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Being a remake of Return of Samus keeps this from being the strongest 2D entry in the franchise.

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A simple innovation manages to compensate for some otherwise poorly designed challenges, saving this game from being an endless grind of frustration.

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Long-running franchises always run the risk of becoming rote and repetitive. The Ace Attorney series manages to meld an ensemble-based narrative with gameplay to make the series more vibrant than ever.

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A quick look at how the developer truncated a huge chunk of the game in order to strengthen new character Jeff.

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Venturing into Twoson, the game’s challenge begins to ramp up and the inventory gets increasingly limited.

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Thoughts and musings whilst traipsing about EarthBound’s introductory town of Onett.

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Forces have been stretched a bit too thin here, my liege.

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Combines classic 8-bit game design elements with very Platinum Studios style action to create a most interesting and engaging type of beginner’s game.

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I didn’t finish Final Fantasy Explorers, and neither did Square-Enix.

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How making the unpredictable just a little bit more predictable can maintain challenge while being more user-friendly.

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