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Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity





Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity 


The Pokemon Mystery Dungeon has finally made it to the Nintendo 3DS platform. In this franchise humans are turned into Pokemon. They need to save the Pokemon world without much direction. Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity repeats these concepts, as well as the game play mechanics. We move our Pokemon team around the dungeon one space at a time. The Pokemon in the dungeon also move around one space at a time. We fight them with attacks when we are close enough.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity is a slicker looking game in the franchise. Some of the rough edges visually are rounded out. There are also more details in terms of things in the background. The 3D in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity is also neat to look at. But this is not enough to save this game.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity has an annoying way of complaining about how Pokemon are not being nice to one another. So we have to make them be nice to each other. Like a den mother or something telling kids to hug, and make up. Or like the government stealing peoples money to help out the poor. When it is forced there is not a real change of heart.

Leveling up takes forever in Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity. To make things worse we have all kinds of Pokemon we can interact with and enlist to aid us in saving this fake world. As I played this game I felt convicted over all the needy people in our world. I could have fed quite a few in other countries instead of purchasing this game. I guess that can be said for any money spent on entertainment.

Maybe my words will reach a few people, and they will make a better decision with their money. I am going to spend less on video games, and more on making this world a better place. I can actually thank Nintendo and Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity for helping me to come to that decision.

Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Gates to Infinity contains some religious aspects that parents need to be aware of - on top of the previously mentioned lessons. Battling in this 3DS game gets old quickly.
- RPG Master


Graphics: 78%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 82%
Gameplay: 42%
Family Friendly Factor: 63%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo

Rating: ‘E’ for Everyone
{Mild Cartoon Violence}

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