Pilotwings Resort puts the player in the pilot's seat as never before in this long-awaited three-dimensional update to the Pilotwings series!
Import your Mii characters from the Nintendo 3DS Mii Maker and explore Wuhu Island (the star of Wii Sports Resort and Wii Fit Plus) by plane, by hang glider and by rocket belt. Each vehicle type features unique controls that offer a different challenge. Complete around 40 challenging flight missions in Mission Mode to earn stars, or scour Wuhu Island for hundreds of collectible Extras in Free Flight Mode as you unlock interactive 3D Dioramas of various aircraft and famous island monuments.
Get a bird's-eye view of familiar Wuhu Island sites - and a few new ones! You can even share your experiences with friends and family members by taking in-game photos and saving them to the Nintendo 3DS photo album. Pilotwings Resort is an aerial sports game gem that offers amazing 3D views of Wuhu Island.
After almost two decades, many of Nintendo's classic franchises are coming back for the 3DS. Kid Icarus is one, but the jury is still out as to whether Uprising will be a return to form or a misstep for the adventures of angel Pit. Pilotwings is another game series Nintendo has...read full review
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