Stuck in a universe where the best eShop title is saved for last!
At the end of 2012, an odd Nintendo 3DS title hit the eShop in Japan and this was none other than Bike Rider DX. The game, known in Japan as Chariso DX, was a simple to understand puzzle-platformer where your control options were limited. You would press the A-button to jump and use the D-Pad or Circle Pad to speed up or slow down. The original venture was a port of a phone game and it proved a very novel translation since the content was still tailored for portability. It went on to become the most played Nintendo eShop title in Japan, so how do you follow up something good like that? Spicysoft took it upon themelves to make a sequel, exclusively for Nintendo's handheld. The results are more stunning than I could have imagined and in my mind, it is the most perfect game to have with you. This is Bike Rider DX2: Galaxy.
by Daan Koopman - December 27, 2013 - 6:41 A.M. PT