Total of 414 user reviews spread across 414 releases
Paper Mario: Sticker Star
Paper Mario: Sticker is a fun game, but at the same time it feels unsatisfying in comparison with previous entries.
I have a bad habit of reviewing games I got for Christmas in April. Better sooner than later! Anyways, as a huge fan of the Paper Mario series, I got Paper Mario Sticker Star for Christmas, and have n...
Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!
Adventure Time on the 3DS is one of the best games available on the handheld, and is very faithful to the kickass show.
I happen to be a big Adventure Time fan. The show combines bizarre and outrageously funny humor with surreal fantasy animation. What's even better is that this 3DS game not only captures the spirit of...
Winning Eleven 3DSoccer
Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 3D isn't just a great soccer game, it's one of the best sports games I've ever played.
I have never played too many soccer games, but I know a good one when I see it. And this 3DS edition of Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 (which was released as one of the launch titles for the system) isn't ...
Heroes of Ruin
Heroes of Ruin is very flawed, but it makes up with purely addicting hack and slash RPG gameplay for your 3DS.
It's refreshing to see a game like Heroes of Ruin, in other words, something that isn't a remake or a sequel (not that that's a bad thing), but rather a new game. And this comes from the Gods of the R...
LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean: The Video Game
Lego Pirates of the Caribbean on the 3DS is crazy fun, especially the first time you play it.
The Lego video game series has been around for quite a while, but I don't think it's gotten any better than Lego Pirates of the Caribbean. Think about it; the Lego games usually involve collecting, an...
Give it some time, and you'll find that Steel Diver is an enjoyable, thoughtfully constructed launch title for the 3DS.
I remember when Steel Diver was bashed by critics and audiences upon its release as a launch title, mainly because it was based on a tech demo for the original DS. It's undeserved, because not many pe...
Banjo to Kazooie no Daibouken 2
Banjo Tooie is harder to get into than its predecessor, but when you do, it exposes itself as an even better game.
I absolutely love Banjo Kazooie (N64, 1998) like crazy. It played just like Mario 64 but with more of everything; bigger levels, dynamic music, great humor, awesome secrets, fantastic graphics, and pu...
New Super Mario Bros. 2
New Super Mario Bros. 2 feels like DLC to the Wii version at best, but even then it's still a very fun 3DS platformer.
The New Super Mario Bros. series has received a bit of criticism for not being as innovative as the 80's and early 90's 2D Mario's, as well as the 3D Mario's from the mid 90's to the present. If you'r...
Mario Tennis Open
Mario Tennis Open is a bit uneven, but remains an enjoyable game enhanced by its customization and mini games.
Critics have shown big disappointments for Mario Tennis Open, but I don't think it's all that bad. Granted, I'm a huge fan of Mario Tennis (N64, 2000). That game nearly perfected arcade style tennis g...
Shinobi 3D is faithful to its 2D predecessors, but comes up way short due to frustrating and unnecessarily long levels.
I happen to be a big fan of Shinobi III on the Genesis. One of the greatest ninja games ever, it proved a really fun arcade style action game thanks to its detailed scenery and easy to grasp controls....
Lego Racers is a disappointing N64 racer that can't even compete to the likes of Mario Kart 64 and Diddy Kong Racing.
It's hard to find a game I've been less interested in than Lego Racers for the N64. I love N64 racers with a passion, but this kart racer is just pathetic. What's even more heartbreaking is how sweet ...
Nano Assault is a hidden gem on the 3DS that brings the goods with great arcade style gameplay and a glorious 3D effect.
Since December of LAST YEAR, I wanted this game. In July, it took me forever to find it. My local Gamestop did not have a copy, so I had to resort to a Gamestop near Cleveland. I finally found a used ...
Kid Icarus: Uprising
Kid Icarus Uprising proves how amazing 3DS games can be, and everything about it is created in spectacular fashion.
You know those jaw dropping modern video games on the 360 and PS3. The ones with expansive environments, gigantic falling buildings, and epic fights. Kid Icarus Uprising on the 3DS gave me the exact s...
Resident Evil: Revelations
Resident Evil Revelations is quite possibly the greatest technical achievement on the 3DS, and is a blast to play.
When I first played Resident Evil Revelations back in March, I was blown away. Never before had I seen a game look as good as this, and it sets the standard for the 3DS's graphical capabilities. It's ...
Sonic Generations is the best Sonic game since the Dreamcast days, and the 3DS version's features make it a treat.
Having borrowed this game from my friend, Justin, I can say that my time with this game was worth it. Sonic Generations on the 3DS is the 3D debut for the blue hedgehog, and as a big fan, I'm very ple...
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword
Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword has set the standard for the Zelda franchise, and ranks as the last great Wii title.
I've been meaning to put a review for this in January, but a lot has been going on for me (sports, Prom, Graduation from High School, hanging with friends, playing video games). Finally, I get to do i...
Ridge Racer 3D
Ridge Racer 3D is a fantastic racer for the 3DS with beautiful graphics and fast and fun gameplay.
Ridge Racer 3DS is one of my favorite games for the system. The fact that this is also in 3D made it a great buy for me. Hell, i got it at Target for $20 bucks! It was definitely worth the 20 bucks, b...
Asphalt 3D: Nitro Racing
Despite its poor graphics and irritating glitches, Asphalt 3D is a fun, enjoyable racer thanks to its cheesy quality.
Critics everywhere have panned Asphalt 3D, and while I can see why, I still have a soft spot for this game. It's almost certainly a great looking N64 title, and its graphics are not even close to the ...
Giant Egg: Billy Hatcher no Daibouken
Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg is underrated, underappreciated, and a gem of an exclusive in the Gamecube library.
Back in 2003 when this game was released, I was enjoying my new Gamecube. I picked up tons of games for it. My brother got this game but I never played because I thought it was too complicated. What a...
Mario Kart 7
If you don't have Mario Kart 7 for your 3DS, you clearly don't have a 3DS.
Ladies and gentlemen (but mostly gentlemen), THIS is the game that will make you break down ad buy a 3DS (either that or Super Mario 3D Land). Hyped so much since it was announced, Mario Kart 7 lives ...
Wii Fit Plus
Wii Fit Plus is an excellent and fun use of the Wii balance board, and a great excuse to work out
Here's a funny story involving Wii Fit Plus. I got it for Christmas last year, started playing it in Febuary of this year, and haven't come back to it until December of this year. The game recognized ...
Rampage on the Nes plays like the arcade original, but that really doesn't mean anything good whatsoever.
I've never really enjoyed the Rampage games. One reason is because the games are extremely repetitive, are too easy, and are overall boring. I'm sure there are fans of this franchise, but that's proba...
Super Mario 3D Land
Super Mario 3D Land is the 3DS defining game we've been waiting for.
Back in November last year, Nintendo announced a new Mario title for the 3DS. In E3 2011, it was revealed as Super Mario 3DS, then months later, the name was changed to Super Mario 3D Land. At first I...
Don't listen to the critics, Pilotwings Resort is one of the best 3DS games out right now and is well worth your money.
I got this game and Super Street Fighter IV 3D for my birthday for my new Cosmo Black 3DS. While SSFIV3D is slightly more fun, Pilotwings Resort is the way to go for casual gamers who want relaxation ...
Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition
Super Street Fighter IV: 3D Edition is a fantastic launch title, and is the beginning of what the Nintendo 3DS can do.
I just got my Black Cosmo 3DS last Wednesday for my 18th birthday, along with this game and Pilotwings Resort. Having played both a crapload ever since that date, I can say both are amazing games, but...
Mario Kart DS (DS Bundle)
After six years, Mario Kart DS's gameplay is still a force to be reckoned with.
Mario Kart DS is a timeless game. I remember back in 2006 I got a DS for Christmas along with this game. After having spent many years with this game, it's obvious that this is one of the best racing ...
Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards
Kirby 64 is still the masterpiece it was back in 2000, and stands out as one of Kirby's best games to date.
Many gamers grew up with Kirby 64 back in the day, and many have fond memories of the game. I do remember back in the day my friend Patrick had the game and we enjoyed playing it. My memory of it was ...
Portal 2 isn't just one of the greatest games ever made, it's also one of the most important and creative.
I don't think I'm going out on a limb when I say Portal 2 is the greatest game of the 2010's so far! This is coming from someone who's played (and owns) the greats such as Super Mario Galaxy 2, Call o...
Bare Knuckle II: Shitou no Chinkon Uta
Almost 20 years later, Streets of Rage 2 is still the best beat em up ever released.
Final Score: 10/10 (A+) Genesis gamers often place Streets of Rage 2 in the top five Genesis games ever, and there's a good reason for that. This fantastic game cannot be beaten by anything before ...
Boom Blox isn't a very good single player game, but the multiplayer experience makes this beast well worth the purchase.
Final Score: 9.1/10 (A-) We've all played games that pale in the single player department but absolutely kick ASS in the multiplayer department. Boom Blox is one of those games. The single player m...
Crazy Taxi is one of those arcade style games that will have you playing it every night of your life.
Final Score: 10/10 (A+) Basically a straight port of the Arcade/Dreamcast classic, this Gamecube version of Crazy Taxi gets graded not on sound, not on its graphics, not on its options, but solely ...
Plants vs. Zombies
Almost easily the best strategy game ever, this iphone edition of Plants Vs. Zombies is a winner.
Final Score: 9.5/10 (A) There's not much to say from this version that I have in the 360 version, except there is less gameplay in this version than the 360 version. Having said that, I still find ...
Plants vs. Zombies
CD Version: Plants Vs. Zombies is the ultimate strategy game on any system, and this 360 version is probably the best.
Final Score: 9.8/10 (A+)' After hearing the hype about Plants Vs. Zombies, I decided to get the CD version on the 360. It came at $20 dollars at Gamestop, which was quite a deal for such a great ga...
Army Men: Sarge's Heroes
Although flawed, Army Men Sarges Heroes is a very fun shooter that N64 fans with lots of patience will love.
Final Score: 8.1/10 (B-) I remember back in the day I purchased this game, but never played it until a few years later. I thought it sucked, but playing i now, I think it deserves much more credit ...
Pocket Monsters HeartGold
Pokemon Heartgold is a fantastic update of the 2000 handheld classic, and is in some cases better.
Final Score: 9.6/10 (A) When I got Pokemon Heartgold, a heavy dose of nostalgia came back to me from ten years ago when I played Pokemon Gold on the Game Boy Color. Nintendo handled this remake per...
All-Star Baseball 2001
With the Arcade Mode and a few new features, All Star Baseball 2001 ranks as the ultimate baseball game for the N64.
Final Score: 9.6/10 All Star Baseball 2000 featured realistic stadiums and amazing detail, but its gameplay was too realistic. With All Star Baseball 2001, however, Acclaim has perfectly balanced t...
Extreme G 2 has the potential for fun, but a horrible framerate and some problematic track designs bring it down.
Final Score: 6.6/10 (D+) When F-Zero X came out, gamers were blown away by its super fast framerate, which wasn't something the N64 could ever handle before. Extreme G 2, on the other hand, disappo...
Bust A Move Bash has the potential to be great but the controls and lack of effort put into the game ruin the fun.
Final Score: 5.8/10 (D) How could anyone screw up Bust a Move? I mean, the gameplay is so simple that one would assume any new edition would be a slam dunk for your house. I borrowed Bust a Move Ba...
Donkey Kong Country Returns
Donkey Kong Country Returns is a fantastic comeback that brings back fond memories of the Snes and GBA Trilogy
Final Score: 9.1/10 (A-) As a huge fan of the DKC Snes and GBA Trilogy, I've waited years for a fourth DKC. When I saw videos for Donkey Kong Country Returns, I drooled in anticipation. Now that I ...
Geometry Wars: Galaxies
Geometry Wars Galaxies on the Wii is a fantastic 2D pick up and play shooter you will never put down.
Final Score: 10/10 (A+) I received this game as a surprise for Christmas, and I've been playing it so much ever since. Geometry Wars Galaxies is the real deal when it comes to 2D shooters. It takes...