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Denpa 3DS Review

Denpa Men 3: Rise of Digitoll

The game failed to suck me in. I never once put it down and thought to myself “I just NEED to play it for a little bit longer”. I adore games that feature some sense of realism, whether it be [...]

June 30, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
Kirby Triple Deluxe 3DS Review

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Out of all of Nintendo’s vast portfolio of franchises, the two most versatile in my opinion have always been Mario and Kirby. Generally speaking, Mario would have main platforming titles that would innovate and change the landscape of the gaming [...]

June 19, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
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Mario Golf: World Tour

World Tour is a fun experience, and while I do miss the deeper RPG mechanics from previous games, this version offers more than its share of fun, whether with others or alone. [...]

May 7, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
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Weapon Shop de Omasse

You get a sense that if they had focused more on one of the mechanics or the other, they’d have made a better game; it was just too difficult to balance. But the idea of an interactive sitcom is kind [...]

April 11, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
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Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy

Along with certain games like Peggle and Bejeweled, the Professor Layton series caught on in a way with both casual and more enthusiast gamers when it made its debut on the DS. It’s not hard to see why: the series [...]

February 25, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
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Chibi-Robo: Photo Finder

Chibi-Robo: Photo Finder throws in everything it can to make the experience as uninteresting as possible. [...]

February 10, 2014 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
Ace Attorney Dual Destinies

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies

The narrative that runs through that world isn't always focused as it could be, but Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies is a largely excellent visual novel adventure. If you're a patient and detail-oriented player, it's tough to imagine [...]

November 12, 2013 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
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Tangram Style

Tangram Style is a fine game using an age-old concept, and making it a touch-oriented game makes manipulation of the shapes much simpler than if you just had a controller. It’s a shame some of the weird recognition stuff gets [...]

October 30, 2013 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
Pokemon X 3DS Review

Pokemon X

There's a good game in Pokemon X, and fans looking for another game near-identical to the ones before it likely won't find issue with a lot of the dusty trimmings and transparent battle system. If you want to get into [...]

October 25, 2013 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews
Pokemon Y 3DS Box Art

Pokemon Y

There's a good game in Pokemon Y, and fans looking for another game near-identical to the ones before it likely won't find issue with a lot of the dusty trimmings and transparent battle system. If you want to get into [...]

October 25, 2013 Nintendo 3DS, Reviews