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A Nintendo Deal

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on February 25, 2014 in News

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Sometimes there is an offer that a company will put forth that seems almost too good to be true. For the month of March, however, the one the Nintendo is offering is 100% legit. They are offering Pokémon X or Pokémon Y to any person who happens to register a new portable console and a qualifying… Read More »


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Staff Picks 2013: Best Kid’s Games That Adults Will Love – Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on December 16, 2013 in News, Staff Picks

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Nominees: Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Disney Infinity, LEGO: Marvel Super Heroes, Rayman Legends One thing that the kids never expected to hear from their parents this year, was that they wanted to play the same game that they were playing on their Nintendo 3DS. When Animal Crossing: New Leaf came out in June of this… Read More »


Review: Mario Party Island Tour

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Nintendo is ready to party all over again and this time it’s an island party. The island party theme is a fun idea but references to the theme throughout the game don’t really extend beyond some boards having island shaped locations to hop between on the way to the end. This party can be played… Read More »


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Scribblenauts Unmasked: Keeping Things Fresh

Written by (@LadyPwncess) on September 17, 2013 in Opinion

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Scribblenauts has always been puzzle solving fun, and some might worry that series is starting to get stale. Just becoming the same game with a new coat of paint, but worry not, 5th Cell will not let that happen. While not changing up the general gameplay and things we have come to love about Scribblenauts,… Read More »


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N@P-052: Year of the Games Award

Written by (@itloo) on September 6, 2013 in Nerds@Play, Podcasts

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With PAX now at a close we here at the Nerds@Play, at least Michi and Melisa, are exhausted. Instead of talking about PAX news and such we decided to be unique and talk about something else. This week on Nerds@Play we come up with better uses of the 3DS Streetpass system, spoil Sharknado, and come… Read More »


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TMG-307 The Curious Life of a Gaming Handheld

Written by (@leftybrown) on August 4, 2013 in Married Gamers Podcast, Podcasts

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This week Chris and Kelly Brown delve into the curious life of the gaming handhelds, the Nintendo 3DS and PlayStation Vita. They are joined by Some Other Castle podcaster, Elaine Stryker, to discuss the benefits and challenges of both handheld platforms. They also discuss the great games available on both devices. All this plus our… Read More »


Review: Animal Crossing: New Leaf

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Planting flowers, catching bugs, fishing, catching a train to visit your friends; it is not every day that you can do this and make some money. That is unless you are spending time in your town on Animal Crossing: New Leaf. This is the newest iteration of the Animal Crossing games and it is available… Read More »


Review: Swords and Soldiers 3D

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E-shop games are kind of a weird partial frontier at the moment. The 3DS is stuck in a weird place where games should cost more (Luigi’s Mansion is well worth the $40 price of entry), but cell phone and iPad games draw immediate comparison. That line becomes even less clear with budget titles on the… Read More »


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PAX Impressions: Day 3

Written by (@phneri) on March 26, 2013 in Opinion, Pax East 2013

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Few things are like that feeling as three days of madness wind down into fatigue, sleep, and general apathy at a PAX. Hordes diminish to throngs, streetpasses are ignored, and chairs are filled up by exhausted, smelly, sleepy nerds. The vibe is almost infectious; I think I’d be tired today even if I had slept… Read More »


Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate

Written by on March 25, 2013 in

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It’s a bizarre hodgepodge of the old 2d metroidvania games with the console reboot’s mechanics, and the result is an overblown, muddled mess of a game. Read More…