Category: Reviews

Pokémon Rumble World Extended Review

Pokémon Rumble World was originally released on the 3DS eShop last year. It received a physical release earlier this year, doing away with the microtransactions seen in its digital counterpart. It follows the story of your Mii after the King tasks him or her with collecting more toy Pokémon than the evil wizard who has shown up to

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes Extended Review

The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is a familiar game in a new set of clothes. It stars the same Link as the one from A Link Between Worlds and follows him to Hytopia, a kingdom filled with fashion-obsessed citizens. Hytopia’s Princess Styla has been cursed to wear a hideous jumpsuit by a heinous woman known as The Lady.

Bravely Second: End Layer Extended Review

Bravely Second: End Layer is the sequel to Silicon Studio’s Bravely Default: Where the Fairy Flies. I took notice of the first game because of the stunning visuals in the artwork, trailers and initial screenshots. Once I actually got a hold of it, I fell in love with its gameplay above every other aspect, with its innovative take on

Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker Review

Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2 first released in 2011 for the DS in Japan, arriving in North America the following year and then in Europe in 2013. Record Breaker is a remake of the original Devil Survivor 2 that released last year for the 3DS. It contains full voice acting, a new story arc,

Etrian Mystery Dungeon Review

Spike Chunsoft’s Mystery Dungeon series has crossed over with a number of games over the years. Etrian Mystery Dungeon sees it merge with Atlus’s dungeon delving Etrian Odyssey, which I adore. It gives Mystery Dungeon an Etrian skin; it shares the same basic gameplay as Mystery Dungeon, but the art, music, monsters and more are

Rodea: The Sky Soldier Review

Rodea the Sky Soldier is the latest game from Prope, a company comprised of members from Sega’s old Sonic Team. They’ve developed games like Ivy the Kiwi?, Digimon Adventure and StreetPass Mansion. Rodea was completed for the Wii in 2011 — and then it disappeared entirely. The 3DS version was discussed a couple of years