If you want to play a highly competitive and highly enjoyable game in your Nintendo 3DS, then I have a game just for you.
Kid Icarus Uprising Game for the Nintendo 3DS is the sequel to the original NES game with the same title. Its predecessor is just a side-scrolling platform game with a little bit of RPG elements, but the Kid Icarus Uprising Game for the Nintendo 3DS is a complete overhaul, not only to the game’s story but also to the gameplay mechanics and the graphics.
To really sum up the Kid Icarus Uprising Game for the Nintendo 3DS in a nutshell, it is a busy game. It is a busy game because there literally isn’t a second where there is no dialogue being spoken; every character in the game continuously talks on and on about stuff that’s happening in the game.
Furthermore, the action is just amazing. From a humble beginning as a platformer, the game now sports a lot of different gameplay mechanics that is nothing short of spectacular.
The story revolves around the main protagonist named, Pit, who is currently serving the Goddess of Light Palutena. Your mission is to gather the three sacred weapons and stop the war that Hades cast upon the deities.
Hades, the lord of the Underworld, will not play clean (as to be expected with his credentials). You will have to defeat countless enemies and many bosses to be able to get all the necessary equipment you need to defeat Hades.
The Kid Icarus Uprising Game for the Nintendo 3DS is a third-person shooter which deviates from the original gameplay mechanics of the first game (which is a side-scrolling platform shooting game).
The game is divided mainly in two combat modes: one aerial-based combat and the other is more of a land exploration mode (and of course, some occasional shooting). What you do want to play is the aerial-based combat.
The Kid Icarus Uprising Game for the Nintendo 3DS is a fast-paced game and something that you really want to play especially when you want some adrenaline pumping action.
Pit can use either gun-like weapons that can be used to create long projectiles and you can also use Pit’s sword for some melee combat as well.
By defeating enemies in the game, you will be rewarded with “Hearts” or the game’s in-game currency. Hearts can be used to increase the game’s difficulty and it can also increase the chances of getting better equipment.
There is a minor quirk with the game and that is the controls. You see, the Kid Icarus Uprising Game for the Nintendo 3DS makes use of the 3DS’ stick and the physical buttons. The sensitivity of Pit’s movements is just too slow for me and it can be quite challenging to control him at times (especially when you’re subjected to some fast-paced action).