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Submitted by zdkapl 1205d ago | opinion piece

3DS Wild Cards

From Zack at Nintendo Gamer Thoughts:
"For the rest of the year and beyond there are many 3DS games coming out. Some of them are almost certainly going to be great like Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon and Animal Crossing: Jump Out. Then there are others, the 3DS wild cards. What are 3DS wild cards? They are the games that have the potential for greatness but still have not proven themselves." (3DS, Lego: City Undercover, Rayman Origins, Sonic & SEGA All-Stars Racing Transformed, Wreck-It-Ralph)

DivineAssault  +   1206d ago
The demo for rayman was ok.. The vita version had far superior detail & animations.. Not to mention higher resolution.. This wont suck if u havent played on anything else tho
zdkapl  +   1205d ago
Personally I love playing games on my 3DS so I plan on getting the 3DS version, unless I get a vita though sadly that might have to wait awhile.

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