(3DS eShop)

VVVVVV (3DS eShop)

Game Profile

Save the crew!

In VVVVVV, you play as Captain Viridian, who must not only save a dimension on the brink of collapse, but also find your ship’s crew–all of whose names begin with the letter V.

Game Features:

  • Open-world environment with six unique levels
  • 20 Trinkets to locate and collect
  • Full 3D awesomeness integrated into the retro-looking art style
  • Dual screen functionality with a real-time map!
  • Music by Magnus Pålsson
  • New Featured Levels
  • Future content updates

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Corbie Dillard

VVVVVVery impressive

When VVVVVV burst onto the indie scene in 2010, it was immediately lauded for its simple, addictive gameplay and unique vector visual style. After enjoying quite a bit of success on PC and Mac over the past two years, the game is now making an appearance...

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User Comments (19)

VenomTheEvil

#5

VenomTheEvil said:

Fantastic game is fantastic.

Old school platforming bliss cant wait to pick up this gem on my 3DS :)

Flowerlark

#10

Flowerlark said:

I wish I could play this, but the graphics hurt my eyes. Me and high-contrast and bold patterns don't get along. curses bad eyesight

So I guess it's a no-download for me. sigh

PixelatedPixie

#12

PixelatedPixie said:

I just checked the price for this on Nintendo.co.uk. I've been looking forward to this game for a quite a while now, but £7.20 seems a little steep to me. If Nintendo are going to compete with the likes of Apple in the area of downloadable games they might want to try offering more competitive prices. At £7.20 (around $12) this game is far from being an impulse purchase.

Djrr-ific

#13

Djrr-ific said:

Indeed, and if you compare it to the US price (only 8 dollars) it's crazy.
We're waiting months for this game to get released, and when it finally does we are kind of double punished because of the price..

I'm starting to hate Nicalis.. maybe they just want us to ignore their games..

PixelatedPixie

#14

PixelatedPixie said:

Nicalis is probably to blame for the delay but I wonder if blame for the cost should be layed at Nintendo's feet. Is it not Nintendo that take the ultimate decision as to what charge bracket a game is put into? I'm sure a Nintendolife staffer could clarify one way or the other (hint).

Djrr-ific

#15

Djrr-ific said:

@Mardt
That is only on WiiWare and DsiWare..

on the 3DS e-shop the publishers are pricing the games as far as I know..

Vallu

#16

Vallu said:

Gee, I waited 6 months for this to come into EU and suddenly it's 8 euros.

MeloMan

#17

MeloMan said:

I can respect the pure awesomeness of this game but I don't have the nerves or patience to even try this game lol

Harley

#18

Harley said:

This game is brutally hard...and that's coming out of someone who has played NES games all of his life. Anyone with a love for the Commodore 64 or ZX Spectrum Aesthetics or the difficulty of IWTBG should check it out.

Poketendo

#19

Poketendo said:

This game is awesome! The manual is useless, but the rest is just awesome! Was absolutely worth it! My head almost exploded playing through the last levels (last level took me about 2 to 3 hours) but still, it is just awesome!

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