Pokken Tournament is the perfect blend between the fast paced action of Tekken and the beloved Pokemon series. The game allows you to play as a wide variety of Pokemon, like Pikachu, Blaziken, and Gengar, along with 13 other fan favorites! The game features many arenas in which the characters can duel, my favorite being Haunted House. All of the stages have little Pokemon references in the backdrop, as the Haunted House course has a Ghastly floating around. The game all at once feels like both an authentic and full Pokemon and Tekken experience.
Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games
My name is Emily and I am an official Nintendo Kid Reviewer. It’s really fun every time a new game comes in the mail. This time Mario and Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games came. There are a few modes you can play. Up to four players can play the game with one game card! In the Road to Rio mode you play through the game and play to win the Olympic Games with one gym to train with Mario’s gym or Sonic’s gym. In the Rio 2016 Quick Play you can choose which event to take part in.
In the game you can switch to Plus Events which are the same events with little (or big) twists. In Pocket Marathon you can get prizes from running a course. To run the course you close your 3DS without turning it off and take it with you when you go for a walk. You will win prizes like melons and apples which you can trade for clothes and gear. I haven’t played the whole game yet, but so far it’s been so much fun!
Game tip: Try the clothes and gear that are best for the event and for you.(If you can’t beat a part of the game you can get an assisted clear)
To check out more about the game click here: http://www.nintendo.com/games
Disclosure: Diane Sullivan/3decades3kids is a Nintendo Partner. Emily and Adam Sullivan are Official Nintendo Kid Reviewers. No compensation was given for this post. Sample products are sent throughout the year for the purpose of review…and fun! Follow our gaming series for all of the latest on everything Nintendo. Contact me at Diane@3decades3kids.net and @3decades3kids everywhere else across the social media platform. 3decades3kids.net
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Review
I have been a fan of the Legend of Zelda franchise for as long as I remember. I loved catching myself up on the series via the Nintendo E-Shop and the re-releases of games like Ocarina of Time, and Majora’s Mask. I was extremely excited to see that my favorite game in the franchise, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, was being remastered for the Wii U system. I was so eager to dive back into the universe that I loved so much when I originally visited the game on the Nintendo Gamecube system.