3DS Reviews

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Pokémon Sun and Moon Review

During my off-time between titles, I often wonder if my passion for Pokémon is waning. Having followed the franchise since its first releases as Pokémon Red and...
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Pirate Pop Plus Review

Pirate Pop Plus is a game that tries to emulate the good ol' days of the original Game Boy. Including such aesthetic pleasantries like a monochromatic screen, f...
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Quest of Dungeons Review

It's getting to the point now where dungeon crawlers are everywhere. You sneeze, and another procedural dungeon crawler is released. Quest of Dungeons is anothe...
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Steel Empire Review

Any of you out there who owned a Sega Mega Drive back in the day might just remember a game called Empire of Steel, also known as Steel Empire in North America ...
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Wind-up Knight 2 Review

Each time the little noble hero of Wind-up Knight 2 stands ready at the beginning of a stage, fully-wound and poised to be released, there exists a great deal o...
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BOXBOXBOY! Review

Embracing the puzzle game philosophy of deriving complexity from simplicity, 2015's BOXBOY! for the 3DS was a charming surprise, what felt like a side project f...
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Pocket Card Jockey Review

Much like with horse racing, the world of video games is full of surprising winners, little-known long shots whose introductions inspire more snickers than wage...
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Digger Dan DX Review

Reviving old favourites seems to be a bit of a theme on the Nintendo 3DS at the moment; just the other day I reviewed the rather good Sssnakes. I can only assum...
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Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

If you press the Start button in Kirby: Planet Robobot while Kirby is in his default form, there's an interesting message on the pause screen. It reads "Kirby.....
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Zero Time Dilemma Review

When Nine Hours Nine Persons Nine Doors released back in 2010, it was unlike anything I had ever experienced. Sure, the puzzles differed little from browser-bas...
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Mighty No. 9 Review

After much drama and 14 months of delays, Mighty No. 9 has finally released. When Mega Man series creator Keiji Inafune and developers Comcept and Inti Creates ...
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Sssnakes Review

Anybody out there who ever owned an old Nokia phone will undoubtedly be very familiar with Snake, the simple but furiously addictive game that came included on ...
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Final Fantasy Explorers Review

My fondest gaming memories probably come from the countless hours I spent on the original Dreamcast version of Phantasy Star Online in high school. Sure, I've p...
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Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest Review

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest is a fantastically crafted video game. The story is engrossing, the characters are well-rounded, and the gameplay is satisfying in i...
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Blast ‘Em Bunnies Review

If you were thrown into Blast 'Em Bunnies without prior research, you'd consider it to be a child's game, with the somewhat childish art style and general simpl...