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  1. Feb 24, 2014
    7
    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,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
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  1. Jun 2, 2014
    80
    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. Mar 18, 2014
    80
    The final Inazuma Eleven with Mark Evans in the lead, manages to close out the series in style. The soccer matches remain a lot of fun to play, with the story as the main driving force. Newcomers will promptly be scared off by the story though, because it requires them to know previous installments.
  3. Increasingly tired tactics. [March 2014, p.84]