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Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga 3DS Review

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowsers Minions released today on the Nintendo 3DS; as the title is essentially broken into two components - Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga and Bowsers Minions - we though we would review each separately. Today, we are looking at the recreation of the Gameboy Advanced classic RPG title. Is grabbing it on the 3DS solely to replay this classic adventure worth it, regardless of the Bowsers Minions additions? We think so, read on to find out why!

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Metroid: Samus Returns Review

If you haven’t, please check out my Metroid: Samus Returns reviews-in-progress part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4. Today, I want to provide you with my full final review of Metroid: Samus Returns for the 3DS. Will Metroid fans love this game? If you’ve never played a Metroid game before, would this game be easy to get into? I’ll answer those questions while also, of course, letting you know if the game is good or not. Story has…

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Steamworld Dig 2 Review

Image & Form are one of the best Indie developers that create games for Nintendo Systems. So when they announced Steamworld Dig 2 for Nintendo Switch, I had no doubt that the game would be good. I just had to wonder how good it would be? Would the game be better than Steamworld Dig? Would it be better than Steamworld Heist? Better than both?

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Monster Hunter Stories Review

When I first saw Monster Hunter Stories in the Nintendo eShop, it was right around the day the demo landed, and everybody kept saying online, "It's Pokémon, but Monster Hunter." I was intrigued immediately, but that excitement was quickly quashed when I realized that Monster Hunter Stories is almost nothing like Pokémon at all. Then I played the demo, and a new wave of excitement passed through me. Monster Hunter Stories is not a game without a number of faults, but the overall package work really well, making it one of my favorite 3DS games this year.

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Chicken Wiggle Review

You may say to yourself: do I need a game called Chicken Wiggle in my life? And you may say to yourself: self, what is a Chicken Wiggle? I will attempt to answer both those questions in my review of Chicken Wiggle for the 3DS eshop.

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Miitopia Review

Miitopia is not Tomodachi Life. That said, there are some things they have in common and of course I will be mentioning Tomodachi Life some in this review. Don't worry though, you don't have to play Tomoadachi Life to understand Miitopia (or vice versa).

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Kid Tripp Review

I've played some good games in the runner genre and some bad ones too. Runners can be fun, despite the lack of control in movement, and there can be a lot of challenge and surprise to them. Kid Tripp is runner for the 3DS. Is it a good one, a bad one, or a just ok one?

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Hey! Pikmin Review

The Pikmin franchise has been one of Nintendo's best since the original title released many years ago on the Nintendo Gamecube. Since then, Nintendo has been careful to not over extend the franchise, but only releasing new titles every few years. Until 2017, Pikmin has lived and died on the home entertainment console, never finding its way to the Nintendo 3DS family of system. With the release of Hey! Pikmin, that all changes, as does the game's formula, to make it more appropriate for the handheld device.

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Ever Oasis Review

Ever Oasis is one of those titles that no amount of video, and no amount of dialogue with others will convince you to purchase and play it. This review, perhaps, might be one of those things that unfortunately is completely useless, unless you walk away going, "man, I need to play this game." But, I'm not sure I will be able to properly convey that to you, because Ever Oasis is a game that needs to be played, not read about, to fully appreciate.

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Runbow Pocket Review

The ways of Runbow Pocket for 3DS are heartless and unforgiving. You will die a lot in this game. And the game will make fun of you. Every. Single. Time. So why should you play such a heartless game? Why should you care about a game that is so cruel? Well...maybe because its fun too? Let's find out!

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