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We have noticed a trend here lately. We are finding all kinds of Activision video games on the clearance rack. To make matters even more interesting we had never heard of them before. What does that tell us? That the PR agency and PR employees representing this company and these products are failing. We would have happily published coverage of Battleship on the Nintendo 3DS. As it stand when we find the game for a good price, we review it.

Family Friendly Gaming Universe can now get interested in Battleship on the Nintendo 3DS. This game is based off the lame movie by the same name. Please note Battleship on the 3DS has little to do with the board game. This is a turn based video game where ships are used to destroy one another out at sea. Battleship is pretty bland in that regard too. There are no discernible innovations in this hand held video game.

I would not mind the lack of taste and flavor in Battleship if it actually was better. Fog of war is way too thick in this game. That means I had to replay most levels because the game purposely tripped me up. It said to go a certain direction which was full of enemy ships. I needed to go around. I learned that lesson over and over again in Battleship. I replayed almost every single level at least once because of the poor directions. Or maybe you could say Battleship kept leading me into traps.

The music in Battleship is cool. I enjoyed listening to it while sinking the alien ships. Plenty of missiles launch, machine guns fire, and explosions on ships in this Nintendo 3DS video game. Battleship is so slow to get started. I loved it when we finally got repair ships. If you can trudge through the levels you will get your moneys worth. You might even learn some strategy like swarm enemy ships to take them out.

The modes in Battleship are campaign, skirmish, medals, and options. I like the different ships in Battleship. There is no leveling up, and little reason to do well. Winning is the best incentive in Battleship. Keep your ships together, and never go that far out in Battleship. Playing it slow and safe is the only way to progress in Battleship. Which is probably why I found it so boring.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Magic Pockets
Rating: ‘E10+’ - Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Mild Violence}

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