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  • Summary: A new challenge awaits in Inazuma Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks! As Mark Evans and his friends prepare to take on the Frontier International Championships, a futuristic enemy travels back in time to threaten the very existence of football. Mark must work with his own future great-grandson, Canon Evans, to preserve the fate of the beautiful game – and help the Inazuma National team win the Frontier International Championships. Expand
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 18
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  1. Jun 2, 2014
    Whilst this 3DS release is nothing more than a port of a DS game from Japan, its charm and addictive gameplay cannot be argued against, with the intriguing storyline and smart Touch Screen tactical football battles making this RPG-with-a-twist one to definitely check out.
  2. Feb 14, 2014
    Inazuma Eleven 3 The Ogre is basically the same good game that we already played months ago, but now with some cinematic extra that will satisfy the Football RPG enthusiasts.
  3. Feb 17, 2014
    As fun as the previous chapters of this third iteration of Inazuma Eleven for 3DS. Tactical and very deep soccer experience.
  4. Feb 13, 2014
    The story may be a bit too much, and the gameplay beats can be a touch clumsy to begin with, but Inazuma Eleven 3: Team Ogre Attacks is a mighty entertaining sports RPG that – just like its lead Mark Evans – has a big heart, and an infectious enthusiasm for what it is.
  5. Feb 13, 2014
    Team Ogre Attacks is another competent and fairly appealing title in the not-so-common style of sports RPGs, this time in a game adapted from an animation movie. Nevertheless, its new content is not groundbreaking enough to the point of justifying its purchase, at least for those who already own another version of Inazuma Eleven 3.
  6. Feb 13, 2014
    The way Inazuma Eleven 3 has been published in Europe makes no sense whatsoever and ultimately sinks a good entry in a franchise which is really starting to get old.
  7. Feb 13, 2014
    For those that purchased Inazuma Eleven 3 last year, there's little reason to buy this; there's too much overlap and a lack of any real progression. Level-5 keeps piling on more of the same content, when creativity is required.

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  1. Feb 24, 2014
    The final installment of the series is certainly a good game in it's own right, the development upon the game play in each installment is always a slight improvement, however it's so small the game practically remains unchanged from the first installment. While this game is an improvement on the football RPG series, no matter how you look at it, it is not ground breaking in the slightest, however as the motto says if it isn't broken don't fix it and Inazuma Eleven 3 still stands as an enjoyable experience for fans of the series and easily earns a respectable 7 out of 10. Expand