Archive for the ‘Gameboy’ Category

Ps3 Gamer Zone’s Top Five Worst Games

If games like these keep coming out, the future of the gaming industry is bleak. These are five of the most unpleasant video games I’ve ever encountered, and as such, this list should be considered a practical means by which to avoid throwing money away on forgettable and un-fun games. Prepare yourself for an onslaught […]

Animal Crossing New Leaf, Beetle Runs

Animal Crossing New Leaf

Listen up, Animal Crossing New Leaf fans. Even if you feel the need to relax and enjoy life at your own pace, you still need cash, and in order to do cash, you need to work! However, with a little strategy of mine, you can make several million Bells on the first day of having […]

Animal Crossing: New Leaf, A No Life New Life

Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Let the record show that I’ve played the original Animal Crossing for the Gamecube and Wild World for the DS. I skipped out on City Life because I heard it really wasn’t all that good of an expansion on the series. Animal Crossing: New Leaf, however, is everything the old games were and plenty more. […]

Fire Emblem: Awakening Tips and Tricks

Fire Emblem: Awakening

Greetings, fellow Fire Emblem: Awakening fanatics! How’s life on the warpath? Are you in need of some general tips with which to better your strategy and avoid watching your units get swarmed and murdered? I’ll assume yes, because if you don’t need help you’ll probably just bail. I have quite a lineup of tips prepared for […]

Fire Emblem: Awakening Will Bring Out the Tactician in YOU

Fire Emblem: Awakening

Fire Emblem: Awakening for the 3DS. Holy SHIT this game is good. It’s good enough to make me start this review off with a vague and generic adjective. Now, I’ve only played one other Fire Emblem game, so you veterans out there may already be scoffing at me and wondering what I could possibly tell […]

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