As Link flew in, a flurry of snow kicked up during a Lynel’s attempt on my life, and I couldn’t help but notice a V of birds flying overhead aimed towards the sun setting over a distant ocean. Even when I was having my rear […]

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Dragon Ball Fusions

Fusions is one of the most interesting Dragon Ball games to emerge in years. It feels like a forgone conclusion for a Dragon Ball game to abide by the fighting genre, while the few that stray are predetermined to be low-budget off-shoots to sweep under […]

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Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS

Mario Maker has been covered on the site before and, unsurprisingly, it was very well received. It was a polished, level building toybox of Mario level building blocks, which has been updated to include so much more than what was originally released. What’s not to […]

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7th Dragon III Code: VFD

I had some initial concerns about reviewing 7th Dragon III Code: VFD as it’s the last game in a series that’s been popular in Japan, but the first instalment to ever be localised by Sega for the West. I wasn’t sure if I would need […]

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Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse

To the fans of the core Shin Megami Tensei (SMT) series of JRPGs by developer Atlus, I believe I am the worst kind of person – a Persona fan. My first foray into this series was with the popular spin-off, Persona 4. After adoring every […]

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Pokémon Moon

I enjoyed Pokémon Moon a whole lot more than I was expecting to, but that doesn’t mean it’s a perfect game. Far from it, in fact; I would say that Moon (and likely Sun, since the stories will probably be the same with some ‘mons […]

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Just Dance 2017

There was one big question hanging over everyone’s head at the end of 2015 – “Will there be another Just Dance game?” Ok, so maybe it was not quite the “Who shot JR?” of this generation, but it was certainly a question circulating the interwebs. […]

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Rhythm Paradise Megamix

It should be noted that I have no rhythm; at least, I don’t anymore. Once upon a time, in years gone by, I would be at the arcade playing DDR fairly often, or sitting around my bedroom regularly playing Rockband or Guitar Hero. I wasn’t […]

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Mario Party Star Rush

Mario Party Star Rush is yet another new direction for the old board game/mini-game collection mash-up. New modes and an emphasis on boss fights make Star Rush feel like a suitably distinct hand-held entry in the series so many years into its pedigree. With plenty […]

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It’s that time again! For fans of the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney series, the latest instalment titled “Spirit of Justice” made its way out at the beginning of September. It’s crazy to think that all the way back in 2001, we were introduced to this […]

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