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Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions is a Super Game

Reviewer: Jason Age: 14 Game: Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser's Minions is a remake of fan favorite Gameboy Advanced game, Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga with many new features added. The game starts out exactly the same as the original game. Cackletta and Fawful steal Princess Peach's Voice with Mario, Luigi and Bowser traveling to Beanbean Kingdom in order to take it back.   The story and gameplay are mostly identical to the original game but with minor tweaks such as the ability to speed up cut scenes, and saving can be done at anytime.  Just like the other games in the series it is a ...

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Miitopia Makes Mii Have a Lot of Fun

Reviewer: Jason, Age 14 Game: Miitopia (Nintendo 3DS) Miitopia is similar to Tomodachi Life, but instead of a life simulation game, it is a turn based RPG. In this game, you can choose a Mii for every single character and NPC that you come across. They can be anyone such as your friends, your favorite fictional characters, Jack Black or even a pig. You can even change them as many times as you like in the settings. When choosing a Mii you can choose from Mii Central which houses a bunch of Miis so that you don’t need to get all the Miis. If you have save data of Tomodachi Life, you can ...

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Ever Oasis will Forever Stand out as a Great Game

Reviewer: Jason, Age 14 Game: Ever Oasis Ever Oasis is a unique game due it being a blend of two genre. It’s both an action RPG and a town building game. In this game you play as a seedling whose brother's oasis was destroyed by the force known as Chaos. He transports you away just in time to be saved. Then you come across a water spirit named Esna who happens to be the last water spirit alive as all the others were killed by Chaos. You and her create an oasis together and it’s your job to expand it and make it grow. You accomplish your goal of building and improving ...

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Splatoon 2 is Outstand-ink

Reviewer: Jason, Age 14 Game: Splatoon 2 The follow up to the hit 2014 game, Splatoon, Splatoon 2 is upon us. I am here today to review that game. The gameplay of Splatoon 2 is very simple, you move around and shoot ink but if you turn into your squid form, you can move around faster in your ink and recover ink faster. There are 7 different classes of weapons in the game right now with the brella class coming soon in a free update. The shooters are the average gun with average fire speed, damage and range. The rollers leaving a trail of ink behind you, killing or splatting, as ...

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Win Ever Oasis for the Nintendo 3DS

Deserts are pretty amazing. What may seem to be a completely dead and desolate expanse of land can in reality be teeming with life just beneath the surface. If any one word can sum up life in the desert, it's hope. That's what an oasis brings to those thirsty lost wanderers. Apparently Nintendo also sees the beauty in deserts, since they set their latest game, Ever Oasis, smack dab in the middle of sand country. The Nintendo 3DS game lets you control the last lone oasis in the desert, with an ominous force known as Chaos threatening to destroy it all. Your job is to explore the desert, solve all sorts of ...

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ARMS is Helping to Arm the Nintendo Switch with Some Great Games

Reviewer: Jason, Age 14 Game: ARMS ARMS is Nintendo’s newest fighting game that relies on using extendable Arms to punch your opponent. The objective of the game is the defeat your opponent by depleting all of their health. Each match is played best out of three with the person who gets two wins first winning the match. Victory is at arms' length! The main control scheme is using motion controls but there are other options if you want. In the game you hold both joy-cons facing each other in both hands. In order to punch you have to punch using the joy-con. The joy-cons can even be tilted to curve the punches. At ...

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