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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Brings a New Dimension to a Timeless Classic on Nintendo 3DS
The much loved and highly praised Zelda title, Ocarina of Time is making a return on the Nintendo 3DS. In addition to the updated graphics, controls, and content, you will be able to take the game on the go in glasses-free 3D. The wait is not much longer, as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of TIme 3D will launch June […]
Big thanks to GameCrunch for hosting these and GBATemp forum member, Eighteen for creating them Animal Crossing: Let’s Go To The City (Wii) – Click Here! Arc Rise Fantasia (Wii) – Click Here! Conduit 2 (Wii) – Click Here! Donkey Kong: Country Returns (Wii) – Click Here! Final Fantasy: Chrystal Chronicles (Gamecube) – Click Here! Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn (Wii) […]
Joystiq’s, JC, sheds some light on this remake for the 3DS: Most important of all, it feels, mechanically, like Cave Story. In my opinion, a great deal of the lasting appeal of the original comes from how responsive the controls are, and how enjoyable the basic jumping and shooting feel — think about holding the machine gun down to jetpack […]
Plot An unknown enemy causes the appearance of multiple “time holes”, forcing Sonic and his friends back in time. As a result, Sonic must band together with his past self to defeat this enemy and fix the timestream. Gameplay Both the Modern and Classic Sonic designs appear in Sonic Generations. The game features levels derived from 20 years of Sonic […]
Ocarina of Time 3D – Robin Williams Commercial
Star Fox 64 3D is due out in North America this September.
Visit The Official Super Pokémon Scramble Site The recent announcement of Super Pokemon Scramble came without any details. Today, Pokemon Co. opened an official site for the game with some details and a first trailer. Like its WiiWare predecessor, Super Pokemon Scramble is set in the world of toys. You wind up your favorite Pokemon figure and guide it in […]
After playing through both the XBox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Sonic Generations at SEGA’s “Sonic Boom” event, I was ready to finally get my hands on the Nintendo 3DS version. On the final day of E3 2011, I made my way to the SEGA booth to try it out. I was able to play through the Green Hill […]
At first glance, it seems that Konami is simply copying Professor Layton with their upcoming game, “Doctor Lautrec & the Forgotten Knights.” The Nintendo 3DS title feels much like Layton, but it expands on it in many ways. After some hands-on time, I can say that it looks beautiful both in the cinematic cutscenes and gameplay. Instead of the point-and-click […]
Sega is bringing back Shinobi on the Nintendo 3DS. I was able to play this brand new adventure at E3 2011, and it feels and looks very good. While, it is not the best looking game that I have seen for the 3DS, but it looks nice. As opposed to many side-scrolling beat-em-ups, you must use defense in Shinobi. You […]
Square Enix is bringing a cooperative action-adventure RPG to Nintendo 3DS in early 2012 with “Heroes of Ruin.” The demo I played at E3 2011 was only single-player, but the final version will have at least two-player local and online co-op, with a possibility of four players. They are still working on that. In a view similar to most RPGs, […]
Konami is bringing Frogger back for his 30th anniversary in “Frogger 3D” for Nintendo 3DS. While there was a Frogger game with the same name before, this is not it. This 3DS title has a much different feel than the original Frogger, but it is still the core game you have come to know and love. After some hands-on at […]
If you have read my game reviews before, you will notice that I enjoy a good sports video game. FIFA 12 is coming out on the Nintendo 3DS, and I got some hands-on time with it at E3 2011. While the game looks just all right in 2D mode, it really comes alive when you push up the 3D slider. […]
While searching the E3 2011 show floor, I ran across a Nintendo 3DS game from Ubisoft called “Adventures of TinTin.” Quite honestly, I had no idea what this was about (sorry, fans; hold back the flames) or what I was doing, and that never changed during my ten minutes of play. Apparently, it follows the movie, which is made my […]