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A Destructoid Community Request - Recommend me Some Quality 2DS Games

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I've been keeping my eye on the price of the Nintendo 2DS over recent months as I have been craving the opportunity to play Final Fantasy Theathrythm on something other than iOS. Yesterday I managed to pick up a brand new one for 69 which I thought to be a bit of a bargain.

As I've only really had my eye on the single game up until now I was a bit lost as to what other titles I should look at getting, what with the 3DS/DS catalogue being so exhaustive. I would like to check out Bravely Default as I do like a traditional RPG and, of course, I will be looking to pick up the new Zelda game as soon as possible. I'm a massive fan of rhythm games so any suggestions in that field would be greatly welcomed. I also like old-school platformers, shmups and puzzlers (I am ashamed to admit that I thoroughly enjoyed the Bejewled title on the DS... make of that what you will!). I'm also open to suggestions of regular DS titles, too. I am not at all interested in Pokemon, so despite it being a huge title on the DS platform, I would request you refrain from suggesting any titles from that IP.

So, kindly and helpful souls of the Destructoid blogging scene, what are the must-have games I should be looking to pick up for my nifty new handheld? Your help is much appreciated.
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About Lexingtongueone of us since 1:36 PM on 02.03.2014

Gamer for 20+ years, big fiction reader, prolific reviewer. Lover of the shmup and rhythm genre.

Author of one post-apocalyptic novel (The Wanderer) and one collection of horror short stories (Wither).