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Submitted by KrisWB 1120d ago | review

Electronic Farmyard 3DS Review: Super Mario 3D Land

The Electronic Farmyard writes:

'Nintendo’s 3DS was released in Europe on March 27th 2011 with a collection of mediocre titles, their mediocrity made even more apparent by the absence of both of Nintendo’s most cherished IPs; Super Mario and Zelda. Whilst Zelda would debut on the much maligned handheld console first, it was a reissue of, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, as opposed to a brand new Zelda adventure. So, will Super Mario 3D Land prove to be the killer title, that the 3DS has desperately needed since its inception, or, will the title, like the console, just disappoint?' (3DS, Super Mario 3D Land) 9/10

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