It's been 14 long years, but we've got an early glimpse at the upcoming numbered single-player Dragon Quest game.
As surprised as we were by its announcement, we're even more surprised after having played it for 90 minutes.
Nintendo is taking a 25-year-old NES game out of retirement and is bringing it to the 3DS.
Nintendo's fascinating level editor shifts gears and readies to entertain 3DS players.
Set in the Hawaiian inspired region of Alola, the next chapter in the Pokémon franchise strives to be one of the most refreshing takes on the formula yet.
We took a final look at Arte Piazza's remade classic.
Do the criticisms from its unveiling still stand when playing the actual game?
We've endured the tutorials and taken a look at what lies beyond.
Like the legend of the Phoenix...
There's been an awakening of the blocky kind.
In America they're already choosing between Hoshido and Nohr; here in Europe we're still trying to decide while we wait.
We tried the new RPG spin-off dedicated to Pokémon, developed by Spike Chunsoft.
One of the most appreciated RPGs on Nintendo 3DS gets a sequel next month. We've played Bravely Second.
TT Games has assembled yet another Lego title, and we've been hands-on with The Avengers.
We travelled out to Vicarious Visions to learn what else other than the inclusion of vehicles that sets Superchargers apart from its predecessors.
There's no time for strolls or chatter in the busy life of a home designer, it's all work.
The 3DS gets a third role playing game in the Mario style as the Bros of two RPG universes collide.
Hilarity and the need for quick wits as we run through two dungeons of the surprising star of Nintendo's E3 titles.
Skylanders turned racer? We report on the franchise taking the skies, seas and racetracks in the newest - and biggest - change to the series yet.
Four light bites from the multi-movie game tie-in.
The darkest chapter of the series returns.
We've been monster hunting as Capcom readies the latest game in the series.
We've been playing a lot of the new FIFA demo, and while there's plenty of changes coming, we're hopeful that they're mostly for the better.
We head to Warner to see the newest Lego game built by TT Games, and get something truly interstellar.
it's clear that Nintendo has always tried to aim for a highly original, if bizarre, approach to most of its games.