Tag Archives: 3DS

82 – Mario’s A Never Nude

Jason Arriola is joined by  John Lucero and Luke Maxwell to talk about the Dragon Ball FighterZ beta, Dragon Quest XI, and Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. The generation of ports continues, PewDiePie should probably shut his piehole, and there was a ton of Nintendo Direct stuff to go over. Next week is the Metal Gear Solid: Ghost […]

Mononoke Forest Review

Platform: Nintendo 3DS Mononoke Forest, as the name might suggest, is a game about Mononoke. You might be asking, what are Mononoke? Well, they are little creatures that thrive on making humans happy, collecting “happy orbs,” and trying to create paradise. Unfortunately, not all Mononoke are good, as there is a group of Hazard Mononoke […]

Pocket Card Jockey Review

Platforms: Android, iOS, and Nintendo 3DS (reviewed) Game Freak may be most well known for the  Pokémon series, but they’ve also released their fair share of other quirky titles. One of the latest to be added to that list is Pocket Card Jockey, a mash up of horse racing and solitaire. If that sounds a little […]

Two Kunio-kun Games Coming West

If you’re a fan of the Kunio-kun/River City, Natsume’s got your back. Nekketsu Mahou Monogatari, is coming our way as River City : Knights of Justice. Here’s the news from Natsume directly. “River City: Knights of Justice, known in Japan as Nekketsu Mahou Monogatari, is scheduled to launch as a 3DS e-Shop exclusive this summer. Kunio and […]

Get Lycanroc And Some Mega Stones For Pokémon Sun And Moon

If you’ve fallen out of playing Pokémon Sun and Moon, here are some reasons to at least dip your toes back in. First off, Gamestop is giving Lycanroc cards out that will give you a code to download one in its Midnight Form. Normally, you have to evolve Rockruff to level 25 in Pokémon Moon at night to get one, so Pokémon Sun players […]

SteamWorld Heist Review

Platforms: Nintendo 3DS (reviewed), Microsoft Windows, OS X, Linux, PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Wii U, iOS Image & Form games continues to impress with SteamWorld Heist, the follow-up to their critically acclaimed game SteamWorld Dig. This time around things will be quite different in the SteamWorld galaxy as Heist has traded in the platforming and […]

Getting Back On The Amiibo Hype Train

In case you missed the news, Nintendo seems to be a long way away from giving up on amiibo. Yesterday, they showed off a bunch of new amiibo. First off, we’ve got the last batch of Super Smash Bros amiibo, two different versions of Bayonetta, Cloud, and Corrin. Splatoon fans get three more amiibo. To help celebrate […]

69 – Our Masters in Japan

We did it guys. We really did it. We made it to the this momentous occasion. Podcast number 69! Jason Arriola is joined by Anthony Villaneuva, John Lucero, and Luke Maxwell to talk about what they’ve been playing, Palmer Luckey, the weird daddy issues from Atlus USA, Scorpio, jazz, and video game sites that are […]

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Gets Some More Information

Since I posted about it last week, more details have come out about Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology. First, some details were revealed. The visuals will be refreshed (although, from what I can tell, it looks largely the same), the game systems will be updated (vague, at best), it will include a new character named Nemesia (gee, […]

North America And Europe Are Getting The Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Collector’s Edition

Nintendo announced that it will be bringing out a limited edition version of Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. The limited edition will cost $59.99 and, in addition to the game, comes with a hardcover artbook, a sound selection CD soundtrack, reversible cover art for the game itself, and three pins that feature Alm, Celia, and […]