The best Nintendo 3DS games, from Animal Crossing: New Leaf to Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
This remake of a then-13-year-old game was one of the only things to play on the 3DS for the first six months of the platform's life. Good thing it's one of the best games ever made.
The kind of game that, 200 hours in, you still can't stop playing, because there's always new armor, new monster variants, and new challenges to grab.
A generous sequel that added multiple mansions to explore and bountiful ghosts to bust. And in case you were wondering, bustin' definitely feels good.
No game encapsulates the feeling of childhood as well as Animal Crossing: New Leaf. You're not digging up rocks, you're finding fossils!
Pokemon Sun & Moon isn't a new beginning for the legendary series, but it is a very refreshing vacation. It was the first in the franchise to take advantage of grid-free movement.
While the strategy RPG maintains the same level of complexity as past games in the series, the brilliant Awakening is accessible enough for anyone to jump into.
A Zelda that's the perfect mix of old and new, blending traditional themes and fresh mechanics to create an incredible handheld adventure. It's our favorite game on the 3DS.