Tagged:  3DS

Review: Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Written by on June 22, 2013 in


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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

Written by on May 31, 2013 in


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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 »


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…


StreetPassing at PAX East

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on March 25, 2013 in Opinion, Pax East 2013

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Head down, focused on the Nintendo handheld in hand, and with a purposeful look on the face. If you have never been somewhere a huge crowd of people are gathered with their Nintendo DS or 3DS, then you may be oblivious about StreetPass Mode. These Nintendo handheld gamers are meeting other people in a virtual… Read More »


What the Nook? - Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Written by (@mrsleftybrown) on March 13, 2013 in Opinion

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When I first started playing Animal Crossing on the Wii, four years ago, it became an obsession for me. I would find myself having to make sure that I would be home at certain times of the day for a special sale at Tom Nook’s store or wondering if something might happen within the General… Read More »

Review: Rabbids Rumble

Written by on February 15, 2013 in


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The name Rayman Raving Rabbids is something that many know from Ubisoft and it is synonymous with silly humor. The new 3DS game Rabbid Rumble does not waver from this much. The Rabbids are loose in the seven playable worlds and it is up to the player to capture over 100 of them through the mini games and using the AR card that comes with the game. Read More…

Review: LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes

Written by on June 23, 2012 in


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Okay folks, I’ll admit it. I’m a big kid. And as a big kid, three of my favorite things are video games, comic books, and LEGOs. So, when the superhero-styled team up of Traveller’s Tales and DC Comics came together for the first LEGO Batman … well, let’s just say I was a giddy little… Read More »

Review: Kid Icarus: Uprising

Written by on April 13, 2012 in


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According to Greek mythology, Icarus was the child of the brilliant craftsman Daedalus. One day, Daedalus brought his son a pair of wings crafted of wax and feathers, so that he could take flight so that he could escape the Labyrinth of Crete and get a new lease on life. Overcome with the gift of… Read More »

Review: Crush3D

Written by on April 6, 2012 in


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Despite the problems the system had during its lifespan, it’s hard to deny that Sony’s PSP was the home to a few really great games. One of my favorites was an underrated gem from Sega and developer Zoë Mode called Crush. Despite being a hit with critics, the game still flew under the radar of… Read More »