Reviews and Problems with Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity
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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity
Family Friendly Gaming
11 November 2013
Excerpt: The Pokemon Mystery Dungeon has finally made it to the Nintendo 3DS platform. In this franchise humans are turned into Pokemon. They need to save the Pokemon world without much direction. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity repeats these concepts, as well as the game play mechanics.
Summary: A simpler take on a familiar formula There's something to be said about a game that sets you in the world of Pokémon, with eyes unclouded, as a citizen, and not a slave driver. It's an interesting experience to see the realm from their perspective, which, for the most part, consists of outlooks so...
Excerpt: To be totally upfront, I’ve never actually played a Pokémon Mystery Dungeon game before this, but I am fairly familiar with the genre and niche that they fill. Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity if the first Mystery Dungeon game for the Nintendo 3DS, and things have changed quite a bit in...
Summary: With generous checkpoints, lots of side-missions, and the feel-good factor that comes with all Pokémon games, played in short bursts this is not an unpleasant experience. The crushing reality is that anything new or a bit whizzy that Gates to Infinity tries to do ultimately boils down to the same...
Excerpt: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity is unlike your traditional Pokémon games and takes the player to the world where these creatures live but unfortunately for the Pokémon, something nefarious threatens their perfect paradise.
Review: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity for 3DS
11 April 2013
Excerpt: I’m a big fan of Spike Chunsoft’s rogue-likes. I think Shiren the Wanderer is a masterpiece and savored earlier DS installments in the Pokemon Mystery Dungeon series. Yet, for some reason, I can’t muster the same enthusiasm for Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity on the 3DS.