Inazuma Eleven 3 Needs Plenty of Memory Blocks to Boot Up


Inazuma Eleven 3 arrives in Europe on the 3DS in less than two weeks, coming in two different flavours with alternative side-stories — Lightning Bolt and Bomb Blast. With Nintendo on publishing duties it'll also arrive on the 3DS eShop, naturally, though it's another title that may prompt some to splash out on a hefty SD card.

The Bomb Blast edition of the game takes up 13,214 blocks, which equates to around 1.6GB. That's more than double the size of Animal Crossing: New Leaf, but is still a bit smaller than the beastly Donkey Kong: Country Returns 3D. Its size is slightly surprising, as it's a remake of a DS title and, in many respects, the presentation isn't a notable step-up; it is packed with pre-rendered video, however, and like with Resident Evil Revelations that's likely to be the main cause of its SD card-hogging status. It's still rather large, however, when you consider that The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD is just under 1.8GB.

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