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Miitopia - Nintendo 3DS [Digital]

Model: 1111SKU: 6020601

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Rating 4.7 out of 5 stars with 332 reviews

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    A good, basic RPG— but don't expect more

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    John
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    Miitopia is a pretty fun RPG even though it's quite basic. Battles are turn-based and falls more inline with older RPG games. Meaning, you can control what your main character does, but not what your pals do. What your friends can do depends on the classes you choose for them and the personality you chose. Their personality traits show themselves in battle through quirks, both good and bad. Like Tomodachi Life, you're able to use your own Miis to stand in as the rest of the characters. This includes other Miis people have made and are shared online. This is possibly the most fun you're going to have with Miitopia. You can always change the roles as well, so don't feel like you're stuck with who you've chosen. Another part of this game is eating food. This seems to be taken from Tomodachi Life as well. At the end of every stage, your Miis rest at an inn where you can feed them. What they like and dislike is random. For example, you may find yourself bummed out that your mage doesn't like food that increases the Magic stat. Yet another feature that seems to be taken from Tomodachi Life is the friendship feature. As you and your pals spend time together during the evenings, as well as helping each other out in battle, your friendship level increases. This will unlock nifty bonuses that help a lot in battle. It might as well have been easier to say this is Tomodachi RPG. It's fun if you're not expecting much and don't need much out of an RPG to be entertained. However, if you're looking for something more complex (like me), you might be disappointed in your purchase. I still had fun with Miitopia, but I'm hard-pressed to finish the game because I feel I've seen everything it has to offer. The story isn't engaging enough (I've spoiled myself silly to write this review in good conscious) and the amount of battles between each story segment is long and repetitive with no real way to evade battles you don't want to fight. Miitopia is very "hands off"... like Tomodachi Life. I can't see myself recommending this to others. They might get bored faster than I did.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Loads of Fun

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    omarinhd
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    I bought two copies of this game, one for each of my daughters - aged 8 and 6. I briefly played the demo and quickly decided that this was not my type of game because I'm not too thrilled about turn-based strategy RPGs, though I did have fun with it. However, my daughters love it, and I'm sure anyone else who appreciates silly and slapstick humor would enjoy it as well. This game makes excellent use of Miis that have been created by oneself and by other players in SpotPass. If you have amiibo figures that aren't getting much use in other games, they may be useful here as there are many character costumes that can be unlocked with a corresponding amiibo. Even though I'm not a big fan of these types of games, I have very much enjoyed Find Mii and other Mii Plaza games because they do not take much time to play a round. Miitopia does not have the same limitations as those games and can be played for hours on end, which would appeal to those who also enjoy Mii Plaza games and want to get a little or a lot more out of them.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    This game is so much fun! For kids and adults.

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    Kaymee
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    I'm not a child, but I enjoyed this game so much. I knew I would because I like Tomodachi Life, which is also a Mii game, but I'm so glad Nintendo made this Mii RPG game. You don't have to worry about making a bad decision about the characters that join your party, or even yourself because you can literally change the name, the entire mii, and even class later on in the game. The battle system is very simple. While it's not very challenging, I still had fun dressing up character (most of which I made into Nintendo characters or characters from other series), watching them interact and fight, and even customizing most if not all of the NPCs you see in the game! My only complaint is (Spoiler) that in three instances in the game, you have to choose a new class and get 3 new party members, so you start from scratch three times. I understand they wanted you to explore more classes and characters, but it was a little annoying to start from LV 1 every time you managed to get back to LV 11/12.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Wonderfully Fun

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    CrimsonSandBoa
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    I saw gameplay of Miitopia before deciding on purchasing it. It was so cute, and the fact you could put any Mii into any role lead to some hilarious results. Once recieving the game, I found out it could be just as hilarious in your own hands. Yes, the game is easy to play, but I never minded that aspect. I'm not one who plays games for the difficulty level, plus this makes it accessible to any age group. I've enjoyed this as an adult, and I know young kids would appreciate it too. The storyline is fun, has a few little twists and turns, and even keeps you from getting too over-leveled as you continue forward. I'm also a big fan of how the party can grow closer together, and become more skilled as this happens. I definitely recommend this game to anyone looking for an enjoyable and silly romp. Gather your party and get going!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Fun introductory RPG.

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    ImpactPlayrV
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    Bought this for my daughter and she loves it! First one major CON? We had hoped it would have multiple save sports ( or save to the ad cards in your system) it does not, so only one person can play it. This was a major disappointment as my wife also wanted to play it. My daughter fell in love with this game. She live s putting he friends into the different roles and fighting through the RPG portion with them. But she even more so lives how their relationships develop. I kinda view it as the sims meets and rpg. It's a great first rpg for her to get into as it's not overly hard, and is sparking her interest in that style of game. I recommend to those looking for a light hearted rpg...don't expect hardcore hours of grinding or a deep story though.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great game - Kept my 5 yr. old's interest

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    Flyersfan
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    My son was getting into creating Wii characters on our gaming system, so I thought this game for his DS3 would continue that interest. It engaged him in a long adventure with characters that he had created as well as ones he found that others had made. Early on he asked for parental help to get through some battles but in a short time he mastered it and I found this game increased his vocabulary with mythological creatures and different types of food. Overall I thought it was a great game that he can pick back up and play over and over again.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good enough...not great

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    Catlifebrah
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    As I lay down under the same dying oak tree as my father before me and my grandfather before him, I ask myself...is it even possible that Elvis could still be alive? I mean, aside from the fact of his reported death...is it fair to call that a hoax and he still alive somewhere on earth? Even if Elvis didn't die that day, could he have not died since? That's when I feel it too much to bear and reach for Miitopia, thank you great Norse gods for bestowing the Nintendo 3ds on us!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Miitopia; the RPG About Miis

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    Electrowisp
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    Miitopia is an RPG that's a mix of Tomodochi Life and your stereotypical RPG. It's whacky and random, quirky and charming. The game does an amazing job of explaining the basics, which honestly aren't hard to grasp, and combat is pretty easy. The story is what you'd expect from a game about Miis, though honestly it's more interesting seeing Miis interact and build relationships that affect battles. The soundtrack is surprisingly amazing. I haven't finished the game yet, but it seems to be lengthy and well worth the $40.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Quirky but fun game

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    Nico07
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    If you are wanting to try before you buy there is an official demo of this game available on the 3DS eShop right now. If you played the Tomodachi Life game for 3DS and enjoyed the small RPG minigame within it and ever thought, "I wish they would build a full on game around that", well this game is for you. The gameplay is great and there are dozens of hours of gameplay within this game. Amiibo support is available for special costumes as well. I highly recommend this if you are looking for a new pickup and play RPG.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    For Gamers of All Ages

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    PuppyCub19
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    I had seen this game being played on this year's E3 and thought it was a pretty interesting concept (especially since you'd be able to play with your Mii which little to no games offer anymore). Since I got the game, I have not put it down. It's such a great adventure and story! The great thing is that you can literally set every character in the game with whatever Mii you want. This game is great and longer than I expected. I still haven't finished it. A must buy if you have spare money.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    GOTY

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    Jerrek
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    Just when I thought I had retired my 3DS to the shelves of misfit consoles Nintendo blesses me with this masterpiece. If you enjoyed Tomodachi Life or just the idea of going on a turned based RPG where you can create a team of yourself, Kim Kardashin, George Costanza, and the greatest scientist in all of the Unvieeses Rich Sanchez, this game is for you.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Game for Kids

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    dack
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    I will start by saying that I have barely played this game myself,but my 8 year old kids (twins) love playing it. We got the demo off of the Nintendo store and they loved it so much that they bought it with there own money. I've watched them play and helped them a handful of times and the game seems very light-hearted and fun. It seems like a typical RPG game. So if you enjoy those games, you'll like this one.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A basic RPG to put your Mii collection into

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    SPCentral
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    The RPG gameplay of Miitopia may be limiting compared to larger scale games like a typical Final Fantasy or Pokemon, but the real thrill and driving force behind Miitopia is to use Miis based on friends, family, celebrities, etc. and put them into your adventure party to slice down monsters while participating in all sorts of humorous and hilarious shenanigans. Those looking for deep gameplay should turn elsewhere.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Miitopia

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    MrKBK
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    The game is very charming! I love playing my streetpass games, but the downsize is how limited they were. With Miitopia, it felt like a streetpass game but with a more RPG element and less limitation with the whole streetpass with other gamers to get people to play with. Also the option to choose who are the characters in your game(party and npcs) is nice touch, like if you have Tomodachi Life, you can choose from.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Had to purchase this game twice...

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    ShinigamiRen
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    I had to go out and get this game twice; my two kids enjoyed it so much, they had to have their own copy! I’m a fan RPGs myself and wanted to get my 6 and 7 year old started on that path as well :) I haven’t played it myself, but will try it soon once my kids are done with. They seem to enjoy it that much and have fun creating their characters.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Similar to the Final Fantasy Series

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    Juliantak
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    My 12 year says it is a good game and you can make your own unique characters. On the downside he said the story and game play is very repetitive so at about the middle part of the game it starts to get boring. However, he has put in over thirty hours of game play so he got his money's worth. He compares it to the Final Fantasy series and would recommend it to others.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Baby's first RPG

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    Kilroy
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    Despite getting mediocre reviews from critics this game has a ton of heart. It's super cute, very funny, and I love being able to fill the roles with random people. I would recommend it for either people like me who appreciate the humor or children who won't mind that your ability to explore or control your other party members is incredibly limited.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Good Game.

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    MRRUIZ
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    This is a good game, I bought it for my Daughter for her 3DS XL. it's Very entertaining and there are small mini games you can play if you don't feel like playing the story mode. You get to customize your mii character which is pretty cool, i really like what Nintendo and its game Developers are coming up with. Over all I would recommend it.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Take your Mii's out for an adventure

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    Spider
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    This is an RPG-lite game, with some funny social interactions between your Mii's and the ability to have you and your friends go on a quest to restore everyone's missing faces. You even get to decide what face (and name) goes on the main villain itself! If you were a fan of Tomodachi Life!, then this is the next step for you to take.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I adore this game!

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    Sarah
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    If you played the demo like I did, you know what to expect, as it was a very good representation of what I've seen so far. I am loving it, the absolute quirkiness, the jabs of humor, all of it - and the controls are simple enough that my three year old gets to 'help' play while I hold the device, so we both can enjoy the game together.

    I would recommend this to a friend