Weekly Wrap Up

Did you notice the new title? Not Handheld Gaming News anymore, but a wrap up of everything that happened on the site this past week, running from September 3 until September 9. You are most welcome for you weekly cup of coffee however, I’ll just do it a little differently.

You see, finding the snippets of Handheld Gaming News that stand out to me and gathering them in one article gave me great fun. But it was getting real difficult to find info on a game on the site this way. So now we have two sections on the homepage of LadiesGamers.com:

On top, the Latest Articles and Reviews, and beneath that a separate section with The Handheld Gaming News. The Gaming news will be published in separate short articles, easier to find and easier to stay up to date from day to day.

This article is a wrap up of everything. So if you are pressed for time during the week, you will find everything you need to know in the weekly Wrap Up!

This weeks reviews:

These three reviews have been published this week.

Donut County

Soundtracks We Love

Evriun published more entries in the Soundtracks We Love series. All about Fantasy Life (ohhhh how I loved that game, I wish Level 5 would get busy with a sequel on Switch!) and the soundtrack for Super Mario Bros.
If you want to read about the soundtracks Evriun covered in the past weeks, here is the collection.

Published articles

A very popular article was published by Chai, who visited the San Japan this week in San Antonio and loved it. And I must say, there was a lot to do over there. Check it out here. 

I’m going to try to garner new attention for a 2009 game Magician’s Quest/ Enchanted Folk. Think Animal Crossing combined with studying to be a wizard, spells and all. Japan got three sequels, each one better then the one before. But the West didn’t get any of the sequels! Check out my call to action and a review of Tongari Boushi to Mahou no Machi.

Handheld Gaming News

And this was the published news this week:

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