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Mother 3

Mother 3 (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Genre: RPG (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Brownie Brown

Publisher
Region
Released
JP
04/20/2006

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Staff Reviews

Mother 3 review

Reviewed June 30, 2018

Rob Hamilton says: "A good game, although it's not EarthBound no matter how many trips down memory lane it provides."
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Reader Reviews

Mother 3 review

Reviewed October 26, 2008

timrod says: "By all accounts, Mother 3 is a game that should never have been playable by an English-speaking audience. First you have Nintendo’s outspoken hatred of fans of the Mother/Earthbound series – their refusal to translate Mother 1+2 on the GBA, their refusal to translate Mother 3, their refusal to bring Earthbound to the Wii Virtual Console in America/Europe despite Earthbound ranking #1 in their polls of what games to bring to the VC every single time, their outright mocking of Earthbound fans in t..."
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