Reviews

Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins Review — Not Stacking Up

Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins Review — Not Stacking Up

Lego City: Undercover built its way into plenty of fans hearts on the Wii U, but its handheld sibling doesn't get all the pieces to click. »

Bravely Default Review: Is It Brave, Stupid or Just Crazy?

Bravely Default Review: Is It Brave, Stupid or Just Crazy?

Bravely Default has made a sizable splash in the ocean that is the JRPG community. It's colorful characters, winding story, boundless job system and innovative additions to that standard turn-based battle system have caused ripples that some can't adjust to, but many may find refreshing. There are many crashing waves that cause the current of this game to vary, but I have to say that the tide pull... »

Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask Review: Keep on Puzzling

Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask Review: Keep on Puzzling

Professor Layton and the Miracle Mask is another solid entry in the Layton series. While the approach is similar to the previous four games, Miracle Mask is a well produced and well written entry to the series with fun puzzles and has entertaining games to play on the side. It may not be innovative, but it does the trick for both fans of the series and for gamers looking for a casual game to spend... »

Leviathyn’s Game of the Year 2013: Alternate Awards

Leviathyn’s Game of the Year 2013: Alternate Awards

The Leviathyn team weighs in with alternate awards that you'd least expect for 2013! »

2013: The Year of Nintendo

2013: The Year of Nintendo

Because let's face it: Nintendo has had one hell of a year. »

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review – The Best Zelda Since Wind Waker

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review – The Best Zelda Since Wind Waker

Beautiful visuals, innovative gameplay and challenging puzzle solving makes A Link between Worlds one of the best Zelda titles to date. »

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies Review: Courtroom Drama

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies Review: Courtroom Drama

With superb writing and an exceptional storyline, Dual Destinies serves as a fine return for defense attorney Phoenix Wright. »

Pokemon X and Y Review: The Definitive Generation

Pokemon X and Y Review: The Definitive Generation

Any fans of the Pokemon series will want to check out X and Y. The upgraded 3D visuals, the massive amount of collectible Pokemon, and the strategy involved are sure to keep you around for a long time. »

SteamWorld Dig Review: Mining Fun for the 3DS

SteamWorld Dig Review: Mining Fun for the 3DS

Although it can feel tedious at times, SteamWorld Dig is fun and uses big ideas in all the right ways. Read on for a full review. »

Mario & Luigi Dream Team Review: A Dream You Won’t Want To End

Mario & Luigi Dream Team Review: A Dream You Won’t Want To End

Mario & Luigi Dream Team is a long ride full of humorous characters and addicting gameplay that I would recommend to any RPG fan. »

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