Excerpt: The Nintendo 3DS has me interested in racing games again. Asphalt 3D is an interesting racing game. It accentuates the high speed crashes, but at times I felt like I was watching two Hot Wheels cars smashing into one another. I will try and elaborate on that in just a bit.
Excerpt: Ridge Racer 3D isn't a tremendous game, but in comparison to Asphalt 3D it's a masterpiece. Whereas Namco's game nails the arcade handling model, this Ubisoft launch title feels like a racing game for beginners, rushed out for the launch of the handheld.
Excerpt: The race is on to get the perfect 3D racer out for the new Nintendo 3DS and presently, we have two choices, Namco Bandai's Ridge Racer 3D and Ubisoft's Asphalt 3D . Both have their pros and cons. We'll get to which game is better at the end of the review but for now, let's talk about Asphalt 3D.
Summary: In Asphalt 3D you power a wide range of high-performance cars and race through 17 exotic locations with the 3DS system's accelerometer, creating the most realistic, immersive racing experience yet.
Excerpt: I've heard pretty good things about the Asphalt games for iPhone. And I believe most of what I heard is true, despite my experience with Asphalt 3D . This could have been a must-have launch title.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is The 3DS’s launch lineup has not been that great. Only a couple of titles really drew people in while most of the games didn’t really make people feel the NEED to get a 3DS.
Excerpt: Gameloft’s Asphalt racing series is infamous for being available on a number of different platforms and mobile devices. Therefore, it is hardly surprising that they would make sure an Asphalt game was available on Nintendo’s brand new 3DS at launch.