Today I’ll be looking at Bowser’s Inside Story, but unlike the usual routine, I won’t be looking so much at a boss as our playable characters. The game is the third in the Mario and Luigi series, of which the previously talked of Superstar Saga is the first. While half the game works similarly to Superstar Saga with you playing as Mario and Luigi, you actually spend half of it playing as Bowser, which is a very different and interesting experience. Continue reading
A while ago, I talked about Cackletta, the main antagonist from Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga. I mentioned that she wasn’t gone for good, so today I’ll be covering what happened to her afterward, and the eventual rematch between her and the Mario Bros. Continue reading
Today I’ll be looking at a character from Dragon Ball Z who is often overlooked these days and considered unimportant. However, Raditz is much more integral than people credit him for, and one game in particular shows this very well. Continue reading
Hello, dear readers. I’m sorry I was gone for so long, but there were some unavoidable issues that stopped me from writing. Still, I’m back, and to make it up to you all, I’ll have two articles for you- one today, and one later this week. I hope you enjoy them. ^^
Due to some family-related issues, I won’t be able to post anything for a bit. With any luck I’ll be back soon, but I don’t know how long it will be. I apologize for the inconvenience, and hope to see you all again soon.
Today I’ll be talking about an interesting fan game I found recently called Grief Syndrome. I decided to take a look because it was made by Twilight Frontier, the same people who helped create the Touhou Project fighting games like Scarlet Weather Rhapsody, as well as many Touhou fangames that were absolutely stellar, so I thought that if they made it, it has to be good. And as expected, they did not disappoint. Continue reading