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Submitted by JMoneyPN 318d ago | review

Review: The Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "I thought this game looked charming when I backed it on Kickstarter. Having now played through it, some of that charm does indeed seep through. But the game grows too dull from repetition of the same underdeveloped activities to recommend to any but ardent fans of the show. Even then, I’d suggest picking up the Wii U version if possible to appreciate the game on a larger screen, and with HD graphics – this handheld port (despite a nearly 4 month delay) doesn’t even utilize the systems 3D capabilities, yet is still selling for the same higher end price of $14.99. Miiverse is also problematic with this 3DS version, being inaccessible from within the game as of this posting." (3DS, The Mysterious Cities of Gold: Secret Paths) 6/10

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