"Beautiful, intriguing, tremendous fun, The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes is a great fit on 3DS, a much-needed breath of fresh air for the handheld."
"This new spin-off didn't immerse us as much as we would've liked, although there are a few fun features in there that will offer some amusement."
"If you're looking for the perfect portable version of the Mega Drive side-scrolling beat'em up, you can finally delete that mobile take off your phone. "
"Jurassic World is yet another entry in the Lego series that's perfect for some family co-op."
"Fullblox is an experience that is totally worth getting for one or all of its modes. Each player can find the mix that fits them the best."
"It's solid entertainment, but it's lacking the charm that captivated us in Advance Wars, and the qualities that had us hooked on Fire Emblem."
"This 3D port again highlights those qualities that made the original a new benchmark for the JRPG genre."
"It still feels a bit clunky and ponderous, and is still challenging. As a result your progress will be slow. But precisely because of that each milestone reached feels rewarding."
"As an adventure game, this is an absolute must-have in the 3DS catalog, well above the average offerings and despite the age of the original."
"Tetris Ultimate is a solid title that delivers exactly what you'd expect it to; blocks that drop and aching thumbs."
"This mix of old and new brings about a positive nostalgic vibe, but without overly relying on the old mechanics."
"Although the game doesn't shine when it comes to originality, the new Lego Batman is a high-quality title that will provide hours of fun."
"Nintendo are sending us down memory lane with the 3DS mini-game compilation Ultimate NES Remix."
"The screen can feel too small, the controller too cramped. But this is the full, undiluted power of Smash Bros. in the palm of your hand, and that K.Os those issues easily."
"FIFA 15 is a good game, make no mistake, it's just not a great game; it looks like we're going to have to wait at least another year for that."
Tomas Veiden takes us on a personal journey through the latest adventures with Pikachu and friends.
"It's a solid if unspectacular game, low on content and complexity, but ultimately playable enough for it not to be a write-off."
"Despite his lower tier standing in the pantheon of Nintendo characters, Kirby's still keeping up with the moustached plumbers and tie-wearing simians out there."
Mario and his friends are back for another round of golf - this time on Nintendo 3DS.
"The unusual setting brings in unusual elements for both games, but also as a result makes the experience refreshing from what we've become used to."
"Sloppy. Not a word usually associated with a Nintendo title. But an apt one for this."
"Disregard the micro-transactions, ignore the SP-cheating, and you've one of the best RPGs for the 3DS since Fire Emblem: Awakening."
"If you have never had much time for the Lego games before now, this one won't change your mind. But if you know the difference between Dormammu and Deadpool, you'll be right at home here."
"Yes, it's an experience dipped heavily in nostalgia. It offers few surprises to the franchise formula. But it's the strongest entry in the top-down branch of the series since, well, A Link to the Past."
"The series can be best described as a crossover between adventure games and interactive novels."
"Lost World contains elements that'd make for a really good, solid title. Unfortunately it also contains some that aren't as creative."
"New features, and engaging visuals show great strides forwards. X and Y will be looked on very fondly in years to come."
"This is actually a new beginning for the franchise in some ways as it finally adds a new dimension to an overly familiar gameplay."
Review Ver 2.0: All Pieces Included.
We've dug something up on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Turns out it's a diamond in the rough!
It is often very easy to classify Nintendo as the Japanese giant which makes every game as accessible as possible to appeal to the whole family. Which could be interpreted as "safe and easy".
Project X Zone is a better fan service vanity project than it is a strategy RPG.
"Think of it as less a game, more a life choice. It's a twee game, but don't mistake it for a childish one. It's an addictive, warm-hearted title that deserves to be on your 3DS."
"Take one of the best and most complete platformers of the last decade, shrink it into the 3DS and add what the original was screaming for. Guaranteed success?"
"As with previous titles in the franchise, Lego City Undercover is a fun game. But unlike those that have went before, it's not a crazily entertaining one."
"This one of those rare games that will wrap you up completely in its world, and you will end up playing until your batteries run out."
"This is not a very original game. But it is a well crafted one, as we control a spaceship cleaning infected cells by zapping them out of existence."
"The original took under six hours to finish. Here? You can happily hit fifteen."
"It's a game built more for teams of adventurers than the lone wolf, as teamwork forestalls potential grind in tackling the boss fights."
"The more linear approach has its merits as this is a portable game, meant to be enjoyed in short bursts."
"Sticker Star is much more in line with the conventional core 2D series than you'd expect."
"This latest Lego adventure has certainly soaked itself in the RPG genre traditions."
"This is a fun, accessible and well-crafted racer that deserves your attention."
"Professor Layton takes up his first investigation on 3DS, but the successful formula remains unchanged. Then again, why should it? The concept works brilliantly."
Spyro and his Skylanders friends are joined by Giants this time around, but is the adventure as fun as the first time around?
"It is a near-impossible task for EA to satisfy all FIFA fans, but they should certainly be commended for making a wholehearted attempt."
"It's a very good game. A return to form for the series then, even if it doesn't go on to win the league."
"Surely Nintendo can't be calling this one in? Yet masterpieces need time to develop: eight months between releases doesn't bode well."
Another Kingdom Hearts spin-off sees the light of day as we patiently await the long overdue Kingdom Hearts III.
"A music rhythm game using Final Fantasy's fantastic soundtracks is far from a crazy idea, and comes heaped with nostalgia."