Are you one to revisit classic games on your Nintendo 3DS? As of today, Nintendo and Sega have released the game on the Nintendo eShop in its re-mastered state. The game has been released exclusively to for the Nintendo 3DS.
For those unfamiliar with the title’s that launched in 1986 and 1987. The titles allowed for a player to take control over a sentient ship called the Opa-Opa, which is used to fight off enemy invaders of an unknown source. With a re-mastering of the sequel; Fantasy Warzone II W; sega has taken the visuals from 8 bit to 16 bit graphics, but also allowed the developers to inject the game with stereoscopic 3D effects with a large set of new features that include game saves, Stage Select, and even save and resume, but also the capability to adjust difficulty settings.
With these additions, players also get to experience both the re-mastered version of the story mode called “Tears of Opa Opa” and an all newly crafted “Endless Game Mode” that takes place in a mysterious land called “Link Loop Land”, which takes on all the fun within the shooter title.
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