Kirby: Planet Robobot

I find Kirby to be a terrifying being in himself (though that’s a topic for another article) but I still love the little guy, and I generally enjoy his starring titles. Kirby’s a pretty versatile character, with his games ranging from side-scrolling platform-puzzlers to soaring […]

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Hyrule Warriors Legends

Just a little disclosure before we begin, I am a huge Zelda nerd. The first console I ever owned was a NES, and one of the first games my parents ever bought me was the original Legend of Zelda. As I continued to grow up, […]

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Bravely Second: End Layer

I think it’s fair to say we each have quirks when it comes to what we enjoy in games—and, in saying that, sometimes these preferences can prevent us from enjoying an otherwise totally well-made game. For some players, it may be an exclusive interest in […]

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Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon

I’m not one of those Nintendo stalwarts who fill their 24 hour cycle speculating about finite details of upcoming games. To be honest, my interest in the main titles of the Pokémon franchise has started to wane. They are essentially the same ‘collect 8 badges,’ […]

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LEGO Marvel’s Avengers

LEGO and superheroes are always a good mix, both in toy bricks and in video game form. I was so excited to get my hands on LEGO Marvel’s Avenger because they are, without a doubt, the ultimate super crime fighting team. The Avengers group have […]

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Sweet Jesus, where do I start? Maybe with the fact that I’d feel a lot better about this game if it weren’t a full priced 3DS game. If it weren’t for the flimsy excuse for a story that were attached, I might have thought that […]

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Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden

I haven’t been satisfied with a Dragon Ball game for some years now. Where Dragon Ball Xenoverse took some long overdue steps in new directions, it wandered a little far from entertaining mechanics for my liking. Extreme Butōden, I hoped, would sit on the other […]

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Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX

As an avid rhythm gamer, I’m always on the lookout for a new title I can sink my teeth into. Unfortunately the number of games I find that fit the standards of what I’m looking for are few and far between. When I heard that […]

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Developer: Grezzo Platform(s): Nintendo 3DS Release: 14/02/2015 The main story of Majora’s Mask is standard apocalypse-averting Zelda fare though there’s so much more to the game what appears on the surface. While searching for Navi, the fairy that accompanied him during his adventures in Ocarina […]

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Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth

Developer: Atlus Platform(s): Nintendo 3DS Release: 04/12/2014 There can be a lot of hesitation when a crossover game is announced, particularly when each individual franchise is incredibly popular and has its own large fanbase. Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth combines the Persona and Etrian […]

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