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- August 3rd, 2019, 3:29 pm
- Forum: Now Playing
- Topic: Spongebob Squarepants the Battle for Bikini Bottom (GameCube)
- Replies: 3
- Views: 222
To quote LeBron: "It's about damn time" the critic reviews a Spongebob game. Grew up with the show in its glory days (and seasons 1-3 still hold up even better as an adult) so I got this game and Revenge of the Flying Dutchman on the Gamecube, which was kind of a lame game. Battle for Biki...
Finally got this game and have been playing it on vacation. I'm more than halfway in the main story and good lord this game is amazing. To be honest it has one of the best first impressions I've ever seen from a game, and it makes me feel like a kid again exploring everything it has to offer. Simply...
- July 14th, 2019, 3:28 am
- Forum: Reader Reviews
- Topic: Wario Land 4 Review (Game Boy Advance)
- Replies: 1
- Views: 292
I've talked about this game to death so it only makes sense to go ahead and review it! Growing up, Wario was perhaps my favorite video game character, even more so than Mario, Sonic, Zelda, Donkey Kong, Crash, etc. It seemed like back in the late 90s and early-mid 2000s every game in the Wario serie...
- July 13th, 2019, 7:47 pm
- Forum: Video Games General
- Topic: Games that are perfect examples of great design?
- Replies: 23
- Views: 1200
Star Fox 64 is another example of phenomenal game design. Even though it's 22 years old and the controls can be pretty complex at times (like for slowing down your R-wing, speeding up, and doing a somersault), it plays and feels timeless. Since it's a rail shooter you don't have to mess with the cam...
One thing I forgot to mention is you can also play this game for score, so trying to get every coin, get to the end of the level without losing your hearts and finding all the secrets increases your score and is a lot of fun. Boss fights can even be made easier by purchasing items that take away a l...
- July 9th, 2019, 1:43 am
- Forum: Now Playing
- Topic: Spyro 2: Season of Flame (GBA) Way better than Season of Ice!
- Replies: 0
- Views: 494
I mentioned my heavy criticism of Season of Ice earlier, feeling that it was bogged down by dull levels, requiring too many blind jumps, confusing level design made even worse with the lack of a map, and cheap enemy placement. Well I got Season of Flame yesterday and I can safely say this is much mu...
I never knew there were portable Spyro games. When I was reading your review I was afraid the game was going to be 3D, which would prove problematic on the GBA. Looks like I was right. I wonder how well Spyro would have fared in a 2D game? Just got Spyro: Attack of the Rhynocs in the mail today and...
- July 4th, 2019, 2:39 am
- Forum: Other Media
- Topic: Tenth Anniversary of Steve McNair's passing
- Replies: 1
- Views: 300
Hard to believe it's been ten years since one of the Titans' most iconic players passed from this Earth. His style of play made him beloved not just by Titans fans, but by plenty of football fans outside Nashville. He was the first black quarterback to win MVP, sharing it with Peyton in '03. It's ro...
Playing this game again and it only gets better with age, in my opinion. It lacks the tedious backtracking of Wario Land 3 (a game I do love) in favor of a faster, more traditional side scrolling platformer. But despite being the 4th game in the series the creativity of the level design is off the c...
Before I say anything, I've unfortunately never played the PS1 trilogy of games, and these GBA games were actually my introduction to Spyro back in the day. Anyways, I got this from Amazon the other day to revisit something from my childhood, and I also ordered Season of Flame and Attack of the Rhyn...