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Copy/Paste — LEGO City Undercover: The Chase Begins review

by 1 year ago

Before I delve into the details of TT Fusion’s latest 3DS title, I’d like you to check out my review for LEGO City Undercover right here. Go ahead -- take your …

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Old ghosts, new haunts — Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon review

by 1 year ago

That ghost dog is the bane of my existence. I’m running around the various stages of Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon, trucking forward, thinking I’m about to grab that key, or …

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Slightly out of tune — HarmoKnight review

by 1 year ago

$14.99 is a lot of money to ask for. With that kind of cash, you could buy fifteen copies of Angry Birds – or an infinite number of copies of …

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Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Gate to Infinity Review

by 1 year ago

Pokémon games have long been a staple in the portable gaming world with the continued success of each sequel to the red and blue versions that started a phenomenon. Less …

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We welcome Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate to the 3DS

by 1 year ago

Castlevania has one of the richest lineages in the history of gaming.  While the story is certainly about as simple as they come, there is no doubt that the tried …

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Hurl it down the well: the Kersploosh! review

by 1 year ago

Have you ever experienced the unique pleasure of dropping assorted items from a high-up location? Chances are, you probably have. This is a basic human urge we're talking about - …

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Brain Age: Concentration Training review (3DS)

by 1 year ago

When I got tapped to review Brain Age: Concentration Training (hereafter Brain Age), I really thought it was going to be a very straightforward affair. You know, the basic gist …

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Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

by 1 year ago

Unless you live in Japan, Fire Emblem: Awakening is the fifth in a series of grid-based strategy games that have made gradual innovations and appeared on a slew of consoles …

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Paper Mario: Sticker Star Review

by 1 year ago

Fans of Paper Mario haven't seen much from the franchise since Super Paper Mario for the Wii, which opted to get rid of the turn-based Paper Mario and introduced perspective-altering …

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Oh, Japan… — Tokyo Crash Mobs Review

by 1 year ago

I wish I could be a fly on the wall during one of those video game pitch meetings in Japan. I have to wonder exactly how they came across the …

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Crimson Shroud Review

by 1 year ago

Crimson Shroud represents a very promising sign for the future of the Nintedo eShop. Developed by Level-5 and acclaimed RPG director Yasumi Matsuno, Crimson Shroud is a very good digital …

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Fantastic frustration — Crashmo Review

by 1 year ago

Vibrant pastel colors. Goofy, effervescent charm. A fat, squishy puff-ball wearing a sumo diaper. At first glance, Crashmo appears innocent enough, lowering my guard with its bright cartoon characters and …

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