The 10 best Nintendo 3DS games

Nintendo 3DS is the most popular of modern consoles worldwide shipped over fifty-five million units, that is, according to this indicator, 3DS inferior to the Xbox One and PS4 combined. In Russia, however, it earned considerably less success. Perhaps the impact bias is that Nintendo products are for children, or that on the 3DS entirely platformers but other games about Mario.

In fact, on the 3DS have found refuge many Japanese projects, it is enough niche not to pay off…

Top 5 best games for Nintendo 3DS

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Fifth – Resident Evil: Revelations

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Pikachu Detective 3DS Review

Unfortunately (and fortunately), Pikachu Detective not about the cynicism and drama, although conventional crime there. The game is a classic detective story, where the main role is given to Tim Goodman, the only understand Pikachu the person who is looking for his father, but the main star is undoubtedly cute yellow “Energizer”. His behavior and nice manners boorish diluted far from the dynamic process.

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