Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros for Nintendo 3DS was released on July 12, 2013 the latest offshoot of the Mario and Luigi RPG series. We have for you in this test summary international ratings, and conclusion to Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros worn together.
Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros test summary: the new role-playing game spin-off of Mario & Luigi RPG series was released on July 12, 2013 for the Nintendo 3DS in trade. For this reason, we have several international test reports for Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros for you this review Overview worn together. Here are the ratings to Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros almost exclusively in the tips field. During PocketGamer, Gamereactor UK or even Nintendo life a 9 by 10 receives the game at Eurogamer UK "merely" a 7 of 10.
Below these lines we have linked you conclusion and evaluations of the first international test reports. Website Nintendo World report praises in her review more than 35 hours Playtime for Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros on the 3DS. The 3D effect, although it was not very usable, for optics and graphic effects in the Nintendo 3DS-Abenteuer are really well done. Find more details, pictures and videos to the 3DS-Abenteuer also collected on our microsite to Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros.
Nintendo World report - 9 10
Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros continues the streak of grand titles on the Nintendo 3DS and completes the trifecta in the Year of Luigi quite well. The experience is rock solid, except for the slow burn in the first few hours and a sometimes-disappointing 3D effect. For the rest, you will find great enjoyment in the various gameplay elements, abilities and clever ways the game progresses. It is a fun filled adventure through and through, which should keep you occupied for a long time. Best entry in the series yet? Without a doubt. But it also appeals to newcomers, making it an easy recommendation for anyone.
Official Nintendo Magazine - 92 of 100
It's easy for a Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros review to become a list of neat stuff. It's a game that introduces a new idea, mechanic or boss fight every half an hour for around 35 hours - and that's without investing in side content: excavating stat-boosting beans, waking scattered Pi'illos, reassembling CCTV footage (don't ask), an extra tough boss rush mode... it's absolutely rammed and gets better the less you know, so we'll draw a line under it there.
Nintendo Life - 9 of 10In the hands of Mario and Luigi Dream Team Bros enthusiasts and those up for an epic but light-hearted quest, this is an indispensable must-have for the 3DS. In a universe apart from any other series starring the famous brothers, this once again shows the merits of a studio investing itself whole-heartedly not just in one game, but a whole franchise. It can be a glorious contradiction at times; simple but complex, accessible but lengthy, varied but familiar. The enthusiasm and unrelenting creativity behind Dream Team means that it flirts with going too far, truly being an adventure for those willing to stick it out over the long haul, which perhaps dents its ability to appeal to all 3DS owners.
Gamereactor UK - 9 of 10
The Plumber brothers' latest adventure shows both Nintendo and their handheld console in top form, and contains much of the same magic, surprise and humor of the original Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga. It is far better than Mario's last attempt at an RPG Paper Mario: Sticker Star and a perfect candidate for the title of summer's best 3DS game.
Meristation (ESP) - 8,5 of 10
It is becoming a more respected subseries and of course Mario and Luigi Dream Team follows the right path which began with Superstar Saga GBA, taking good advantage now to the benefits of 3DS saved graphics power, that it does not explode due to the simpleton and only look dump with the colorful and typical forms Super Mario has chosen AlphaDream to run it. The brothers go this time on the island pillow, a new environment that allows Nintendo take them through a lot of worlds and unpublished scenarios that play with the parallel realidad-sueno and pass put on foot a perfect RPG where the characters are improving, will have to get money to buy the best team or learn more and more combat skills very fun to practice and without breaking the agility despite the shifts. Accessibility without giving side to the depth for the expert in the genre is another success, the same with the variety of situations that proposes that they go beyond the classical mechanics of the role. It maintains in excess which already outlined by his predecessors, but as look that can be great news. The best of this summer and one of the year for the portable bipantalla, undeniable.
Eurogamer UK - 7 of 10
This is an enjoyable but rarely essential entry to the Mario and Luigi suite, then. AlphaDream is to be commended for its willingness to build each new game around a different kernel of an idea, but, perhaps inevitably, some of those ideas will be smaller than others.