Whether its praises are being sung or its being condemned as too odd of a departure from the series roots, anyone who has an opinion about The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is passionate about it. Divisive as it may be, Majora’s Mask is an important game in the Zelda series; not for its technical innovations, but for its storytelling and gameplay achievements. Majora’s Mask changed the way Zelda games told a story, and how the player progressed through it.
Nintendo 3DS Game Reviews
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate finally hooked me into the entire Monster Hunter series. I now understand why this franchise has so many die-hard fans, and I get why hundreds of hours are spent roaming the hills and deserts looking for new prey.
Streamlined trials notwithstanding, Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy is a fantastic way to live or re-live the best Phoenix Wright games in the series.
Sonic Boom: Shattered Crystal isn’t the game that is going to save the franchise by any means, but this isn’t another Sonic ‘06.
Tenkai Knights: Brave Battle is based on the Cartoon Network animated series, and although it's essentially hack-and-slash fighter, the Tenkai universe infuses this adventure with some much needed flavor.
Super Smash Bros. is a must-buy for anyone who owns a 3DS and who has ever cared about anything Nintendo ever.
Theatrhythm is all about rekindling your love for the entire series and to spark interest for its lesser known titles that have niche followings.
See why Layton vs. Ace Attorney is a true marriage of both games' signature styles coming together in one grand adventure.
Shovel Knight, if nothing else, is an amazing love letter to the days of gaming’s past.
In the mood for a game so gentle and low-risk it makes The Sims seem like a pulse-pounding thrill ride? Or how about something so nonsensical it makes Katamari Damacy seem like an episode of ‘Antiques Roadshow’? Well, if easy and weird is how you like it, Nintendo’s Tomodachi Life may be just the Mii Rap Simulator/news program for you!