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Nintendo Debut Nine New Pokémon for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon!

Are you looking forward to the new Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon games for 3DS? Here is a press release (and trailer) detailing more of the new Pokemon for the game! SPOILERS! ” New Alola Region Pokémon and Details about the Legendary Pokémon Zygarde Revealed Bellevue, Washington – July 1, 2016 – The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo today revealed new Pokémon that can be found in the highly anticipatedPokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon video games, available exclusively on the…

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Preparing For A Trip Through Time: A Look at the 7th Dragon III Code: VFD 3DS Demo

I love stories involving time travel. One of my all-time favorite games is Chrono Trigger. So when I heard about 7th Dragon III Code: VFD for 3DS, a game where a group of hunters go back in time to find some dragons, I was definitly interested in it. The videos looked good. Though, as always, I prefer to get hands-on with a game through a demo rather than just looking at online footage. And just as I was thinking about…

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Super Mario RPG Launches on Wii U Today

One of the best RPG games ever created will launch on the North America Wii U Virtual Console today for the reasonable price of $7.99. Of all the games that Nintendo has put onto the Virtual Console, this SNES classic is by far the best. My weekend has just been lost completely, and if I didn’t have an obligation to review LEGO Star Wars, I would probably play this non-stop! Super Mario RPG was an outstanding game when it first…

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Infinite Dunamis Review

Infinite Dunamis is the latest rpg from Kemco for the 3DS. I’m very happy that the company continues to bring rpgs to the system. How good is Infinite Dunamis? Here’s my review!

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More Thoughts From Me #23: Time to Explore!

Recently, I got Final Fantasy Explorers when it was on sale at Amazon. I had resisted the game for awhile because I wasn’t sure if I’d like it. But at $20, the game was too hard to resist anymore. Thankfully, I didn’t make a mistake getting the game. Here’s why I like Final Fantasy Explorers so much! I’m a big fan of Final Fantasy. Well, I should say I’m a big fan of the older Final Fantasy with the turn-based…

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More Thoughts From Me E3 Special Edition: That Was Much Better Nintendo

Day 2 of Nintendo’s Treehouse is over. So I thought I’d write up my thoughts about what I saw in Day 2. Overall, I was pleased. I’ll tell you why and gush about the games that I loved. Here we go with my final More Thoughts solely focused on Nintendo’s E3! Oh my goodness. That was so much better than Day One of the Nintendo Treehouse. Yes, I did skip watching a couple of games because I had no interest…

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Anima: Gates of Memories Review

There is a lot to like about Anima Gates of Memories, and these aspects definitely outweigh the areas of the game that we felt suffered. However, if you are caught in between releases of your favorite JRPG's, take Anima for a spin and enjoy the ride. It's definitely a world worth visiting!

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Bethesda at E3? Good, Bad, or Indifferent?

I’m always excited about what Bethesda is going to do – I know what I’m getting when I play a Bethesda game, and unlike some other companies – Lionhead, I’m looking at you – the company isn’t really known for over promising and under delivering. So of all the conferences at this years E3, this one had me really excited. For the record, Bethesda did announce some really great stuff, although some of it was already leaked long before the…

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Dragon Fantasy The Black Tome of Ice Review

Sequels are sometimes better than the first game, but more often than not, sequels are worse. Dragon Fantasy: The Black Tome of Ice is the second Dragon Fantasy game for the 3DS (its also available on Wii U but I didn't review the Wii U version), with a third one already planned. Is The Black Tome of Ice better than the first game, as good as the first game, or did the developers drop the ball?

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Ziggurat Review

Dungeon crawling titles are becoming a weekly occurrence across PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One, and unfortunately we get more shovel ware than actual quality titles. So when something comes around that deserves to be raved about, we think it necessary to inform our readers of it. Ziggurat is that title. While there are a few things that we would have liked to see different, the game as a whole is a wonderful, dungeon crawling experience.

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