"Skylanders Spyro's Adventure 3DS review. Classic Game Room reviews
SKYLANDERS SPYRO'S ADVENTURE for Nintendo 3DS, the 3D version of
Skylanders which is a completely different game the the home console
versions. Skylanders for the Nintendo 3DS is an action platformer where
your Skylander figures will jump and sometimes hover (depending on the
character) from platform to platform. Attacks vary between figures but
you can transfer your Skylanders library from the console versions of
the game to your Nintendo 3DS version of Skylanders. CGR Skylanders 3DS
video review shows daily element challenges, 3D graphics (in 2D) and new
arena style battle segments. Skylanders for the Nintendo 3DS comes with
Ignitor, Stealth Elf and the special Dark Spyro!"
If you're nevertheless skeptic in regards to the Virtual Pilot 3D, nothing can clear your mind better than reading through a Virtual Pilot 3D assessment. As with some other solution, the Virtual Pilot 3D critique will provide you with an concept about the merchandise, its features, its professionals and its drawbacks. You need all that data to find out whether the solution is value getting or not. Should you enjoy playing flight simulator online games, you certainly really should read our Virtual Pilot 3D assessment.
The Legend of Zelda Special Edition 25th Anniversary 3DS Review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow video game review of The Legend of Zelda Special Edition 25th Anniversary 3DS, a Cosmo Black 3DS with special Triforce-pattern finish developed by Nintendo and first available on November 25, 2011. Leave it to Nintendo to make a new shiny version of their hardware once there's already an install base, so as to circumvent market saturation. I played it smart, though, and waited until the shiniest possible 3DS, this special Legend of Zelda version, was unleashed to the gaming public. Granted, it involved my standing in line for five hours on Black Friday, but I think it was worth it. Now I just need some games.
Richard Dreyfuss just can't seem to stay out of the water, Elisabeth Shue is the mother of a teenage boy and Jerry O'Connell likes to film naked girls in this film about sex, drugs and prehistoric fish.
I review the Nintendo 3DS.
It's only a few days away from the release of Ocarina of Time in 3D, and Jim Sterlings got a review for you! Plus, there's no Zelda 25th Anniversary collection, BF3 shows off some PS3 gameplay, and Portal 2 gets some DLC!
Starfox 64 3D has arrived, and we enlisted Jonathan Holmes to give us his video review. Plus, Borderlands 2 devs Gearbox want to know what YOU Want in the game, Saints Row the Third has hoverbikes, and Steam might be coming to 360. All that and more, on this week's episode of LIVE Destructoid!
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Star Fox 64 3D review. Classic Game Room reviews STAR FOX 64 3D for Nintendo 3DS. Starfox 64 3D is a 3-D remake of the 1997 classic, Star Fox 64, on Nintendo 64. This Star Fox 64 3D video review has StarFox 64 3D gameplay in HD from the NIntendo 3DS. Nintendo's 3D remake of Star Fox 64 is a slick remastering of the original game cartridge with updated visuals, 3D effect, 2 gameplay modes and a local multiplayer played from 1 3DS game pak mode. After players shoot down loads of bad guys an end bosses to beat Star Fox 64 3D they can then enjoy a score attack mode.
Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D from THQ for the Nintendo 3DS. There's a clear Nintendogs element to this game, but it gives the formula a pretty unique spin. It would be wrong to say puppy petting doesn't make up the bulk of the experience in this game, but it also adds management and business simulation. You play as the owner of a brand new pet resort. People bring their pets to the resort, and after they're booked, you take care of them. You have to feed them, water them and bathe them. Once you've met each animal's needs, you can give them back to their abusive owner. And charge them. This video review features video gameplay footage of Paws & Claws Pampered Pets Resort 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D from n-Space and Atari for the Nintendo 3DS. RollerCoaster Tycoon debuted on the PC in 1999. The brilliance of the games is mixing the virtual toy box concept with an amusement park theme. But the problem with the 3DS version is that it feels hollowed out. You can design your rides and place your attractions, but there's not much room for tinkering. And tinkering is sort of the whole point. This video review features video gameplay footage of RollerCoaster Tycoon 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
Puzzler Mind Gym 3D review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Puzzler Mind Gym 3D from Ideas Pad and Ubisoft for the Nintendo 3DS. Puzzler Mind Gym 3D is a brain game meant to be played on a daily basis, though we can't imagine doing that. The game presents you with brain teasers and visual puzzles over a 90 day period, and they're split into four categories: visual, memory, numerical and word. You run through all four, the game evaluates you and you're supposed to try to do even better the next day. Too bad the game doesn't. There's serious inconsistency not only with the quality of the games, but with their overall feel. A game like Brain Age has a sense of continuity, but Puzzler Mind Gym 3D is just all over the place. You're tapping falling words, then you're watching a clown. Then you're lamenting your own existence. This video review features video gameplay footage of Puzzler Mind Gym 3D for the Nintendo 3DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.