Despite a limited number of songs and an incredibly small number of game modes, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy garnered critical appraise 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.
Don't blink. Don't even blink. Blink and you're dead.
A repetitive, inconsistent good time.
Perhaps it was at the point when I saw Chuck Norris doing yoga with Batman, the Joker, and Barack Obama or maybe it was when Princess Peach was rejected by Peter Griffin. At some
It's amazing how, after twenty-two years of games, that Kirby can still offer a fresh experience, despite never leaving the second dimension for his main titles. I love how Kirby, as opposed to Mario
Going into Yoshi's New Island, I wasn't expecting very much. I thought it was going to be a simple cash grab that would siphon off the success of Yoshi's Island for SNES. The
Brilliance that falls short.
Having played every Professor Layton game released, I have seen both the highs and the lows of the franchise and it saddens me that Azran Legacy marks the last title featuring the infamous
The Ace Attorney series has become a bit of a cult favorite in the eyes of many players in recent years. Aside from a slew of memes based on the games, the series
Bravely Default is a game that excites me about the future of the JRPG genre. It takes the standard JRPG that we have grown used to, adds in several new features, and modernizes
Let's get the first bit of sacrilege out of the way: I never played the original Chibi-Robo on Gamecube. During that time, I did have a Gamecube, but I didn't really find much
The Mario Party franchise and I have always had a rocky relationship. I love its charming aesthetics and generally fun mini-games, but its focus on luck and random “surprises” always left a sour