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A nice, gentle game,
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This review is from: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Gates to Infinity (Nintendo 3DS) (Video Game)
This is a lovely game to go for if you don't enjoy the "beat the clock" type of game. If you have not played "mystery dungeon" before it is worth saying that the dungeons are not dungeons, they can be a pleasant walk through the woods, or a climb up a mountain past a waterfall, and the 3d graphics can be rather charming.
Basically, the plot is that you are a human, turned into a Pokemon, and you need to save the world. Luckily, this is not a difficult job, and while saving the world you can also build up "paradise", a place where you build your house, and a choice of shops that sell items to help you as you save the world.
The dungeons themselves are not too difficult, I found I could do most of them first time. Not all, so it was not boring, but most.
As other people have commented the dialogue can be very slow, and it seems to repeat rather a lot, but that is a minor irritation.
I would certainly recommend this game for Pokemon fans, it is possibly aimed at younger children, but as a middle aged mum I am absolutely addicted to the little side games in paradise and the exploration of the dungeons.