IRONFALL Invasion for Nintendo 3DS


Feb 26, 2015
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Developer: VD-Dev
Content Rating: Teen


IronFall: Invasion is a thrilling third-person shooter. Equipped with an arsenal of destructive weapons, take cover and repel an invasion of Alien Robots. IronFall: Invasion is divided into two separate modes, which can be tried for free and purchased separately! The "Campaign" mode is a single-player adventure, which will have you travel from various locations over 11 levels. The "Multiplayer" mode allows up to 6 players to join locally or online for competitive battles in 6 different arenas.

Critic Reviews

16 Reviews
Mike SplechtaMar 15, 2015
IronFall: Invasion certainly doesn't do anything new that we haven't seen before. It borrows heavily from an already established franchise, and unabashedly so. And while it certainly works, and you might have some fun with it, I'm not sure if it's worth the full asking price. My recommendation is to try out each mode for free, and see whether both, or maybe neither of the modes entice you to fork over cash.
Marcel van DuynFeb 13, 2015
IRONFALL Invasion is a technically impressive 3DS title, though unfortunately it doesn't really stand out for those familiar with the genre. The campaign never really mixes things up, and while the multiplayer is quite fun it can occasionally be quite a hassle to get a full game going. On top of that - since most stages must be bought - the free stage will likely end up being the one that will be played almost exclusively, which can be frustrating. Overall, however, the experience is still fairly solid, so we recommend giving the free content a shake and then deciding whether or not you want more of it.
Chris CarterFeb 27, 2015
Multiplayer is the saving grace of Ironfall: Invasion. Although it doesn't offer anything new, it should scratch that itch for arena shooter fans who are looking for something to play online long term on 3DS. With a relatively smooth connection process and simplistic gameplay that works, it should keep you busy for a while. Just avoid paying for the campaign at all costs.


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