Miitopia for Nintendo 3DS
3DS

Miitopia

Jul 28, 2017
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About this game

Developer: Nintendo EPD
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Since the dawn of ever, warriors have banded together to fight evil. Now… Mii™ characters based on your favorite people must unite to do turn-based battle and save Miitopia! Cast them in roles across the kingdom, manage friendships, and give them jobs with distinct stats, abilities, gear, and a custom look. Then behold as awesomeness unfolds! Guide your team of Mii™ characters on a quest to defeat the Dark Lord and restore the stolen faces of the citizens of Miitopia™. As you watch with bated breath, Mii characters will mingle over food, camping, exercise, sleeping arrangements, and yes, combat! In these wild, yet traditional RPG battles, your party’s relationships affect the outcome. Enemies attack while you explore the world map, which is littered with hidden paths and treasures. Talk about a win-win!

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Critic Reviews

35 Reviews
6.58
Tomas FranzeseJul 27, 2017
If the whole game was more open, Miitopia would have been more fun, but the game’s repetitive and linear nature starting to frustrate me as a got further in the title.
Caty McCarthyJul 31, 2017
Miitopia feels like a missed opportunity. It's a game that starts and ends strong, but falters in the many, many hours in-between. Its jokes and gags quickly grew stale, and its charm wore off quickly. And then it kept going, for dozens of hours on end. I imagine if players are on the hunt for a game that's slightly more complex than what they'd find in Street Pass plaza, Miitopia might be that game for them. For players hunting for more hilarious and unpredictable antics from Miis like they once saw from Tomodachi Life, it seems like that dream remains just that. A dream.
Heidi KempsJul 29, 2017
Ultimately, lack of player input and randomness makes Miitopia feel like a slow slog you mostly watch rather than play. It's certainly cute, and it boasts the typically high production values you expect from Nintendo in terms of visuals, music, and dialogue.

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