During the Gamecube era Nintendo partnered with a number of big developers including Konami, Namco, and SEGA. F-Zero GX was the best game to come out of these partnerships.
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The Metroidvania design is really starting to show its age, but Portrait of Ruin checks all the boxes of a good action game.
Threads of Fate isn’t exactly mediocre, but there are some issues with its controls and level design that leave something to be desired.
The Legend of Zelda – Spirit Tracks is the 2nd in the series for the Nintendo DS. It improves on the previous game in key areas while adjusting the old formula in surprising ways.
Professor Layton & The Diabolical Box provides at least 20 hours of puzzle-solving fun, on top presenting the player with an engaging whodunnit.
A solid puzzle-platformer awaits for those willing to give Klonoa a chance on Nintendo’s GameBoy Advance.
Ikaruga is quite arguably the finest example of its genre, and is one of the few games deserving of a perfect score.
Breath of Fire was a divisive game for longtime fans, but in my opinion it is arguably the best of Capcom’s RPG series.