Although I plan to get a 3DS on day one, I probably won't buy any games for it until the eShop opens in May and I can finally get Shantae.
Good man. I'd certainly like to see a sales jump for that. I know WayForward's next DS-downloadable is something completely different, but I'd like them to get an incentive to return to Shantae ASAP.
March is SUPER BUSY this year:
Phantom Brave: The Hermuda Triangle - I wasn't going to bother, but with an Amazon credit it was only $10. Here's hoping I'll have the time and patience to finish it this time.
Pokemon White - I tried getting into the series last year, but it was too slow. This one specifically promised faster battles so once I finish some of these other games I'm looking forward to giving it another try. If this one doesn't grab me though, I'm done.
Rockman 3 Complete Works (PSN) - incidentally, why do Japanese PSOne Classics have a screenshotting option on PSP but American ones don't?
Vagrant Story (PSN) - plagued by slowdown on PSP, but just fine on PS3
Duodecim Dissidia - Now that they've added some characters I actually give a dried fig about, I'm interested in giving this a try. I don't know whether we'll be getting the extra Tifa outfit stateside, so this might be another import.
Jikandia: The Timeless Land - It probably won't be in the same class as Half-Minute Hero, but I'm willing to give it a go.
Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky - I don't think they fully considered how that subtitle would read as an acronym.
Monster Tale - This turned into a full-fledged DS game when I wasn't looking. I liked the concept and the art well enough back when Nintendo Power first previewed it, and now that I don't have to worry about making room on my XL's card, so much the better.
Okamiden - Loved the first, so this was an obvious choice.
Next month will be a welcome cooldown period - there's only two games I'm interested in, and one of them is just a remake.