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Submitted by Jeremy24 591d ago | review

Tomodachi Life Review | CheatMasters

Avoiderdragon: Whenever the classic Nintendo formula for their first party games come up in discussion, there are always two camps that rise to do battle with each other — those who really like it and those who think that all that kiddie stuff is lame and should be burned to the ground. That ongoing conflict has never stopped Nintendo from doing what they do best, even though they’ve fallen on some hard times lately. They still release games like this, which is all about their philosophy of fun with friends above all else. (3DS, Tomodachi Life) 8/10

MultiConsoleGamer  +   591d ago
Truly one of the most unusual titles ever created by Nintendo.
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