3DS Reviews

Nintendo New 2DS XL – the best DS handheld yet

by 3 days ago

Nintendo could have easily pulled the 3D hardware out of the New 3DS XL, slapped a fresh coat of paint on it, and released it as a “new 2DS” version. …

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Kirby Blows, it’s a Blast, Kirby’s Blowout Blast Review

by 1 week ago

Sub-games have been a staple of the Kirby series ever since 1993’s Kirby’s Adventure. When you get a Kirby game, even a spin-off, you’re expected to receive some sort of …

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Crushing the seeds of Chaos: Ever Oasis Review

by 2 weeks ago

I thought pretty much knew what I was getting into when I popped my copy of Ever Oasis into my 3DS. Cute sim games are fairly common now, and while …

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Sometimes sweet, sometimes stale: Cooking Mama Sweet Shop review

by 2 months ago

The Wii U is dead, long live the Wii U. While the 3DS is still alive and kicking, a lot of well-established series on the handheld are saying their goodbyes …

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The Rigelian Empire Strikes Back – Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Review

by 2 months ago

I was 12 years old when the Fire Emblem series came to North America for the first time. The seventh game in the series, simply called “Fire Emblem” at the …

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Goodbye to a world: Bye-Bye BoxBoy! review

by 3 months ago

If you told me two years ago that a game featuring a sentient box would be one of the best puzzle series on the 3DS, I’d probably think you would …

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My new OT3; Story of Seasons: Trio of Towns

by 5 months ago

We all have our own ways of unwinding. For some, it's blowing off stress in a shooter; for others, it's challenging friends to fighting or racing games, but nothing helps …

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Cor Blimey! Dragon Quest VIII: The Journey of the Cursed King

by 5 months ago

Some games are classic and ageless, standing the test of time, and shining bright remake after remake. I desperately want to say that Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed …

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Super Trooper: Tank Troopers Review

by 5 months ago

Tank Troopers isn’t presumptuous. It features sizeable arenas, but it never attempts to create its own world, and it’s populated by endearing characters, but it doesn’t give them any sort …

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“Wool story bro, tell it again” Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World review

by 5 months ago

While the Wii U is officially discontinued and will not have any more first-party titles after Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild comes out, the 3DS is still alive …

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May I have a mulligan? Mini Golf Resort review

by 7 months ago

The hardest games to review are not the ones that are exceptionally great nor horrendously bad, but ones that fit smack dab in the middle of those extremes. It’s with …

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Build a better port: Super Mario Maker 3DS review

by 8 months ago

One of the surprise hits of last year, Super Mario Maker was able to connect with audiences everywhere by offering an easy to use toolset to create and share Mario …

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