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..
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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..
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..
It’s impossible to talk about Yo-Kai Watch without addressing the Snorlax in the room. Much as Nintendo would go to great pains to stress that its latest Japanese export can co-exist with the Pokémon series, it’s clear that for Yo-Kai to enjoy the same success in the west as it..
If the original Project X Zone wasn’t enough to scratch your crossover itch, this sequel offers more of the same. Those hoping for massive changes to its predecessor’s basic gameplay, though, will remain disappointed, as Project X Zone 2 doubles down on the hope that its character interactions make up..
Confined to the screens of mobiles and tablets for the past few years, Puzzles & Dragons Z is the first instalment of the series to be made available for a set price, micro-transactions being scrapped here in favour of a flat fee. Incorporating the game’s traditional match-three battle system with..
If you’ve ever imagined what it would be like if recurring Lovecraft character Randolph Carter, the Tin Man from The Wizard Of Oz and Tom Sawyer teamed up to stop aliens taking over a steampunk version of Earth, Code Name: STEAM makes your bizarrely specific dreams come true. Fire Emblem..
Console launches are usually met with excitement, but Nintendo’s latest iteration of the 3DS has inspired little enthusiasm. In light of that, we found ourselves asking… who’s actually going to buy it? There have now been four generations of 3DS… within one generation. That doesn’t make sense, right? Nintendo has..