Where I’ve been and where I’m going. Dedicated to Monty Oum.
Second highlight reel!
My first ever Grifball highlight reel. More to come!
Two Saturdays ago … I decided that then was as opportune a time as any to wax mainstream-like and “reflect” on the year formerly known as “this year.”
To start this off, I need to just put this out there:
Conker’s Bad Fur Day is not a good game.
While Story Mode’s overbearing linearity and lack of accessibility put a damper on the experience, the loveable characters, the fun art style, the robo-customization, and the robo-battles themselves more than make up for it.
Styx: Master of Shadows is part challenging and part excruciating, mind-numbing grind.
There are some games which I will always love, and Mystical Ninja: Starring Goemon sits right at the top of the list.
I had high hopes and perhaps too-specific expectations for Thief as I booted it up.
Blast Corps is a game born from whichever mind at Rareware decided to test the Nintendo 64’s specs by cramming as much carnage and destruction as possible into one cartridge.
Banjo-Kazooie is a game so full of brilliant design, lovable characters, and clever story-telling that critics hailed it as being a superior game to the revolutionary Super Mario 64.
F-Zero: Maximum Velocity, the spiritual successor to the original F-Zero, is a stunning game that improves on nearly every facet of the original.