Nintendo 3DS

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey Review

In the end, if you enjoy quirky RPG’s, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey should definitely be on your radar. The story is funny, the battle system is fun and engaging and just every part of the game is solid.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey Review

Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers Review

With Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers, the sequel to 2013's Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger and third game in the franchise, Dillon finally gets his moment in the limelight. The 3DS is on its last legs, and developer Vanpool has pulled out all the stops to make Dead-Heat Breakers a high-profile experience.

Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers Review

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker

Devil Survivor game at first glance, it has some new features that make it a must for avid RPG players. And the new features are enough to experience the game again if you already have. And with a solid gameplay, an engaging cast of characters and lots of hours of adventures, Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker is a more than worthy entry in the long running series.

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Nintendo’s 3DS continues to build up a strong library of exclusives, and Kirby: Triple Deluxe adds another must-play title to that lineup. Although the controls are a little stiff, the new boss battles, multiple game modes, and the Hypernova ability all add to what makes Triple Deluxe a really fun game to play. Both newcomers and longtime Kirby fans will find a welcoming experience with his latest adventure.

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Fire Emblem: Awakening

Tactical turn-based combat is something that some won't be able to get past no matter what. As long as that isn't you, Awakening is arguably the best game you can get on the 3DS, sure to be one of the best this year, and a must-play from just about every conceivable angle.

Fire Emblem: Awakening

New Super Mario Bros. 2

These are coming out hard and fast now, though, and with NSMB U coming out for the new console pretty soon, this one feels like it’s somehow caught in between. Plus, the much ballyhooed “Collect a MILLION COINS” mechanic winds up not really going anywhere, making it seem like a pointless challenge to pad out replay value. It’s got the fun, it just feels like something isn’t quite there and it’s hard to say what.

New Super Mario Bros. 2