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Inazuma Eleven- NDS

Inazuma Eleven- NDS
alaScore 95

39 reviews

Sep, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Inazuma Eleven- NDS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Inazuma Eleven Review

 

Inazuma Eleven is a charming RPG with a lot going on, but it doesn't offer a great game of football.

Endearing story and characters ; Regular matches can be fun ; Satisfies the collect-'em-all urge ; The world of Raimon is interesting to explore

Early difficulty spike is horrendous ; Later battles can be far too easy ; Too often it feels like you're not in control of your players

On the field, the action is controlled entirely with the stylus. You can direct players where to go, or they'll approximate the best path to take, although if you choose the latter option, they often run wildly away from the ball or stand still for no...

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Inazuma Eleven Review

 

IGN reviews Level-5's football RPG, which eventually gets an English-language release this week.

Inazuma is a lively, imaginative and fun RPG, with a football element charmingly blended in. And while some may wince at the unbearably chipper voice acting, there is considerable depth and human drama hidden behind its boyish enthusiasm.

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In fact, two follow-up titles for the DS have been launched in Japan since the original made its home debut there, while a spin-off Wii title was also let loose into the world

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Inazuma Eleven

 

Inazuma Eleven is a charming RPG with a lot going on, but it doesn't offer a great game of football.

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Inazuma Eleven

 

Football mixed with a Japanese RPG makes for a beautiful game

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Back in 2008, Nintendo fans were mainly aware of Level-5 for its Nintendo DS puzzle series Professor Layton, with the first game, Professor Layton and the Curious Village, taking the world by storm. The Japanese developer was going back to its roots,...

Back in 2008 Inazuma Eleven was a superb amalgamation of the football world and that of a regular RPG, with the two forces co-existing happily in the same game. Fast-forward to 2011 and the UK is finally getting what is still a brilliant experience,...