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Fun: Valentine’s Day Rinea

Published April 25, 2018 by Amanda B. Greene

I created this over the course of a few weeks, trying to practice my Adobe Illustrator skills, and finished right in time for Valentine’s Day. With the Fire Emblem community, many had the great idea of doing a “Valentian Valentines” themed banner for more Echoes characters in Fire Emblem Heroes. Of course, that didn’t happen, but people had fun thinking about it. So, I felt inspired and felt that Rinea would be perfect for this…

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Review: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Spirit Of Justice

Published April 25, 2018 by Amanda B. Greene

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Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Spirit Of Justice came out on September 8th, 2016 on the Nintendo 3DS. It has also since been released on iOS and Android devices on September 21st, 2017. I played it on the Nintendo 3DS when it launched, finishing it weeks later. I meant to do a review around that time, but simply forgot about it. It may be late, but for those who are still interested and would like some insight, here it is. There is no need for a Divination Séance for this verdict.

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Review: Pokemon Ultra Sun

Published January 15, 2018 by Amanda B. Greene

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Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are remasters or definitive editions of sorts to Pokemon Sun and Moon respectively. As the final entries on the Nintendo DS/3DS family of handhelds for the franchise, Nintendo really put in the effort to make these games great. I picked up the sunny version when it came out, and I’ve recently completed it, so here’s the review.

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Review: The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D

Published January 10, 2018 by Amanda B. Greene

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The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is a strange entry in the franchise as it goes through a lot of different emotions surrounding experiences of loneliness, hopelessness, pressure, and so on. Its Nintendo 3DS version is no different in that regard, and has only slight differences from the original N64 debut. I’ve had this game for a while, but I just recently finished it on the last day of 2017; check out Father Titan’s Essentials Challenge blog post featuring me by clicking here.

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Why Berkut Is One Of The Best Villains In Fire Emblem

Published October 27, 2017 by Amanda B. Greene

Warning: There will be major spoilers for Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia. If you haven’t beaten the main story yet, then you probably shouldn’t read this blog post. Maybe bookmark it for later? You’ve been warned.

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Berkut is one of the main, recurring antagionists in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows Of Valentia. He is the cousin of Emperor Rudolf and he is chosen to be his successor to the Rigelian throne. However, everything starts to gradually fall apart when Alm comes in out of nowhere.

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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 →

First Impressions: Codename S.T.E.A.M.

Published March 17, 2015 by Amanda B. Greene

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Codename S.T.E.A.M. is a fun strategy title created by Intelligent Systems, the studio behind the Fire Emblem series. It is a turn-based, third-person shooter that has a strange twist on history as well as some unique characters from John Henry to the Lion from the Wizard of Oz. It has its flaws, but overall it’s a great new IP that I hope does well with sales. Read the rest of this entry →