When I played Pokemon for the first time, I was blown away by the sense of adventure, the giant world, the myriad of monsters to capture, the sheer number of characters to interact
Fossil Fighters is a Nintendo franchise that not a lot of people talk about. Starting out on the DS, the game was touted as a Pokemon-like experience using Dinosaurs (known as Vivosaurs in the Fossil
Disclaimer: For brevity's sake, I will simply refer to Code Name S.T.E.A.M. as Code Name Steam for the duration of this review.
Intelligent Systems, the developer behind both the Fire Emblem and Pushmo franchises, has created Code Name
We are as children when we play this game, playing \"hero\", being heroes, thinking about the ultra-cool fights that await us in the future, and just being excited to keep learning and keep applying what
Growing up, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time was my favorite game in the series, and to this day, it still is. Maybe it\'s a touch of nostalgia, maybe it was because
One man studio Hörberg Productions released the original Gunman Clive a couple years ago on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for only $2. The title was heavily inspired by 80s classics (Mega Man, Super
Throughout my playthrough of Citizens of Earth, I was continually enthralled by all the ideas that went into creating the title. I fell in love with the characters, dialogue, and world. The battle
Overall it\'s important to stress that Battle Miner is not a Minecraft clone, nor does it try to be beyond its looks.
After only fourteen hours playing through Pokémon Alpha Sapphire, I was stunned to see the credits rolling down the screen. After all, the Hoenn region had always been my favorite, and I recalled
Few characters in Fantasy Life ever spout out any more than one or two identical lines, and even fewer have any significance to the life of the player. Considering that life is about meeting new
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Despite a limited number of songs and an incredibly small number of game modes, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy garnered critical praise when it first launched two years ago. Its sequel is now here, packing
Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright is an entertaining crossover and a strong addition to the 3DS library. The two games and their mechanics complement each other well, laying the foundation for improvements to both series;
Everything you love about the genre, only slower and a bit boring.