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Fossil Fighters Frontier

 

 

SCORE: 65

 

Fossil Fighters Frontier 

 

Family Friendly Gaming rented Fossil Fighters Frontier recently, and I was chosen to do the review. I liked the previous Fossil Fighter games. They had their problems sure. Fossil Fighters Frontier is worse though. The battle screens look like they belong on the Nintendo DS not the Nintendo 3DS. The buggy is clunky to drive around, and the fossil digging is very limited.

We deal with a variety of psychic characters in Fossil Fighters Frontier with psychic powers. I know I found it really odd too. The game starts out ripping off James Bond to introduce us back into the Fossil Fighters world. In fact much of what is in Fossil Fighters Frontier is borrowed from other franchises. Nintendo continues their innovation drought with Fossil Fighters Frontier on the 3DS.

If I had to pay for Fossil Fighters Frontier, I would plop down fifteen dollars. Even then I may consider the money wasted. The turn based battles in Fossil Fighters Frontier are all based on speed. There are different types in Fossil Fighters Frontier. Some are better against others. Players have one vivosaur to control, and then two friends who also have one to control. Players can increase their attacks up to twenty times (multiple times in a turn), and heal up to five times. Those can be refilled at specific stations in the field.

Players can only save in town in Fossil Fighters Frontier. That is as long as you are not reading an extensively long dialogue. Fossil Fighters Frontier has plenty of weak leaders. I wish we could save in the field. Swapping vivosaurs is pretty easy, and allowed at numerous instances. Like right before a battle. The vehicle controls are clunky and frustrating to use.

Certain female characters could have used more clothing. The ESRB dropped the ball on that descriptor. Vehicles, and our warden skills can be upgraded a variety of ways. Like from missions, and purchasing items. Your dinosaur characters upgrade too. We get an Augumon friend at one point in the story. We also use Stargates to travel between areas on the world. Finding multiple fossils of the same vivosaur makes it more powerful. So digging for fossils is important. I wish I could use more of the monsters at the same time in battles.
- Kid Gamer

 

Graphics: 60%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Nintendo 3DS
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Red Entertainment

Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY
{Crude Humor, Fantasy Violence}


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