It's Pretty Much What You'd Expect - Nothing More, Nothing Less
26 March 2014
Summary: While not my favourite game for the 3DS (to be fair it's up against some stiff competition after the last year of releases) Kid Icarus: Uprising is a solidly enjoyable game that it's easy to sink some time into when you just need something to play. I bought it on a whim - the store was out of the game I initially went out to purchase, it was on clearance and I'd heard from a few people that it was a lot of fun and decided to try it.
Summary: Let's get the bad out of the way. The control system is a bit frustrating. It's not something that will prevent you from playing the game, it just takes some adjustment. Your left hand controls the shoot button and movement of Pit while your right makes use of the analog stick to aim and control your point of view. A stand is provided but not necessary. After a half hour of gameplay you should be comfortable, it just takes a little getting you.
Summary: Alright, so compared to the original Kid Icarus, this Uprising lacks in difficulty! Majorly. Even though their 'pun intended' jokes are cute, I don't want them in Kid Icarus :( Kid Icarus just seems, to me, more of a 'serious' game than a joking kids game. They should've thought back to the original before making this one. I do seriously love the flight, as Pit couldn't fly in the original, but it's seriously lacking a bunch of things.
Excerpt: Pokémon Edición Negra 2 te lleva de nuevo a Teselia, dos años después de los acontecimientos ocurridos en Pokémon Edición Negra y Pokémon Edición Blanca. Sin embargo este juego es mucho mejor que los otros 2,ya que se centra mas en salvar el mundo de los malos que en la competición de la liga pokemon. Los graficos no han cambiado mucho respecto a las otras ediciones,pero quizás sea mejor asi,porque le vienen como anillo al dedo.