44. Resident Evil Revelations (3DS)

  • 8.38
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Resident Evil Revelations is just an achievement that is truly impressive therefore the definitive ‘mature’ title in the 3DS. A blend of the series’ different game styles and a subtly evolved control system, this title feels like a tribute to and progression of the franchise with production values worthy of a home console release (which actually arrived later), a significant volume of content. There are downsides though, including surges in trouble and falls in frame price which are periodically jarring in comparison to all of those other name. The same, Revelations has one thing to supply Resi fans old and that is new are few experiences in the 3DS more engrossing or exciting.

43. Mario Kart 7 (3DS)

  • 8.38
  • Review 9/10
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Mario Kart happens to be a basic on Nintendo handhelds considering that the GBA’s Mario Kart Super Circuit, and though the DS version did a marvellous work of offering players the full-blooded experience that is 3D 3DS’ extra horsepower made Mario Kart 7 feel similar to a property system launch than previously. Bringing back coins during races and presenting car customisation and underwater driving to your show, its excellent stereoscopic 3D once more proved that, when you look at the right fingers, the function could really then add unique sauce, assisting flesh out of the world exactly that little bit more. Booting it now makes us miss obtaining the option – roll on Nintendo 3DSwitch! (settle down, that is a joke… or perhaps is it? )

42. Fantasy Lifestyle (3DS)

  • 8.38
  • Review 8/10
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Provided the game’s relative age, Fantasy lifestyle is not the shiniest model from the 3DS’ rack, nonetheless it simply could be the happiest. Continue reading