Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor Review - Nintendo DS

Devil Survivor Intro:

No, it’s not some Japanese reality show; Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor (hereafter referred to as SMT: DS for love of convenience) is a great addition to Atlus’s Shin Megami Tensei family of RPGs.

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Hyrule Warriors Legends Review - The Old School Game Vault

The Intro:

Let’s face it – executing a perfect superhero landing onto a field of battle and mowing down thousands of enemies, dozens with every attack, is a lot of fun. And when you get to execute said carnage with some of your favorite characters?

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Pokemon Sun And Moon Review - The Old School Game Vault

The Intro:

In the 20 odd years since the lovable critters of the Pokemon Universe took the world by storm, the franchise has been adapted into several kinds of media. As would befit a franchise this popular, there have been a ton of Pokemon games over the years.

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Nintendo 3DS The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Review

The Legend of Zelda is one of the most iconic franchises of gaming, and of pop-culture in general. If you don’t know what this franchise is about, you’ve probably gotten many looks of disbelief from your gamer friends. 

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The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes - Nintendo 3DS Review

The Intro:

A good co-op puzzler is a hard thing to pull off. You need a balance of inventive mechanics, clever level design and clear advantages to playing with a group of friends instead of alone.

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Mario Golf World Tour 3ds Review - The Old School Game Vault

The Intro:

Has there ever been a character in games or in real life who is more prolific than Mario? This short Italian man with an adorable moustache has done plumbing, go-kart racing, played basketball, tennis, and even competed at the Olympic Games.

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Shovel Knight 3DS Review - The Old School Game Vault

The Intro:

What’s bad about being old-fashioned? It certainly isn’t the same as being nostalgic. There’s a reason why a lot of gamers still enjoy old-school games. It isn’t purely because they have a special connection to them since they grew up with these games, either.

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One Piece Unlimited World Red Nintendo 3DS Review

The Intro:

If you’ve never heard about One Piece, here’s the very basics of what you need to know – it’s about pirates, and there are lots of them.  The creator of the manga, Eiichiro Oda, is extremely prolific, and the series has crossed well over 750 chapters.

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Siesta Fiesta Nintendo 3ds Review The Old School Game Vault

The Intro:

The original Breakout is bona fide gaming royalty. The people who were involved in the making of the game went on to do spectacular things across different fields in the technological sphere. Not least of whom were two people you might have heard of – Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs.

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Azure Striker Gunvolt 3Ds Review - The Old School Game Vault

Release Date: 2014 | Players: Single-player | Genre: Platformer | Console: 3dsRelease Date: 2014 | Players: Single-player, Multiplayer | Genre: Action/Adventure | Console: PS3, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DSRelease Date: 2014 | Players: Single-player, Multiplayer | Genre: Action/Adventure | Console: PS3, PS Vita, Wii U, 3DS
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The Intro:

Mega Man has inspired more games than its humanoid protagonist could probably remember. Its iconic gameplay style and platforming mechanics have been adopted by a majority of the 2D games that came after it.

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Tomodachi Life 3ds Review - The Old School Game Vault

The Intro:

There’s no two ways about it – nobody does ‘weird’ like the Japanese. Across all forms of pop culture, whether it is movies, anime, comics, advertisements, television or even their games, there’s a plethora of Japanese content that will leave you utterly bewildered and scratching your head. And when you come across a game that completely, unabashedly owns its Japanese-ness, you’re often in for an interesting time.

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Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars Nintendo 3ds Review

Let’s talk about puzzles:

What is it about puzzles that make them so interesting to us? Maybe it’s the process of uncovering an answer which we know is hiding right beneath the surface. There’s an answer, it’s just waiting for us do to do the right things before it can reveal itself.

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