"If you have never had much time for the Lego games before now, this one won't change your mind. But if you know the difference between Dormammu and Deadpool, you'll be right at home here."
"Yes, it's an experience dipped heavily in nostalgia. It offers few surprises to the franchise formula. But it's the strongest entry in the top-down branch of the series since, well, A Link to the Past."
"The series can be best described as a crossover between adventure games and interactive novels."
"Lost World contains elements that'd make for a really good, solid title. Unfortunately it also contains some that aren't as creative."
"New features, and engaging visuals show great strides forwards. X and Y will be looked on very fondly in years to come."
"This is actually a new beginning for the franchise in some ways as it finally adds a new dimension to an overly familiar gameplay."
Review Ver 2.0: All Pieces Included.
We've dug something up on the Nintendo 3DS eShop. Turns out it's a diamond in the rough!
It is often very easy to classify Nintendo as the Japanese giant which makes every game as accessible as possible to appeal to the whole family. Which could be interpreted as "safe and easy".
Project X Zone is a better fan service vanity project than it is a strategy RPG.