Category: 3DS


Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

For all the talk about Mario, Zelda and Samus over the years, it’s easy to forget the little pink puffball that could. Though Kirby certainly doesn’t have the p...

Fire Emblem Fates Review

AUTHOR’S NOTE: Fire Emblem Fates wasn’t reviewed as separate entries due to the fact that the base gameplay remains the same, only the narrative changes dependi...

LEGO Marvel’s Avengers Review

TT Games is back with, you guessed it, another LEGO game! Following 2013’s Lego Marvel Superheroes, this time around it is the Avengers who get their turn with ...

Yo-Kai Watch Review

Yo-kai are mischievous creatures that inhabit our world, invisible to all but a special few. Nate Adams is an average elementary school student, ignorant to th...

Review: Code Name S.T.E.A.M

From Intelligent Systems, the studio best-known for the Fire Emblem series comes the steampunk-packed, comic-styled Code Name: S.T.E.A.M! Fight off the alien me...

Review: Skylanders Trap Team

Skylanders Trap Team follows the story of the evil Kaos. This time, Kaos has blown up Cloudcracker Prison which has obviously released all of the evil villa...

Review: Fantasy Life

My interest in Fantasy Life was already piqued weeks before its due date and on release day, I rode down to my local store and purchased it with excitement. I...
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Review: Super Smash Bros 3DS

Nintendo’s iconic brawler is back and on the move with its latest installment, Super Smash Bros for 3DS. Building on the franchise’s established mechanics and...
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Review: LEGO The Hobbit

LEGO The Hobbit tells the story of the first two Hobbit movies. The story sees Bilbo Baggins team up with a group of Dwarves as they try to claim back their h...
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Review: Yoshi’s New Island

As expected, Yoshi's New Island tells the story of Baby Mario and Baby Luigi. The stork has been faced with the task of finding Mario and Luigi's real paren...
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Review: South Park: Stick of Truth

After being subject to the fallout of the implosion of THQ, there was a real fear that South Park :Stick of Truth would never make it to release. Luckily, Ubi...
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Review: Sonic Lost World

Sonic Lost World follows the journey of Sonic, and the struggles he faces as he tries to defeat Doctor Eggman. The evil Doctor has captured several of Sonic...
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Review: Pokemon X/Y

Game: Pokemon X / Y Developer: Game Freak Publisher: Nintendo Release Date: Out Now Available On: 3DS Version Played: 3DS Pokemon has never been a series kn...
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Review: Scribblenauts Unmasked

Game: Scribblenauts Unmasked Developer: 5th Cell Publisher: Warnerbros Release Date: Out Now Available On: Wii U/3DS/PC Version Played: PC This time working...

Review: Disney Infinity

The stories of Disney Infinity are dependent on their respected play sets. The great thing for Disney fans is that each play set has a uniquely written st...
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Review: SteamWorld Dig

The story in SteamWorld Dig is almost non existent. The player take's the role as Rusty, a lone mining steambot, as he arrives to an old mining town in great...

Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Review

They have taken on the Bean Bean Kingdom, traveled through time, been swallowed hole by their arch-nemesis, now they are venturing into dreams. The overqual...

Project X Zone Review

Ever wondered what would happen if Deadrising's frank west and Darkstalkers' Hsien-ko, teamed up with Tronne Bonne from Megaman Legends to take down Guardia...

Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review

Animal Crossing is a series that always tends to get critical acclaim or somewhat of a cult following, I never understood why. So I jumped in feet first to see ...

Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

Fire Emblem: Awakening puts you in the shoes of the typical Amnesiac protagonist in the Halidom of Ylisse. You are quickly paired with Chrom, the main p...