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WarioWare: Do It Yourself

WarioWare: Do It Yourself is a logical successor for the series that got famous thanks to the minuscule microgames that require nothing more than playing one small game lightning-fast. In these times of user-generated content it therefore seems the perfect candidate to give everyone the opportunity to think of some insane games and work them […]

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Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3

Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 isn’t just a mouthful but also a fight game based on the well-known anime series. I’l admit that I’m not really thàt much into anime but some Wikipedia checking hopefully has given me enough background to give this game an honest score. This Naruto in any case has the […]

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Picross 3D

Are you one of those people who use their Nintendo DS mostly for puzzle games and this preferably when on the toilet? Than chances are high that the sequel to Picross, but now in 3D, will please you. No experience with the game yet? Then we suggest to read the review below and maybe you’ll […]

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The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

Writing a review for a Zelda game. It’s always a challenge. Everyone knows the formula of this legendary series and Nintendo makes sure that each episode of their top series guarantees hours of action and puzzle fun, perfectly balanced gameplay and a graphical design to make you lick your fingers. With this The Legend of […]

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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story

Mario is completely back. Not only does he make the Wii again a playground for the platform lovers with New Super Mario Bros. Wii, but on top of that Nintendo treats us with a new Mario RPG for the DS. Of should we say a Mario, Luigi and Boswer RPG? In Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s […]

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New Super Mario Bros. Wii

New Super Mario Bros Wii isn’t the easiest title to pronounce but still the announcement at E3 this year managed to draw my attention. Maybe it was because of the nostalgic feeling that appeared when seeing the simple 2D gameplay, but is that old gameplay still as rock solid as it was. Mario doesn’t live […]

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Wii Fit Plus

It seems like only a year ago Nintendo released Wii Fit and launched the fitness gaming genre. Oh wait, they did! Now the Japanese game-maker is jumping on their own Plus-train by releasing a revised game, or an update if you like. If you want the short version of this review, Wii Fit Plus is […]

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Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box

Professor Layton and the Curious Village was of course a top game and one of those titles that gave the Nintendo DS a face of its own and a place in the gaming scene. Meanwhile we’ve finished the first adventures of the Professor and his annoying under-age assistant and it’s time to open up a […]

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Wii Sport Resort

Wii Sports Resort is an important game for Nintendo. It’s the successor of the just about most sold game ever. It has to confirm the long term strategy of Nintendo by proving that casuals may not buy many games but get the big releases with unseen loyalty. And it also has to justify yet another […]

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Punch-Out!!

It’s the year 1989. After a good report I got spoiled with a new game. A true joy for me, a hell for my parents as I could rarely choose from the many Nintendo titles. In the end my eye fell on Punch-Out!! feat. Mr. Dreams. The game kept me clustered to the screen for […]

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Pokémon Platinum

The Sinnoh-region is a treaturous paradise. The green acres, snowy mountain tops and white beaches hide the true face of this wicked land. A land that suffers for some time already from a catastrophe that’s unequalled, a plague of apocalyptic proportions. I’m of course talking about Satan’s unwanted bastard children: the Pokémon. Where our problems […]

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Rhythm Paradise

Rhythm Paradise can probably best be described in one sentence as the bastard child of WarioWare and the exploding music genre. Lovers of one of those two types of games will not do a bad purchase with this game but whether it’s something for everyone, most especially the average DS gamer, is another question. The […]

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Mystery Case Files: Millionheir

Mystery Case Files is a game series by Big Fish Games which exists already some time for “casual gamers”. The series has several games by now and goes from comedy to horrifyingly mysterious. With each title the series progresses to more and better and now the move to the DS is set with “Millionheir”. Phil […]

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Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon

You probably don’t know Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon. The game hasn’t received a lot of attention, for once arrives in Europe before the US and has to do with a very unattractive box art. Inside the box, however, I found a very enjoyable strategy game that reminded of Advance Wars, another top game on the […]

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Professor Layton and the Curious Village

Stupid, that’s how I feel. I, the puzzle champion of the sixth grade, king of the quiz, master of logical reasoning, embodyment of common sense… I totally lost it. And that because I went puzzling for a few days with Professor Layton, an oldfashioned gentleman with high hat and a soft English accent. A warm […]

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