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Nintendojo B+ Oct 02 '12
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"When the 3DS was first released, an unlikely champion quickly rose to the top of a lot of early adopters' "most played games." Find Mii, the free, bare-bones, turn-based RPG that's included with the console was quic..."
"When the 3DS was first released, an unlikely champion quickly rose to the top of a lot of early adopters' "most played games." Find Mii, the free, bare-bones, turn-based RPG that's included with the console was quic..."
"An interesting concept tacked onto a classic formula, The Denpa Men can be a slog, but more than makes up for its flaws. RPG fan will find lots to enjoy here."
"Denpa Men: They Came By Wave probably won’t win any awards for originality, but its parts, cobbled together from its RPG brethren, make up a quirky whole that boasts its own personality. It’s a game where your party members are as much pet as partner, where polka-dotted shirts stand equally with Dragon Quest’s ornate steel armors. It’s a game where your party members urge you to take a break from the game, or step out and ask someone out. As rote as it is, Denpa Men‘s a reminder that the traditional RPG will stick around for a long time– so we can go about our daily lives, without worrying about it being gone when we get back."
"The cumbersome title and suspicious cuteness of The Denpa Men: They Came By Wave may scare off a few gamers, but those who give it a chance will find themselves immersed in a genuinely creative and surprisingly challenging world. The animation is charming and smooth, the soundtrack passively gorgeous, and the experience long and rewarding. If The Denpa Men lacks for anything it's replay value, but the first run will certainly take you long enough, and you can always spend time after the main game collecting unique Denpa Men wherever you travel. After all, there's a Denpa Man somewhere out there that quite literally has your name on it."
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