Tag Archives: 3DS

Dragon Quest VIII: Journey Of The Cursed King review
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Dragon Quest VIII: Journey Of The Cursed King review

The 3DS is no stranger to large JRPG releases, with Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse and Pokemon Sun And Moon releasing in 2016, but there’s still room for another gigantic journey, and Dragon Quest VIII: Journey Of The Cursed King fills that niche excellently. Dragon Quest VIII kicks off with..

Super Mario Maker 3DS review
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Super Mario Maker 3DS review

This conversion of Super Mario Maker from Wii U to 3DS comes with its plusses and minuses. On the positive side of things, it’s more or less the same fantastic platforming experience with a massive suite of creative tools that puts the power of Mario design in your hands. On..

Pokémon Sun & Moon review
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Pokémon Sun & Moon review

Fuelled by 20 years of nostalgia, Pokémon Sun & Moon is an exhaustive adventure. With over 800 Pokémon to catch and a talking Pokédex to ignore, an all-new region to explore and with hours of trials and tribulations to dispatch, the idea of participating at all can seem a little..


Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit Of Justice review
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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Spirit Of Justice review

Ace Attorney is a master of minutia – the intricate waltzes between testimony and evidence; the tension-filled tango between defence and prosecution. It’s also a game where characters have names like Luke Atmey and Jack Hammer. It’s a beautiful yin-yang of subtlety and obviousness. Spirit Of Justice is a little..

Monster Hunter Generations review
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Monster Hunter Generations review

If you’ve ever managed to reach the top of the Monster Hunter food chain by besting the series’ mightiest challenges at G Rank, you’ll know how rewarding the view from the summit is. You see the creatures below in a whole new light. Every hunter makes their own memories, meaning..

Kirby: Planet Robobot review
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Kirby: Planet Robobot review

We could sit here and worry that Kirby in a mech suit is going to make what can be an easy series even easier. You could point out that this seems like, in both structure and execution, it has a lot in common with Kirby’s last 3DS outing Triple Deluxe...

Fire Emblem Fates review
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Fire Emblem Fates review

Fire Emblem is a series that thrives on backing the player into a corner at every opportunity, forcing you to make brutal choices that not only affect the outcome of the narrative but of the lives and relationships of those that you hold closest. Never has the pressure to deliver..