I cuss you bad
I never really clicked with Wario Land 3, I could never work out where I was supposed to go next.
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It's pseudo-open world - as you unlock treasure chests and open abilities/key items, the world slowly opens up, but yeah, as the game goes on, it becomes a little more difficult to figure out where to go. It's not a game that plays well if you take long breaks, because though it does tell you where to go the moment you unlock a new ability or key item, it only shows you the once, so if you forget which levels you're to go to next, you're kind of screwed. Still... I absolutely adore it. It and Wario Land 1 are my favorites in the series.I never really clicked with Wario Land 3, I could never work out where I was supposed to go next.
Ooh, I hope you're moving onto Ages next. I appear to be in the minority on this, but I prefer it of the two Oracle games (though both are great).
Me three! I think Ages was more puzzley? It’s been a while, but I remember liking Ages a lot even though Seasons was more popular.I prefer Ages as well, but yes indeed, both are great.
Make sure to bivert it too - luckily I won't have to redo that bit as I'll just reuse the original bivert I did months ago, but the whole process is a bit intense. The GBC I just did this past weekend is the only project to rival the DMG bivert/backlight I did in July or whenever it was in terms of difficulty, and because it takes so long and you run the risk of damaging the cable as you clean the reflective bit off during the backlighting process, it's a bit dodgy. I'd say the bivert/backlight process remains the most difficult mod I've done. I recommend it, though - I absolutely adore the results, when not dealing with vertical lines - but having that red DMG with IPS screen as a backup in case I screw up the ribbon cable will be nice to know. At least the backlight and bivert modules are extremely cheap (I believe you can get both for about $20 shipped, no idea what it'd be in the UK though).I'll be interested to hear about the process. Somewhere around I have my original Game Boy lurking and it might be something to try.