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Pas un indispensable de la ludothèque mais l'aspect collection peut bien entendu prendre le pas sur le prix auquel il serait raisonnable de craquer !
The 2D version included here is a faithful port of the arcade original but fans could easily get this fix elsewhere (and with colour options) so the game has to offer something more. Only including one additional (very similar) game limits the appeal whilst the 3D versions disappoint. They may have good use of 3D and some decent looking backgrounds but sticking to the basic designs for the rest of the game and using the old audio was a mistake. For massive Space Invaders fans, playing in 3D offers something different they will want to try, but Taito could have done so much more with it. Anyone else wanting to play Space Invaders is better off seeing which of their other consoles/handhelds/wi-fi capable bananas it’s available for.