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Category Archives: 3DS

Another Shipment of Nintendo Games Stolen in the UK

A shipment of Nintendo games has been stolen in England, the second time this has happened in less than a year. The theft occurred between 9 PM on April 13 and 7 AM on April 14, according to a statement

These Are Nintendo’s 10 Best-Selling Wii U and 3DS Games, Ranked

As part of its earnings report, Nintendo updated its lists of best-selling Wii Uand 3DS games to reflect the additional copies sold during the latest quarter. On Wii U, Mario Kart 8 still leads the way, selling 7.5 million copies,

A game about a game inside a game: You should be playing The Magic Circle

Explore the inner workings of a game stuck in two decades of development hell, and save it from its own creators  Format: PC/PS4   Price: $19.99 / £15.99   Release date: Out now  A lot can happen in 15 years. A child

Zelda and Monster Hunter 4 Limited Edition New 3DS XL Unboxing

We take a look at the Majora’s Mask and Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Edition New 3DS XLs. Check out our full New 3DS XL review for more info.

GS News – $114,000 Kickstarter Goes Dark; The Order Is A $100 Steak?

Ready at Dawn compare The Order: 1886 to fine dining, and Nintendo say releasing the regular-sized New Nintendo 3DS would confuse the US market.

What’s New in SMT x Fire Emblem and Fire Emblem 3DS?

Shin Megami Tensei x Fire Emblem still exists! Peter and Justin breakdown the elusive title as well as the intriguing 3DS Fire Emblem game.

The Legend of Legacy Review

The Legend of Legacy won’t coddle you. Although it may look like another familiar RPG in the style of olderDragon Quest and Final Fantasy titles, Legend of Legacy is a sprawling adventure where combat can get more than a little

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Review

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is a drastic departure from series tradition, and at times, it shows real potential, with clever design rivaling the best of the series’ past. But those moments are few and far between. The

Yo-Kai Watch Review

At first glance, Yo-kai Watch resembles Pokemon: you collect cute–and sometimes terribly ugly–critters, battle them against other critters, and use your newfound masterdom of said critters to defeat your nemesis. But Yo-kai Watch adds some interesting wrinkles to the formula,

SteamWorld Heist Review

SteamWorld Heist is the successor to 2013’s SteamWorld Dig, but rather than expand on that game’s mix of action and crafting mechanics, Heist delivers tense turn-based combat from a 2D perspective. It capitalizes on this new approach with engrossing mechanics

Final Fantasy Explorers Review

A mashup of Final Fantasy elements built with the framework of creature-tracking games such as Monster Hunter, Final Fantasy Explorers takes the best of both worlds and whips up a work of fan service so pure, it’s almost saccharine. Although

Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam Review

Paper Jam is a well-executed amalgam of Nintendo’s two active Mario RPG series, where the two-dimensional cast and papercraft creations of Paper Mario unknowingly invade the lands of Mario & Luigi. Both properties have four releases apiece, going back to

Get Your Latest Free Mythical Pokemon Now

This year’s free Pokemon giveaway continues, and now that it’s May, it’s time to add another to your collection. Each month through the end of the year, you can get a free Mythical Pokemon for Pokemon X/Y or Pokemon Omega

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest Review

I went into Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest with the understanding that it was a more difficult strategy RPG than its counterpart, Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright. I vowed to challenge myself and play in Classic mode–where characters who die in battle

Fire Emblem Fates: Revelation Review

Of all three Fire Emblem Fates titles, Revelation is the most rewarding. It marries the best parts of sister titles Birthright and Conquest, offering varying maps with complex and often interactive terrain, as well as ample opportunities to grind for

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright Video Review

I never quite knew what to expect in Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, but I knew what I wanted. I wanted to destroy my enemies. I wanted my army to trust me, and I wanted them to be happy. And I

Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright Review

I never quite knew what to expect in Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright, but I knew what I wanted. I wanted to destroy my enemies. I wanted my army to trust me, and I wanted them to be happy. And I

Project X Zone 2 Review

Crossover fan-service is a powerful force. It’s why a lengthy turn-based strategy game like Project X Zone 2partly succeeds. It takes advantage of its laundry list of characters from companies Capcom, Bandai Namco, and Sega and pulls them together, creating

Hyrule Warriors Legends Review

Murdering gangs of Gorons on the bus might not be what you’d expect to do on a Sunday, but Nintendo’s next major 3DS game lets you do just that. The 2014 Wii U release, Hyrule Warriors, took the Dynasty Warriorstemplate

Bravely Second: End Layer Review

Bravely Second: End Layer is a sweeping adventure through Celtic myths, pirate legends, and science-fiction fairy tales. It’s an ambitious amalgam, and in other cases, might approach overkill. But while poor writing and forced plot points impede this journey’s momentum,