3DS Reviews (Page 6)
Here's a tip: don't accept wooden stars
March 6, 2015 - Mario vs Donkey Kong is back and for the first time it's not exclusively for handheld. Tipping Stars features the gameplay of its predecessor Mini-Land Mayhem combined with a level editor and rewarding community mechanics. Should you let your minis march yet again or is it not worth winding up the little fellows this time around?
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Nintendo unearths and revitalizes some ancient treasures
February 9, 2015 - Kids today with their Wii U and 3DS don't understand what constituted as fun back in the early '80s. Ironically enough, they can now find out on their 3DS by downloading this collection of eleven Game & Watch classics.
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Grade three math homework: the video game
February 3, 2015 - If you've ever wanted to take simple math equations to the next level then here's a game for you. Sumico combines math with path-drawing puzzle mechanics to make one intriguing game. But, does it add up to warrant your undivided attention?
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Hasta la vista, alien scum!
January 27, 2015 - It's hard to believe how well some games still hold up after decades have passed since their initial release. Almost 25 years ago, this 2D scrolling shooter came out for the NES and it remains a must-play for fans of the genre.
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Twin stick shooting with only one stick
January 23, 2015 - Zombies and twin stick shooters go together like peanut butter and brain jelly. Undead Storm Nightmare is yet another zombie-slaying shooter that boasts an interesting mix of gameplay mechanics but is that enough to compel you to survive another apocalypse?
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The tale of a heartbroken anthropomorphic blue ball
January 9, 2015 - Games that require you to use your brain to solve practical puzzles are few and far between. Adventures of Lolo is a classic puzzler that will make you scratch your head until your hair falls out. However, nothing feels more rewarding than mastering each challenge that this delightful game will present to you along the journey.
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Dave seriously needs to go to rehab
January 7, 2015 - Very few games succeed in recreating the look and feel of the retro arcade era quite like Woah Dave! does. You'll find yourself playing over and over again while trying to beat your high score without the burden of opening a roll of quarters.
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Mario's back and now he fits nicely in your pocket
December 30, 2014 - Mario has come a long way since the NES era but that time is still worth reminiscing about. Super Mario Bros. Deluxe is a portable version of the original Super Mario game with a load of extras that will keep you entertained for hours of Goomba-stomping fun.
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So, what am I supposed to do next?
December 21, 2014 - Fairune may look like a basic retro action RPG, but looks can be deceiving. Besides battling foes and leveling up, you will find yourself lost in plenty of obtuse lateral-thinking quests and spend most of your time simply asking, "What do I do now?"
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The Olympic Games come to River City
December 12, 2014 - Crash and the boys are about to kick some rich kid ass in this no-holds-barred contest of strength. Featuring five unique track and field events (that mostly involve physical violence); you must truly be the best around to reign supreme among River City's toughest.
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