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The classic is back — The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

by 9 months ago

It’s amazing what cutting the fat and returning to basics can do for gameplay. The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for the 3DS is Nintendo revisiting a golden …

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“Legal Weapon 5″ – Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies

by 9 months ago

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies is the fifth game in the series, and more importantly, the debut of the franchise on the 3DS. Every part of Phoenix Wright …

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“I Herd U Liek Mudkips” – The Latest Evolution in the Pokémon Series – Pokémon X/Y Review

by 9 months ago

When I was growing up, Pokémon Red and Blue were the single best reasons to own a Game Boy, and after playing through Pokémon X and Y, it's safe to …

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Nope – Sonic Lost World (3DS) Review

by 9 months ago

Sonic Lost World on 3DS is a terrible, terrible game. You can take that sentence away with you and get all you really need, and you can check out our …

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Skylanders SWAP Force on 3DS – not just another copycat.

by 10 months ago

I have already written an extensive review of the Skylanders: SWAP Force for the Xbox 360 and covered a lot of ground. You might think this review is redundant: think again. …

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Funny farm, now with coyote archers – Rune Factory 4 review

by 10 months ago

A simple summation of Rune Factory 4 would be that it's a more proactive Animal Crossing. That would be a disservice though, since when given time, the game is so …

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Hardcore cartography – Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl review

by 10 months ago

Six years ago, Etrian Odyssey created a challenging retro dungeon-crawler that has seen several sequels already, including one just earlier this year. Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl is the …

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Not the platform you’re looking for – Star Wars Pinball 3DS review

by 10 months ago

With video arcades dwindling thanks to the rise of the home console, pinball is becoming somewhat of a lost art. What used to be a gaming staple is now a …

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Asleep on the job — Mario & Luigi: Dream Team review

by 12 months ago

What is the sweet spot for a game’s length? At what point does a game go from being entertaining to a downright slog through battle after battle, just to reach …

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Reduce, Reuse, Re-Trial — Urban Trial Freestyle (3DS) review

by 1 year ago

Urban Trial Freestyle is an action-packed, over-the-top motorcycling side scroller for the 3DS. The bad news about Urban Trial Freestyle is that it's a shameless ripoff of Trials HD in …

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Gaming celebrity grab-bag! Project X Zone Review

by 1 year ago

What do you get when you take over 200 popular characters (50+ of which are playable) from various Namco Bandai, Capcom and Sega game series, throw them all into the …

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What a wonderful world — Animal Crossing: New Leaf review

by 1 year ago

As part of the Onett Gazette’s yearly town spotlight, we’ve reached out to David, the mayor of our quiet little city. When he first moved to our town, he began …

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