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Review: Crush 3D (3DS)

The human mind is a trying thing, and many average people have problems hidden deep within the subconscious recesses of their minds. Imagine if it didn’t always have to be that way. If there was a way to release all the wrong that we had stored away. Crush 3D for the Nintendo 3DS by Sega is based on this idea. An Inception-style storyline draws the player into the game, where they are challenged by creative and ingenious puzzles. However, is this game a turn-around for the name of Sega? Keep reading to find out! -Ryan Baxter Continue Reading →

Preview: Crush 3D (3DS)

Crush 3D has been getting a bit of hype, though it is one of the lesser titles as of now. This game was deemed, however, to be important enough for a pre-released demo. This game by Sega is definitely innovative and allows the player to create logical impossibilities, kind of like the movie Inception. However, instead of entering a dream world, you are in the world of the unconscious. Check out the preview after the break! -Ryan Baxter Continue Reading →

Crush 3D – Available Exclusively at GameStop in U.S.

Crush 3D has been delayed quite a bit in North America, and now it’s finally out–well, sorta.  Sega has announced that the game will be available only at GameStop, and for the low price of $20.00!  If you aren’t sure whether or not you want the game, download the free demo of the game on the Nintendo eShop!  Crush 3D is a 3D enhanced port of Crush for the PSP, and is a puzzle/platformer based on switching your perspective from 2D to 3D.  Do you think Crush 3D is worth the dough? Why or why not? Share your thoughts in the comments! -Greg Boe (admin)

Source: Siliconera

Crush 3D Demo Now Available on eShop

A game after Sigmund Freud’s own heart, Crush 3D is a puzzle game all about solving the subconscious problems that everyone has, and today a demo of this game, which will be released on March 13th (Tuesday), has been made available for download on eShop. You enter the game as Danny, the best friend of a mad scientist who volunteers for one of his experiments. The system used for this test is called C.R.U.S.H. and it is trained to find subconscious problems and guide the user to eliminate them.  This game will certainly be a new experience, so give it a try and download it today! -Ryan Baxter