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December 24, 2012 12:44 pm

Vooks GOTY 2012: Best Nintendo 3DS Game Winner Revealed

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The votes have been counted and Kid Icarus Uprising has been selected as the Best Nintendo 3DS Game of the Year for 2012.

The game was a clear winner above the next game New Super Mario Bros. 2. Clearly releasing earlier in the year doesn’t hamper people’s memory of a game if it’s this good.

Here’s what James said about the game in our review;

Kid Icarus: Uprising is easily one of the best, if not the best original title available for the Nintendo 3DS. Its fast paced and frenetic gameplay, coupled with it’s incredibly substantial content offering makes it a game that’s worth in any players library.

Here’s the Top 5 as voted by you;

  • Kid Icarus Uprising – 28.8%
  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 -15.22%
  • Resident Evil Revelations – 14.13%
  • Paper Mario: Sticker Star – 9.78%
  • Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance – 7.07%

Not far behind: Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward, Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask

Next Up Tomorrow, find out which DS game is best in 2012. It’s a tough one.


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  1. Yep I would say Kid I was the best, it looked wonderful and was real fun to play, Nate.

  2. laharl1313

    Well deserved! I just finished this the other day and it was awesome. Hopefully it was successful enough to get a sequel someday.

  3. Brennan88

    A well deserved win however Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward deserves to be higher up. Although it is a niche game, so I’m not surprised it wouldn’t get as many votes. I do love both games though.

  4. Greenius

    No Theatrhythm love? :(

  5. Non-Specific Action Figure

    I’m happy with that list apart from the inclusion of NSMB2. To put it simply that game is an abomination. Apart from that the only change I’d make would the inclusion of Virtue’s Last Reward at the expense of NSMB2.

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