Nintendo and Techmo Koei’s lovechild of Hyrule Warriors arises to be one of the most imperfectly charming adventures in the Zelda legend.
While we haven’t seen the Blue Bomber in a game of his own for quite some time, the minds behind Mega Man have been hard at work creating new titles to carry on the legacy of one of gaming’s finest. The recently released Azure Striker Gunvolt for the 3DS borrows aspects from the Mega Man X and Zero series and infuses enough new elements to give the game a classic but fresh feel. Inti Creates new boy in blue provides a solid, albeit slightly flawed, first outing.
Kirby: Triple Deluxe takes the usual Kirby formula and adapts it to the 3DS, providing a fun adventure that doesn’t overstay its welcome. Triple Deluxe is a good handheld title that makes use of the 3DS’s unique features.
There’s one aspect of the Virtual Console that I really like above all others. Import games. Over the next few weeks we’ll be looking at some of my favorite import titles to grace the Virtual Console. To kick things off, I’m going to take a look at one of the first import titles released, Sin and Punishment: Successors of the Earth.