(3DS eShop)

Planet Crashers (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

As one of the youngest and brightest cadets to graduate from the esteemed Planet Crashers Academy, your first assignment couldn’t be much bigger.

An intern from the Academy, Jinkle-bottom, has been sent to deliver your orders: “Reports indicate an unknown evil has emerged from the darkest corner of the galaxy, with plans to snuff out the sun. The Academy is putting you on the job. Journey to the other side of the galaxy, and prevent the unimaginable from happening.” Are you ready to take on an adventure of a lifetime?

Features:

  • Fully explore a massive universe filled with danger and adventure
  • Battle in dungeons to gain experience points, level-up weapons, and advance to nearby planets
  • Fully customizable main character means that no two heroes are the same
  • Experience an epic 3D adventure-RPG that brings a universe of thrills and excitement to your Nintendo 3DS!

Game Review

Review

Europe PAL Version

Posted by Katy Ellis

Crash and burn

On first inspection, Planet Crashers is the cute, warm and whimsical RPG world you would expect from Mutant Mudds developer Renegade Kid, providing a shot of humour, quirkiness and style to an already crowded and tired genre. However, much like other...

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User Comments (15)

Colors

#1

Colors said:

At the time i posted this comment, there was nothing except the title sooooo... sounds...umm... interesting?

RightHemisphereG

#4

RightHemisphereG said:

The developer of the game shows a few thing off about the the game in his blog (day 4)July21. He discribess it as a Light-RPG www.joolswatsham.blogspot.com

SyFyTy

#8

SyFyTy said:

They should call it 3ds crasher, or Nintendo Crasher.cause that's what's happening slowly but surely.

Samholy

#9

Samholy said:

@FonistofCruxis
is it really this ? why do developpers feel like putting childish graphics all the time for nintendo games....
this title would benefit of more matured design.
i dont doubt it has potential to be fun. but i wold be embarassed to play this in a bus.

k8sMum

#12

k8sMum said:

i am intrigued by it. the graphics don't bother me as much as they seem to bother others. nintendo has always been known for quirkier graphic styles.

Marioking

#15

Marioking said:

Bad things
It takes time and i mean lots of time to get to level 30
The end is predictible
Why don't you get rewards when at the final battle
takes to to get gold

Good things
The game has a lot of funny people in dungeons like Santa and Dude
the Stardust Crush move does over 2000 damage with the weapon Dragon
The extra small worlds are fun to do
The worlds are unpredictible

It costs $10.00 that is something i did not like

But in results it gets a 6 out of 10

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