Category: 3DS

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Pokemon Picross Preview

Pokemon Picross is a plastic cake. From far away, it looks delicious and I can see the combination of my favorite things coming together in a pretty presentation. However, when I try to take a bite I'm left with broken...

/ December 10, 2015

The Free Cheese Game Club | Star Fox 64 3D

This month, The Free Cheese Game Club has chosen to play Star Fox 64 3D. Yes, you may now "do a barrel roll." At E3 2014, Nintendo announced a new entry in the Star Fox series. There wasn't much in...

/ December 1, 2015

The Free Cheese Game Club | Animal Crossing: New Leaf

It's been almost two years since I purchased a Nintendo 3DS. A few days after my initial purchase, I ran back out to grab a copy of a game that I had been curious about, yet had never touched an...

/ September 8, 2015

Box Boy! Review

I think that a lot of us who play games spend a lot of time going from game to game, one after another. Often, we juggle a handful of games at the same time. Even when that perfect game comes...

/ May 12, 2015

The Free Cheese LIVE: Oswald Strikes Back!

Mewtwo was just released for Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and Super Smash Bros. for 3DS as the first DLC character. We received the character, along with the new Mii costumes made available and decided to play a bit...

/ April 15, 2015

Nintendo Direct 04.01.15 Predictions

It's been a few months since Nintendo delivered one of its Nintendo Direct presentations to the world. Last time around, we heard about Wii games coming to Wii U Virtual Console, Spring release dates, and new amiibo figurines. The next...

/ April 1, 2015

Goodbye, Club Nintendo | Part II: The Rewards

While we are saying goodbye to Club Nintendo in just a few hours, I thought it would be nice to look back at some of the best and coolest rewards that the service offered to fans who participated. I wasn't...

/ March 31, 2015

Goodbye, Club Nintendo | Part I: Registration

Club Nintendo launched in North America in 2009. The rewards program allowed participants to register their hardware and software to earn points that could be traded for Nintendo items. A lot of the early examples of rewards were items made...

/ March 30, 2015