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3DS:
JRPG:
- Fire Emblem Awakening (If you like those grid turn based battle system, Non complicated Story, Easy to join in, Lots of replayability, Very Small Sexual Fanservice - Mostly on the dialogue and DLC and A range of difficulty.

- Bravely Deafult (Quite a complicated story, lots of Voice Acting and dialogue, Change class anytime, easy grinding, can change difficulty anytime, unique art style, can mix up a range of skills and turn base battle system)

The Pokemon Series (X/Y, OR/AS) No need for description

Wii U:
JRPG:
-I guess Xeboblade (Haven't bought the game)

Racing:
-MK8 (One of the best looking game on the Wii U, Great Online Multiplayer, Bad battle mode though, Awesome new items and anti gravity into the series)

Platform:
- Super Mario 3D World (Mostly enjoyable with friends to play, Again, another good looking game, 4 characters with different advantages to suit your style, easy to join and play, The game feels like it has soook much freedom, The Best Mario Platforming game i have played)




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Fire Emblem Awakening and Shin Megami Tensei IV.



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If you're into Pokémon, X & Y are an absolute must. If you're not, they're still great games and an awesome entry point. Don't start with Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire, they're nowhere near as good.

As for other games, well, I'm ashamed to say I haven't played much on the 3DS, but I'd at least recommend Ocarina of Time 3D, Majora's Mask 3D, A Link Between Worlds and Kid Icarus Uprising. And well, since you like JRPGs, Fire Emblem Awakening of course.

Anyways, I'm here to try to convince you that getting a Wii U is worth it, because there really is no shortage of great exclusives on it. Super Mario 3D World, Pikmin 3, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze, Mario Kart 8, The Wind Waker HD, Super Smash Bros, Splatoon, Xenoblade Chronicles X, Super Mario Maker, Bayonetta 2, Fast Racing Neo, Captain Toad Treasure Tracker... and of course, the other awesome games coming out this year, that is, Star Fox Zero, Twilight Princess HD, Pokkén Tournament and Zelda.



The best 3DS games in order, in my opinion are:
-Fire Emblem: Awakening
-The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
-Pokemon ORAS
-The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
-Super Mario 3D Land
-Mario Kart 7
-The Legend of Zelda: Triforce Heroes
-Super Smash Bros. 3DS
-Pokemon XY
-Kid Icarus Uprising
-Bravely Default
-Pokemon Super Mystery Dungeon
-The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D



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Fire Emblem, Pokemon X/Y, Mario & Luigi games (Paper Jam is a lot of fun!), Etryan Oddysey, Mario Kart 7, Mario 3d Land, Zelda (Link between worlds, Majoras mask, Ocarina of time) Kid Icarus Uprising (one of my favorites), Luigi's Mansion

e-shop games:Gunman Clive, Pushmo, Steamworld

About Wii U, seing how you like platforming I say buy one because:

Super Mario 3D World (might still be best game this gen)
Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze (best 2d platformer since SNES. Really.)
Yoshi Wooly World (really charming)
Super Mario Maker (making you own levels is great. By following good creators you can play really cool and creative levels as well)
New Super Mario Bros U
New Super Luigi Bros (more challenging than NSMBU)

Mario Kart 8 is also an amazing racing game, miles better than the older Mario Kart games. FAST racing neo is a good racing game as well, really impressice for an indie game.

There are not a whole lot of RPGs on Wii U, but Xenoblade Chronicles X is awesome. Feels like a JRPG/WRPG hybrid and the world is really impressive. However, there are a lot of great RPGs on the virtual console if you're interested in those: Super Mario RPG, Paper Mario, Earthbound, Harvest Moon (SNES), Golden Sun



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Dude for jrpg's i can't believe no one has suggested Tales of the Abyss. This game is incredible i am a longtime final fantasy, fire emblem, and golden sun fan. Along with those i have put over 250 hours into morrowind years ago played Star wars Knights of the old republic 2 along with others. So i have played turn based RPG, Turn based strategy RPG, Action RPG, open world RPG. To put it simply i know my RPG's and i value my opinion very high regarding them. My favorite is FF9 followed closely by FF7 to get an idea of the ones i like the best. Tales of the abyss is my 1st Tales game and I am blown away at the amount of detail in the characters development for their personalities and struggles. These characters are 100% original and i have never seen this amount of detail put into a characters thoughts, struggles, ambitions and history. The story hold's up the same way. This game is the farthest thing from being linear (To a fault for some people, they complain about having to go back to places you've already been to, but for me i love it. I never did like that about RPG's, you go to a town once along the linear path to the end boss and once you complete the task at the town you never have to go back again. I think that takes away the freedom and realism of the game.) There is so much going on in this game, with the planet, the characters, the countries, the religion, the history of things that happened in the past, it's insanely complex. When you actually pay attention to the storyline and the characters interactions and personalities you will be incredibly satisfied. I am at 70 hour's right now and i still have probably another 15 to 20 hour's left in the game, and that's without sidequest's. I haven't been playing lackadasically either other then an extra 3 or so hours leveling up a little I've had my foot on the gas. The battles are really fun to there is so many moves to learn, and item's, weapon's and "capacity cores" to add to your stats and playing style. You can play between all 6 different characters in battle (7 technically for a little while you get to play with a secondary character but i'll leave it at that) They all have their own distinct playing style and moves making it very fun to grind. There are side puzzles and mini games to play throughout the game to that are fun like waitressing, organizing boxes in a warehouse, navigating a mazes. This game really did exceed all my expectations. My only nitpicking complaint's are the art style, not a huge fan of anime but i don't mind it to much. The voice acting could be better to, but most the time it's good enough. Bottom line this is an amazing RPG with top class characters, and attention to detail. The storyline is so complex some people might get lost if they don't pay attention, BUT if you do pay attention everything makes sense and ties together very well. It's very emotional at times too, incredibly deep and complex thing's happening in the world and with the characters personal problems and history, lots of good twists. The game has drama cd's, manga side stories book's and a 26 episode anime (25 minute episodes) that makes this game even deeper. You will get your 30$ worth and then some with this game, it deserves more attention and praise for it's achievement's.



Kid Icarus Uprising
Bravely Default
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Super Mario 3d Land (I can't recommend this game enough)
Fire Emblem
Kirby Triple Deluxe (I haven't played it, but it looks great)
Some games that are coming up to keep an eye on are Bravely Second, Dragon Quest VII & VIII, and FE: Fates



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JRPGs? Then I can recommend a lot :p

- Fire Emblem Awakening
- Rune Factory 4
- Fantasy Life
- Etrian Odyssey IV / Untold / Untold 2
- Pokemon XY / ORAS
- Tales of the Abyss
- Bravely Default
- Mario Kart 7

Other games that I didn't play but heard was good
- Shin Megami Tensei IV
- Monster Hunter 3/4 U

Obligatory Zelda Games:
- A Link Between Worlds
- Ocarina of Tim 3D
- Majora's Mask 3D



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Kid Icarus Uprising. Make sure you get it with the stand though, you'll need it.