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Nintendo 3DS XL Power Rangers: Megaforce
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Take the fight against evil to a whole new level in the real and virtual worlds with Power Rangers Megaforce for Nintendo 3DS.
Morph into your favourite Megaforce Ranger and unlock incredible 3D action while fending off enemy encounters with powerful martial arts combat moves.
For even more incredible action you can even power up your rangers by scanning official Power Rangers Power Cards - with 10 exclusive trading cards included with the game.
The rangers will guide and support you through each challenging mission but you’ll need all your skills to defeat the bad buys!
- Power Rangers Megaforce
- Includes 10 trading cards
- Scan the cards to unlock your Power Ranger potential
- Suitable for age 12 and above
WARNING: Use of the 3D feature by children aged 6 and under may cause vision damage. It is recommended that only children over 6 should use the system in 3D mode. If children aged 6 and under have access to the system, parents or legal guardians should restrict 3D images using the Parental Controls feature.
Age from 12 years.