Regular Show: Mordecai & Rigby in 8-bit Land is a fun retro platformer, with some rather unfortunate flaws. For the most part I enjoyed it, despite having to grit my teeth dealing with the poor hit detection. The level design and switching mechanics is rather well done, and enjoyable.
"Avanquest Software Publishing has today launched the brand new Doodle Jump Adventures on Nintendo 3DS. Based on the hugely popular Doodle Jump from Lima Sky, Doodle Jump Adventures is a new platform videogame featuring the same Endless Mode that franchise fans know and love, as well as a new Story Mode, in which players help the Doodler save his world from danger."
"Launching at retail stores from today, Young Justice: Legacy is based on the Young Justice television programme and offers a story the bridges the gap between the first and second series. Young Justice: Legacy is available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo 3DS, Wii U and PC."
"The long awaited European release of One Piece: Romance Dawn is upon us, as today Namco Bandai Games Europe has launched the videogame in Europe. Available now exclusively for Nintendo 3DS, One Piece: Romance Dawn offers One Piece fans a true pirate adventure."
"While the old axiom that motion-picture tie-in videogames are by default poorly executed may no longer ring true for every case, there are plenty of exceptions that sadly remind you why this notion was conceived to begin with. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 is one such videogame; a title in which nothing is particularly bad, but the sloppy relation to it’s source material reeks of a videogame built purely with the aim of spinning a quick buck."
"Set for release later this month, One Piece: Romance Dawn aims to fulfil all One Piece fans’ expectations by offering them all the ingredients to live a real pirate adventure: sailing, fighting, hard choices and much more. These aspects of the videogame are detailed today in a selection of brand new images."
"NIS America has announced its plan to partner with ATLUS to publish Etrian Odyssey Untold: The Millennium Girl throughout Europe next year. The videogame will be available in physical format at retail stores, as well as a digital download version in the Nintendo eShop."
"It’s finally here. What was once talked about in hushed tones as next-next-gen all those years ago is officially unleashed upon the public, with Sony’s Playstation 4, Microsoft’s Xbox One and – yes I’m including it – Nintendo’s Wii U all now out the wilds for purchase (unless you’re in the European market and have to wait till November the 29th to get your hands on a PS4)."
"Nintendo has announced that Bravely Default will be an enhanced edition of the role-playing title from Square Enix when it launches in Europe this December. This enhanced edition, called Bravely Default: For The Sequel in Japan, adds exciting improvements to the original game including graphical polish such as animated characters during conversations."
"This week’s biggest release on Nintendo consoles is undoubtedly The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, available to download via the Nintendo eShop now. Also released this week is a demo version of Sonic Lost World for both Nintendo 3DS and Wii U, and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag for Nintendo’s home console."
"Namco Bandai Games Europe has announced new details about the moves available in their forthcoming One Piece: Romance Dawn. The Nintendo 3DS exclusive release promises to fulfil all One Piece fans’ expectations by offering them all the ingredients to live a real pirate adventure: sailing, fighting, hard choices and much more."
"PAL territories have struggled to maintain pace with other regions when it comes to the Etrian Odyssey series, with subsequent instalments already available in Japan and North America while Europe has only just received Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan. It’s understandable, as a turn-based first-person role-playing game (RPG) developed exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS isn’t exactly considered an easy sell in the modern marketplace, but it just takes one publisher with the confidence to..."
"If you register a Nintendo 3DS or Nintendo 3DS XL and one of fifteen selected videoames between 27th November 2013, and 13th January 2014, then you can download Super Mario 3D Land for free as part of a new promotion from Nintendo. Fans of 3D adventures set in the Mushroom Kingdom are in for a treat, with Nintendo today announcing the new ‘Welcome Promotion’ for Nintendo 3DS consoles."
"Avanquest Software Publishing today announced it is bringing Doodle Jump Adventures, an action-adventure platform videogame based on the best-selling mobile sensation, Doodle Jump, to the Nintendo 3DS for the first time. This new version of a modern classic will launch next week for the Nintendo 3DS family of consoles."
Beyblade Evolution retails for $29.99 for the game alone, or you can buy the collector's edition that includes an exclusive Beyblade for $10 more. I highly recommend this game for any Beyblade or fan or boy in general. Even though I'm not familiar with the series, I still enjoyed playing this game. Those who are not knowledgeable with the inner workings of Beyblades will score lower in some of the mini-games though.
"This year has seen many big name releases coming to Nintendo 3DS, offering complex videogame experiences on par to home console titles. The likes of Luigi’s Mansion 2, Fire Emblem: Awakening and Animal Crossing: New Leaf have changed the pace of the Nintendo 3DS’ software catalogue by redefining exactly what is expected of the console. Sometimes, however, there’s room for something a bit easier too access. Disposable software that’s fun in ten minute bursts and then forgotten about moments la..."
"Namco Bandai Games Europe has announced that Pac is making a comeback in an all-new experience for a whole new generation of fans. Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures has an original story that is inspired by the television show of the same name, and is set to launch throughout Europe early next year."
"I knew this game would be bad coming into this review. We didn’t even know it was coming out, we didn’t even ask for a review copy. It just appeared like the haunted video tape in The Ring and I knew it was going to be about as much fun as it too. But no matter how much you know better, there is always a little part of you that lives to hope; at this point I think it’s called Sonic Fan Syndrome. That part of me died a little bit after playing this game though."