Don't get too excited though, as the game loses a bit of its luster on the 360 and PS3, two systems that are already packed full of solid, superior platforming experiences (especially sans the 3D effect and portability). Even still, if you've saturated everything there is to play on both platforms, this may be a decent buy depending on the pricing -- especially if they iron out the numerous issues the 3DS game had.
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