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Bugs Vs. Tanks! Review

In the annals of video game history, armored vehicles have played a substantial role. Atari’s coin-op Tank was released in 1974, inspiring a battalion of similar playing titles, including the company’s perennial 2600 pack-in, Combat. ...

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The Starship Damrey Review

One of the more curious cartridges to inhabit the slot of Japanese 3DS’s was 2012’s Guild01. A compilation of four distinct games, each conceived by a different luminary, the title demonstrated publisher Level-5’s periodic propensity ...

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Puzzler World 2013 Review

Browse through either retail budget bins or through Nintendo’s own eShop and you’ll likely discover a plethora of puzzle collections. Unfortunately, many are of these compilations are of a distressingly second-rate quality. Beyond Nintendo’s first-party ...

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Toki Tori 2 Review

In the fall of 2001, the Game Boy Color was facing its waning months due to the release of the technologically superior Game Boy Advance three months prior. While Nintendo’s new system was fully backwards ...

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Super Black Bass 3D Review

With a quirky peripheral that replicated a rod and reel combo, 1998’s SEGA Bass Fishing garnered an unprecedented amount of attention to the virtual angling simulation. However, the genre’s true roots date back to the ...

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Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon Review

There a good reason why Nintendo cultivated such a fervent fan base across the 8-, 16-, and 64-bit eras: the company’s first party titles have provided some of gaming’s most superlative experiences. From skulking through ...

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Naruto Powerful Shippuden Review

With story sequences which surpass the twenty-minute mark, the release of Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 3 is geared toward stalwart, console-owning, fans of the teenage shinobi. Fortunately, that’s not the case with the knuckle-headed ...

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Fire Emblem: Awakening Review

There are a handful of compelling reasons to explain why Intelligent Systems’ exemplary Fire Emblem franchise hasn’t made a comprehensive impact on Western players. Whereas the series’ inaugural title, Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari ...

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