Submitted by AssassinTRIP 500d ago | review

The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll Review | Geekenstein

"Upon starting The Denpa Men 3, the parallels to Pokemon become incredibly apparent. You are thrust into an AR field in which you must catch a handful of Denpa Men. You can then choose to recruit them or release them. These little critters come in several varieties, such as solid colors or stripes (which indicate their elemental powers), as well as with or without an antenna. Antennae grant AP, or “Antenna Power,” which is basically some sort of spell. Those without antennae tend to have stronger base attack and defense, but cannot cast spells. In combat, you can either assign moves to individual party members or use predetermined “strategies” that speed up matches you know you can’t lose." - Christian Mincks of Geekenstein (3DS, The Denpa Men 3: The Rise of Digitoll) 3.5/5

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