My headphones at the time weren't completely isolated, so I get some very strange looks from people in airports watching a grown man in a suit intensely focused on tapping a gameboy as fast as possible while tapping his foot to Madonna and The Village People.
I guess what I'm saying is the game was seriously hard and damn fun.
Not gonna lie, I cried when I beat this, both from the game's expert emotional manipulation and my sheer relief at finally finishing this goddamned stage.
Most games: You made a mistake. Go back to the last checkpoint.
EBA: You made a mistake. Now watch a grieving little girl whose dad just died cry as she gets traumatized for life, and remember that it's your fault.
I had to stop playing this game because the harder difficulty levels were starting to put noticeable scratches in my DS screen.
Or was that Trauma Center?
Never played it but this was quite entertaining.
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I love this game far, far too much. There's another level where you have to help a lost puppy get home to the tune of "Highway Star". Adorable.
|MacGyver Style Bomb |
Since the DS and DS Lite are region free, you can import both Osu! Tatakae! Ouendan! titles.
EBA! EBA! EBA!
This game looks hella fun. I liked Project Diva and K-on! Houkago Live on the PSP, so I'll give this a shot.
It's not just fun, it's one of the few redeeming games for the system that ever managed to come up with something useful for the touch screen.
So of course it didn't sell nearly as well as it should have, and ended after just one US game and two in Japan. I'm waiting on them to realize that the iPhone has multi touch and would be a better platform.
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