Category: 3DS Review

The original Blaster Master came out for the first generation Nintendo a year after I was born, making it almost thirty years old today. Since then, other entries in the series have been released across Sega Genesis, GameBoy, PlayStation, and others, leading up to the recent Blaster Master Zero on Nintendo Switch and 3DS. Old […]

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Okay. So. I was going to review Poochy and Yoshi’s Wooly World for 3DS, but then we all started this thing called the Zelda Book Report we came up with during our podcast. Soooooooo needless to say, while I did play Wooly World on 3DS and loved it, I’m in no position to actually review […]

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Sunny skies. Beautiful beaches. Shirtless professors. To be honest, I was worried about this Pokémon game when it was first announced. I was so in love with Pokémon as a kid, getting lost in its adventures and seemingly limitless joy. I was worried that Pokémon would go down the road of so many other franchises […]

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You’re one of the most creative video game companies in existence. You just saw a huge mega hit in 2015 with Super Mario Maker. Unfortunately, your console is about as popular as vegan cookies in a bake sale. What do you do? Of course! You shrink it down and shove it on the 3DS! Seriously, […]

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I know it’s a simple gathering quest that I’ve taken on, but there seems to be something lurking nearby… I’m mining and gathering resources, always careful as I’m entering a new section of the map. I’m searching all around for unique mushrooms, my current quest item, and while doing so I’m picking off packs of […]

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Before I dive into this review, I have a cautionary tale that is related and ties into my overall score: One fine day, well over a month ago, I was browsing the eShop for a new title to play on my 3DS. It was then that I stumbled upon SteamWorld Heist by Image and Form. […]

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I’m a huge fan of Rhythm Heaven games. If you’ve ever listened to the opening seconds of our incredible podcast, you’d understand. Rhythm Heaven Megamix is definitely a rarity. On one hand, it’s one of those games that you can almost judge exclusively by its cover. It’s simple, it’s beautiful, and it’s exceptionally well made. […]

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Bravely Second combines all the ingredients that make a great RPG into a compelling and fun 3DS game. It’s got a great storyline with diverse characters, interesting and unique character classes, a gorgeous art style, and a seriously fun turn-based combat system. Bravely Second takes place two years after the events of the first game […]

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