Super Smash Bros. 5 is rumored to be an entirely new game for the Nintendo Switch, and if that is true, I hope we get to see many of the changes and improvements and perhaps start seeing character reveal trailers to fuel the hype train all over again. We already know that the Inklings will join in on the fight, but who else will smash their way in? GameInformer has already done their suggestions among many others, so why not add to the conversation? Here are a few of my character ideas…
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Metroid: Samus Returns is a great return to its roots as a two-dimensional platforming shooter on the Nintendo 3DS. So far, I’ve gotten a few hours into the game and I’m liking it. This is more of what previous games like Metroid: Other M should have been like. Here are my first impressions…
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Fire Emblem Fates is the latest game in the Fire Emblem series that came out in February 2016 for the United States. It is a tactical, turn-based role-playing game. I meant to have my review done sooner, but it just took me awhile to beat the games. In Fire Emblem Fates, all three paths are fun to play and have something special going for each. I think my favorite out of the three is between Conquest and Revelations… sorry Hoshido. Anyways, Fire Emblem Fates is another great addition to the Fire Emblem series with its unique approach that is worth playing.
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The Kid Icarus series didn’t see the light of day for twenty years till Kid Icarus Uprising came out in 2012. Now it’s 2016 and Nintendo hasn’t done anything since besides including Dark Pit and Palutena as new playable characters in Super Smash Bros. for Wii U and 3DS which released in 2014. While Kid Icarus Uprising wasn’t perfect, I think it’s one of the best 3DS games. Pit would be great to include in the initial lineup of titles for the “NX” when it arrives for many reasons.
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Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies continues the story by introducing new characters and having more cases to solve. I think it still holds up to the previous games and improved in some areas. The character development is great, except for how the spotlight kept going back and forth between Apollo Justice and Athena Cykes; to have Athena come to the agency when Apollo is still relatively new wasn’t the best idea, but it all works in the end. Let’s get going with the review! Continue reading “Review: Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies”
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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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”
According to Gematsu, Fire Emblem If has online multiplayer, a feature not announced by Nintendo before the release in Japan. It’s interesting how you can have five versus five battles with friends or strangers. I’m don’t know whether or not your characters die in this, but if they do, then I’m sure there will be bloodshed (not just in the game).
What do you think? If your units do die, would you dare to try fighting other people or not touch this mode? Myself, I’d probably be too scared to try it if that’s the case. Still, it’s great that Nintendo is attempting different ways of trying to implement multiplayer in the series like Awakening and Shadow Dragon did.
^ This is from Renka’s website (the singing voice of Aqua). It’s more evidence that she has some kind of control over water, which reminds me of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Thanks to mainly Famitsu and others like Serenes Forest, fans have been learning many things about the upcoming epic. New gameplay mechanics, characters, and so on… all the news is building up hype for Japan’s release date on June 25th.
I’ve been following them to keep up to date on it, so I can give you a brief overview of major changes and additions to Fire Emblem If. I can’t wait for this game! Continue reading “A Lot Of Released Details On Fire Emblem If!”
More on Fire Emblem If was released in yesterday’s Nintendo Direct. We now know that you (your Avatar) will be the main protagonist instead of the second star of the show. You will have to decide where your allegiance resides, Nohr or Hoshido. What makes this difficult and complicated is that you have ties with both kingdoms. Deciding between your family and your loyalty will be tough. You can see it for yourself right here: Continue reading “The Latest On Fire Emblem If”