Star Fox Zero
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Review: Star Fox Zero (Wii U)

Star Fox Zero combines innovative controls, beautiful graphics and frantic gameplay to deliver another enjoyable romp amongst the Lylat System in a modern take on the scrolling shooter genre. For the uninitiated, Star Fox Zero can seem a little confusing to pick up and play as the notion of exploration …

Hyrule Warriors Legends
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Review: Hyrule Warriors Legends (Nintendo 3DS)

Hyrule Warriors Legends is a faithful recreation of the Wii U version, crammed down into your pocket on New Nintendo 3DS. Right off the bat it’s worth noting that those with the older Nintendo 3DS models will suffer from some performance hits, thanks to the slightly less powerful processing capabilities …

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Review: Pokkén Tournament (Wii U)

Since Pokémon burst on the scenes in 1998, imaginations of what it would be like to participate in a real-time battle have become a daydream among the fanbase. Pokkén Tournament on Wii U does its best to give us a sense of exactly that. The game is a mashup between …

Tom Clancy's The Division
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Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division (PlayStation 4)

Tom Clancy’s The Division puts players into the shoes of an elite team who are called to New York City after a virus outbreak has left the place in ruins. Gangs run the city now, supplies are thin and local law enforcement is in a mess. As a sleeper agent …

Bravely Second: End Layer
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Review: Bravely Second: End Layer (Nintendo 3DS)

If you can sum up Bravely Default: End Layer in two words, it would be “bravely default”. To put it another way, they don’t make JRPG’s the way they used to. Except when they do. In which case, Square’s Bravely Default is the loving result of what old world thinking, …

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD
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Review: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Wii U)

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD is a high definition remake of the 2006 GameCube/Wii title of the same name. This epic, sprawling adventure title is classic Zelda fare, filled with goblins, magic and other fantastic creatures and locations. The game starts out in Ordon village and follows a …

Blast Em Bunnies
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Review: Blast ‘Em Bunnies (Xbox One)

In the age of seemingly limitless technology, the temptation to add hyper realistic and over-complicated mechanics gets the best of many game developers. Thankfully, the same cannot be said for Nnooo’s Blast ‘Em Bunnies. You take control of a Bunny living in a burrow on a farm charged with the …

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon
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Review: Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon (Nintendo 3DS)

Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon is the latest installment in the quirky roguelike RPG series that has players don the persona of a Pokémon and explore a world teeming with mysteries and NPCs. The game kicks off by first asking you a series of personality questions to decide which Pokémon you …

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Review: Yoshi’s New Island (Nintendo 3DS)

Yoshi’s New Island on Nintendo 3DS gives fans of the series a much needed fix after seven long years of inactivity from the franchise, but try as it might to throw in a few new gameplay mechanics it doesn’t manage to recreate the series in any profound way. Yoshi’s New …