RPG Maker FES is one of my most anticipated 3DS releases this year, and it’s coming out in North America next month! Here are the reasons why I’m excited about this game.
Last week, Nintendo announced the release of another 3DS model: the New Nintendo 2DS XL. People all over the world screamed “WHY?!” after the announcement, questioning this decision. Let me talk about why releasing the New Nintendo 2DS XL makes sense.
Another Fire Emblem game for the Nintendo 3DS is headed our way next month – Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.
Breath of the Wild has been getting a lot of attention lately – a whole lot more than a recent Zelda game which, in my opinion, paved the way for Nintendo to free themselves from the long established Zelda formula that they’ve been following for more than a decade now: A Link Between Worlds.
The Nintendo Switch is coming out next week, and is primed to become Nintendo’s main handheld gaming device. Before it does, let’s take a moment to look at my favorite features that the 3DS does that the Switch won’t do.
I recently replaced the C-Stick of my New Nintendo 3DS XL with a spare analog nub of the original PlayStation Portable. Is it a better fit? Let me talk about it in detail.
When Nintendo announced its first SNES Virtual Console titles for the 3DS, there was one title that I was really looking forward to getting my hands on: Super Metroid, one of the greatest video games of all time.
The announcement of Super Mario Run shows that Nintendo may have figured out a way to use the mobile games market.
In light of Renegade Kid’s closure, I’d like to talk about one of their more famous projects: Moon Chronicles for the Nintendo 3DS.
From it’s initial revelation during Nintendo’s E3 2015 presentations up to it’s release, Metroid Prime: Federation Force has gotten nothing but hate. Is the game truly deserving of all the hatred that’s being thrown it’s way?