Jul 26, 2012Planet Crashers 3D is a quirky game from start to finish that takes place in a world that might remind you of a twisted, combat-heavy Animal Crossing. The RPG gameplay can be a grind, but if you just like completing quests and traversing dungeons, it's an eShop game worth diving into.
Generally unfavorable reviews- based on 13 Ratings
Jul 15, 2013I've tried it and it was pretty fun at start but after few hours of play i got bored.. same mazes, different colors.. little to simple. ItI've tried it and it was pretty fun at start but after few hours of play i got bored.. same mazes, different colors.. little to simple. It took me 6+ hours to finish it.… Full Review »
Jun 2, 2015Planet crashers is the way the games should not be done. It's not like is funny bad. No no. It's crappy bad. It's awfully bad. ¿Superman 64? APlanet crashers is the way the games should not be done. It's not like is funny bad. No no. It's crappy bad. It's awfully bad. ¿Superman 64? A masterpiece. This should ashame the creators of this game.… Full Review »
Jul 17, 2013It's obvious that the developers put effort into this, but it ended up not being fun at all. This review will list all of the failings I foundIt's obvious that the developers put effort into this, but it ended up not being fun at all. This review will list all of the failings I found in the first hour. My review is scathing because I feel cheated out of a few dollars, and would not have been if there were more negative reviews. For some reason the eShop ranks this game as 4 stars.
Your character has 3 stats. All 3 advance when you level up, and you get to choose how they progress to some degree. I like choices and stat management, so this sounds fun! No, this illusion of choice was ruined by the fact that only 1 stat really matters. Speed is the only stat you will need. Whenever you level up, just pick the option that increases speed the most.
Why is speed the only important stat? Because a high speed will allow you to outrun enemies on the map, and therefor avoid combat. The combat system in this game is no fun at all. You face opponents one at a time, and take turns whacking at each other. Each combat action you take will do extra damage if you press keys with proper timing. There are multiple skills and multiple weapons.
"Hey, I like item and skill management!"
Not in this game, you won't. There are no trade offs between weapons. Each is objectively better or worse than the other. Furthermore, you will only receive weapons in a specific order as you complete quests. The same is true for skills. Certain quest givers will provide you with a new weapon and skill after you have attained a high-enough character level to accept their quest. The only way weapons affect the game is in how much damage they do and the attack animation that you see. The only way skills affect the game is in how much damage they do and what button combination you need to use.
This game is all about going through dungeons to complete quests. Dungeons consist of a series of rooms connected by hallways. Hallways contain no enemies, and rooms do. Rooms also contain items that give you temporary bonuses to your stats. Your main experience in dungeon crawling will be outrunning enemies while you reach your target.
"You mean the dungeons contain items I can use? Sounds like fun!"
No, you won't be using items very much. If you are successful in outrunning enemies there will be at most 1 combat encounter per quest. After this your health will be refilled, making potions unnecessary. Using items that increase strength is pointless. The increase in damage they provide is offset by the fact that it gives the enemy an extra turn to attack. The only items I use are shields, which provide temporary defense. You could sell items in the shop, but they are worth almost nothing. The shop doesn't have useful equipment anyway, so your gold supply will continue to pile up as you play.… Full Review »