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Popolocrois (3DS) - I really needed a break from the stuff I was currently playing so I picked this back up. Its super easy just long. I'm gonna be honest, I powersaved the heck outta this so its not quite as slow to get to the end. xP
I've been getting back into PMD Explorers of Time lately. I finally beat the Grand Master of All Things Bad so now I can continue with the post-game story, but first I'm just doing a bunch of missions and collecting items.
I recently beat Metroid Fusion (I was stuck on the SA-X until I figured out a funny trick to beat it really easily) and Digimon World Dawn.
And I've also been playing a little bit of Animal Crossing New Leaf.
Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) - Finally got this in the mail and it's super, super fun. I'm enjoying every bit of this. The only thing I don't really like are the flying controls, specifically having to hold the R button to fly. But otherwise, excellent game.
Well, I was going to play some EOU2 taday, but then a notafication regarding the demo for Monster Hunter Stories poped up and I knew what must be done... And, even if Monster Hunter as a turn-based RPG is a little wierd at first, it very quickly grew on me. Possibly because the general style of both the rock-paper-scissors battle system and the attack animations remind me of an arcade game I used to play back when there was an arcade near where I live (a.k.a. eoens ago), which just so happened to feature dinosaurs, but I digress.
Oh, and there's a surprising amount of stuff in said demo, enough to keep me going for hours on end. Probably because I spent more time exploring the overworld then actually trying to finish it, but that's besides the point. Either way, it seems I have yet another game on my 'to get when I have money to spend' list.
Monster Hunter Stories demo (3DS) - So I decided to download the demo and try this out, and I'm happy I did. I was already considering getting MH Stories, and this just solidifies my decision. This game plays wonderfully. I've never played a MH game before, and I realize this is just a spin-off, but it definitely makes for a nice introduction for first timers like myself.
Popolocrois (3DS) - Trying to get into the last garden. Only one more vegetable patch to clear up before I have access. Man I remember why I stopped playing this one. Its trying way to hard to be cute and charming.
Monster Hunter Stories demo (3DS) - Finished the demo earlier today. I'm kinda sad that it's now over, but that really goes to show how much I enjoyed playing this. I made a few mistakes here and there in my playthrough, but I'll be happy to continue off where I was when I get the full version.
Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) - Got to Hercule City in the second area (I'm still going to call it Satan City though). I unlocked Pan now!
Dragon Ball Fusions (3DS) - Just cleared the third area/floor. Still have yet to break the sky barrier to the next area, but that will be done in a few short battles. It's really hard to put down this game, and I'm enjoying recruiting all the random, generic fighters. There's this one Saiyan fighter who wears a business suit whose bio mentions that he's a tycoon, and dyed his hair blond so that "people would take him seriously". It amuses me.