February 22, 2017 @ 7:48 pm
Viewtiful Joe Nintendo Gamecube
Ahhh Viewtiful Joe, one of the coolest games in existance. I say coolest, because that is how you will feel while playing this, punching dumb robots, giant dinosaurs, evil sharks, big tanks, jets, ninjas, you name it. The whole premise of this game is being a cool movie superhero, all while rescuing your girl, beating bad guys, and saving the imaginary world you do not live in, except it affects the real...world(?). Anyways, what I'm getting at is that Viewtiful Joe is not a story driven game, it's a beat em up game with awesome mechanics and great difficulty designed to look super cool. Bosses are specially hard and require an understanding and good execution of all of Joe's abilities. Stages are full of little secrets that can make your life easier, but may require exploring or planning ahead to get. Visually, its nothing short of its name. The game makes...
Mother 3 Nintendo Gameboy Advance
Mother 3 is the last entry of the Mother/Earthbound Trilogy. For those not familiar, Mother 1 is Earthbound 0 or Beginnings, as Nintendo released virtually on 2015, with protagonist Ninten. Mother 2 is Earthbound, where the protagonist is the more famous Ness; and finally Mother 3 has Lucas as a protagonist. While I haven't played the first, I have played both Earthbound and Mother 3, and even though they are sequels, they are very indirect sequels. Personally, this is my favorite out of the 2, and from what I've heard about Mother 1, of the whole trilogy. It is also one of my favorite games of all time. There are very few things to not like about Mother 3. -It has a great cast of unique but relatable characters, that grow throughout the game and make you wish them the best (or the worst, if you talk villains). -Awesome music,...
Fire Emblem: Seisen no Keifu Nintendo Super NES
As an avid FE fan, I can say it is a shame Genealogy of the Holy War hasn't gotten an English version. It is without a doubt in my mind the best FE I've played (and I've played all of them except for the 3ds ones). While only having 12 chapters including prologue and ending, most of them have 3 or 4 times the size and amount of enemies of a regular FE chapter. Some of this even take place in a whole in-game country. While this may seem a little too much, this allows for many other mechanics in the game to succeed at being fun, original and useful, like in-castle arenas, skills, story-telling, reinforcements, castle defending, item mechanics and, most importantly, the romances between characters. Main problems for me were the save system which made it so you could screw your whole file if you didn't save carefully and...
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