3DS Reviews

A “Beat ‘em Up” in More Ways Than One – Senran Kagura Burst

by 1 year ago

Senran Kagura Burst is a side-scrolling beat 'em up for the 3DS and the series' debut in North America.  It's an overtly sexual anime that's set in a world that …

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A new way to wakka-wakka — Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures

by 1 year ago

Everything must evolve to survive, a fact particularly true about the video game industry. Over the years we’ve seen the iconic virtual vanguards of our gaming youth bizarrely (and at …

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

by 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 1 year 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 2 years 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 2 years 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 2 years 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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