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Pilotwings Resort


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852 ratings

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Really Bad

pointless game

posted by Firepunch15 (READING, PA) Aug 18, 2011

Member since Aug 2011

all you do is fly around a stupid island and crash into stuff that you aren't even near. extremely dumb and i see no point to it whatsoever.

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Very Good

Excellent game for newcomers to the 3DS

posted by GameGuideGuy (BALLSTON SPA, NY) Aug 18, 2011

Member since Aug 2011

This is the first game I bought when I got the 3DS and I didn't stop playing for 3 hours. This is a game that proves how far the 3DS can go, by showing a roaming-around game while also giving the players missions and other tasks. Also this game gives more descion to make it feel a little bit more personalized. You may choose from 3 ways to fly: You may use the Jetpack, Hang-Glider, or the classic Plane. But you might as well find more options. This game is perfect for the newcomers to the 3DS. You may also see the return of a well-known character in the series... This is great game to rent or buy and I hope you think it is,too

Now get back to Gaming! And watch out for that Tre- never mind...

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Pretty graphics, but not enough game

posted by steve470 (OIL CITY, PA) Aug 15, 2011

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Member since Aug 2011

Of the half dozen or so 3DS titles I've played to this point, Pilotwings Resort definitely makes the best use of the system's 3D capability. If you want a good idea of just how pretty graphics can be, you won't go wrong renting this title.

Unfortunately, that's where my praise ends. The game itself is just a slightly-expanded version of "Island Flyover" from Wii Sports Resort. Same island, same day, evening, or night options, same point-of-interest gathering, same balloon popping, the works. To borrow Yogi Berra's phrase, it was like deja vu all over again.

The differences: There are six aircraft available (two planes, two jet packs, and two gliders) compared to WSR's two, and there are 39 "missions", each 1-3 minutes long, involving doing stuff while flying around the island.

I've played the game for about seven hours, and it feels like I've done just about everything there is to do here. If you haven't played Wii Sports Resort, it'll feel a bit newer to you, but there's still just not much game backing the pretty pictures.

Rent it? Sure.
Buy it? Nope.

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