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Pilotwings Resort- NDS

Pilotwings Resort- NDS
alaScore 88

7 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Some have doubts about the gameplay and value for money.

value for money, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo DS Games the Pilotwings Resort- NDS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 7 reviews)

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Pilotwings Resort

 

Pilotwings Resort allows your Mii to take wing over Wii Sports and Fit's Wuhu Island in a variety of different flying vehicles. It is the first 3DS product to use the Mii's and provides a selection of airborne challenges to the player.

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Pilotwings Resort

 

While not a bad experience, Pilotwings Resort only offers a small sampling of gameplay that already exists in another title. Making it feel more like an expensive demo. Wait for the bargain bin or skip altogether.

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Pilotwings Resort- NDS

 

Pilotwings Resort has many characteristics carried over from the Wii version of Sports Resort, especially the visuals. That being said, there is some of depth to the game as you try to master all the flying vehicles at your disposal and complete all...

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Pilotwings Resort

 

Pilotwings Resort is fun while it lasts, but it fails to reach the same heights as its predecessors.

Intuitive controls ; Pleasing visuals that really pop when viewed in 3D ; Enjoyable missions with great difficulty curve

Not enough variety in vehicles and missions ; You could conceivably beat every mission in under two hours ; High score tables only support scores from a single profile

Via GameSpot

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"Wii Sports of the air"

 

PilotWings Resort continues the typical Nintendo feel of it's recent Mii mascot games. Bright colourful graphics, cheery sound effects and music and simple but addictive gameplay. Basically, you pilot a plane, handglider or jetpack around an island,...

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