In today's collection of reviews we look at the many critiques of Ohno Odyssey. They all have something in common: they're all pretty darn great!
The game proved to be quite a joy for the team to work on, and we're glad reviewers, fans, and other gamers who stumbled upon it on the Nintendo 3DS eShop are really enjoying it. So with that, let's take a look at the reviews.
First off we have Nintendo Life's review -- a solid 7 out of 10. Reviewer Lee Meyer wrote how "fans of classic titles like The Incredible Machine will find a lot to love."
Pure Nintendo Magazine gave Ohno Odyssey a 8.5 out of 10, calling it a "pleasant" experience.
Over at Nintendo World Report the game received a 7 out of 10 thanks to its "great physics" and "tough puzzles."
CGR Undertow enjoys that "there is no wrong way to approach a puzzle" in his video review.
At Nintendojo they give out letter grades, and if we were still in grade school we wouldn't mind the grade of B on one of our tests -- and it's certainly welcome for Ohno Odyssey. The reviewer really enjoyed the multiple solutions for levels as well as the "great variety of items."
Digitally Downloaded also moves away from the number system, giving Ohno Odyssey three-and-a-half stars out of five. We're guessing they're Super Mario Bros. star power-ups, so that's a lot of star power. The reviewer calls the game a solid entry in the 3DS library.
Here are some other scores:
Clash Entertainment: 81 out of 100.
Super Phillip Central: 7 out of 10.
3DS Pedia: 70 out of 100.