Top 10 Best 3DS Games of All Time

Whatoplay presents the Top 10 3DS Games of All Time Our ranking is not a personal opinion. It’s based on a 1 to 10 score that aggregates gamers and critics’ reviews into a unique score called playscore. Opening at number 10 is Fantasy Life This is one unique game that seamlessly blends role-playing and simulation! It’s a game filled with choices! You choose from over 12 vocations…leveling up to be a master of the field. There are thousands of things to do! Battle, hunt, craft, bake, fish and more! It will keep you playing for hours on end! Sadly, quests can feel repetitive after a while.

A playscore of 8.7. 9th place is Xenoblade Chronicles 3D Getting this Wii port to run on the 3DS came with a price…Its visuals were trimmed down. Nonetheless, it plays and looks good in the small screen. combat is smooth a massive world to explore a gripping story and an impressive lifespan…I played it for up to 60 hours. It’s a shame the 3D effect looked like a superficial add-on. It just didn’t work. A playscore of Number 8 is Bravely Default: Flying Fairy The next Final Fantasy experience, that is NOT a Final Fantasy in name. Flying Fairy has a deep turn-based combat, improved by its new combo system. Its art-style is both beautiful and pleasantly familiar. And its added social features make playing with friends super fun! Too bad the story was a bit dull…. But, hey, if you’re a JRPG fan — why not? A playscore of Ranked 7th is Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward This is a perfect sequel to the critical hit Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.

It’s darker, with an amazing yet twisted story. The characters are complex and engaging. The puzzles are harder. And it has a better UI. It may have scored higher if not for inconsistent voice overs. The question is…when will the next Zero Escape come out? A playscore of 9 out of 10. At number 6 is Animal Crossing: New Leaf This is the fourth game of the marvelous life-simulation series – Animal Crossing. Oh boy is it full of charm and dreams! With a new batch of quirky, sometimes ”annoying” cast of characters.

lots of new additions and plenty of various customization options It’s one of those games that keep you glued to your 3Ds for hours! And every achievement is rewarded with utter satisfaction! A playscore of 5th place is Super Smash Bros. This is a game every Nintendo fan must have. An action-packed brawler featuring the biggest names in gaming: Mario, Link, Mega Man, Pac-man.. and everyone’s favorite.. Meta Knight! 49 playable characters. Cool arenas, animations and effects. And adrenaline-pumping 4-player battles! However, the 4-player battles might be a little too small on the tiny 3DS screen. Still it’s incredibly fun, so bring your smash on! A playscore of Ranked 4th is Pokemon X and Y Known as the great Pokemon transition to an even more social and strategic game. This game looks gorgeous, the prettiest among the franchise. it really outdone itself this time, with more emphasis on strategic combat! Super trainings. Manipulative stat growth. Fun online play. And less grindy compared to previous games That however, also means that it has become less challenging than previous releases.

A playscore of Number 3 is Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate The thrill of the hunt is never boring….especially in this latest installment. It’s pretty much the same core mechanics, with some added features and bonuses like: A new Guild Quest system two new weapon types: Insect Glaive and the Charge Blade. and hundreds of hours of quality content. Despite the improved tutorials, the steep learning curve can be intimidating to newcomers.

A playscore of Number 2 is Fire Emblem Awakening This is a magnificent tactical-RPG. The units you play are more than just in-game characters. They have distinct personalities that affect the plot, the battles, and your other units as well. It’s one of the most complete RPG on the 3DS console. Strategic and clever. And an interesting plot with lovable characters As to why it fell short of the top spot? multiplayer failed to deliver. A playscore of And the best is The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D The most unique and risky game of the Zelda series, and yes.. it is the finest! 15 years after its release, Majora’s Mask can hold up against graphically-powerful new games. All thanks to its interesting game design solid core gameplay. Plus add-ons like a new ocarina song a more complete quest log and adjusted battles and item locations, make the game feel fresh. A playscore of To recap, here are 10 best 3DS Games of All Time.

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