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Submitted by Serjx 1025d ago | review

Liberation Maiden Review | Upperpad

Always aficionados portable console Nintendo were able to enjoy the view of the American and Japanese production platform openness, lack of regional blocs. This trend was abruptly interrupted by the arrival of the 3DS, which has had shattered all expectations of those who have previously turned to the import market, making every ride outside of our region unknown. Among the many titles released in Japan on earth are Guild01 3DS, a collection of games produced by Level5 with the collaboration of some game designer of the moment among which we find Suda51, Yasumi Matsuno and Yoot Saito. The interest in this compilation is useless to deny it-really-high, but due to specificities of individual securities, we never expected to see it get to us, at least not in the form in which Nintendo has decided to distribute it. (3DS, Liberation Maiden) 75/100

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