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Beware: Contains slight spoilers for Skyward Sword.
I already have this list in the Pokemon Anime - General Chat thread, and I've decided to preserve it in my blog.
These are my favourite to least favourite Zelda games in descending order. The Four Swords games aren't included because they're so different from the rest and I haven't played them much. Ocarina of Time: It scared the absolute crap out of me, yet it is still a very strong contender for my
The upcoming episode with Joltik has already disappointed me - where's the Joltik Vs Wailord showdown I'm so desperate to see? I know, I know; Aside from Pikachu and Meowth, only Unova Pokemon can appear in Best Wishes, but they could make an exception in order for this epic battle to become reality. I'm upset we're probably going to have to wait until BW ends to even have a chance of it happening.
If they did, I would forgive the writers for every single mistake they've ever made
No, this is not a blog about ChefShipping. I never ship characters because I don't see the point, but I digress. It's about a character from the Fire Emblem series who shares so many similarities with both Brock and Cilan from the Pokemon Anime, you'd swear he was a relative of the two.
This is Oscar from Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance and Radiant Dawn. He is a member of the Greil Mercenaries, which is commanded by Ike,
Updated 20th April 2012 at 09:01 AM by Bouffalant Herdier
Doesn't time fly by? I can't believe it's been four years to the day when Pokemon Battle Revolution for the Wii was released in the UK.
What a fantastic game that was, I don't care if the professionals didn't think much of it. The writers of the official UK Nintendo Magazine have never spoke too highly of it, but it apparently wasn't even worthy of a review. For a battling nut like me, the game was a dream come true, and it is my favourite Stadium game yet.
WARNING: This blog post contains spoilers for the new fourth Professor Layton game, whatever it's called.
I finally made my way to the last three puzzles in the newest Layton game. The first two of these were shockingly easy, but for the very last puzzle, The Greatest Escape, they decided to pull a nasty trick.
As in the previous games, the final puzzle is a sliding-block puzzle. You need to place a block which represents Layton to the bottom right corner of the board,