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Inazuma Eleven: Bomb Blast on the Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS

Several months have passed after saving Earth from Alius Academy’s attack (in Inazuma Eleven 2), Mark Evans and his teammates are summoned by Seymour Hillman to assemble at Raimon Jr. High.

When the team get to the school, they see familiar faces from Japan’s national football players who have once fought along with them, such as Xavier Foster and Jordan Greenway originally from Alius Academy, as well as new faces. Hillman has assembled all these Japan’s best football players for one purpose; to enter the “Football Frontier International (FFI)”.

Welcoming Mark Evans as Japan’s national team captain, they now strive forward to challenge best football teams from all around the world!

Show your skills and scout and recruit characters, create a truly personalised squad and battle friends in multiplayer matches.

Features:

  • Unique role-playing game blended with football
  • Play action-packed matches via the touch screen, with over 350 special moves!
  • Form a unique, personalised team from over 2000 characters
  • Fully localised voice-work and animation sequences
  • 3 story modes that build up from different character’s point of view
  • Special tactical team plays and goal shoot chaining system new to the game

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Series:
Inazuma Eleven
Certificate:
PEGI 7
Brand:
Nintendo
Main Language:
English
Platform:
Nintendo 3DS

Inazuma Eleven: Bomb Blast

Nintendo 3DS
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Inazuma Eleven: Bomb Blast on the Nintendo 3DS, 3DS XL and Nintendo 2DS

Several months have passed after saving Earth from Alius Academy’s attack (in Inazuma Eleven 2), Mark Evans and his teammates are summoned by Seymour Hillman to assemble at Raimon Jr. High.

When the team get to the school, they see familiar faces from Japan’s national football players who have once fought along with them, such as Xavier Foster and Jordan Greenway originally from Alius Academy, as well as new faces. Hillman has assembled all these Japan’s best football players for one purpose; to enter the “Football Frontier International (FFI)”.

Welcoming Mark Evans as Japan’s national team captain, they now strive forward to challenge best football teams from all around the world!

Show your skills and scout and recruit characters, create a truly personalised squad and battle friends in multiplayer matches.

Features:

  • Unique role-playing game blended with football
  • Play action-packed matches via the touch screen, with over 350 special moves!
  • Form a unique, personalised team from over 2000 characters
  • Fully localised voice-work and animation sequences
  • 3 story modes that build up from different character’s point of view
  • Special tactical team plays and goal shoot chaining system new to the game

Click Images To Enlarge

Series:
Inazuma Eleven
Certificate:
PEGI 7
Brand:
Nintendo
Main Language:
English
Platform:
Nintendo 3DS

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Another one in the net!

Inazuma Eleven 3 is the Inazuma Eleven you have played before. Fans of the series will not find to many changes apart from its completely new storyline and for a lot of people that is exactly what they want. Story wise Inazuma Eleven 3 takes you on a journey with Raimon to become the best in the world as you play for Japan and you'll meet great characters and new players to recruit. Gameplay wise it hasn't changed but it has been improved and refined and as always addicting. There are some new recruiting methods but nothing much has made to change the gameplay itself. Overall Inazuma Eleven 3 is a game for the series fans and playing through the first and second whilst not a must is highly recommended. The 3DS doesn't give the game to much since it is a port but it is great that it has made its way to Europe.