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Submitted by Lucario 510d ago | review

Diehard GameFAN: 3D Game Collection Review

DHGF: 3D Game Collection is a collection of purportedly 55 games that anyone aged 3 years and up can enjoy. The game’s design is definitely geared more toward children; however, an adult could find him- or herself devoting time to the game as well. There are help screens which do a decent enough job of explaining most of the games for anyone who isn’t familiar with them or who don’t understand how this game has changed the original games up from their real-life counterparts. So really, anyone should be able to pick it up. But does it stand out as an exemplar of casual games? My answer: no, especially not for six dollars. (3D Game Collection, 3DS) -

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