Archive for the ‘3DS Reviews’ Category
  • Bravely Default Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on March 1, 2014 under 3DS Reviews, Nintendo 3DS
    For many, Bravely Default will be the definition of “they just don't make them like this anymore” of JRPGs. It's Square Enix stepping back from the artistically gonzo and stupendously convoluted direction of the Final Fantasy series and returning to an old school fantasy adventure with a modern take on turn-based combat. It's a step back that has proven fruitful, since it has lead to an overal... more.
  • Fire Emblem Awakening Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on February 17, 2013 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    The Fire Emblem series is a curiosity. Not many titles have been released by Nintendo outside of Japan, and yet it has developed an amazing cult following. This lax amount of release has left potential players, such as myself, out of the loop of what many consider to be one of the best games in the Strategy genre. Now, with the release of Fire Emblem Awakening, it is time to hop on board. Better l... more.
  • Kid Icarus: Uprising Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on July 12, 2012 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    The original Kid Icarus was an NES title released in 1986 and, with the exception of a handheld psuedo-sequel in 1991, is the only installment in the series and has been dormant since. Let that fact sink in for a minute. Kid Icarus is 26 years old and the closest thing to a new game was the protagonist, Pit, being a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Brawl in 2008. With this in mind, it shoul... more.
  • Paper Mario Sticker Star Nintendo 3DS Review

    2 CommentsPosted by on November 25, 2012 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    Paper Mario is a personal guilty pleasure of a Mario spin-off. It has always stood out for mixing together platforming with RPG elements, and an anarchic, almost nihilistic, sense of humor. Sticker Star is the first time that this series has hopped to the mobile platform that is the 3DS. Was anything lost in the transition? If so, how much cardboard and paper will it take to repair? GAMEPLAY ... more.
  • Pokemon Art Academy Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on August 10, 2014 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    Pokemon games have always been interesting. They are either hit or miss with rarely anything in-between. The advantage is that regardless of the overall feel of the game, they all contain that famous Pokemon charm. Pokemon Snap anyone? Their latest attempt at a non-core title is Pokemon Art Academy, a step in an entirely new direction where you the player become the artist with step by step guide... more.
  • Resident Evil Revelations Nintendo 3DS Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on June 27, 2012 under 3DS Reviews, Nintendo 3DS
    The unusual level for entry in the Resident Evil series is to accept that its complicated and labyrinthine narrative isn't meant to be taken seriously and should be considered an excuse to showcase fighting mutated monsters. At one point, before I officially began writing for All Age Gaming, I made the connection that Resident Evil has turned into the new House of the Dead franchise in recent year... more.
  • Shin Megami Tensei 4 Nintendo 3DS Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on July 29, 2013 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    Shin Megami Tensei is one of the most popular JRPGs Atlus has ever produced. It has spawned several spin-offs such as Devil Survivor, Devil Summoner, Strange Journey, Digital Devil Saga, and Persona, all of which have been characterized by brutal difficulty curves and bizarre (yes even by JRPG standards) stories. However, the main series hasn't had a new installment since Shin Megami Tensei 3: Noc... more.
  • Super Mario 3D Land Nintendo 3DS Review

    1 CommentsPosted by on June 27, 2012 under 3DS Reviews, Nintendo 3DS
    Super Mario 3D Land is Nintendo's first original title for their new handheld, the 3DS, which has been in desperate need of some new blood. After its first initial months of having its releases being either remakes of popular games from Nintendo's history, or ports of other more recent games, 3D Land is hoping to put the 3DS back on the market. But can this game really pull back consumers to the 3... more.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Link Between Worlds Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on December 7, 2013 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    The Legend of Zelda has been with us for over twenty-five years, and for good reason. What started as a game emphasizing exploration and wonder has evolved into a large sprawling legacy of amazing games with fantastic worlds. It is a series dear to many gamers' hearts, with each installment introducing a unique twist to its established gameplay. Link Between Worlds is the most ambitious Zelda tit... more.
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D – Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on June 27, 2012 under 3DS Reviews, Nintendo 3DS
    The launch of Nintendo's newest handheld, the 3DS, has had a very shaky first couple of weeks. With no major first-party software from the Big N and a price tag that wouldn't look out of place on a current generation console bundle, it seemed as if the 3DS would have nothing worthwhile to showcase it's use of glasses-free 3D portable games. That is until Nintendo managed to re-release the instant ... more.
  • The Starship Damrey Nintendo 3DS eShop Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on May 26, 2013 under 3DS Reviews, Featured, Nintendo 3DS
    The Starship Damrey is a game that tires to invoke a particular form of nostalgia. From the first piece of text on screen it informs you that this is a game where it does no hand-holding. No tutorials, and no hints. An old school adventure game where part of the appeal comes from just learning how to use every tool at your disposal as well as solving mind-bending puzzles with not a single walk-thr... more.
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