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Captain America: Super Soldier 3DS Review | Putting The 'I' In Team America

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Matt Gardner
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3DS Games, Action Games, Captain America: Super Soldier, High Voltage, Sega, Superhero games
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Captain America: Super Soldier | Nintendo 3DS

Captain America: Super Soldier 3DS Review | Putting The 'I' In Team America

Platform: 3DS

Developer: High Voltage

Publisher: SEGA

Film tie-ins usually suck, it's true. But the 3DS version of Captain America: Super Soldier has had three or four months or so longer than its relatives to iron out kinks. Supposedly.

Brendan already reviewed this game's larger console cousin earlier this year and found it to be a pretty enjoyable experience: a flawed but perfectly playable hero simulator that allowed you to wield the shield in style, with a number of collectables and little Zola Missions to engage in amongst the linear levels and straightforward action to keep things interesting.

Captain America: Super Soldier 3DS Review | Putting The 'I' In Team America

This portable version doesn't do much to differ from it's HD buddies, apart from look worse, but that's to be expected. Truth be told, the visuals aren't horrible, although the first level that literally sees you entrenched and running down Nazis does a pretty good job at trying to persuade you otherwise. The game actually perks up quite nicely visually and the 3D effects, whilst not particularly essential, do add the usual pleasant sense of depth to proceedings.

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