Wipeout: Create & Crash Review (Wii U/Wii/3DS/360): “Not a Total Wipeout”

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Wipeout has become quite the reality show on ABC over the past few years. Essentially being an Americanized version of the cult-hit “MXC” on Spike TV years ago, Wipeout brings together contestants to tackle absolutely insane obstacle courses with completely unexpected traps to dodge. Naturally, with a mixture like this, it was only a matter […]

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Review (Wii/360/3DS): “Ahh…Shell Shock”

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Over time, we’ve seen some stellar media franchises progress over the years. One particular franchise that’s had numerous changes has been the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Between it’s dark toned comic, chipper late 80s/early 90s cartoon, to the comic-based 2003 cartoon and now, Nickelodeon’s rendition that started in 2012, there’s no question we’ve seen the […]

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Big Bass Arcade: No Limit Review (3DS eShop) – “A Cheap Flop”

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The Nintendo 3DS’s eShop platform seems perfect for delivering more casual, bite-sized games, and there’s certainly been no shortage of these since its inception. For those looking for a quick pick-up and play fishing game, there’s Big Bass Arcade: No Limit by Big John Games. The third in their line of fishing simulators for the […]

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Coaster Creator 3D Review (3DS eShop): “Coaster Creativity On-The-Go”

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During the late 90s, PC gamers were graced with a specific simulation game that won over the hearts of many, Roller Coaster Tycoon. Over the years, we’ve seen that series make a few sequels and expansions, giving the player tons more content to ellaborate on their ultimate roller coaster creation and theme parks. However, the […]

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf Review (3DS): “A New Leaf That’s Also A New Blast To Play”

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Animal Crossing: New Leaf is the latest iteration of the cute life simulator Nintendo franchise. Developed by Nintendo and Monolith, this is the most fleshed out and full Animal Crossing to date. Gameplay: 5/5 Animal Crossing has always had simplistic but engaging life simulation gameplay since its culmination on the west on the Gamecube (Nintendo […]

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Project X Zone Review (3DS): “The (Somewhat) Ultimate Crossover Game”

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Failing to truly capture an audience in Japan, the mega crossover game on Nintendo 3DS has actually been released westside and is trying try to find its audience in other territories. Developed by Namco Bandai and including characters from the franchises of Namco, Sega and Capcom, this game opts to be the ultimate fan-service game […]

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Soccer Up 3D Review (3DS): “Kick It Away from Your 3DS”

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When it comes to the most popular sport in the world, soccer is the one that’s always on top. Spanish developer EnjoyUp Games, who has been putting out a decent amount of titles for Nintendo’s DSiWare format has decided to finally release a 3DSWare title, Soccer Up 3D. While we’ve seen yearly releases of soccer […]

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Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon Review (3DS): “Luigi’s Ghostbusting Return”

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Luigi’s Mansion Dark Moon is the long awaited 3DS sequel to Nintendo’s cult classic Gamecube title, Luigi’s Mansion. Over a decade after its predecessor, Next Level Games (of Mario Strikers Charged fame) aimed to make Luigi a more expressive and likeable character through brilliant design and animation. Unfortunately, it’s just shy of being a perfect […]

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Naruto: Powerful Shippuden Review (3DS) – “A Whimsical Ninja Adventure”

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While many game developers are content to release lackluster video game tie-ins to television shows and movies, the Naruto series of games has proven that the genre can be something more. The most prominent example of that fact is the Naruto: Ninja Clash series of games, giving birth to a totally new style of 3D […]

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99 Moves (DSiWare) Review – “A Move in the Right Direction?”

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EnjoyUp Games’ next installment in the “99” series of games is another pick-up-and-play title aimed at quick, simple fun on the DSiWare platform. Somewhat similar to their other game, Abyss, 99 Moves plays like a cross between Snake and Boulderdash with puzzle elements. Does 99 Moves move the casual market on the eShop forward or […]

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