Disney Planes Fire & Rescue
Family Friendly Gaming has been in the habit of reviewing games on
the home consoles and hand helds. Usually the hand held versions of
video games are different from the home console versions. That is not
the case with Disney Planes Fire & Rescue on the Nintendo 3DS.
Essentially it is the same game.
That means families can take rescuing vehicles on the go in the hand held version of Disney Planes Fire & Rescue. There is another benefit to the 3DS version of Disney Planes Fire & Rescue - 3D. I know it should go without saying, but I am saying. 3D is an experience that many gamers get into.
I personally love the academy missions in Disney Planes Fire & Rescue. I was able to do even better on the 3DS version of Disney Planes Fire & Rescue. Probably because I remembered the missions and was that much quicker at doing them.
I also adapted to the controls very quickly in the 3DS version of Disney Planes Fire & Rescue. Flying and driving around has rarely been this fun. Don't expect to fly around for long in Disney Planes Fire & Rescue though. The goal is to put out those fires, and save those trapped vehicles as quickly as possible.
For me Disney Planes Fire & Rescue the second time around was just as much fun as the first time. There is something special about rescuing others from harm. Yes I know this game is fantasy, and these vehicles are not really alive. The act of heroism is the same no matter where it is implemented. Talk about a good lesson for our children too.
Family Friendly Factor: 75%
System: PS Vita/Nintendo 3DS(tested)
Publisher: Little Orbit
Developer: Little Orbit
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
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