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Yo-Kai Watch 3 Review

Although the Yo-Kai Watch franchise is gaining some traction in the West - more so in Europe and less so in the United States and Canada - there are still many gamers and anime fans out there who know little, if anything, about the franchise itself. To them, the name Jibanyan and Whisper mean nothing, and if you mention the town of Springdale, most people are likely to ask, "Do you mean Springfield, like in the Simpsons?" Yet, these games continue to make their way West, and more and more fans are jumping on board, and for good reason. Let's take a look at ...

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Mario and Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story + Bowser Jr’s Journey Review

In my preview for Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser's Jr's Journey I mentioned that I had never played Bowser's Inside Story before. So when it came time to do my review, I decided to not compare the game to the original. In fact, I decided to not compare the game to previous Mario & Luigi games at all. Basically I wanted to ask: Is Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey a good game(s)?

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WarioWare Gold Review

I’ve been playing video games for a few decades now, and I’m ashamed to admit that I’ve never played a WarioWare game in my life. When the game launched a few weeks ago, I began watching video of our good friend Abdallah Smash, and instantly thought, “That looks like a lot of fun.” Well, now I have played it; what did I think? Let’s dive in!

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Dragon Lapis Review

I’ve been enjoying Dragon Lapis for the 3DS a lot. Check out my preview of the game here. And now its time for my review of Dragon Lapis. Is this a 3DS rpg that you’ll want to download? I like how Dragon Lapis starts with a cutscene that gives us background into its world. As the game continues, we get a lot more world building and interesting plot twists. All of the characters in this game are unique and fun…

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Detective Pikachu Review

Even if you are not a long time fan of the Pokémon franchise, there is one thing you probably do know: Pokémon don’t talk to humans and humans don’t talk to Pokémon. Sure, based on emotions of a Pokémon - or even their actions - a good trainer can determine what a Pokémon is thinking or feeling; but to actually talk to one? That is basically unheard of. So when we learned about the popular Japanese Detective Pikachu and that it was going to be brought over to the West, I was incredibly skeptical. I wasn’t onboard with talking Pikachu. So how did this colour ...

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Machine Knight Review

There are not too many developers releasing 3DS eshop games at anymore. Most of the developers have switched over to the Switch. One of the developers that it is still putting out games for the 3DS is KEMCO. Their newest game for the system is called Machine Knight. It is a jrpg. What do I think of it? Read on to find out! Machine Knight has an interesting story, although I do wish it had a little less dialogue. The…

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Squareboy Vs. Bullies: Arena Edition Review

I reviewed Squareboy Vs. Bullies: Arena Edition on the Nintendo Switch. I thought the game was good but not a great game. Last week, Squareboy was brought to the Nintendo 3DS. Is the game better on the 3DS, not as good, or should you avoid the game altogether on this system? Squareboy Vs. Bullies is not a horrible beat ’em up, but if you have a Nintendo Switch and a 3DS, you should buy this game on the Switch. The…

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Pokémon Ultra Sun & Pokémon Ultra Moon Review

The typical Pokémon generation of video games has been highlighted by two initial releases, followed by one ‘complete’ release. You had Pokémon Red and Blue, and then Pokémon Yellow. You had Gold and Siler, and then Crystal. You had Diamond and Pearl, and then Platinum, and so on. Until the release of Black and White, followed up by Black 2 and White 2, Game Freak has stuck to this generational system. Not until now has Game Freak again released sequels to their most popular title, rather than a ‘complete’ edition. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon are ...

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Mario Party: The Top 100 Review

Mario Party titles have been on the downswing in recent years, with things beginning to fall off the rails around Mario Party 6 or 7. While the final three installments of the franchise have still been great fun - and we reviewed them all fairly well - there was still something missing that the previous titles all had. Once thing, though, that Nintendo has never stalled out on, within the Mario Party franchise, are the mini games. When compared to any other home party title, Mario Party has some of the best - if not these best - mini games available, and to ...

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Worcle Worlds Review

I played a demo of Worcle Worlds awhile back. I thought it was very good then and couldn’t wait until it came out. And now here it is! Is Worcle Worlds for 3DS as good as its demo? Lets find out! Worcle Worlds for 3DS is a very addictive puzzle game. Lightwood Games has always done a great job with word puzzle games, but I think this may be their best game yet. In Worcle Worlds, you must create words…

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