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XGN (Feb 21, 2015)
De vele vijanden komen uit alle hoeken en laten je redelijk vaak neerstorten. Makkelijk hoeft het natuurlijk ook weer niet te zijn en gaat goed samen met de ervaring. Wil jij herinneringen ophalen of houdtje gewoon van arcade games? Dan is 3D After Burner II zeker een game die je eens moet checken in de Nintendo eShop. Hij is daar te koop voor 4,99 euro.
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NintendoWorldReport (Jan 20, 2015)
While After Burner II definitely shows its '80s arcade roots, this version has many options to make the game accessible and fun for modern players. If you are even remotely interested in Sega and/or arcade history, or just wanting a quick and colorful action fix on your 3DS, you can’t go wrong with this affordable labor of love from Sega and M2.
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Hobby Consolas (Jan 20, 2015)
Un frenético arcade que regresa mejorado con un vistoso efecto 3D y opciones de todo tipo para hacer felices a todos los que disfrutaron del juego original en el salón recreativo. Al resto... quizá no les emocione tanto.
80
Vandal Online (Jan 20, 2015)
Como podréis ver, esta versión no es para nada desdeñable. Sin llegar tal vez a la excelencia que alcanzó la versión de Galaxy Force 2, y a falta de ver qué tal se comportan los futuros Out Run y Fantasy Zone 2, podemos decir que After Burner es una de las conversiones que mejor le han quedado a M2. Además de tener una buena materia prima le han dado forma para que sea más disfrutable con los cánones de hoy en día (te deja reiniciar la partida en el último punto de control que superases), y han mimado todo lo posible el producto para que valga la pena tanto a curiosos como a gente que ya lo conocía anteriormente. Para estos últimos además es un título imprescindible.
80
USgamer (Jan 22, 2015)
A meticulously ported slice of classic 80's arcade action. Without doubt the best version of Afterburner II around - and that includes the original arcade game.
80
Eurogamer.pt (Jan 30, 2015)
O serviço de fãs para fãs é notável: as duas cabines que a Sega moldou para o jogo podem ser seleccionadas, juntamente com outras opções como emulação do sistema hidráulico nas viragens, maior ou menor afastamento relativamente ao ecrã, banda sonora com todos os temas de jogo e alguns desbloqueáveis depois de finda a campanha. Naturalmente que uma produção deste gabarito sai mais cara do que uma emulação básica, mas todos os grandes jogos retro deviam ter este tratamento e cuidado nos acabamentos. After Burner II é um ícone das experiências arcade retro marcadas pela acessibilidade, desafio e excelência gráfica, e esta versão 3D é a que mais perto fica do clássico.
80
FNintendo (Mar 11, 2015)
A Sega e a M2 voltaram as mostrar um carinho especial por um clássico dos videojogos, dando-lhe o tratamento que tanto merece. 3D After Burner II é uma das experiências mais gratificantes que se podem encontrar na eShop da Nintendo 3DS e faz jus ao clássico de 1987. Uma compra recomendada para os entusiastas retro e não só.
80
Nintendo Life (Jan 17, 2015)
We simply can't recommend 3D After Burner II enough. It's a game designed to be played in short bursts and to that end it lacks narrative and mechanical depth, but its core strengths shine bright. With a kickass soundtrack, Sega's wonderful 'blue sky' aesthetic and a superb modern mode, this is an essential purchase for retro enthusiasts and endless runner fans alike.
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Whether you have a minute or an hour, there’s something to accomplish in this portable adaptation of the much adored arcade classic. Its take-no-prisoners difficulty can now be toned down for greater accessibility, it features a brand new gameplay mode that manages to outshine the original one included and the never-before-released tracks on the OST make this more than a cheap cash-in on nostalgia. That being said, it has its issues, primarily the inherent hectic nature of the gameplay happening on a small screen, control hiccups and an overall lack of content. But by and large, this feels like After Burner II as it was meant to be. It may not be as dynamic as the actual arcade, but it comes about as close as one can get to emulating the actual experience. Score-chasers, 16-bit enthusiasts, arcade-game aficionados and Sega addicts all need apply for this one; anyone outside of those groups may not get as much from it, but even still there’s fun to be had.