Month: November 2016

Share. The prequel saga comes full circle. By Jesse Schedeen Once again, DC is capping off a volume of Injustice with a standalone annual issue. But unlike the Year Four annual, which briefly brought writer Tom Taylor back into the fold and directly set the stage for the Year Five status quo, this issue is
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Share. The inability to share your creations online locks down the social fun. By Jose Otero Just like in the amazing Wii U version, the easy-to-use tools of Super Mario Maker for 3DS empower you to create vibrant, challenging or creative levels using the look and feel of several generations of 2D Super Mario games
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Share. Boring, repetitive game modes make Mario Party Star Rush feel like an after-after-after party. By Jose Otero The best mini-game challenges in Mario Party Star Rush kept me hanging on the edge of my seat. At times, it offers up opportunities for mischievous competition where I could try to trip up my opponents, but
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Share. Sun and Moon greatly improve upon Pokemon’s formula and craft a world worth exploring. By Kallie Plagge Update: Pokemon Sun and Moon has been nominated for IGN’s 2016 Game of the Year.  Like re-reading a favorite book in an unfamiliar place, Pokemon Sun and Moon combine a lot of my favorite things about Pokemon into
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Share. Nintendo’s wee console is lovely, but its painfully short controller limits how you can play it. By Jose Otero I still feel genuine excitement whenever I reach the fourth world of Super Mario Bros. 3 for the NES, and that rush of adrenaline is a testament to the power of the great classic video
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