Monthly Archives: September 2017

Nintendo Badge Arcade

The Nintendo Badge Arcade is a free downloadable game for Nintendo 3DS consoles. Basically, it’s a set of crane games, where you have to pick out badges (which are all based on various Nintendo characters.) These badges can then be … Continue reading

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Diddy Kong Racing

The Donkey Kong Country series had provided some of the most popular games on the SNES and Diddy Kong was a large part of that series. As a result, Diddy was a popular character of his own and so he … Continue reading

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Yoshi’s Universal Gravitation

This is a game that, in concept, sounded like it could be really good. I love Yoshi games and the idea of merging that formula with gravity-altering gyroscopic controls seemed really exciting. But could such a nice concept really succeed … Continue reading

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Castlevania games:

1986: Castlevania 1987: Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest 1989: Castlevania: The Adventure 1989: Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse 2006: Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin 2011: Scribblenauts ยน Footnotes: Alucard can be summoned to help you in the Japanese version of the game.

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Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse

After two games about Simon Belmont’s struggles to defeat Dracula, the third main entry in the Castlevania series took a slightly different approach and showed us the story of Trevor Belmont – an ancestor of Simon’s. Personally, I see this … Continue reading

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Judge

I’m quite a big fan of the Game & Watch series of games and I appreciate the fact that Judge attempts to do something different to the rest of them. Usually Game & Watch games will take a menial task … Continue reading

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Yu-Gi-Oh! Volumes 4 – 6 by Kazuki Takahashi

I have to admit, that after reading volume 3 of Yu-Gi-Oh! I was worried that the series might become somewhat formulaic (and here’s my review of the first three volumes, for reference.) To a small extent, that is true, but … Continue reading

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Marvel Platinum: The Definitive Deadpool

Not too long ago, I watched the movie Deadpool and I decided that I’d like to properly immerse myself in the Marvel Universe. As I had quite enjoyed that film, I thought that a collection of comics featuring the character … Continue reading

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How Watson Learned the Trick by Arthur Conan Doyle

How Watson Learned the Trick is a very short (and obscure) Sherlock Holmes story. It’s basically a small scene from the lives of Holmes and Watson where Watson decides to have a go at deducing things like Holmes does. But … Continue reading

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Assassination Classroom, Volume 3 by Yusei Matsui

This is the third volume of the fantastic Assassination Classroom manga and, in my opinion, is the installment where it goes from being “very good” to being “absolutely amazing!” So, I definitely suggest picking it up if you read the … Continue reading

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