Ace Combat: Assault Horizon Legacy+ (Nintendo 3DS) Review | Cubed3

Throughout the long and illustrious history of Nintendo handhelds, there has been one constant element in each line's reign: that of the hardware upgrades, done to boost sales with renewed interest and open up new possibilities with game design. This process began with the Game Boy Color, it being the machine to bring a dosage of the colour spectrum to portable Nintendo fans and also bring a hefty processor boost to the limited number of exclusive games for the revision. The Game Boy Advance's short shelf life didn't allow for an upgrade but did result in the most portable gaming device of all time with the Game Boy micro. Next up to complement the DS line was the DSi, packing not only bigger screens and more juice under the hood, but a whole new Operating System and cameras to boot.

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