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  1. Tomodachi Life

    Tomodachi Life

    Price as reviewed £29.99
    5 Jun 2014
    Our rating:
    8/10

    It’s a weird and wonderful life in Nintendo’s island world.

  2. Kirby: Triple Deluxe

    Price as reviewed £29.99
    9 May 2014
    Our rating:
    8/10

    If you think Kirby sucks, prepare for a big surprise…

  3. Professor Layton vs Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

    Price as reviewed £29.99
    27 Mar 2014
    Our rating:
    8/10

    Two of gaming’s smartest heroes join forces for one great adventure

  4. Mario Party: Island Tour

    Price as reviewed £29.99
    17 Jan 2014
    Our rating:
    5/10

    P.A.R.T. Why? With Mario Party: Island Tour we’re not so sure

  5. New Super Mario Bros 2

    New Super Mario Bros 2

    Price as reviewed £34.99
    9 Aug 2012
    Our rating:
    8/10

    Is the latest 3DS Mario new and super enough?

  6. Pokémon Conquest

    Pokémon Conquest

    Price as reviewed £24.99
    23 Jul 2012
    Our rating:
    8/10

    The worlds of Pokémon and strategy collide on Nintendo DS.

  7. Kid Icarus

    Kid Icarus: Uprising

    Price as reviewed £34.99
    23 Mar 2012
    Our rating:
    7/10

    Nintendo pulls a forgotten hero from the vaults. Does Kid Icarus: Uprising put him back where he belongs?

  8. Mario Kart 7

    Mario Kart 7

    Price as reviewed £29.99
    2 Dec 2011
    Our rating:
    8/10

    Mario and his mates are back on track in the fabulous Mario Kart 7 on Nintendo 3DS.

  9. Super Mario 3D Land

    Price as reviewed £29.90
    19 Nov 2013
    Our rating:
    9/10

    Mario to the rescue! Can Super Mario 3D Land save the reputation of the Nintendo 3DS?

  10. The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks

    Price as reviewed £23.93
    6 Feb 2011
    Our rating:
    9/10

    Zelda at its finest and an unmissable handheld epic.

  11. Animal Crossing: Let's Go To The City

    Price as reviewed £29.35
    5 Feb 2011
    Our rating:
    7/10

    Can the Wii incarnation of Animal Crossing live up to the legacy of its predecessor, or will we be crossing this off our Christmas wish lists?