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Iron Combat: War in the Air in review!

April 15th, 2015

Iron Combat: War in the Air is already available in the Nintendo eShop in Americas for some time and now it’s time for Europe to transform into a hi-tech mecha and finish off the enemy! But before that let’s see how the game performed in the reviews.

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Overall, Iron Combat: War in the Air is a fantastic game. (…) the music was great, the game-play was intense, thrilling, and just plain fun, and I actually liked the character voice-overs as well. If you love aerial combat/Mech games, you should definitely pick this one up. With high intensity battles, fast paced combat, and really great music, Iron Combat: War in the Air does not disappoint. And at $6.99? Well, I’d consider it a steal.” – wrote Warbird in his article for 3DSpedia.com. What else could we add? icon biggrin Iron Combat: War in the Air in review!

eShop Gurus pointed out that Iron Combat is quite a challenge, but “ if you can handle the challenge, (…) then this game might pick up in your radar!“. The game was scored 7 out of 10.

Nintendo Enthusiast liked the visuals stating: “Graphically, the game presents a nice interface, and the 3D effects works nicely. The main character design is great and the enemy models look good as well“. The reviewer, Eric Wichart summed up that it is “a great game with a fast-paced game and a lot of action for a good price“.

Also, Jeffri from Jeffri.me blog praised the title and called it “a nice addition on the eShop and if you are a fan of the genre, I can highly recommended it. (…) With two paths to complete the game and achievements, it also has a good replay value. I ended up beating the game 3 times, and scored almost 19 hours play time.”

Overall, Iron Combat: War in the Air left a good impression as a challenging and fun game! Below you can also take a look at the game-play video presenting first four missions.

Get ready for the War in the Air with Iron Combat on Nintendo 3DS!

March 12th, 2015

Restore justice to a shattered Earth, seek out & destroy a futuristic enemy in epic Air Combat and Mecha Assault Modes!

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The skies and cities of future Earth are endless battlefields and you have volunteered to become a living weapon, the last hope to vanquish an evil corporation bent on enslaving mankind. Chase in the air as a sophisticated fighter aircraft, then transform into a hi-tech mecha to finish off the enemy. Test your courage in this acclaimed anime fighting/action game from Japan for Nintendo 3DS.

Iron Combat: War in the Air has been developed by a Japanese studio Amzy. Here you can discover the titles’s official website full of extras and videos.

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Defeat an amazing roster of gorgeously rendered enemy units, including fighter aircraft, assault mecha, massive ships, defense arrays, missile units, orbital bases and more. Thrilling fighting/action gameplay puts you in the middle of epic combat and a storyline that is rich and rewarding.

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Victories earn you credits that can be used to purchase awesome weapons and powerful upgrades. Fully customize your abilities and use new powers, you choose how to make every battle unique. Become the mightiest weapon humanity has ever seen! Are you the hero Earth needs for ultimate justice?

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Game Features:

  • Maneuver, chase and fire in realistic Air Combat Mode, close with the enemy and destroy in thrilling Mecha Assault Mode
  • Fight hundreds of unique enemies and bosses, in the air and on the ground
  • Tally kills to purchase devastating weapons & upgrades to fully customize your vehicle
  • Easy controls, stunning 3D effects and highly immersive graphics transport you into battle
  • Clear missions and reveal an inspiring storyline in Campaign Play, or master every level in Free Play

Iron Combat: War in the Air is going to fly onto the American Nintendo eShop next Thursday, on March 19th for $6.99. The European release will follow soon.

Here you can check out the official English game page and below you may take a look at the mecha assault combat in action in the official trailer:

Excave in review!

March 3rd, 2015

It’s about time to check, if reviewers rediscover the thrill & challenge of epic dungeon-crawling RPG adventure! Here’s what media and players have had to say about our magical Excave available in the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS!

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Nintendo Life wrote that “[its] strengths lie in its simple combat which manages to stave off repetition, the array of weapon types, and the diversity of ways players can tackle each dungeon. (…) the journey is still mechanically engaging and definitely worth the effort, especially if you’re a newcomer to the dungeon crawler genre, have a little extra cash, or both.”

Shigeru Reviews scored the game 8.5 out of 10 and praised Excave as “a great proposal with all the elements of a classic dungeon crawler (…) [it] will keep you entertained for a long time trying to find all the secrets the Labyrinth possess. (…) [It] is a worthy inclusion on the 3ds library and well spent cash IMO.”

Nerdbacon was really impressed with the title and called “Excave to be one of the best eShop games I’ve played.”

Pokemon Battle Zone pointed out that the best features of Excave are “awesome music, a lot of floors to explore, enemies to defeat and items to find, it’s a game that’s well worth the $5 asking price.”

But the positive reviews don’t end there! Darkain Arts Gamers summed up – “If dungeon exploration games are you kind of thing, or if the game has peaked your interest, you should definitely take a look.”

Overall, it looks like Excave has won fame & fortune among players and hopefully will return to the platform with new installments.

Dare the demon’s nest of the Labyrinth in Excave for Nintendo 3DS!

February 11th, 2015

Rediscover the thrill & challenge of epic dungeon-crawling RPG adventure!

Are you brave enough to explore the treacherous depths? Test your courage in this classic dungeon exploration RPG from Japan, soon available to Western gamers for the first time.

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Imperial City is at war! The King needs you to explore the perilous and ancient Labyrinth beneath the city – find out why this mysterious magical laboratory now spews out an army of powerful monsters bent on destruction, and descend to its lowest depths to rescue the missing Magician.

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Triumph in a test of your weapons & magic, or perish trapped deep within the twisting halls of the Labyrinth. Explore, fight and win fame & fortune, then return to the city above to heal, identify fabulous treasures and repair & upgrade your equipment.

Your character grows in strength and powers as you defeat the demons within the Labyrinth. Conquer 5 stunning boss battles to earn more powers and immense riches. Become the hero that Imperial City needs in its darkest hour!

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Game Features:

  • Choose and fully customize your character with hundreds of different treasures and equipment items you can collect, modify, upgrade, repair and sell
  • Test your courage & skills against hundreds of unique enemies
  • 50 terrifying dungeon levels to explore, with 5 massive boss fights
  • Gorgeous Japanese-style RPG graphics and gameplay, in a top-down 3D perspective that puts you in the adventure
  • Progress through an epic storyline to develop your character’s abilities in true RPG fashion, and finally conquer the secrets of the Labyrinth!

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Excave will become available in the Nintendo eShop in the Americas from February 19th, 2015 for $4.99, with a European release following soon! For a sneak peak of a thrilling fighting action take a look at the official trailer below:

Also you can check the official website of the Japanese original here.

Dive into action with Drop Zone: Under Fire on Nintendo 3DS!

January 29th, 2015

Get the adrenaline flowing as you blast your way through free fall!

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Drop Zone: Under Fire is a fast action/shooting title packed with a variety of obstacles, bonuses, enemies and weapons! You’ll need quick reflexes to avoid obstacles and take out dangerous enemy forces. The year is 2070. Humanity has taken to the stars, leaving Earth defenseless when alien robots invade. Now Earth’s few remaining human inhabitants have formed the Return to Earth Defense Force to rebel against the robot overlords.

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As part of the elite DropZone Team of the Defense Force, your mission is to sky dive through the alien defenses and deliver vital supplies. Feel the thrill of blasting enemies and dodging obstacles as you free fall towards your jump target.

Game Features:

  • Over 100 action-packed levels
  • 360º immersive free-fall simulation
  • Exciting first person perspective in 3D
  • Highly detailed city graphics
  • Packed with a variety of obstacles, bonuses, enemies and weapons

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The game has been already released on WiiWare and got a very positive feedback from media. Nintendo Life rated Drop Zone 8 out of 10 and praised the game-play:

Drop Zone: Under Fire is a game that does what it says on the tin, and when what’s on the tin is as cool as futuristic free-fall, that’s high praise. (…) Drop Zone is still well worthy of a spot on your radar, especially if you’re after a fun arcade-style experience on the fast waning WiiWare service.

Drop Zone: Under Fire is now available on Nintendo 3DS for all American players in the Nintendo eShop for $4.99.  Head to the game page at Nintendo.com to see the official video footage.