At last night’s Nintendo Direct, a new Yoshi’s Island game was announced for 3DS. “Yoshi and Baby Mario are back with flutter jumps, ground pounds and egg throws, plus a host of new actions that use the unique features of

There are a few things in life which make me feel stupid. When a friend makes a joke, as an example, and I don’t get the reference. Another one is Luigi’s Mansion 2. I can still remember the day I first

Well, it is for me since I don’t speak Japanese. The trailer gives a glimpse of some of the courtroom drama and puzzle-solving elements players can expect. Japanese gamers anyway. It’s set for release there 29 November. Professor Layton vs.

It’s always a pleasure to play a Professor Layton game and Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask is no exception. In fact, being the first in a 3DS exclusive allows Miracle Mask to shine more brightly than ever before. Full to the brim with

New Super Mario Bros. 2 is Nintendo’s most recent release for everyone’s favourite ‘shroom head, Mario. Once again, the forever-vulnerable Princess Peach has been abducted by the despicable Bowser, in what’s fast becoming Nintendo’s version of the never-ending story. Not

So here we have it: the seventh game released in the Kingdom Hearts series, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance. Released over 10 years ago, the original Kingdom Hearts was initially met with much scepticism as it attempted to fuse

The Harvest Moon series has been around for some time, first debuting on the Super Nintendo in 1996 and making appearances on most consoles and handhelds in some form since then. It’s the grandaddy of all those “task-and-wait” style games

Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes is a first in many ways. To begin, it’s the first Traveller’s Tales Lego game that features in-game voices. Also, it’s a Lego Batman game that goes beyond Bruce Wayne’s world and dips into

We here at are a thorough bunch, so when the Metal Gear Solid HD Collection was released on PS Vita, we thought we owed it to our dedicated Steviants to bring them a review of the portable version in addition to

It’s not hard to see what n-Space and Square Enix were trying to achieve when they created Heroes of Ruin. While there are a multitude of dungeon crawlers on PC or console, the experience has yet to really take hold

Growing up, I was a huge fan of Mario Tennis for Nintendo 64. The Gamecube version lost some of the game’s simplicity, but I’m happy to see that Mario Tennis Open on the Nintendo 3DS has pretty much returned to

Tales of the Abyss is one of the growing number of 3DS titles that have been ported and tweaked from other systems. Whilst Ocarina of Time 3D is definitely the standout in terms of overall remake quality, Tales has definitely

I remember playing Rayman 2 on not one, not two, but THREE completely separate gaming systems. I enjoyed it every time for its quirky character design, strong platforming gameplay and that odd choice of typeface that pervaded the entire game.

Okay, before I start this review I need to come clean. I’m a massive Level-5 fanboy. There I’ve said it. Why? Let me explain. To most people Level-5 will be known as the people who gave the world the charming

Review: Nintendo 3DS

There’s no denying that Nintendo’s new portable console, the 3DS, is a remarkable piece of hardware. Once again Nintendo is attempting to take that leap forward into the next generation of gaming before its competitors. We’ve seen it before with