Mario And Donkey Kong is simply a very good puzzle game.
Further proof, if any were needed, that Nintendo and its subsidiary teams still very much ‘have it’.
A few minor missteps don't manage to detract from what is one of the best games on the system.
A great action title and one of the best offerings on Nintendo's console.
Paper Mario: Sticker Star's vibrant, buoyant world marries so well with the script's deliciously wry take on Mario's classic tropes. It's just a real shame that the rest of the game feels paper thin.
Layton is a good distance removed from the hysteria that surrounded his debut title, then, but the fifth game in this stylised series is enough to keep you entertained.
There's plenty of unmemorable fun to be had here, but it's shocking how it only took three goes for Nintendo to make New Super Mario Bros. feel old.
Theatrhythm's real star is undoubtedly its music, which appeals far more than its cumbersome RPG elements.
Rhythm Thief hits a few bum notes along the way, but its performance is worth a round of applause.
A triumphant return for a forgotten hero; a dazzling, silly, beautiful adventure that mostly, but never completely, overcomes its control woes.