HarmoKnight Review (Nintendo 3DS)

Welcome to Retro Reviews, where we’ll be taking a look at games released farther back in Nintendo’s history and giving them a review here on NintenPedia. Today we have quite an oddity by the legendary developer Game Freak, a rhythm-based sidescroller of all things! Game Freak has adopted an interest in games outside of their …

Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn Review (Nintendo 3DS)

Kirby’s had a stellar life on the 3DS, more so than any other console he’s appeared on. Counting main series titles, Virtual Console games, and eShop Exclusives, Kirby’s 3DS library spans over ten games in total. Through all of this, the pink puffball has managed to avoid the constant flow of remakes to the 3DS …

WarioWare Gold (Review)

WarioWare is a fast paced game all about “microgames”, in which you swiftly and correctly complete mini game after mini game. The further you go, the faster it gets until you lose all four of your lives. The game ends after that. Funnily enough, Nintendo decided to make a Story Mode for this game with …

Detective Pikachu Review (Nintendo 3DS)

  It’s no secret that Game Freak is the mastermind behind the Pokémon franchise, and their success seems to be mostly attributed to the series. But what about their other works? Surprisingly, the game development company has created a healthy list of titles completely separate (and successful) from that of the Pocket Monsters, such as …

Comic Workshop 2: Who wants to be a pro? (3DS app review)

Title: Comic Workshop 2 Developer: Collavier Corporation Publisher: Collavier Release date: 18 June 2015 Price:$9.99/£7.19/7.19€ Mixed feelings, that’s the best way to describe Comic Workshop 2. For those of you who already have the first game, is the sequel that different? No, not really. But it is better and you will get a nice 40% discount. Comic Workshop 2 …

Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Review

If you had the power to change the last country in the world inhabited with humans and demons to your ideal liking, would you step up and take charge or cower in fear while waiting for the gods to do something about it? In Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse, you become a god slayer through …

Pokemon Omega Ruby Review

Pokemon has always been a hit, no matter which series, which generation, or which specific game. Even the TV show and movies were hits. However, the games were always the most popular. Somehow the creators of the Pokemon video games, Game Freak, Creatures Inc., and their publisher Nintendo, always find a way to make the …

Wizdom Review

Initial Release: October 22, 2015 eShop Price: $9.99 Developer and Publisher: Moving Player Genre: Puzzle, Strategy GAMEPLAY Making ingredients, mixing them, and making potions; that’s the gist of Wizdom. At first glance, you’re probably thinking “Ugh, another one of those match-three puzzle games.” But prepare to get something quite different than you’d expect. Keeping up …

Stella Glow Review

Title: Stella Glow Developer/Publisher: Imageepoch/Atlus Release Date: November 17th, 2015 Price: $49.99 Stella Glow’s heavy emphasis on song might mislead the casual observer to believe that Imageepoch’s last game has rhythm elements. It doesn’t. It’s a straightforward strategy RPG through and through, set in a world where humans have lost the ability to sing. Only witches …