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  • 20130323
    Catch a rising star!

    At first glance, Ristar might remind you of a certain blue hedgehog, well that’s because Sonic and Ristar both started from the same game concept. Sonic Team were making a game about a character that looked like a rabbit with ears that could extend and pick up objects, but then the game’s concept was then getting faster and faster and the concept of a rabbit would then be redesigned into the most famous hedgehog in the world, Sonic the Hedgehog. Years later, the...

    by SheldonRandoms - Comments: 6 - Views: 1289
  • 20130512
    Is the third time the charm for Mega Man?

    After the humongous success of Mega Man 2, it's no surprise Capcom decided to immediately start developing a sequel. Does Mega Man 3 succeed in once again improving the Mega Man formula, or is it a quick cash-in to capitalize on the popularity of it's predecessor? Let's find out!

    The story in Mega Man 3 is once again absent from most of the game, which is a shame since it's a bit more interesting than previous titles....

    by Capn' Pancakes - Comments: 5 - Views: 797
  • 20130326
    Many say zen pinball is the most complicated game to download on the eshop and they give this game a lower score because of it. its not hard at all. This is the greatest pinball game i have ever played. best table is sorcerers lair. Buy This Game, it is only 3 dollors per table. i give it a 9/10. The more friends you have in this game the better. Friend request me (nintendaholic).

    by nintendaholic - Comments: 8 - Views: 353
  • 20130331
    And the ever atrocious box art continues

    Mega Man 2
    Even though the original Mega Man failed to sell what Capcom had hoped, they decided to let Keiji Inafune, Mega Man's creator, develop a sequel. The game that came out as a result managed to surpass original game in every way. Mega Man 2 is regarded by many to be the finest entry in the Mega Man series for taking the superb concepts of the original...

    by Capn' Pancakes - Comments: 9 - Views: 1012
  • 20130405
    Every once in a while, you get a game that really sucks.

    Luigi has never been one to hog the spotlight. In fact, most of the time, he is in his brother's rather portly shadow. He's had two adventures of his own, one of which never happened, and the other being the original Luigi's Mansion. Luigi's Mansion was a game enjoyed by very few however, as many immediately wrote it off for not being a sequel to Mario 64. Statements...

    by Wonder_Mask - Comments: 4 - Views: 1207
  • 20130403
    Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate

    Monster Hunter 3 ultimate is an action/RPG game published by capcom. If you like adventure and have a lot of time, you'll probably love it. Overall it's very addictive and fun.

    Box art

    After you readed my awesome review and you decided to buy the game... (eventually...

    by Sir Anthony - Comments: 4 - Views: 1299
  • 20130318
    A quest to save bunnies from slavery and red flower-shaped steroids!

    Ah, Cave Story. An indie classic from 2004 that has been ported both Officially and Unofficially to a ton of platforms, even a calculator (seriously, google "cave story ti calculator")!
    So what makes this game so memorable and great? Let's get started.


    by Cyb3Rnite - Comments: 14 - Views: 817
  • 20130327
    Fight Mega Man, fight for everlasting peace!

    Mega Man
    Back in the 1980's, most platformers were a simple affair. You would run from left to right through a series of worlds, jumping over pits and avoiding obstacles. When Mega Man was released in 1987, it not only introduced us to one of the most iconic characters in gaming, but it also provided a fresh spin on the simple genre of platformers....

    by Capn' Pancakes - Comments: 12 - Views: 480
  • 20130321
    If you were a Nintendo fan back in 2009 you might have heard about a little Wii Ware game called La Mulana. The game was scheduled to be released in 2009, but a long series of delays pushed it back to 2011 where it was released in Japan, and cancelled for all other territories. One year afterwards, a new developer decided to publish the game on all but dead Wii Ware and give us Westerners a chance to finally try out the game. Was it worth the wait?

    by Capn' Pancakes - Comments: 6 - Views: 541
  • 20130325
    Nobody would want to catch this gingerbread man.

    Ninjabread Man, just the name alone would catch the attention of many people, but who would blame them; it sounds like a great concept for a game, a gingerbread man that’s a ninja sounds awesome. In the story, that wolf would have never ate the gingerbread man if he was a ninja. Now I was curious and never heard of this developer before, so I looked at the screenshots at the back of the box and it looked decent, so I found...

    by SheldonRandoms - Comments: 5 - Views: 1039
  • 20130324
    Switch it up!

    First came Mighty Flip Champs, then came Mighty Milky Way, now it’s time for Mighty Switch Force, while all of these games are part of the mighty series, they all have nothing in common, except for being great and original puzzle games with strict time limits, starring very attractive female leads and non- human characters (which I think are all male). But unlike the other two, this entry in the series was developed on the 3DS...

    by SheldonRandoms - Comments: 2 - Views: 1151
  • 20130324

    A Wild Ride Indeed

    ATV Wild Ride 3D is a remake of Renegade Kid's 2010 DS game ATV Wild Ride, but with added online, and a steal for eight dollars if you are into the racing genre.

    ATV Wild Ride has the usual modes that a racer would, a Grand Prix, a Single Race mode, and Time Trials. There are six Grand Prix races, called Tours with each at a different difficultly, with four races apiece. These...

    by Knuckles - Comments: 6 - Views: 344
  • 20130323
    Another Puzzle Solved

    Taking a huge leap from previous adventures, we see the brilliant Professor Hershel Layton make a triumphiant return sporting brand new 3D graphics. This latest game is the fifth in the Professor Layton series; improving on the previous formula of exploration and puzzle solving.
    This adventure takes young Layton, his hearty and cheerful apprentice Luke Triton, and his courageous and energetic assistant Emmy...

    by Professor Clayton - Comments: 8 - Views: 724
  • 20130318
    If you're a fan of Sega's Sonic the Hedgehog, (and you haven't been hiding under a rock for approximately ten years) then you'll most likely remember the anthropomorphic mammal's first actual foray into three dimensional platforming (3d blast should never count, ever). After the Dreamcast's very short run, Sega went 3rd party and started developing for other systems, such as the Playstation and the Gamecube. One of the most memorable games on the Gamecube was an enhanced port of Sonic Adventure, possibly the most well known game on the Dreamcast.

    The basic premise of the game is...

    by Wonder_Mask - Comments: 13 - Views: 708
  • 20130319
    An HD Masterpiece
    Alright,Just in case you Don't know what NSMBU is,It is a Wii U Launch Title.
    Anyway,On with the Review~
    NSMBU is Stunning. If that was all I could say about it,This Review would be over.

    One awesome Character. (With the Squirrel Suit at least~)
    Graphics: 9/10
    Gameplay: 10/10
    Replay Value: 10/10
    Overall: 10/10
    So there you have it,NSMBU is worth Every Coin. :3

    by NoUsernameHere - Comments: 6 - Views: 570
  • 20130313
    Roll on

    Dillon's Rolling Western was the light in the distance when it was announced in 2011; as the 3DS's eShop was mostly full of remakes and DSiWare games at this point. The announcement of Dillon's Rolling Western, Pushmo, and Freakyforms: Your Creations Alive made some people very excited, and these 3 games started off the 3DS's eShop, really, even if it was half a year after the 3DS update including the eShop had aired. Of the 3, however, Dillon's Rolling Western was Action/Adventure, while Pushmo was Puzzle and Freakyforms: Your Creations Alive was Creative, with...

    by KiDasharus - Comments: 2 - Views: 361
  • 20130312
    Super Clive Man

    When first announced, Gunman Clive's transition from Android to 3DS managed to turn a few curious heads, but was ignored by most people. It sold reasonably well on Android systems, among others, and had its fans. This game is one that would fly under most gamer's watches, because it is seemingly 'just another platformer'. Gunman Clive however, is better than your average platformer.
    Combining the clever platforming aspects of Super Mario Bros. and the Run and Gun action found in Mega Man, Gunman...

    by Professor Clayton - Comments: 5 - Views: 348
  • 20130308
    A bit faster than your average Mario Kart

    F-Zero is no doubtably an incredibly fast game, but it's easy to learn the basics fast, as it's much simpler than any of the modern Mario Karts, if we're going for comparison. To start off, there are 3 things you can do from the title screen: Grand Prix, Practice, or Record. Records will obviously take you to your fastest times on one of the 15 tracks, spread out between 3 Leagues. If you select Grand Prix or Practice, you will have to pick one of 4 cars to play as. You may think this as too few selections, but it's actually...

    by KiDasharus - Comments: 9 - Views: 378
  • 20130307
    DLC is a wonderful inclusion to this game as well. Individual BMS, and FMS are on sale for $0.99 each. You can pick and choose from the dozens of available songs and find your favorites.
    A unique scoring system rounds thid game out, with a range from F to SSS. SSS requires a perfect run, with no mistakes, and no items equipped.

    Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is one of the best releases so far on the 3DS, and manages to incorporate multiple wonderful games into one. The high production values and wonderful soundtrack can evoke emotion from veterans, and...

    by Professor Clayton - Comments: 4 - Views: 279
  • 20130307
    Modern Memories
    Final Fantasy is a long lasting series that dates back to over 25 years ago. Throughout the years, many fans have played these wonderful RPGs, enjoying the rollercoaster of a story in each new game. The series reached its 25th anniversary last year, and as such, released a special anniversary game; bringing the series to the 3DS.
    Theatrhythm Final Fantasy is almost a pure music game. Entirely touch screen controlled, you tap and slide your way through all of the main story Final Fantasy games, accompanied...

    by Professor Clayton - Comments: 3 - Views: 351
  • 20130304
    Reviews are new and improved! Now you can create your own thread for every game you review! You can also add comments to specific reviews to prevent clutter! :3

    by Professor Clayton - Comments: 14 - Views: 305

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