Excerpt: I pre-ordered a Nintendo 3DS on Amazon because of the $25.00 credit they were offering towards a Nintendo 3DS game. That way Super Monkey Ball 3D did not cost as much. Yes I am always looking for a good deal that is legal. The Super Monkey Ball franchise has been a good one for families over the years. I was curious to see how Sega made the jump to the 3DS. There are some good points, and a few not so good.
Conclusion: Super Monkey Ball 3D n'offre pas le jeu que les fans pourraient attendre. Le centre du jeu, c'est à dire le mode Bulle de singe si cher à la licence est ici bien malmené, dans le sens où les développeurs se sont contentés de peu. Ce mode premier manque cruellement de contenu et fait plus office de démonstration que de vrai mode de jeu. Les développeurs ont voulu apporter à ce Monkey Ball 3D un peu de diversité dans la présence de deux autres modes de jeux.
Pros: Deux prises en main différentes pour le mode Bulle de Singe, Un effet 3D convainquant, Toujours cette bonne humeur propre à la série
Cons: Un mode principal trop léger, Deux autres modes de jeux pas plus consistants, Un manque de contenu général rédhibitoire
Excerpt: When Nintendo's senior director of corporate communications, Charlie Scibetta, said the 3DS would help quash the perception of the company as a haven for casual gamers, I think we're safe to think he wasn't using Super Monkey Ball 3D as an example. Older fans will remember when the game was released as a launch title for the Nintendo GameCube. Despite the cutesy monkey approach, it used elements that made similar titles like Marble Madness as good as they were difficult.
Excerpt: Super Monkey Ball as you've never experienced before! Join AiAi and friends as you tilt and roll your way in to the world of 3D! Lose yourself in each vibrant world as you twist, turn and aim to collect every banana in the fastest time possible....
Pros: Circle pad controls are great, Nice use of 3D
Cons: Motion controls ruin the 3D effect, Needed more content/levels
Summary: Super Monkey Ball 3D continues the trend of the franchise’s downward spiral. The game looks and sounds great, and Challenge Mode is a lot of fun. Meanwhile Monkey Fight and Monkey Race are the only two mini games included, and both are pretty awful. The game reuses some puzzles from previous games and the amount of content is so minute that nearly all gamers will complete this game in under three hours.