3DS Reviews

Game Review: Squids Odyssey [Wii U/3DS]

A unique take on the RPG genre, with funny characters and interesting gameplay, Squids Odyssey is fun in short bursts.

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Game Review: Pokémon Art Academy [3DS]

Ever had the dream of becoming a Pokémon Card Illustrator or wanted to learn how to draw Pokémon? Then this game is for you. Learn how to draw with Pokémon and Professor Andy to become the best Pokémon Card Illustrator ever!


Game Review: Inazuma Eleven GO: Light & Shadow [Nintendo 3DS]

Inazuma Eleven GO: Light & Shadow is one of the more unique titles on the 3DS, if you're willing to sit through a wonderfully different plot, this JRPG set in a world revolving around football is a fantastic title for both new ...


Game Review: Nintendo Pocket Football Club [3DS]

Nintendo Pocket Football Club cleverly managed to make a niche genre accessible to everyone, with cute animations and ease of play, this game is great for those who wish to dip their toe in the pool of sport management games.

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Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers (3DS)

Playing the game for the first time now in 2013 and back in 1997 would give two different results. In its heyday, the game perhaps received praise from Atlus and RPG fans. But with today's graphics and mechanics, the game sadly...

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Game Review: Phoenix Wright: Dual Destinies (3DS)

It's great to see Phoenix back again. The 3DS really does the series justice in how beautiful and fluid the game looks and runs. For £19.99, you cant go wrong, game play is roughly 25+ hours and that is great for a handheld. T...


Game Review: SteamWorld Dig: A Fistful of Dirt [3DS]

SteamWorld Dig is the best parts of great indie titles put into one, small platformer. Those who wish to dedicate a few hours to something simple will soon find themselves addicted to the rhythmic gameplay of Image & Form's lat...


Game Review: Harvest Moon: A New Beginning [3DS]

After a year of being released in the rest of the world, Harvest Moon: A New Beginning finally makes its way to the EU. The eleventh addition to the portable series, there are many additions the game has to offer for players ne...

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Game Review: Project X Zone

Project X Zone tries hard to swing much higher than it can reach. It is a fun game, just only for a short period.


Game Review: The Smurfs 2 (PS3/Xbox360/Wii U/Wii/3DS)

As you expect from a licenced game, the graphics aren't going to amaze anyone but they get the job done. The level design is the best part of the game which is built on a 2D plane with 3D levels.

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