Category Archive: 3DS Reviews

Dec 10 2015

Review of SteamWorld Heist

‘While there are some issues of muddled tone and weak storytelling to contend with, overall SteamWorld Heist is a fun light strategy game and nice step forward for this indie franchise.”

Nov 09 2015

Review of Yo-Kai Watch

Even something as monumental and long-lasting as Pokémon needs a successor, and Yo-Kai Watch aims to be just that, or at least that’s how Nintendo has been positioning this recent release from Level 5 which has garnered a massive fanbase back in Japan. While obviously it’s still too early to tell if the game will …

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Jul 30 2015

Review of Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight

“There’s no individual component of Etrian Odyssey 2 Untold that I think is especially remarkable, but taken as a whole I found it surprisingly comfortable, compelling, and incredibly well-executed.”

Jun 22 2015

Review of Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons Super Mario Bros. Edition

One of the two games in this package manages to not feel like a grindy mobile game and to my surprise it wasn’t the one centered around everyone’s favourite plumber.

Apr 07 2015

Review of Etrian Mystery Dungeon

I got more or less exactly what I was hoping for out of Etrian Mystery Dungeon, with it paying full respect to both its parental franchises and carrying forward their strengths, creating an interesting and unique experience all its own.

Mar 25 2015

Review of Fossil Fighters: Frontier

Much like the disparate bits of French and Japanese I learned in high school, time has caused me to forget more or less everything I knew about dinosaurs.

Mar 11 2015

Review of Code Name S.T.E.A.M.

The tank’s sadly only half full.

Feb 04 2015

Review of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D

It turns out you can go home again, just don’t stay for too long, the moon doesn’t look happy.

Dec 03 2014

Review of Pokémon Omega Ruby/Alpha Sapphire

Pokémon is still Pokémon, film at eleven.

Nov 18 2014

Review of Fantasy Life

Apparently the best thing about generic fantasy kingdoms are their incredibly low unemployment rates.

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