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Submitted by Phil32 524d ago | review

Scribblenauts Collection Review (DS) | Nintendo Okie

Tony Miller of Nintendo Okie writes, "I remember the run up to the first Scribblenauts game. It was something we hadn’t really seen on the DS. The ability to create almost anything you could think of and place it in a game world, then have it interact fairly realistically with other objects was just something different. The game ended up being one of my favorite DS games but it had some issues that held it back from being a great game. Then 5th Cell released a sequel to that game that fixed many of the issues that I had with the first game and added the ability to customize objects through the use of adjectives. Well, now you have the ability to pick up both games in a single package courtesy of Scribblenauts Collection and not only does it give you both games, but it “fixes” the first Scribblenauts through some much needed updates." (Nintendo DS, Scribblenauts Collection) 4/5

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