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Community Writing Challenge: Games Meet Reality

Published October 31, 2015 by Amanda B. Greene

Game Informer will give its members some writing challenges every now and then in their Blog Herding articles, so without ado… here it is:

Community Writing Challenge: What do you think your favorite video game characters would do if they suddenly found themselves in our world? Would it be chaos? Would Mario and Luigi set up a plumbing business?

I’ll try to answer with the best of my ability about some of my favorite characters. 🙂

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Review: Super Mario Maker

Published October 27, 2015 by Amanda B. Greene

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Super Mario Maker… is hard to rate. On one hand, the creation side of the game is fairly good, despite missing a lot of features from different games in the series. And on the other, you can upload and play levels from players around the world, but there are certain issues here as well. So, further ado, here’s the review… Read the rest of this entry →

Review: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials & Tribulations

Published October 19, 2015 by Amanda B. Greene

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trials & Tribulations ends the trilogy of games on a very high note. Of course the series doesn’t end there though, with Apollo Justice and Dual Destinies as the next couple of sequels. Ace Attorney 6 is coming up in 2016. Anyways, Trials & Tribulations rivals that of the first game, at least in my mind, as one of the best in the series. Read the rest of this entry →

Review: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice For All

Published October 13, 2015 by Amanda B. Greene

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The story of Phoenix Wright continues with some mystery from his first game. The cases were consistently good I thought, with the last one really standing out as it should to leave you thinking and wanting more. There was only a few issues I had with it, but it was great otherwise.

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