Azure Striker: Gunvolt Reviews

Azure Striker Gunvolt could be the next big Nintendo 3DS franchise from Inti Creates, and I wouldn’t mind one bit.

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It’s enjoyable to be able to breeze through the main game while learning how to wield Gunvolt’s abilities with newfound confidence, but considering that most levels can be completed in about ten minutes, and there are just over ten to explore, it’s also a bit deflating when the game runs out of new things for you to see. The challenges and the hunt for hidden items are worthwhile endeavors that will encourage you to play for a few additional hours, but you’re still repeatedly retracing your steps, and this is Gunvolt’s only downfall. That’s not to say you won’t find yourself going back in for just one more run, but this take on the core Mega Man formula ultimately runs out of new scenarios quicker than it deserves to given how exciting and fun it is to play.

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Inspired by Mega Man X but still its own game, Azure Striker Gunvolt is a fun addition to 3DS’ downloadable catalog.

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