Having played through Shiren the Wanderer on Vita recently, I was inspired to revisit Rogue Legacy, The Binding of Isaac Rebirth, and Spelunky. It is easy to rotate between the three due to their short-formed nature. I have also been playing Yakuza Dead Souls. Honestly, I am liking it a lot less than any of the numbered games I have played.
So I have beaten this game a few days ago and I have some thoughts on it. -This game feels more like a Fire Emblem x Shin Megami Tensei crossover than the trailers would have us believe. The story and characters feel like they were pulled out of a Fire Emblem game (well, the Mirages obviously were) and the gameplay mechanics would feel right at home in an actual SMT game. Also, Jack Frost!
(This is actually not a spoiler for those who have beaten multiple Fire Emblem games, but I tagged it anyway.) -The dungeon designs are great. That is an area that Atlus often excels at and one of the reasons why I tend to enjoy their RPGs. -The story is not so great, which is true to Fire Emblem. -The vocal songs are catchy. Shame that the rest of the soundtrack does not live to that. Overall, I enjoyed the game. I do not think I would rank it in my Game of the Year list but it was memorable.
I was always interested in You Can't Do That On Television back when it aired but it never ran on a convenient time for me. I wonder if that Sega VR arcade has Typing of the Dead? That would be an interesting VR experience.
I got these a while ago but I have been forgetting to bring it up. I got Wii U download codes for Affordable Space Adventures and Mutant Mudds Super Challenge and I am looking into giving them away. Anyone interested?
I am really enjoying Runbow, and I have only played the single-player content. Hopefully, I will get to try out the multiplayer soon. After trying Pocket Card Jockey, I think I might buy that game. At least, when I clear out a little bit of the backlog.
Hey, this is a thread I can get behind! Sin & Punishment: Star SuccessorGradius VIkarugaSin & PunishmentGunstar HeroesAlien SoldierAstro Boy: Omega FactorDynamite HeaddyBangai-O SpiritsSilhouette Mirage
I do not know where I would rank the Wii U among the Nintendo systems, but I would rank the system's best games among my favorite games of all time: Pikmin 3, Splatoon, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, and Yoshi's Woolly World. Super Mario Maker and Bayonetta 2 are really close but do not quite get there.
Here is my newest level: Up Punch Thwomp Make use of the Buzzy Beetle helmet and wall-jumping to get through the Thwomp-filled obstacles. https://supermariomakerbookmark.nintendo.net/courses/42DF-0000-01EB-A724