Category Archive: 3DS Reviews

Nov 05 2014

Review of Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse

The only I knew about this series going in was that the main villain was named “Risky Boots”. That alone was enough to pique my interest.

Oct 03 2014

Review of Super Smash Bros. 3DS

A.K.A. Super Smash Bros. Meh-lee

Sep 10 2014

Review of Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

Halfbeard throws down some hint coins and some objections with our review of Professor Layton VS Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney.

Jun 30 2014

Review of Shovel Knight

I wasted all my digging puns on the Heads Up we did of this, long story short though: just go buy this game, it’s awesome.

Jun 23 2014

Review of Tomodachi Life

More of Mii than you can handle.

…ugh that was bad.

May 08 2014

Review of Kirby: Triple Deluxe

Nintendo’s recent efforts have gotten a mixed response from us this year, but at least I know I can always rely on HAL Labs and Kirby. The pink pudge-ball always seems to bring out the best of whatever system he’s on, using their unique features to create adventures that strongly evoke the older Kirby games …

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Apr 16 2014

Review of Rusty’s Real Deal Baseball

Nintendo knocks it right out of the park with their first attempt at an F2P game.

Mar 25 2014

Review of Yoshi’s New Island

While I’ve never been a huge fan of the Yoshi’s Island series, it’s a franchise I’ve always respected because just like the Kirby games, this is where Nintendo normally shows that they can innovate. They’ll take advantage of the character’s unsung status and throw in all sorts of weird mechanics and ideas that just wouldn’t …

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Mar 10 2014

Review of Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy

I sadly can’t claim to have played much of the Layton series in my time. I played a bit of the first game, The Curious Village, when it came out but aside from that it’s always been a franchise I’ve enjoyed from afar. I love the concepts behind it and the style of the presentation …

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Feb 27 2014

Review of Weapon Shop de Omasse

It’s time for yet another fantastic entry in Level 5’s GUILD01 series, in which they let various creative types put together a game. We’ve gotten crazy WW2 bug fighting from Keiji Inafune and heartfelt giant monster fights courtesy of Kaz Ayabe, but now we have an RPG viewed from the other side of the counter …

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