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RPG Maker FES Review

Have you ever wanted to create your own RPG adventure? RPG Maker FES from NIS America gives you the tools to create an RPG of your own. I've been playing RPG Maker for awhile now and I'm ready to give my opinon on the game. Will you want to create an RPG with RPG Maker FES?

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Farming Simulator 18 Review

Farming Simulator games have never been that strong on handhelds, and when I heard that Farming Simulator 18 was coming to the 3DS and PS Vita, I wasn't the least big excited. If your read our review of Farming Simulator 17, you'll know that we absolutely loved that game, stating that it combined all the elements of past Farming Simulator games that were well received, and left behind the problematic issues. When loading up Farming Simulator 18, I was hoping for something similar. Had Focus Home Entertainment and Giants found a way to push off those handheld ...

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Fire Emblem Echoes-Shadows of Valentia Review

Fire Emblem Echoes-Shadows of Valentia is the latest game in the Fire Emblem franchise. Last week I provided our readers with an in-depth look at the game with my review in progress. Please check out Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4. Today I want to give you my final review of the game. Is Fire Emblem Echoes-Shadows of Valentia a good game? Shadows of Valentia is huge game. It took me over 50 hours to complete it.…

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Dragon Sinker Review

Just because something is "retro inspired" doesn't always make it good. I've played some good retro inspired games and some pretty bad ones too. For me, a retro inspired game should be like an old game but doesn't have to completely ignore modern conveniences like "save anywhere" and multiple modes of difficulty.

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Mario Sports Superstars Review

When Nintendo launched the Mario Sports Remix on the Wii a number of years ago, I was super skeptical and assumed a mash-up of sports in a single game - ala the Winter and Sumer Olympic Game titles - would be a fairly short experience, with little replayability outside of parties with friends and family.

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Legna Tactica Review

Final Fantasy Tactics. Disaega. Fire Emblem. Legna Tactica. Wait. What was that last one? Legna Tactica is a brand new strategy rpg for the 3DS eshop. Much like the other games named, you’ll be moving your characters across squares in various levels. Legna Tactica shares a lot in common with the games I mentioned, but is it a good game or just a cheap rip-off of other strategy rpgs? Legna Tactica has way too much dialogue! Its similar to Fire…

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Lifespeed Review

When I bought my New 3DS, I knew there wasn’t many exclusive games for it. Still, I really wanted one of the systems because the SNES Virtual Console and also how the system improved on the internet browser. Its always great to see the occasional New 3DS exclusive game though! When I heard about Lifespeed coming to the New 3DS, I knew I wanted to review it. A fast racing game in the style of F-Zero for New 3DS?! I…

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Poochy and Yoshi’s Woolly World Review

When Yoshi's Woolly World launched on the Wii U last year it was met with high praise, and for good reason. Graphically, it was a masterpiece; the graphics were supported by outstanding sound and the great platforming elements we've come to expect from a quality Yoshi's title. With the release on 3DS, Nintendo has brought the Woolly world to a whole new audience.

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Dragon Quest 8 Review

Bringing all of these older Dragon Quest games to the Nintendo 3DS is a brilliant idea, and I'm loving every minute of it. Although Dragon Quest 8 doesn't boast the obvious improvements we saw in Dragon Quest 7

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Shift DX Review

In Shift DX for the 3DS, you manipulate an environment to solve each level. Turn the level upside down, grab a key to move things that are blocking your way or seek out the light bulb to make other things disappear.

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