does not require a lot of manipulation before you can play.

It offers high resolution visuals and control settings so you can enjoy classic titles like never before. Moreover, it offers wide support for old and new games. Although there are other excellent options, iDEAS stands out as the best choice if you are looking for an excellent Nintendo 3DS emulator.

8. DraStic DS Emulator

DraStic DS Emulator

Since DraStic was ported to ARM processors, it is now possible to play Nintendo Switch DS games on Android and PC devices. DraStic is an open source emulator that allows users to access multiple graphics filters, shader options, and other video settings.

This application is one of the best Nintendo DS emulators. DraStic had licensing issues that would cause them to disappear from the Google Play Store after about a day or two, but those issues have apparently been resolved and you will have no problem downloading it so far.

Conclusion

These are the best Nintendo 3DS emulators to play Nintendo 3DS games on Android and PC. Don’t forget to leave a comment below and you can also read more about some related articles which are placed below.

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The 12 Biggest Nintendo 3DS Online Store Exclusive Games https://r4isdhcx.com/the-12-biggest-nintendo-3ds-online-store-exclusive-games/ Sun, 25 Sep 2022 19:15:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/the-12-biggest-nintendo-3ds-online-store-exclusive-games/ On March 27, 2023, Nintendo closes the 3DS eShop. After this date, you will no longer be able to purchase digital 3DS games. It’s not too surprising, considering the 3DS launched over a decade ago, but it’s still sad to see the final nail in the coffin of this great portable system. Closing the 3DS […]]]>

On March 27, 2023, Nintendo closes the 3DS eShop. After this date, you will no longer be able to purchase digital 3DS games. It’s not too surprising, considering the 3DS launched over a decade ago, but it’s still sad to see the final nail in the coffin of this great portable system.


Closing the 3DS eShop is terrible for game preservation, especially because it’s home to so many great games that you can’t physically buy. This means that there will be no legal way to obtain and play these games if you did not purchase them before March 2023.

As such, we’ve put together a list of the best games only available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Get them before it’s too late.


Gaming’s biggest advocate would certainly argue against shutting down the 3DS eShop, especially when two of its games are exclusive to the store. You can’t go wrong with Dual Destinies or Spirit of Justice. These two visual novel adventures blend the series’ courtroom and investigative gameplay with fantasy and brand wit.

If you have time, grab the original trilogy on the Switch first and play the series in order.

A spin-off entry in this long-running puzzle series; this time, Donkey Kong teams up with Mario and Pauline, rather than battling them.

Your goal is to make paths to guide the Mini toys to the goal, through 180 challenging and charming levels. There’s even a simple level builder, ensuring the fun continues for endless hours.

In this tower defense game, Dillon is an armadillo ranger who protects villages from rock monster invaders alongside his squirrel sidekick Russ. With a cool Wild West setting and a mix of playstyles, you gather resources and build defenses, then fight through the night.

If Rolling Western entertains you, there are two even better suites.

If you like Japanese culture or if you like narrative games, you owe it to yourself to play Attack of the Friday Monsters.

The episodic story is led by Sohta, a young boy who lives in a town that sees a giant monster appear at the end of each week; he pursues quests, participates in card battles and learns friendship.

Nintendo has never been a company to shy away from innovation or weirdness. These two elements combine perfectly in Rusty’s Real Deal Baseball, a free-to-play baseball game made up of purchasable mini-games.

You have to haggle with Rusty to lower the cost of these games, using weird items like donuts and hair clippers. The games are surprisingly enjoyable (shoot down the UFOs!) and the dialogue is a hoot.

Don’t let BoxBoy’s basic visual style turn you away. Take control of Qbby and create boxes to help them navigate through levels and past obstacles.

Give this puzzle-platformer a chance and you’ll find an inventive game that has unexpected depth. There are also challenge modes to keep you hooked, as well as a handful of sequels.

Developer Game Freak is primarily known for making Pokémon games, so HarmoKnight provides a welcome change of pace.

This fast-paced rhythm game has you racing through levels, your actions working to the beat of the music, and teaming up with a warrior, archer, and monkey to use their unique abilities. It’s fun to tap your feet.

Just watch a Pushmo trailer and you’ll immediately be wowed by its charming round Mallo character, colorful graphics, and upbeat music.

In Pushmo, you move blocks to climb through increasingly complex levels and rescue trapped creatures. There are over 250 levels to crack, plus a tool to design your own.

Using the 3DS’ augmented reality feature, the Denpa Men RPG lets you scan your surroundings to find funky characters that you use to throw a party and explore dungeons. The Denpa Men have unique personalities and skills, so deploy them carefully as you roam and fight.

It’s a bit silly, but a neat application of VR technology nonetheless.

You probably played some version of Breakout in your day. Siesta Fiesta takes classic arcade gameplay and applies the kitchen sink: power-ups, goofy items, and boss bottles all come into play as you bounce through eight colorful regions.

Perhaps all you need to know to appreciate Siesta Fiesta’s appeal is that you’re using the titular character’s bed as a paddle. Made the feast !

There are plenty of Picross games to choose from, but you can’t go wrong with Picross 3D: Round 2, where you solve 3D puzzles to reveal the hidden objects inside. You can also select the difficulty level, making it ideal for all ages.

Although this game was released physically in Europe and Australia, it is digital only in North America. Since the 3DS is region locked, the eShop is the only way to get it.

Rhythm Heaven Megamix is ​​another game that was only released digitally in North America. It offers a wealth of rhythm-based games to play, mixing new ones with the greatest hits from previous entries in the series.

Don’t let the bright visuals fool you; it’s not as easy to keep up the pace as you might think, but it’s still a good time.

Emulating 3DS games just isn’t the same

Some of the best-known games on this list may eventually be available through other means, like porting to the Nintendo Switch, or you can play them on another platform through emulation. But it doesn’t provide the true 3DS experience, like 3D, dual screens, and touch functionality.

For now, stock up on the wide variety of 3DS eShop exclusive games while you can.

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Nintendo 3DS and Wii U will lose even more features soon https://r4isdhcx.com/nintendo-3ds-and-wii-u-will-lose-even-more-features-soon/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 19:26:16 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/nintendo-3ds-and-wii-u-will-lose-even-more-features-soon/ Nintendo DS and Wii U owners will soon have access to an additional feature on both platforms. Nintendo has announced that the Image Sharing feature for both systems will stop working on October 25. It’s unclear how many users have used the feature yet, but fans still have some time to use it. Considering Nintendo […]]]>

Nintendo DS and Wii U owners will soon have access to an additional feature on both platforms. Nintendo has announced that the Image Sharing feature for both systems will stop working on October 25. It’s unclear how many users have used the feature yet, but fans still have some time to use it. Considering Nintendo has been available for over five years now, it’s no surprise that Nintendo is reducing support for its predecessors. The company revealed the following details on its official website:

  • After the service leaves, you will no longer be able to share images on Nintendo 3DS or Wii U systems.
  • Even after the service is disbanded, images and comments already posted on Facebook and Twitter will continue to be available.

Nintendo has slowly reduced support for the Wii U and 3DS. As of this time, users can still download software for both systems, but this particular feature is scheduled to end on March 27, 2023. Although several Wii U and 3DS games have been ported to the Nintendo Switch in recent years , many games remain exclusive to one or the other. More importantly, Switch users are unable to download or play games released for the Game Boy family of systems. Rumors have suggested that Nintendo may add this option to Nintendo Switch Online, but no confirmation has been forthcoming.

While it’s always sad to see the end of support for an older console, companies can only sustain those consoles for so long that they still can’t maintain a service for that platform. The 3DS indeed found a huge and passionate following in the market, although the Wii U was somewhat underrated. Although some games and systems are not used by Nintendo, it seems that users will continue to have fun with these games and systems.

Did you also really like the 3DS and the Wii U? Are you disappointed that Nintendo is considering saving the feature?

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Create a Nintendo 3DS XXL with a Steam Deck and an 8-inch tablet https://r4isdhcx.com/create-a-nintendo-3ds-xxl-with-a-steam-deck-and-an-8-inch-tablet/ Mon, 19 Sep 2022 13:24:49 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/create-a-nintendo-3ds-xxl-with-a-steam-deck-and-an-8-inch-tablet/ Not so long ago we left behind Nintendo 3DS to make way for the Switch, but if we take a look at said Big N portable console, its screens might look ridiculously small for gaming right now. But to Caesar what is to Caesar: the Nintendo 3DS has an absolutely brilliant catalog, and it’s a […]]]>
Not so long ago we left behind Nintendo 3DS to make way for the Switch, but if we take a look at said Big N portable console, its screens might look ridiculously small for gaming right now. But to Caesar what is to Caesar: the Nintendo 3DS has an absolutely brilliant catalog, and it’s a shame not to take advantage of its titles because of the ergonomics of the console or the fact that we don’t want to force it on its screens. For this reason, a user of Reddit is obsessed with doing the biggest and most comfortable Nintendo 3DS possible. And yes, she succeeded.

Improve the Nintendo 3DS experience (but without the 3D effect)

The Nintendo 3DS took its design directly from the previous generation. It was a console that took a while to take off, but we can assure you that it was a good laptop in terms of games. However, I had several weak points since its creation. As usual among the Japanese, the Nintendo 3DS was particularly littlewhat if you got too addicted to games like Mario Kart 7, it was pretty typical that you ended up with somewhat stiff fingers. The screen resolution it was also very poor, but it’s also true that the laptop’s hardware could hardly have moved anything with more resolution.

To avoid some of these issues, the company will eventually release the Nintendo 3DS XL, a slightly larger and more comfortable console that will also sell very well. However, a few years have passed and we have already become accustomed to much larger screens and good resolution. The Reddit User rise_tony He’s been trying to make his own for a while now. giant nintendo 3ds. About a month ago, the user shared in the Steam Deck sub-forum a configuration of screens that he had used to play the 3DS in a somewhat unusual way. The Valve console was used to emulate the games, while one of the monitors on his desk acted as the console’s top screen.

It all sounded good, but this user’s setup lacked one of the 3DS’ core features: portability. Recently, rise_tony shared on the forum a fashion what did you do to the Steam Deck that looks like a real Nintendo 3DS XXL. The user attached a bracket to the Steam Deck case to pull a number of cables and an arm. From there, he pulls out a Samsung tablet perfectly aligned with the laptop screen.

Then all you need to do is get Citra running and configure each screen separately. The result he achieved is simply spectacular. Keep in mind that the Nintendo DS and 3DS are somewhat complicated consoles to emulate precisely because it’s usually quite inconvenient to put both outputs on the same screen. We’re sure rise_tony will enjoy Nintendo 3DS games like no one else in this Frankenstein he made himself.

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Nintendo 3DS releases new system update https://r4isdhcx.com/nintendo-3ds-releases-new-system-update/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 18:34:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/nintendo-3ds-releases-new-system-update/ Although it was discontinued two years ago, the Nintendo 3DS is getting a new system update this week for users to download. Now that the Nintendo Switch continues to cement its status as the gaming giant’s best-selling home console, it’s safe to assume the company is done with the Nintendo 3DS. It’s been a while […]]]>

Although it was discontinued two years ago, the Nintendo 3DS is getting a new system update this week for users to download.

Now that the Nintendo Switch continues to cement its status as the gaming giant’s best-selling home console, it’s safe to assume the company is done with the Nintendo 3DS. It’s been a while now that it’s in many ways, after all, been winding down its services since the 3DS was discontinued in 2020. However, it turns out that Nintendo has at least one more surprise for its latest dedicated handheld console, in the form of a new system update.

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Even though the system is officially retired, Nintendo has continued to drop random updates for the 3DS on occasion. The latest example of this took place this week, with a new firmware update now available that brings the handheld’s system to version 11.16.0-48. In typical Nintendo fashion, however, what the update actually changes is rather vague, as the official patch notes simply state “further improvements to overall system stability” as well as “other tweaks minors” intended to improve the user experience.

RELATED: Nintendo Begins Preparation for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U Online Store Closure


Fortunately, a dataminer known as OatmealDome dove deeper into the new 3DS update and was able to identify areas of the system that were changed. Specifically, they revealed that updates had been made to the 3DS eShop and web browser, as well as parts of core system functionality.

The 3DS isn’t the only discontinued Nintendo console to receive an update this week, as the Wii U also received one at the same time. As with the 3DS update, the official patch notes vaguely mention stability and usability improvements, but according to OatmealDome, these improvements focus on the main console menu and user settings menu.


Unfortunately for users of these consoles, these updates coincide with the next stage of the 3DS and Wii U eShop shutdown. Nintendo has now disabled the ability to use credit from prepaid eShop cards to make purchases, following the removal of credit and debit card support earlier this year. So basically it’s no longer possible to buy new games directly from the eShop on these consoles, and it’s likely that new system updates will aim to ensure that the change doesn’t cause any system-related issues. .

There’s still some time before the 3DS and Wii U eShops go away for good, as they aren’t expected to be completely closed until March 2023. But after that, it’s unclear what will happen to the many storefront-exclusive games. . , especially considering Nintendo’s apparent disinterest in game preservation. It also remains to be seen how much longer the company will support consoles with system updates like the ones released this week.


MORE: The closure of the Wii U/3DS eShop is another great argument for preservation efforts

Source: Nintendo’s life

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How to ALWAYS shop on Nintendo 3DS and WiiU | Online Store Closing Guide https://r4isdhcx.com/how-to-always-shop-on-nintendo-3ds-and-wiiu-online-store-closing-guide/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/how-to-always-shop-on-nintendo-3ds-and-wiiu-online-store-closing-guide/ Can’t give up the 3DS or WiiU yet? You can still make purchases through 2023 with this method. You can still make purchases on your Nintendo 3DS or WiiU. The eShop is closing as planned, with credit cards and gift cards no longer available on the system’s digital download store – you can still visit […]]]>

Can’t give up the 3DS or WiiU yet? You can still make purchases through 2023 with this method.

You can still make purchases on your Nintendo 3DS or WiiU. The eShop is closing as planned, with credit cards and gift cards no longer available on the system’s digital download store – you can still visit the store, but you unable to add funds. If you still want to buy digital games on your Nintendo 3DS, there is one method available to you: link your 3DS account to your Switch account. By linking your Nintendo Accounts, you can add funds to the 3DS and continue making purchases. It’s your only option if you’re eager to buy one of the amazing 3DS games still available on the service.

Prices for Nintendo 3DS games are rising rapidly on the used market, so if you want to play Ace Attorney Vs. Layton or any other extremely expensive game, your best option is to buy from the 3DS eShop at a reasonable price. . The service is packed with amazing bite-sized gaming experiences that only cost a handful of dollars, so grab them before the service shuts down completely. March 27, 2023. This is the last day you can use the service. Until then, you can still transfer funds or spend the funds you have.


How to Shop on the 3DS/WiiU eShop

The 3DS Online Store no longer allows adding funds with credit cards or gift cards. If you already have funds available on the 3DS eShop, you can still spend money – and you can add funds through other methods. By link nintendo accountsyou will be able add funds which will then appear on the 3DS Online Store. We will explain the full process in the guide below.

For more help, this method is described in detail on this GameXplain 3DS eShop video on Youtube.

  • Step 1: Link your Nintendo Account
    • On your nintendo switchgo to User settings -> Suggestions from friends -> Select the Nintendo 3DS / WiiU icon
    • Select “Next” on one of these tabs and follow the instructions.
    • Login and you will link your Nintendo Network ID (3DS/WiiU Account) to your Nintendo Account (To change)

Now that your Nintendo Accounts are linkedyou will share friends list and funds. You can add funds to your Nintendo Switch and these funds will appear when you check the 3DS / WiiU Online Store. To do this you must Merge Funds.

  • 2nd step: How to Merge Funds
    • Open the Change online store and go to Settings (top right icon) to see your Funds available.
    • On the Funds available section, select the option to Merge Funds — this will merge funds with the 3DS / WiiU Online Store.

Now you can add funds to Nintendo Switch, and backgrounds will appear on 3DS/WiiU. This also has the added benefit of recovering any funds you had left on the 3DS/WiiU so you can spend them on the Nintendo Switch. But that’s a problem most of us won’t have.

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Nintendo 3DS and Wii U make a big change with prepaid eShop cards https://r4isdhcx.com/nintendo-3ds-and-wii-u-make-a-big-change-with-prepaid-eshop-cards/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 19:46:00 +0000 https://r4isdhcx.com/nintendo-3ds-and-wii-u-make-a-big-change-with-prepaid-eshop-cards/ Nintendo is making a massive change to the eShop on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U platforms after today. Previously, Nintendo announced that the 3DS and Wii U eShops would close in early 2023, which would prevent fans from purchasing games through these platforms in the future. And while that eventual shutdown may take a few […]]]>

Nintendo is making a massive change to the eShop on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U platforms after today. Previously, Nintendo announced that the 3DS and Wii U eShops would close in early 2023, which would prevent fans from purchasing games through these platforms in the future. And while that eventual shutdown may take a few more months, a massive shift with the 3DS and Wii U will begin this week.

Starting tomorrow, August 30, Nintendo will no longer allow customers to purchase games directly through the 3DS and Wii U eShops with prepaid cards. Although these eShop store cards are often sold at many retailers, the 3DS and Wii U storefronts will no longer allow customers to add money to their accounts natively from these platforms. This change doesn’t completely end the eShop on 3DS and Wii U, but it will make both marketplaces a little more cumbersome.

In the future, to add money to your Nintendo Account, you will need to do so through the Nintendo Switch. Since Nintendo Accounts can be connected on 3DS, Wii U, and Switch, any funds that appear in your wallet through the Switch storefront will be reflected when you return to the old eShop stores next. So if you’re someone who buys a Nintendo eShop prepaid card after today, you’ll just have to redeem it through your Switch.

Generally speaking, the 3DS and Wii U eShops have about seven months left before closing permanently. Nintendo has informed fans that both storefronts will officially end the service on March 27, 2023. So if you want to get more titles on either platform, be sure to start doing these. purchases in the coming months.

Are you saddened to see that the 3DS and Wii U stores are disappearing? And what do you think of this new change Nintendo is making to the eShop this week? Share your thoughts with me in the comments or message me on Twitter at @MooreMan12.

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