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Review – Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth

Categories: 3DS, Reviews

Anybody who’s kept up with my reviews on this site knows that I’m a big fan of the Etrian Odyssey series. It’s also not much of a secret that I’m a big fan of Persona, having indulged in most of the modern numbered titles and their various spinoffs. And you…

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Here’s what went down during the Pokémon Press Conference yesterday

Categories: 3DS, Mobile, News, Retro, Switch

With only a couple weeks to go until E3, and a Pokémon Direct announced for next Wednesday, the question of what would be revealed during a worldwide broadcast in yesterday’s Pokémon Press Conference lingered in everybody’s minds. Hardcore fans wanted long-awaited sequels, craving Pokémon Snap and Mystery Dungeon followups, and…

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Shovel Knight half off ahead of Treasure Trove price increase, expansions and amiibo coming soon

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: 3DS, Amiibo News, News, Switch, Wii U

Ho, noble burrowers! We stand on the cusp of something long-buried, with the long-awaited King of Cards and Showdown expansions in the last stages of their development, according to Yacht Club Games. While we don’t have a date for these (sadly), there’s some great news for anyone who’s somehow missed…

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Switch outsells Nintendo 64 and more financial updates

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: 3DS, News, Switch

As April winds down, it’s once again time for Nintendo to bring investors up-to-speed with another financial report, this time covering the entire 2018 Fiscal Year ending March 2019. In terms of hardware, there wasn’t a huge budge from the January report, as the Switch went from 32.27 million units…

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The 3DS: Eight years later

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: 3DS

Eight years ago today, I went to my local Toys”R”Us and picked up my sleek, Cosmo Black 3DS system. I always tell myself the 3DS isn’t that old, but it’s actually been out for quite some time now. Since then, I’ve finished middle school, high school, and I’m just about…

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