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Submitted by ThomasBW84 569d ago | review

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (3DS) Review - Nintendo Life

Nintendo Life's Thomas Whitehead writes:

If there was more justice in the world, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team — or Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Bros. as it's known in Europe — would enjoy the same level of hype and anticipation as some of its prestigious predecessors on the 3DS in 2013. And yet, rather like its snoozy subject matter, it drifts into view on a cloud, does a somersault flip off its fluffy platform and executes a well-timed stomp on the release schedule. This may be a quirky and at times utterly bizarre action RPG, but beyond the one-liners and delightful ideas is a game crafted with the utmost care and loving devotion. (3DS, Mario & Luigi: Dream Team) 9/10

BXbomber  +   568d ago
doesn't this game come out in august? if so why do i see the comments on that website claiming to have been playing the game for a few hours and so far they are loving it. I'm lost...anyone know the actual release date to this game.
nikola987  +   568d ago
Its out in Europe today :)
mcstorm  +   568d ago
Really like the look of this game but Im going to pick it up later on next year as I will have Pikmin 3 soon which will take up most of my time and not to long until Pokémon is out on the 3DS and once this is out nothing will get a look in for a few months on my 3DS.

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