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Submitted by Wiiloveit 973d ago | review

Wiiloveit.com: Johnny Impossible - 3DS Download Review

"More than all else, UFO Interactive has been especially hit-and-miss with their relatively new 'Johnny' series. Underneath each title's approachable nature lies a design model that often plays it safe through its lack of originality, and often offends with blameworthy gameplay that's flawed in some form or another. Fooling someone once and then a second time, it's highly unlikely that same person would be prone to accepting anything new that comes along under the same name. And yet, here is Johnny Impossible, continuing after Johnny Hotshot in materializing an archetypal role for the hero, this time focusing on stealth. While the game's level of productivity is highly suspect, fans of this gameplay style might find a morsel of enjoyment here. But if I'm being completely honest, it's hard to say either way." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Johnny Impossible) 47/100

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