The Swindle 
Nobunaga’s Ambition 2 (3DS) – 7/8/8/8 [31/40]
Romance of the Three Kingdoms 2 (3DS) – 7/7/8/8 [30/40]
Cube Creator 3D (3DS) – 7/6/7/7 [27/40]
Bonbonribbon Tokimeki Coorde KiraKira Dance (3DS) – 6/6/6/7 [25/40]
This is part of a review for The Quiet Collection...
The Quiet Collection possesses good-natured humour and a throwback charm that pays nice tribute to adventure games of yesterday. However, like a lot of those games, these also suffer from bothersome mechanical restraints and a lack of reason to replay once everything is solved. If you love adventure games and enjoy them light, this collection will likely be worth it. Those looking for more complexity or time out of their games might want to venture elsewhere.
This is part of a NWR review for 3D Streets of Rage 2...
3D Streets of Rage 2 takes a game that was already infinitely replayable (solo or multiplayer as this version does allow for co-op if both players have the game) and gives you even more ways to experience this classic brawler. The impeccable port combined with the additional features and cool 3D effect make this the definitive version of one of the pinnacles of the genre.
This is part of a NWR review for Xenoblade Chronicles X...
Xenoblade Chronicles X is a sensational game that will keep gamers busy for hours on end. Going into the game, gamers should be well aware that X does have a few flaws, namely the required side quests between story missions and a few graphical hiccups here and there. While these can be a bit annoying, getting past them is easy thanks to the engaging battle system, fantastic visuals and smartly implemented online system. X has a ton of content, even apart from the story, that will keep players busy for a long time. On my first play through of the game, it took me over 80 hours before I saw the end credits, and that was without delving super deep into any of the optional side quests. X is one of the deepest, most complex games that can be found on Wii U and you owe it to yourself to check it out.
This is part of a 3D Streets of Rage 2 review over on NintendoLife...
In conclusion, 3D Streets of Rage 2 is a masterclass in its genre. In its day it was one of the most accomplished and fully featured beat-'em-ups available, with great game balance and spot-on pacing. More than twenty years later it's still a joy to pick up and play; even more so with M2's excellent additions. If you're reliving your youth, you'll find this is one game where rose-tinted spectacles haven't pulled the wool over your eyes. It is as good as you remember. If you're coming at this fresh, we envy you; enjoy every second. Streets of Rage 2 is back with a vengeance and it's thoroughly deserving of your time. A true classic.
Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer (3DS) – 9/8/9/9 [35/40]
Wan Nyan Animal Hospital (3DS) – 7/7/7/7 [28/40]
Princess PreCure: Sugar Kingdom and the Six Princesses (3DS) – 7/7/7/6 [27/40]
This comes from a Neon Battle review...
Neon Battle is one of those games that you'll play once or twice and then forget about; aside from the potential couch multiplayer, there's really no reason to keep coming back. That being said, the basic mechanics of the game are solid enough and can lead to some surprisingly fun competitions. We'll give this one a light recommendation - the idea of "circular pong" is a clever one and the amount of content here certainly justifies the low price of admission. We just wish there was a little more fleshed out of the concept.