Reviews of games.
Hello, collectors and those who aren't! This time, I am reviewing one of the best original 3DS titles: Pokemon Rumble Blast!
For some reason, I seem to enjoy this game more than it's preceder, even though the meat of it was the same: you beat the living sh*t out of every Toy Pokemon you see, hoping to befriend them. Maybe because it's because of the story, maybe because it's because every Pokemon known is in there (at the time of release and to the public. Sorry Keldo. You've been shunned.),
Hello! I'm doing another review of Ambassador GBA games, this time being Kirby and the Amazing Mirror! If you think Kirby games are easy, two things: one, check out the Extra Modes of Dream Land (Up+A+SELECT), Adventure/Nightmare in Dream Land (100% it), and Return to Dream Land (beat the game). Two: play this game and find yourself wrong.
Most Kirby games are like Mario games: go to a level, beat up bad guys, go to next level, repeat, eventually beat boss, and repeat for next world. Amazing
Updated 20th December 2011 at 07:15 AM by Lief Katano
Yesterday, ten GBA games were released on the Nintendo eShop to Nintendo Ambassdors. I'll be reviewing the one I've been playing a lot: Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones! (Sadly, no Mother 3 *cries*)
The second one released in the US (after FE: Gaiden, and...WHY?), Fire Emblem is awesome. Just...awesome. Apparently, it's something called a 'tactical RPG', meaning it's more like what a real war would be (fitting, considering that the areas are at war) than, say, Dragon Quest or Earthbound. Do
Updated 20th December 2011 at 07:16 AM by Lief Katano