With the announcement of Rocket Knight for downloadable services, a follow-up to this game’s plot, I decided to take the time in reviewing what would be the biggest awaited continuation of a game since Duke Nukem Forever (and with the uttering of it’s name, you can probably expect yet another delay for the game). Will it stand up to my strict platforming judging skills or will Sparkster fails to launch?
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Every so often comes agame that grabs ahold of my attention and doesnt let it go for days, weeks, or even months. Such a game that falls into the category is this next game, Wario Land 3 for the GameBoy Color. As you know, I did an earlier review that showcased the very first Wario Land game, and needless to say I liked it. Will it’s third installment be able to grab ahold of my shorteened attention span? Will it stop me from screaming, “GWAHHHHH!!” and run into a wall, hoping to break it with only using my shoulder? Read on, folks!
Every so often, I look through a bunch of games that either made me wish I had not played it, or wish that I do not see it in the first place. This is such the case with Rocky Rodent a game that was released on the SNES in 1993 by IREM USA. There are so many questions that I have for this game, and a lot of them remain unanswered. I really wonder why I reviewed this game.
First of all, I’m terribly sorry by the sudden lack of reviews. I took a little trip out of state, and I sorta dropped the ball there. Sorry.
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 is a platforming game for the Nintendo Gameboy that was released in 1994 and was produced by the late Gunpei Yokoi. It was the first game to feature Wario as both a playable character and the main character, with the debut of Captain Syrup and her Brown Sugar Pirates who are recurring series of villains in the Wario Land series.
QuickReview (noun): A sudden, and efficient way of reviewing more than one game in a short, concise post. See Multitasking.
Today we review three, plot-light games that you may or may not have heard of: Magic Sword, Mr. Tuff, and Ogre Battle: March of The Black Queen.