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Nintendo 3DS Game Reviews
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!
Kirby: Triple Deluxe has taught me to be careful what I wish for, because I may just get it.
As a dating sim, Conception 2 falls flat thanks to its bland characters and uninspired storyline.
Somehow, with Disney Magical World on the 3DS, Disney has managed to outdo itself with an experience so gentle it might put you to sleep.
Gaming's favorite green dinosaur has returned in Yoshi's New Island, which is the newest entry in the Yoshi franchise since Yoshi's Island DS for the Nintendo DS. Given the difference in capabilities between the Nintendo DS and the 3DS, we had rather high expectations for Yoshi's side-scrolling return. And with a title of "New Island," we were hoping that that this side-scrolling platformer headlined by Mario's sidekick would try to bring something new to the table. So let us see if Yoshi's still has what it takes to egg-cel in the modern era.
Completing Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy is a bittersweet experience. On one hand, it’s a pleasure to come back to the Layton gameplay that we all know and love. On the other hand, it’s the last time we will be doing so. This is, essentially, the end to the Layton series; a swan song for everyone’s favorite top-hatted sleuth. The game is perfectly crafted to push you closer to the end, and with it the answer to a mystery that has been built up over the last three titles. You’ll happily gobble up puzzle after puzzle, but as you fill out Layton’s suitcase and slowly uncover all the answers the game has to offer, you can’t help but be filled with an emptiness as you realize, this is really it.
The latest adventure starring Link is The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, a sequel to 1991's The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. This new journey features a new iteration of Link, Princess Zelda, the Master Sword and all of the trappings you've come to expect from a Legend of Zelda game, but with several improvements that makes this perhaps the best top-down Zelda game ever released.