You could say these games were stranger things. The story so far: Chapter 1 – The Launch Titles Oh no, I’m at it again. Back in May I decided I’d begin taking a look at the Nintendo Switch’s NES lineup of games. As a recap, these games are offered as a “bonus” to Nintendo […]Read more "Grading Nintendo Switch’s NES Games (Chapter 2 -The Weird Ones)"
You’re a wizard, Byleth. I like to think I’m reasonably well versed with the Fire Emblem series, having played the first US released game on Gameboy Advance, a remake of the first game on DS, as well as Awakening and Fates on the 3DS. There was also a time where I rented the Fire Emblem […]Read more "Grading Fire Emblem: Three Houses"
And they say Kingdom Hearts is hard to follow… Okay, time for some confessions and/or reminders depending on how well you know me. Confession #1: I have never played a Final Fantasy game before this. The closest I ever came to that was Kingdom Hearts. Confession #2 (or possibly reminder if you know my tastes): […]Read more "Grading Final Fantasy VII"
Heard there was a new Castlevania. I have a confession to make: I have not played a Castlevania game to the end before. The most I’ve played is a bit of the first game on NES some time back and that’s the extent of my knowledge with the Castlevania series. It’s surprising to me how […]Read more "Grading Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night"
Not exactly breathtaking. I’ve seen many E3s in my day, but I don’t know that I can sugarcoat this one. This may possibly be the worst E3 to date. At the very least, it’s the worst based off my memory. Now, to be fair, a lot that feeling can be pinned on two things – […]Read more "I Have Words on E3 2019"
Definitely one of the weirder crossovers. If you had told me a few years ago that the beloved Mario universe would be colliding with the video game equivalent of Minions, I would have probably laughed. There’s simply no way that these two wildly different worlds could mesh well together…could it? And this is all happening […]Read more "Grading Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle"
It’s about time. It’s strange to have only just gotten around to this. Starcraft 2 is nearly ten years old but only went free to play a few years ago. One of the perks of going to free to play includes being able to play the Wings of Liberty campaign, which is what I’ll focus […]Read more "Grading Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty"