REVIEW: TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES: DANGER OF THE OOZE (NINTENDO 3DS)

When it comes to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and video games, the two haven’t gotten along for quite some time. After being a part of some of the best licensed video games ever produced in Konami’s TMNT: The Arcade Game and Turtles in Time, there really hasn’t been a truly excellent game starring the anthropomorphic…

REVIEW: LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM (3DS)

I love Lego Marvel Super Heroes, completing it 100% on the Xbox 360 and mere months later when I purchased a PS4, I double-dipped on the game, again reaching 100% completion. I also loved it so much that I picked up the 3DS version of the game, subtitled “Universe in Peril,” and I thought it…

REVIEW: BIG HERO 6: BATTLE IN THE BAY (NINTENDO 3DS)

NOTE: THIS GAME DOESN’T ALLOW THE USE OF 3-D. Movie tie-in games that release on anything other than a mobile device are something of a rarity nowadays with consumers wising up to the obvious cash-grab games that publishers shoveled onto shelves, quality be damned, to piggyback off the success of a major motion picture. Which is…

REVIEW: THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (3DS)

NOTE: I played in 2D but turned the slider up periodically to check to see how the game looks and found no real difference at all. For games that try to launch across nearly every single available platform on the market, there’s a few options that a developer can take when bringing a game to…