It’s the trend that Dogasu has started. Here’s my collection for 2009. Xbox 360: Resident Evil 5
Street Fighter IV (received as a birthday present)
Ghostbusters: The Video Game (received as a birthday present)
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (received as a Christmas present) Xbox Live Arcade: Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled
That I joined the Bulbagarden Forums. Yep, it’s official one year ago today. I’m a little surprised that it’s been a whole year now.
Now for some random “boring” stats since joining:
Total posts: 1060
Total Threads Created: 22
Total blog entries: 17
For the most part it’s been fun. A little crazy and even at time annoying, but what would a fandom be if it didn’t drive you crazy from time to time. LOL. Anyway,
IGN has their review posted for New Super Mario Bros. Wii and gave it an 8.9. I’m okay with most the criticism of the game (like no on-line play, can’t save levels that you played, even though the developers got to do it with their in-game Super Guide).
The one criticism I didn’t care for was the comparison to Super Mario Galaxy. This game isn’t the successor to Super Mario Galaxy; it’s the successor to New Super Mario Bros. Just like Super Mario Galaxy 2 will be the true successor
The Soulcailbur series has been one of Namco Bandai’s most popular franchise’s ever since the original Soulcalibur arcade game was ported to the Sega Dreamcast. The series second iteration had the unique gimmick of giving each version their own exclusive guest fighter. No surprise that the Nintendo GameCube version was the most well-received since it included Link from the Legend of Zelda series.
When Soulcalibur IV was released, it included characters from the Star Wars Universe
IGN made a list of the Top 100 NES Games of All-Time and I’m every pleased that the right game was named number one: Super Mario Bros. 3.