Code Name S.T.E.A.M. is a flashy new game from the creators of Fire Emblem, but a number of issues prevent it from being a must-buy 3DS title.
The fourth entry in the Pokemon Rumble series benefits from a free-to-play model, but that doesn’t save its mediocre gameplaly.
Barry, Mike, and Steve got a chance to play Trine: Enchanted Edition on Wii U. Check out their discussion-based video review.
Is Tetris Ultimate truly the ultimate version of Tetris? Check out our review!
Get ready to set sail on the high skies as you embark on an adventure to save the Forgotten Islands!
It’s been 15 years since Majora’s Mask was released on the Nintendo 64. Does this classic stand the test of time? Are there enough new additions to warrant a purchase? Read on to see how Link’s second N64 adventure makes the leap onto the 3DS!
With the launch of the New Nintendo 3DS, Bandai Namco released Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy+, a remake of their 2011 release. Does it soar or crash? Check out our review.
Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate is a beast of the game that will take hundreds of hours to tame. Are you courageous enough to face it head-on?
Will it be able to pull you in to explore Tesla Tower or will it push you away?
Despite a failed Kickstarter campaign, Atlus-published indie RPG Citizens of Earth is a prime candidate for your time and money.
Captain Toad is the star of his very own puzzle/platforming game. Will Wingo get away with star snatching?
Judge Alex suits up and makes a final verdict on the first three games in the Ace Attorney franchise, conveniently bundled together on the eShop for $30.
11 years after the original games released, Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire take players back to the Hoenn region… and it’s more enticing than ever before.