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Final Fantasy Explorers review
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Final Fantasy Explorers review

The best thing about Final Fantasy’s template is that it’s so variable: you’ve got an established set of monster types, jobs and magic that can bend and fit into practically any genre. But just because they can, doesn’t always mean they should. Final Fantasy Explorers is Square’s attempt at aping...

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon review
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Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon review

Although the main Pokémon games are naturally the most lucrative for Nintendo, there remains a cult following who love its spin-off series, Pokémon Mystery Dungeon. Over the years – much like the main games – it too has tended to stick to a formula, with each new instalment only making...



Story Of Seasons review
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Story Of Seasons review

Developer Marvelous AQL has been associated with the Harvest Moon series since the Game Boy Advance days. It’s now separated from publisher Natsume, which still owns the IP, but be under no illusions: Story Of Seasons is still very much a Harvest Moon game in all but name. As ever,...

Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash review
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Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash review

Time again for the Mushroom Kingdom’s answer to Wimbledon, but it’s not all strawberries and cream. Nintendo’s latest entry in the hybrid sports/party game errs closer to the latter, proving fun in a group, but not offering much more than grind when playing alone. The big addition – literally –...

Xenoblade Chronicles X review
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Xenoblade Chronicles X review

For every massive way in which this sequel to the Wii title Xenoblade Chronicles builds on its predecessor’s accomplishments, it throws in a tiny disappointment too. Although the prevailing feeling while playing is unmistakably one of excitement, it’s difficult to ignore the occasional drawbacks that prevent it from becoming an...