Crush (Nintendo 3DS)

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CRUSH3D ist das erste Nintendo 3DS Highlight im Jahr 2012! SEGA hat gut daran getan dem Spiel auf dem 3DS eine zweite Chance zu geben, denn das Spielprinzip ist wie geschaffen für den 3D Handheld. Rätselfans erleben hier ein spannendes Abenteuer, mit vielen fordernden Rätseln und einer Menge Anspruch. Nun bleibt nur zu hoffen, dass die 3DS Besitzer ein Platz in ihrem Herz für den kleinen Danny haben, nicht das die 3DS Version das gleiche Schicksal ereilt, wie auf der PSP!
Pocket Gamer UK
Unravelling and making sense of its Escher-esque landscapes inspires the kind of light-bulb-being-switched-on moments that are so uncommon in an age of games that want to hold your hand for the whole experience. But there's not enough thought paid to its – potentially interesting – story and uniformly bland aesthetic. Crush 3D is an elegant game. It's just a shame that its elegance isn't more visible.
Jeux Vidéo Network
Avec son utilisation habile de la 2D et de la 3D et ses niveaux bien pensés, CRUSH3D met les méninges des joueurs à rude épreuve. Mais ce gameplay, aussi maîtrisé soit-il, ne suffit pas à rendre ce remake incontournable, surtout pour les joueurs ayant connu Crush sur PSP. Un univers plus engageant, ainsi qu’une meilleure utilisation du relief auraient pu faire la différence. Dommage.
Official Nintendo Magazine
Crush 3D is somehow reminiscent of the geeky kid at school who manages to talk you into going out on a date with them. It's not much to look at, admittedly, and its choice of clothes is unusual to put it kindly, but when you get to know it you're initially impressed at how clever it is and charmed by its unexpected sense of humour. It's only when you spend more time with it that its constant toll on your brain gets a little too much and you find yourself breaking up with it just so you can relax a bit and hang out with that other, rather friendlier kid who likes chucking bricks down a well. It's a real shame, as there is the kernel of a good idea here, but the overall execution just fails to convince.
Crush3d aurait pu être un excellent titre s'il ne souffrait pas de la comparaison avec son propre prédécesseur. Car s'il propose des énigmes corsées basées sur la perspective et le combo 2D/3D, il perd toute la personnalité du titre PSP dont il est un remake sans pour autant apporter de vraies nouveautés. Crush3D reste toutefois un casse-tête saisissant qui peut vous scotcher pendant plusieurs heures si vous accrochez à son concept tortueux. A essayer si vous n'avez pas goûté à l'original.