Xbox One S console review

The Xbox One S is revised version of the Xbox One console, initially released way back in 2013.  It contains all the same parts and performance with the previous iteration, however, the packaging is much smaller.  It also adds 4K and High Dynamic Range (HDR) for those households with the[…]

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Super Mario Maker on the 3DS

Super Mario Maker on the Wii U, whilst not the most technologically advanced video game, was such a hit last year that Nintendo has decided to see if lightning strikes twice by re-releasing the game for the portable 3DS. It makes sense given that there are way more owners of[…]

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Pokemon Moon on Nintendo 3DS

For the last few weeks, I have been spending my nights (and any train journeys) playing the new Pokemon Moon on my husbands Nintendo 3DS. That’s right I stole his 3DS because I am the only person in the family who doesn’t have one (now if that is not a[…]

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Mario Party: Star Rush

Few video game companies today still embrace the concept of local multiplayer. Fortunately, Nintendo is one of those who creates games for friends they will get together on the sofa.  The Mario Party series has a long history with both home and handheld consoles, so it’s always a challenge for[…]

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Disney Magical World 2

If you haven’t yet played the original Magical World on 3DS, don’t worry, you can still jump into this game and find your feet quite easily.  Yes, it may look and feel like a typical life simulation game, such as Animal Crossing, but there are also some subtle RPG elements thrown[…]

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