Hello anyone reading this, whether it be the day I post this or years later. First off, I’d just like to apologize for my complete absence from this blog. Much like Twilight Princess, I have started it and then just didn’t come back due to being so busy with…well, life. But I want to put that behind me, and start fresh, much like a new game file. Continue reading
Okay, so I am a huge Sonic fan. I’ve been playing Sonic games ever since I was a little kid. I grew up on Sonic Adventure 2: Battle, and played it so much now where I’ve almost 100%ed the game entirely. I love SA2B, and despite the criticism it receives for the treasure-hunting and shooting stages,it is still one of my favorite games of all time. But there’s one mode in it I wish they would bring back (and I’m still hoping they will), and that is the Chao Gardens. Continue reading
Okay, we all know there’s always that guy or girl that when you see them you just think “Jeez, I hate that person!” (Admit it, we all know a few people that make us feel that way.) And characters in games are no exception. Continue reading
So one solution being thrown around to Nintendo’s current issues is the topic I discussed in the last SS Opinions, which is a combination-console where it’s both a home console AND a handheld. But some are saying there’s a more immediate answer that could help Nintendo, and that is diving into the smartphone game market. Continue reading
In the near future, the heads of Nintendo will sit down and have to discuss the future of their company. With the successes of the 3DS and 2DS, and the not-so-much-success of the Wii U, Nintendo will have a tough decision to make: What’s next? Continue reading
Here’s episode 2! We’ll explore a castle and take on the infamously easy Whispy Woods!
It’s a new year today. This means, of course, that most people are resolving to do something new or better to better themselves and those around them. But as we all know, most people fall off the wagon before the end of January. But I have made a pledge that I will try my hardest to stick to, and that is to try new games. Continue reading