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Code Name es un muy buen juego, difícil pero convida la estrategia y la idea de los shooters de una manera excelente. Lo recomiendo si tienen la paciencia de aprender sus mecánicas y buscan un reto en la 3DS.
Los valores de producción están muy bien aprovechados. Si eres fanático de Fire Emblem, seguramente te encantará. Cuenta con buenas gráficas, gameplay divertido y compatibilidad con amiibos. Aunque no es compra obligada, si le quieres dar la oportunidad lo valdrá totalmente.
Metacritic and and others are giving this mixed to positive reviews and I cannot work out why. If you love turn based strategy games with elements of real time then you will lap up this game like a cat does whipped cream. Think Xcom meets Jeanne D'Arc, has a chat with Fire Emblem who drops in on for tea with XIII to discuss graphics and life... I could go on. Best played on the New 3ds XL as the C stick support is both useful and pleasing. You will be muttering 'Musta heard me, clankin' around' for weeks. Rivetingly refreshing
Doesn't quite reach the heights of Fire Emblem but it is an exciting new adventure from Nintendo.
The positives is that the game has a great art style, is thoroughly good looking from beginning to end. In true Nintendo fashion, the game is full of colourful and quirky characters that you will fall in love with from the Not so Cowardly Lion from Wizard of Oz to Tom Sawyer. Unfortunately they are not that balanced so some will be quite clearly superior to others.
It has an innovative new movement systems for Strategy RPGs that uses your steam that is fun but clearly favours more defensive play, going in all guns blazing won't get you far.
The maps in this game are well designed that take advantage of all the movement options of the different characters. The Lion for instance can jump so there are always shortcuts you can take with him.
Customisation is sadly pretty limited for an RPG but what there is of it, is fun.
While not really a negative, the game is pretty relentless when it comes to difficulty, This is not a game for beginners to the genre. I can't help but think that sometimes the game was unfair with Monsters hidden behind corners that I could never have seen coming. It feels cheap to lose half your health when you make a mistake you could never have prevented.
This feeds into another problem I had with the game, You never have an overhead view of the map which makes it difficult to strategize in a strategy game.
While I have said I much I love the Art Style, my one problem with it is that the enemy design is rather mediocre. None of them really stand out to me as good and some of them blend into each other so much that I found it difficult to tell the difference between them. I'd expect better from Nintendo.
A common complain of the game is that the enemies turn takes too long to complete. While the waiting time is certainly a little longer than usual for these sorts of games, I rarely thought it was excessive. Regardless, Nintendo have released an update that speeds up the enemies turns.
It's a good game with colourful characters, an innovative new movement system and a great art style and but the lack of overhead view makes it difficult to strategize and results in what I would consider to be cheap hits from enemies that ultimately slows the pace of the game down.
Bought this for my daughter so cant remark on how good a game it is. But my daughter has spent many hours playing this game so it must be pretty good as she doesnt normally spend quite so long playing one game as she has.