Crush 3D GameStop Exclusive
A puzzle with another dimension
This is a fun puzzle game. The story's amusing, the sounds okay, the extra content could've been added more, but where this game really shines is the actual gameplay. You become hooked to the "crushing" mechanic in the game, and it really changes how you could view things. It may seem at some points that the way through the puzzle is impossible, but just look around and find different perspectives, and you'll be fine. It does cause you to think differently. Now the sound in the game can get repetitive, but the cool weirdness o the music when you first hear it sticks with you. I also wished the extra content could've been better, but as a game goes, this is a nice pickup for only $20.
This game is tons of fun. I played the demo and immediately pre-ordered this for in store pick up. Highly recommended.
After playing the demo for this game, I'm in love. You only get three levels in the demo, but they where challengeing and fun. Switching from 3D to 2D is pretty cool, makeing bridges out of platforms that are unreachable when "CRUSHED" was awesome.
looks innovative, but not exciting
this does have an interesting sounding gameplay, but it just doesn't look like the most fun game to play. I will keep my eye on this game
crush 3d is an awesome game for kids.the worlds are cool and the graphics are pretty awesome. the story line is great.
this game looks cool it is based on crush psp so i am going to buy this i can not wait until this comes out
This is a great platformer, puzzle game that is great for anyone that really likes a hearty (or perhaps brainy) challenge. You play as Danny, a poor kid stuck in some universe where thing's move, levitate, and many more abnormal things. The controls are very simple, and they make a lot of sense, so you can memorize them very quickly. The puzzles are in 3D, which is great, and Danny (the person you play as) looks good, and if you look closely, you can see his mouth kind of move... So why, during the story sections, is it in 2D, and the characters nod and have their mouths open for forever? I wouldn't complain if it were a DS game, but from what I saw of games like Resident Evil Revelations (though I can't play it yet [not old enough] just read a review about it), and Dead or Alive Dimensions, Sega could have done a bit better job. The music is usually great, but it gets boring after a while, the same tune over, and over, and over, and, well you get the idea. The levels where there is no music I think are the best, soundwise. To change your gown, robe, or whatever Danny was wearing, you actually have to quit the game, when I would have liked to just change the hideous outfit, to his regular one, and continue. The graphics really are not too impressive, but then again, there really isn't any spectacular scenes or anything like that. Finally, I wish that they included an option where you can create your own levels and share them with your friends, but that's not something you can do in this game. The demo, for some reason, people neglected to put in the teaching levels about "which blocks can you crush against" and "what are those weird trophy things on the wall". The demo just leaves you to solve that on your own. I did, eventually, but I got the wrong idea at first about "solid blocks". I thought your couldn't crush on them, when you just can't crush against them. Anyway, the game is fun, has a twisted plot, two of the things I like in a game. I highly recommend this to anyone dying for a brainy (or perhaps hearty) challenge!
An interesting puzzler
Crush 3D is a pretty interesting platform-puzzler. The graphics aren't spectacular, but are exactly what they need to be, as the only thing this game needs to stand on is the Crush mechanic. Gameplay revolves around being able to move about the 3D puzzle levels, and 'crush' them into 2D side-scroller or top-down views in order to figure out how to get past obstacles and the few enemies you encounter. It isn't a particularly long game, but considering the pre-owned price is no more than most phone apps, it is a solid pick-up.
Remake of an old favorite?
This appears to be a 3DS remake of an old PSP favorite, and while this seems good, I must comment that the original was far too short and had no replay value. As news on this game develops, I'd hope to see more levels, a level editor, and more content in-general. If this stuff is included, I'll definitely be buying it!
This game is a great challenge, the story is good and amusing. The controls are very simple. The sound is great, but the music gets boring soon after I started playing. It uses all the buttons the 3DS has, which is very good, and the game needs them. The only main complaint I have is that there is no option to create your own levels and share them with your friends. You can, though, share stuff via streetpass, but people never really do that (I wonder why). The graphics are really nice, (Danny, I think, looks better in 3D), and the 3D helps sometimes, not often, but there are levels... The game runs smoothly, and really involves you to think, which is very good. In the last levels, the hints don't really help too much, other than those, the hint system works pretty well. The parts that show the story, though, are pretty much in 2D, their mouths don't move, people nod or have their mouths open forever, so I think that could have been better. In regular DS games, I wouldn't complain about that, but in 3DS games, such as Dead or Alive Dimensions, the game shows outstanding graphics and detail. Detail, I honestly don't care, but seeing the graphics, it could have used a little work. The graphics are pretty good in the actual playable levels, and the detail is really good, but the levels don't have like, any detail, so it's hard to complain about that...