Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate was one of the most engaging action RPG titles I’ve had the chance to play in a long time.
The Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney series was a surprise success that combined charm, witty dialogue, and a loveable protagonist for a unique experience.
Where One Piece: UWR undoubtedly thrives is in its visuals. Despite being on the 3DS, I personally had no frame rate issues as I ventured through each map.
Yoshi’s New Island is ultimately a fun platforming title that anyone with a Nintendo 3DS and love of exploration should try. While there aren’t many new wrinkles in this colorful world, it’s still a fine title that reinforces everything there is to love about Mario’s favorite dinosaur sidekick.
The battle system in One Piece Romance Dawn is a slight spin on traditional turn-based combat. Rather than being stuck in one place attacking a foe, you have to position yourself to maximize damage.
It’s games like Yoshi’s New Island that make me excited to be a 3DS owner, as Nintendo’s first party game lineup is usually without fail among the best each of their platforms has to offer.
Old school beat-em-ups have fallen to the wayside ever since the rise of 3D gaming. The audience has become more and more niche, despite titles like Castle Crashers and Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. Every game needs a hook now rather than throwing the player at some thugs and expecting magic to happen. When the [...]
Sonic Lost World is out now for the Nintendo Wii U and Nintendo 3DS and we've got some gameplay for you to check out! Sonic Lost World features Dr. Eggman as the villain with Sonic back once again as the hero. New gaming mechanics have made it so that Sonic can free run along walsl [...]
"What is farming doing in my action RPG?" This was my initial question upon getting settled into Neverland Co.'s newest title for the Nintendo 3DS, Rune Factory 4. "And where are the rune factories?" That was my second question. As someone brand new to the Rune Factory series I had been told that 4 was [...]
An 80's inspired show deserves an 80's inspired game. That's just what WayForward and D3 Publisher deliver with Regular Show: Mordecai and Rigby in 8-bit Land. After being sucked into a video game Mordecai and Rigby must fight their way through four 8-bit worlds. Facing peril after peril the two must combine their unique abilities [...]