Category Archive: 3DS

Nintendo 3DS Reviews

Lego Marvel's Avengers review for PS4, Xbox One, Wii U

Loki, Hydra, Ultron and many other Marvel villains are plotting global domination. Time to hero up!

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Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam review for Nintendo 3DS

Nintendo doubles its chances of success with twice the mascots and twice the villains.

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Yo-kai Watch review for Nintendo 3DS

Level-5's elusive JRPG finally arrives stateside, introducing players to the world of Yo-kai on a well-rounded 3DS exclusive.

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SteamWorld Heist review for 3DS

Image & Form's follow-up to SteamWorld Dig arrives on the 3DS, as one of the best strategy titles I've played this year.

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Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden review for 3DS

Arc System Works turns out another slick looking, 2D fighter, featuring the cast of Dragon Ball Z.

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Rodea: The Sky Soldier review for Wii U, 3DS

Four years of development and Rodea: The Sky Soldier finally takes flight. But should it have been permanently grounded?

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Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer review for Nintendo 3DS

Animal Crossing sets aside all distractions to focus on interior design. We found out whether or not there's such a thing as going too far down just one road.

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The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes review for Nintendo 3DS

Three Links are more than one.

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Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash review for Nintendo 3DS

Chibi-Robo returns to handhelds, but how does he take to being in a platformer? We took Zip Lash for a spin to answer such a question, and more!

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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 Record Breaker review for Nintendo 3DS

Better late than never, Devil Survivor 2's remaster sets its sights on outdoing its Overclocked predecessor.

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Skylanders: SuperChargers review for Wii U, PS4, Xbox One

SuperChargers is an in-depth platformer that finds ways to innovate the series, making it more varied and entertaining than ever.

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Garfield Kart review for Nintendo 3DS

There are some iconic characters that shouldn’t be given their own Kart Racer.

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Mega Man Legacy Collection review for PS4, Xbox One

MMLC is a nice collection of Mega Man titles, but it still feels like it's missing some things.

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Samurai Warriors Chronicles 3 review for PS Vita, Nintendo 3DS

A Warriors game designed for handhelds — and it shows.

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