Top 10 3DS Adventure Games So Far

Whatoplay presents the Top 10 Adventure Games on the 3DS so far. This video game ranking is based on a 10-point rating system called the playscore. It combines all the ratings given by trusted critics and gamers. Opening at number 10 is Retro City Rampage: DX Inspired by the Grand Theft Auto series, and ported from Sony consoles to 3DS. Get ready to smash cars and blow-up buildings in this open-world retro game.

Even though its improved approach on blowing-up things, sacrificed its more strategic aspect, it is still a delightful way to blow-off some steam. A playscore of On 9th place is SteamWorld Dig Probably the most unique mining game I’ve played. Take control of Rusty, and mine precious ores, then sell it, upgrade and dig down even further. Repititive, but very rewarding. And there’s something about the game’s atmosphere that keeps you going back for more. Although it has a brief lifespan, the quality of its gameplay ensures its playscore of Ranked 8th is One Piece: Unlimited World RED The fifth title in the Unlimited sub-series, based on the hugely popular anime. Round-up your crew and take on the warlord – Doflamingo. More characters, added battle moves, and a better RPG experience. Plus, a Colosseum mode where you get test your skills on the best fighters the game has to offer.

A game, fans shouldn’t miss. A playscore of Number 7 is Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater 3D This 3DS remake of the 2004 PS2 game shocked a lot of fans – in a good way! Set during the Cold War of the 60’s. Make your way through the vast soviet jungle to infiltrate and rescue a scientist. The new and improved 3DS controls gives the game a whole new experience, earning it a playscore of Coming at number 6 is Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask This is the fifth installment and by far the best.

With more rewarding puzzles to solve and a bunch of colorful characters to meet. It also brings in its new 3D feature, which makes it a whole lot better than previous titles! Miracle mask is a must for puzzle fans. Deserving a playscore of Ranked 5th is Professor Layton vs. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney It is the clash of the two puzzle-adventure giants! But really, it’s a great mash-up between the more composed Professor Layton and the aggressive Phoenix Wright. The visuals are great and colorful, with quirky animations. The challenge it had as a stand-alone just wasn’t quite there, but the crossover is a dream come true. A playscore of Number 4 is Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon It’s Luigi’s time to shine! Go ghost-busting inside this beautifully rendered mansion and crypts. This sequel to the 2001 game takes you on an adventure in the most unlikely places, This time with better visuals and more puzzles. A breath-of-fresh-air from the usual super mario bros. videogames. It holds a playscore of 3rd place is Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward The sequel to the game that shocked the world is back! following the success of 999, this new game offers a more twisted story.

To ally or to betray, it ultimately boils down to that question. Whether you’re a fan of the series or not, you just gotta have this awesome game. Virtue’s Last Reward receives a playscore of Ranked 2 is The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds This is the very first Zelda game to be released exclusively for the 3DS. Link gains a new ability to become a ‘drawing’ moving along walls of dungeons, That means new and unique ways in solving puzzles! get ready for more hidden secrets and treasures to discover. It’s a great game with a playscore of And the best adventure game is – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D This is praised as one of the best remakes in gaming history since the 1998 nintendo64 classic.

Explore the great lands of Hyrule once again, and relieve the grand adventures of Link – in spectacular 3D! visuals – improved! gameplay – revamped! and a Master Quest mode is available A 3DS masterpiece with a playscore of To recap, here are the Top 10 Adventure games on the Nintendo 3DS. Whatoplay. It’s all about video game scores.

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