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Submitted by JMoneyPN 516d ago | review

Review: Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "Hidden object games have exploded in recent years. While the bulk of them can be found on the pc, video game systems are no strangers to the genre. In fact, two of my favorite games of this style have appeared on Nintendo systems – MillionHeir on the DS & The Malgrave Incident on the Wii – both of the Mystery Case Files series of games. Fishdom H2O: Hidden Odyssey (a port of an old pc game) recently swam onto the 3DS, where it attempts to be a big fish in a small pond of other hidden object games already available in the e-shop." (3DS, Fishdom H20: Hidden Odyssey) 5.5/10

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