3DS Reviews

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

by 2 days 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 2 days 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 2 weeks 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 2 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 3 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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It’s my party, and I’ll cry if I want to: Mario Party: Star Rush review

by 3 months ago

Mario Party is at a weird point in its lifetime; while most people who’ve grown up with the friendship-breaking party game series have moved on, there are still some very …

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Alola Awaits! Pokemon Sun and Moon review

by 3 months ago

Hala, the Kahuna of Melemele Island, proudly tells you: “Only when you find the balance of the old and the new can you make something original." I could not possibly …

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Battle for boredom: Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers review

by 3 months ago

While people tend to reminisce on the good old days of animated juggernaut Cartoon Network with things like Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Laboratory, and Courage the Cowardly Dog, I tend to …

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This is not a drill: Gurumin 3D review

by 4 months ago

With today’s games vying for realism and complexity, it’s always a breath of fresh air when something comes out that’s simple and just plain fun. Originally released in North America …

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Acceptable in the 80s: River City: Tokyo Rumble review

by 5 months ago

With so many franchises celebrating their milestone anniversaries, a few relatively obscure ones are also joining the fun. Case in point, the Japanese beat-em-up River City series is commemorating its …

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Fire, ice, and everything nice: Sonic Boom: Fire and Ice review

by 5 months ago

For the past ten years, Sonic the Hedgehog has been on a roller coaster of quality. After the horrendous atrocity that was Sonic ’06, we were exposed to games ranging …

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It’s not the end of the world — Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Review

by 5 months ago

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse is a strong follow-up to its 2013 predecessor, but it still suffers from the same problems. Apocalypse may boast solid combat and progression systems, but …

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