New Pokémon Snap Nintendo Switch Review

By Grayshadow, 03 May 2021

Since releasing on the N64 Pokemon Snap has been a cult classic among gamers and after go

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    Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey 3DS Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 12 Jan 2019

    The Mario & Luigi series has seen incredible popularity since its debut with Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story&

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    Kirby Star Allies Nintendo Switch Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 24 Mar 2018

    The Kirby franchise hasn't been known for being challenging. What the series is notorious for is delivering an entertaining experience within a colorful and creative world.&nb

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    Pokémon Crystal Version 3DS Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 28 Jan 2018

    Like the first generation of Pokémon games, Pokémon Crystal Version is the next game to release on the 3DS virtual console to complete the second gene

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    Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 27 Oct 2017

    Super Mario Odyssey shows exactly what makes a 3D Mario game great. It constantly surprises you with new ways to use your existing ability with inventive mechanics within the expe

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    Metroid: Samus Returns Nintendo 3DS Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 14 Sep 2017

    Other than some minor additions and changes Metroid: Samus Returns maintains the same formula. This is a good thing as the Metroid formula has aged well and although this isn'

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    Pokémon Sun and Moon Nintendo 3DS Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 21 Nov 2016

    Pokémon Sun and Moon is the latest iteration in the 20-year old franchise that makes some significant changes to the established formula. The game remains loyal to its core

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    SteamWorld Heist Review

    By Woozie, Posted 22 Jul 2016

    SteamWorld Dig kept me busy for a couple of hours due to its interesting mixture of gameplay elements and visual charm. After several more spent in the company of SteamWorld Heist

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    Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam

    By Grayshadow, Posted 03 Feb 2016

    The Mario & Luigi RPG and Paper Mario series have always existed in separate universe, now in Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam these two distinct franchises have now combined into

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    GameLoading: Rise of the Indies

    By Daavpuke, Posted 01 May 2015

    Ever since Indie Game: The Movie cataloged the forerunners of the independent development golden age, people have been easily entertained by documentaries surrounding that topic.

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    Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin

    By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Apr 2015

    While its brand is blowing up in a major way, Lego Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin still sees the toy line’s lesser known items go to handhelds. Given the action adventure’s

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    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

    By Grayshadow, Posted 17 Feb 2015

    After the successful re-release of Ocarina of Time on the 3DS in 2011, Nintendo has decided to do the same with the other N64 Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. This

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    Toys vs. Monsters

    By Daavpuke, Posted 07 Feb 2015

    There isn’t a lot of bite left in tower defense. Every other game bends itself sideways just to see an original grain against its peers. While Toys vs. Monsters doesn’

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    Quell Reflect

    By c_rake, Posted 14 Mar 2014

    It’s often the easiest solutions that solve the hardest problems. In Quell Reflect the reverse is also true: that the easiest problems are solved by the hardest solutions. D

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    Gunman Clive

    By Woozie, Posted 10 Mar 2014

    iOS ports on the PC tend to be rather hit-or-miss; some are done in a decent fashion, while others have little justification for being on the PC in the first place. The journey of

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    Senran Kagura Burst

    By Daavpuke, Posted 02 Mar 2014

    It’s weird how a gimmick can remain so central to a whole, such as the case is for Senran Kagura Burst, which uses blatant sexual imagery as an angle, but otherwise doesn&rs

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    Ace Mathician

    By Daavpuke, Posted 19 Aug 2012

    Edutainment always walks a tightrope between being dreadfully boring and not being educational enough or horribly pandering. Ace Mathician is not any of that, as the education asp

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    Pokémon Black and White

    By azn_pride, Posted 31 May 2011

    Pokémon Black/White's story has become practically standard for any Pokémon game: In a new region (dubbed Unova), you're a kid trainer who's aiming to be

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    Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr.'s Journey 3DS Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 12 Jan 2019

    The Mario & Luigi series has seen incredible popularity since its debut with Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story&

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    Pro Evolution Soccer 2013

    By azn_pride, Posted 25 Sep 2012

    Is there still room in the competitive world of yearly sports iterations for the newcomer or non-fanatic? If so, then Pro Evolution Soccer 2013 (PES) does a bad job at clarifying

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    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D

    By Grayshadow, Posted 13 Aug 2011

    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time is a well-defined game that has been praised by consumers and critics as being one of the greatest games of all time. What it came out in 1998

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    Star Fox 64 3D

    By Grayshadow, Posted 10 Sep 2011

    It was in 1997 when Star Fox 64 first blessed the Nintendo 64 with a well-crafted and addicting adventure that appealed to both casual and dedicated gamers. Fox McCloud is back an

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    Metroid: Samus Returns Nintendo 3DS Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 14 Sep 2017

    Other than some minor additions and changes Metroid: Samus Returns maintains the same formula. This is a good thing as the Metroid formula has aged well and although this isn'

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    Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed

    By Daavpuke, Posted 06 Dec 2012

    Despite an ever-waning interest from its peers, Sega can still show its better side with some lovingly constructed games, such as Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (SART).

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    Lego Lord of the Rings

    By Daavpuke, Posted 17 Dec 2012

    The Lego franchise is still churning out titles left and right in 2012. After Lego Batman 2, Lego Lord of the Rings is the second of these games to implement a sort of open world

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    Marvel Trading Card Game

    By Daavpuke, Posted 26 Jul 2010

    What could be better than reading comics? Playing with comics and seeing those characters dance to your will. That is, in theory at least. I'll try to keep it brief: Marvel

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    Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon

    By Grayshadow, Posted 25 Mar 2013

    Back in 2002 Luigi was given a second chance to star in his own adventure called Luigi’s Mansion, and although it was a short journey it won the hearts of critics and fans.

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    Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Review

    By Grayshadow, Posted 27 Oct 2017

    Super Mario Odyssey shows exactly what makes a 3D Mario game great. It constantly surprises you with new ways to use your existing ability with inventive mechanics within the expe

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    Toys vs. Monsters

    By Daavpuke, Posted 07 Feb 2015

    There isn’t a lot of bite left in tower defense. Every other game bends itself sideways just to see an original grain against its peers. While Toys vs. Monsters doesn’

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    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D

    By Grayshadow, Posted 17 Feb 2015

    After the successful re-release of Ocarina of Time on the 3DS in 2011, Nintendo has decided to do the same with the other N64 Zelda, The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. This

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    Harvest Fishing a.k.a River King: Mystic Valley

    By Daavpuke, Posted 17 Oct 2011

    Putting the word ‘harvest’ in front of any game revolving in the slightest towards the farming culture has paid off for games in the past. Harvest Fishing tells the un

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