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Akimi Village- PS3

Akimi Village- PS3
alaScore 82

11 reviews

Apr, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 11 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the design. The gameplay also gets good feedback.

gameplay, design

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Akimi Village- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 11 reviews)

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Akimi Village Review

 

Alternately tranquil and tedious, Akimi Village is as simple as city builders get.

Music lulls you into a Zen-like state ; Turning gloomy areas into bright, sunny ones is a joy ; It's fun to see your village take shape

So laid-back it can get boring ; No variety to the gameplay or visuals ; Even more stripped than the developer's previous, similar games

All too often, however, Akimi Village stops being relaxing and becomes boring. It takes about six to eight hours to restore this single village to its former glory, but while the game is long as far as downloadable games go, it is never...

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Akimi Village

 

Akimi Village is a very basic game that will only appeal to a certain type of gamer. One who is willing to invest a decent amount of time into restoring the vitality of a world, through repetitive actions. Due to this and its aforementioned issues,...

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Once again, NinjaBee find themselves treading familiar territory. If you own an XBox 360, you may well have heard of A Kingdom for Keflings and A World Of Keflings, both cutesy management games...

Cute & Charming ; Relaxing gameplay ; Essentially Kelfings For PS3

Music is repetitive ; No co-op play ; Lacks features from previous games

Once again, NinjaBee find themselves treading familiar territory. If you own an XBox 360, you may well have heard of A Kingdom for Keflings and A World Of Keflings, both cutesy management games, which were console exclusive and developed by NinjaBee....

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Akimi Village

 

Akimi Village is a strategy type game where players need to manage resources, construct buildings, command underlings and expand their area of influence. The story here is a series of floating islands that have been overtaken by “gloom” and it is up to...

Decent gameplay ; Good "entry level" resource management/strategy

No sense of urgency despite the premise ; Upgrading feels underwhelming ; Humor falls short

It’s not a perfect title, but Akimi Village is enjoyable enough. I wound up playing it over the course of several days, a couple of hours at a time. It’s almost like a more “casual” game, perhaps it could introduce more players to the genre. There...

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Review: Akimi Village (PSN)

 

This low-stress city-building sim from developer Ninja Bee is a charming downloadable distraction for PlayStation Network users.

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Akimi Village

 

Ninjabee's Xbox Live Arcade hits A Kingdom for Keflings and A World of Keflings are like digital crack. If you ever spent hours on any Settlers game, the Keflings games let you do the same kind of thing -- but from your comfy couch -- for hours on end.

Hopefully Ninjabee can incorporate the best of the three games to create something like A Dimension of Keflings, in which you travel back and forth between the games' worlds and set up supply lines between all of them. I'm pretty sure I'd die of an...

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Akimi Village Review

 

Akimi Village brings city-building simulation to the PlayStation Network. But is it as successful as other entries in the genre?

NinjaBee's low and slow approach to games is a welcome one -- in theory. In our stress-filled lives, we don't always want to play a game that demands we be the fastest or the strongest . Unfortunately, Akimi Village's simple concept fails to veer far...

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Akimi Village is a city-building game unlike any that I have seen before. It resembles more Animal Crossing than Sim City, but don’t let the cute graphics fool you. This is mostly about building lots of things and doing it in an efficient manner. This...

Akimi Village is an untraditional city builder. It takes the basic elements of construction and mixes it with Animal Crossing cuteness. For eight hours of entertainment, the $10 price is not terribly unreasonable, but it also has no replay value at...

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Akimi Village

 

Alternately tranquil and tedious, Akimi Village is as simple as city builders get.

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Akimi Village- PS3

 

Get swept away to a mysterious, floating island in the sky in Akimi Village, a city-building game from NinjaBee! Help the tiny Akimi build their village and spread light to free their island from the grip of the Gloom's thick shadow. Put the cheerful...

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