Submitted by NYC_Gamer 1041d ago | review

Gamesradar-Scribblenauts Unlimited 3DS review

GR:Since 2009, 5th Cell's been tinkering with its Scribblenauts franchise, expanding the game's already-massive lexicon and introducing new ways to use that lexicon to solve puzzles. Now, Scribblenauts Unlimited has risen as the third attempt at expertly orchestrating an adventure that allows players' attempts at out-of-the-box puzzle-solving, but it simply isn't able to suitably expand on the content the previous two games delivered. Unlimited, it turns out, is actually a poor choice of wording here, as your adventure with Maxwell does see its fair share of obstacles when it comes to allowing you to play however you choose. (3DS, Scribblenauts Unlimited) 3/5

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