Planet Crashers wasted our time, so we're going to waste its time. You see, when you turn on this overpriced heap of a 3DS eShop game, it doesn't bother telling you how to play.
"Fine," you might think, "it's a puzzle to solve, I'm meant to understand what's going on intuitively." So you learn about the sub-Pokémon battle system, find the lazily re-skinned dungeons, finish the miserably similar quests that can only be attempted one at a time and then, after about an hour, you realise that you're having no fun. So you give up and try two player online battles - a lesson in profound tedium.
This action-RPG is merely grinding for grinding's sake; each weapon upgrade just a means to earning the next weapon upgrade.
It's horrible stuff: a yawning, Nietzschean abyss of a game that makes you believe those people who say that there's no point in video games.
Don't pay the people behind this turd.