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By Lindsey Weedston On 7 Sep, 2014 At 06:37 AM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Uncategorized | With No Comments
demon king box

Incomprehensible Fun     I’m going to admit something up front. I don’t like anime. Something about the style, the humor, and the general aesthetic puts me off. I tried not to let that color my judgement of Demon King Box (being the super ethical video game journalist I am), especially since the premise and […]

By Lindsey Weedston On 27 Aug, 2014 At 03:21 AM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With No Comments
tangram attack

Don’t Create, Destroy     Remember how in elementary school you used to get those colorful blocks that were all squares and rhombuses and different sized triangles, and you could use them to make images of cats and houses and people? In Tangram Attack, you get to take all of those little block pictures and […]

By Michael Sobrevega On 15 Aug, 2014 At 12:53 AM | Categorized As 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 1 Comment
steamworld dig a fistful of dig nintendo 3ds

Not Afraid To Get Its Hand Dirty I’ve heard nothing but positive things about Image & Forms 3DS eShop title, Steamworld Dig. Aside from Mario Kart 8, there is nothing new and compelling to play for Wii U and the 3DS, so I decided to fork over the money to try this peculiar title and […]

By Andy Steyn On 5 Aug, 2014 At 12:29 AM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With No Comments
siesta fiesta

Siesta Fiesta – Tis The Season To Go Snoozing   The Nintendo 3DS is in a bit of a dry spell at the moment with quality retail releases slowing down to a trickle. Since, there hasn’t been a good retail game to play since Tomodachi Life – I decided to head over to the Nintendo eShop […]

By Daniel On 6 Apr, 2014 At 11:16 PM | Categorized As 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 4 Comments
pokemon trozei

I am a self-confessed Nintendo fundamentalist. As a fundamentalist, I believe Nintendo should always develop games exclusively for their own consoles. In all likelihood, I will always remain a Nintendo fundamentalist. Not surprisingly, any Ideas that suggest Nintendo should begin a business model that involves mobile gaming immediately grinds my gears. I am not going […]

By Michael Sobrevega On 10 Dec, 2013 At 08:35 PM | Categorized As 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 1 Comment
Zelda A Link between worlds

The Legend of Zelda: A Link between Worlds Review   There were two reactions when The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds was initially revealed. First, there was a group of fans that was elated with the news that Zelda will be revisting the same Hyrule in the A Link to the Past. On […]

By Daniel On 28 Oct, 2013 At 10:24 PM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Games, Reviews | With 6 Comments

At some points in our lives we all come to experience moments that will never be forgotten, but what are perhaps the most powerful of these events are those that occur during the innocence of childhood.  Sometimes, these moments are so commonly shared that they transcend experience of the individual, and go on to define […]

By Chris On 24 Oct, 2013 At 08:13 PM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 1 Comment
Resident Evil The Merceneries

There’s not much to say about Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D other than it takes the best bits from the mercenaries bonus game from both Resident Evil 4 and 5 and put them into one convenient package. The typical game play of Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D sees your character surviving against a horde of infected […]

By Andrew On 18 Oct, 2013 At 11:51 AM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 5 Comments
kingdom hearts dream drop distance

Kingdom Hearts is a series that, in theory, shouldn’t work.  Created by Square Enix and Disney, Kingdom Hearts uses the light, friendly Disney characters and themes and makes it all as hopelessly complicated as a typical JRPG.  Somehow, though, it comes together in a way that it retains the Disney charm we all grew up […]

By Seth On 14 Oct, 2013 At 07:24 AM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 1 Comment
kid icarus uprising

KID ICARUS: UPRISING REVIEW Kid Icarus is a bit of a peculiar series. The first game, Kid Icarus, was released on the NES in 1987. It was received with mixed reviews, but developed a cult following that never quite died out. Four years later, a sequel was released, “Of Myths and Monsters”. This was received […]

By Daniel On 22 Sep, 2013 At 12:30 PM | Categorized As 3DS, 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 5 Comments
luigi's mansion Dark Moon

To me, the original Luigi’s Mansion was an excellent premise that could be something amazing if only the developers had taken a few extra steps (which likely were not made in order to make the launch date of the GCN). Lucky for me, as well as other Luigi fans, Miyamoto felt a need to revisit […]

By Michael Sobrevega On 8 Aug, 2013 At 09:18 AM | Categorized As 3DS Reviews | With No Comments
The greatest game of all time.

The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time has always had a special place in my heart – a matter of fact, Ocarina of Time was the very game that ignited my passion for gaming. Honestly I considered myself fortunate, that the very first game I was able to complete was Ocarina of Time.  The feeling […]

By Michael Sobrevega On 26 Jul, 2013 At 10:14 AM | Categorized As 3DS Reviews, Reviews | With 2 Comments
super mario 3d land

Super Mario 3D Land I have to confess, I’ve never been a huge Mario fan. I’ve owned every home console from Nintendo since the Nintendo 64, but I have never actually finished a Mario game – that is until Super Mario Galaxy. Super Mario Galaxy is an incredible game by all standards, but the experience […]

By Michael Sobrevega On 19 Jun, 2013 At 06:27 AM | Categorized As 3DS Reviews | With 3 Comments
fire emblem 4

Fire Emblem Awakening I have been an avid Nintendo fan since the days of the 64, so I have played almost every Nintendo franchise. But there has been one series I have been avoiding like the plague and that series is fire Emblem. The brutal difficulty and complexity of the series has always frightened me. […]