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Submitted by -Mezzo- 475d ago | review

Nintendo Life - Smurfs 2 Review

Nintendo Life - Recently we got a little down and smurfy with our review of The Smurfs 2 for the Wii U, and now, we’ve set our focus on the DS version which offers a completely different gameplay experience, despite sharing the same title. Where the former offered up uneventful platforming that should only appeal to novice players or those simply fixated by anything Smurf-related, this particular instalment features a premise and mini-games geared strictly to the youngest of crowds – think 3-7, ideally. Now that we’ve gone smurf-deep with the entire package, the question is: does a little go a long way, or is it time these happy-go-lucky Smurfs grew up a bit? (Nintendo DS, The Smurfs 2) 3/10

illmatic  +   474d ago
lol @ score.... i have to play this now....
3-4-5  +   474d ago
I think the score is technically better than what the movie got. lol
illmatic  +   473d ago
Lol

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