Category Archive: 3DS

Nintendo 3DS Reviews

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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Tetris Ultimate review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, PC, 3DS

Tetris arrives on the Vita, exactly — thankfully — as you remember it.

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Dr. Mario: Miracle Cure review for Nintendo 3DS

Dr. Mario is back, this time with his brother Dr. Luigi.

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Puzzle & Dragons Z + Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition review for 3DS

The wildly-popular mobile game lands on 3DS, with two content-packed titles in one remarkably fun package.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3D review for 3DS

Xenoblade Chronicles makes the transition from Wii to the New 3DS in deft fashion, retaining all the elements that make this one of the best RPG’s released this decade.

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Etrian Mystery Dungeon review for 3DS

Etrian Mystery Dungeon mixes two unique franchises into one cohesive, and remarkably entertaining, hybrid RPG.

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Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy + Review for 3DS

Unless you really, really want some amiibo support for Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy, this “Plus” version of the game likely isn’t for you.

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Aeternoblade review for PS Vita, 3DS

You wouldn’t think that an epic tale of vengeance, magic and a mysterious weapon could come off as totally bland…unless you’ve played Aeternoblade, in which case you’d totally think that.

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