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Share. Not the very best. By Joshua Yehl Pokemon the Movie: I Choose You! aims to retell the funny yet touching story of how Ash and Pikachu first met and became best buddies, and in that regard, it is successful. The movie emphasizes the importance of friendship above all else with an energetic and colorful presentation
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Share. This video game adaptation has bite. By Jesse Schedeen Note: this is a spoiler-free review of Castlevania, which is available to stream now on Netflix. Whether animated or live-action, Hollywood has a stunningly poor track record when it comes to adapting popular video game franchises to film and television. Even last year’s Assassin’s Creed,
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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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Share. A new color for Mario. By Terri Schwartz Paper Mario takes a step in the right direction with the great-looking Color Splash, which continues the series’ trend of moving away from its RPG roots in favor of new gimmicks — this time paint instead of stickers — that add a unique twist to its
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Share. This superficial hybrid JRPG is a toe-tapping good time. By Meghan Sullivan Imagine someone pouring pop rocks into a soda can, shaking it up as hard as they can, then digitizing the explosive results. That’s Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE: a zany, effervescent blend of beloved JRPG series Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei that lacks
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Share. Nintendo’s wild, weird take on being a pilot takes time to get used to. By Jose Otero Star Fox Zero resurrects a classic Nintendo 64 plane and tank action game and reimagines it in a faster and more furious incarnation for the Wii U. The best levels capture the feeling of a wild rollercoaster,
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Share. Nintendo’s take on action tower defense is smarter than you think. By Jose Otero It may be intended as a small counterpart to Star Fox Zero, but Star Fox Guard exceeds expectations by building a creative and intuitive action-tower defense game around the idea of manipulating your perspective. Nintendo uses constant misdirection from enemy
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Share. Once Upon a Time in Templar China. By Jesse Schedeen Titan Comics’ latest Assassin’s Creed project has several big selling points right out of the gate. For one thing, it explores the other side of the centuries old conflict between the Assassins and the Templars. For another, it features an intriguing setting in the
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