So far, I’ve played about a couple or so hours of Super Mario Maker. I found myself liking to build levels more than playing other people’s courses. The community has some great ones, but a lot of them are either super-difficult or “Don’t touch anything” where you try to survive or listen to a song; I hope that there will eventually be more diverse level creation and some middle-ground difficulties in the future. Other than that, the game itself is mostly excellent. There are some missed opportunities and questionable arrangements, but overall I can see myself and my friends and family enjoy this for a while. Continue reading “First Impressions: Super Mario Maker”
I’m sorry that this took so long to post, I haven’t been able to get into The Wonderful 101. My first impressions are not so good. I played for a few hours or so, but stopped for a while. I didn’t get very far in the story – mainly due to my frustration with the controls. The humor is okay though, the jokes got a few laughs out of me here and there. I’ll eventually dive into it more, but it’s just not appealing to me. It only makes me want to play Bayonetta (also made by Platinum Games) more with its perfect polish.
Not everything is bad about it… like I make it seem. It’s just has a steep learning curve with the controls and the camera angles/lack of zoom don’t help at all. I like the funny premise of typical, old superheroes, reminding me of The Incredibles in a way. To read more… Continue reading “First Impressions: The Wonderful 101”
I recently bought the Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy for the Nintendo 3DS and I’m currently in the middle of Justice For All. So far, I’m really loving the games. I’ve never had the chance to play them before when they first came out, so I’m happy to finally get around to it. I’m going to review each of the games, starting with first. So without further ado, let’s get started. Continue reading “Review: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney”