But I have heard the opposite from PC kit builders who say doing it on the cheap will bite your ass as it will have compatibility and speed problems. Buying a PC that costs double what a PS4 costs and not knowing if it will work properly with the new games? I'll give that a miss. You can have fun with that, but gaming PCs are just too expensive for my tastes and they go obsolete quickly. I still play PS1 and PS2 favorites on my obsolete but serviceable consoles.
As for the Nintendo 3DS handhelds, I looked at the games, but they seem to be mostly kids games; puzzle, party, platform, Pokemon, Mario, Zelda, and a bunch of other cartoony stuff. Sure, the Vita has a Zelda-like game with crude graphics, but it's The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth and it's... disturbing (and a favorite). I just did not find many good 3DS games that are not so juvenile. Shooters, air combat, war games, sword fighting, fist fighting, survival horror, etc. are not Nintendo's forte. Sure, I have tried juvenile games, but I just don't like most of them. Some are good, though. Spyro the Dragon for the PS1 (also ports to the PSP) is fun and challenging to collect 100% of the gems. LocoRoco is a colorful kid's 2D platformer for the PSP and is also a fun distraction, but for the most part I just don't like adolescent games. Shooters, survival horror, air combat, and fighting games like SOCOM Fireteam Bravo 2, Resident Evil 2, Ace Combat: Joint Assault, and Gladiator Begins are PSP favorites. The games displayed in the Nintendo handheld section of the stores did not seem to have anything like these.
Can you swell folks recommend any good 3DS games to justify buying that handheld?
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