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Super Mario Bros 2
04-12-12 10:59 PM
| Super Mario Bros 2 - Doki Doki Panic Reject
In this special review, I decided to review Super Mario Bros 2. This game is both pretty good, and pretty bad at the same time. Its good since its a sequel for Mario Bros, and it was fairly popular in the NES, I have no problem with that. What I do have a problem, is that its an unoriginal game. Its a rehash of another game called Doki Doki Panic which is from the Famicom system that was originally suppose to release for the NES, but it was never released outside of Japan. So they decided to put the game, mix the story up, put the faces of Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Peach on them, and slap the Super Mario Bros 2 logo on it, and bam! You got yourself a Mario 2 game. So let's begin the review.
Its not that hard at all. yeah, it has its difficulties, and yeah it has some different techniques to beat bosses and enemies. Instead of simply jumping on them, you instead find a plant area, or its grass like head, and pull out vegetables, and hurl them at the enemies. Yeah, that's something you want your kids to know. Don't eat them, kids, instead, throw them at animals! No wonder they didn't release it. :P [b]Overall the difficulty isn't anything special, it pretty much only appears when you bump into the end of the level boss or world boss, so I wouldn't worry about the enemies or the level itself. Maybe the last level castle, but nothing you should get worried about.[/b]
The depth is fairly long. Yeah its pretty long if you count the worlds. In total there are 7 worlds, and 20 levels total. So yeah, it's not THAT long, if you know the secret warps that is.
Here's a list of the bosses in the game.
Birdo: You might see this guy a lot. It should be pretty easy to kill it with throwing its eggs at it when spitted out. Most likely you will see it half the time at the end of the level.
Red Birdo: This guy is exactly the same person, only it spits out fire every once in a while, so watch out where ... Read the rest of this Review
Super Mario Bros 2
04-06-12 11:04 PM
| Super Mario Bros. 2 - The Lost Sequel
This game is what you would call a lost sequel. This game was created in Japan and stayed in Japan. After they tried to go through Nintendo America, the company marked the game "Too hard for the American gamer to play" and shipped it back to Japan. It was never seen again. Until Super Mario All Stars where it was included in the game. So let's get to reviewing the lost sequel.
The game is pretty tough, it is not a hack, and it has this kind of challenges. [b]I gotta say this game is probably one of the hardest Mario games that is a non hack. There is a lot of obstacles, bad guys, and even MORE PUZZLES.[/b] Yeah its pretty tough. I had to use save states it was that tough. I know some of you can get through this game without save states, but that can happen only when you know everything that's gonna happen.
The game isn't that long. Its pretty much exactly the same as the previous games and the future games. [b]The game only has 8 worlds. It has some secret Warp Zones that aren't the same as the previous games. Overall, it shouldn't be any trouble beating it besides the obstacles.[/b] Yeah, there is actually new warps in this game, even a BAD warp zone that warps you back to World 1. It can be evil at times, but really not that long.
The story is not new at any length at all. [b]Its the same story as Super Mario Bros. King Bowser has captured Princess Peach again, so Mario and Luigi got to go back through the Mushroom Kingdom and beat Bowser one more time to rescue Peach again.[/b] They rehashed it really. There is no improvements to the story. Yet, there isn't any bad decisions to it either. So its alright overall.
The game is pretty cool. I have a lot of fun with the game. [b]The game has pretty much the same fun as the original Mario Bros., the fun didn't go away, and after you get the hang of it, you'll play it again, and again, and again.[/b] I can... Read the rest of this Review
04-05-12 11:54 PM
| Pokemon Red: The Beginning of the Pokemon Era
Pokemon Red. A game that really started the Pokemon business in its variety in games such as Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Emerald, Diamond, Pearl, FireRed, LeafGreen, Ruby, Sapphire, HeartGold, SoulSilver, Black, and White! Above all of them, Pokemon Red was probably the beginning of the era of Pokemon. Let's get to reviewing, shall we? Oh, I'll bold the important points in the rating I give. Other stuff is more detail or me rambling about it. Fair warning :P
The game is pretty tough. I had quite some trouble beating a few people in the game, but this game is basically trial and error. It has that RPG feel to it, you need to go around and level your Pokemon up and do whatever it takes to get them to the very best and even evolve to even more Powerful Pokemon! Basically, the Difficulty all depends on [b]how you level your Pokemon up[/b]. The less you level up Pokemon, the more of a challenge it is.
The depth of the game is very long, if you ask me. It doesn't seem that long at a first glance, but you haven't seen anything yet. Oh no no no, you are in for a surprise on what you got to do to COMPLETELY beat the game. [b]To beat the game 100%, you need to beat the elite Four, Team Rocket, and your rival. While you are at it, you need to explore the world collecting ALL the pokemon![/b]. That takes FOREVER, I tell you that much. I swear it took me weeks to beat the game just catching the Pokemon alone! It pays off afterwards though. Becoming the ultimate Pokemon master is a great achievement.
There isn't any real story to the game. [b]The main point is you are a 10 year old kid that has decided to become a Pokemon Trainer! So your next door neighbor, Prof. Oak, decides to help you along the way to start your adventure off with 3 starter choices. While his Grandson wants to be a Trainer too. And challenges you to become the best ever. After you beat your rival, Oak says you are on your own... Read the rest of this Review
Legend of Zelda, The - A Link to the Past
04-01-12 04:01 PM
| Legend of Zelda ALTTP: The Prequel of the 90's
To make a triumphant review return(even though I don't really need to make one since I'm not staff) I am gonna make a review of Legend of Zelda: A Link to The Past. So let's get the show on the road.
This game is a good challenge to those who haven't played it before, since you gotta explore the map quite a few times. So it'll give you some time on your hands. Heck, there is a save to the game, so you know it probably won't beat it in one sitting. I know I didn't do that. It took me a few days to beat the game. Pretty tough since I never played it before.
The game takes a bit for the newbies to the game. Like I said before, if this is your first time, you'll be lost in a few places, but that's why you have a map to tell you where to go... usually. Sometimes you actually have to read what the characters are saying to know where to go in some situations. This game you have to pay a bit more attention than you do in other games.
The story starts with Link being telepathically contacted to Zelda who is trapped in her castle by the evil wizard called Agahnim. Link's uncle goes to the castle to attempt to save her. When Link follows him to the castle and finds him hurt and almost dead, he says Link is the only hope and gives him the Sword and Shield. Now its up to Link to save Hyrule and Zelda.
This game is very VERY addicting. I always enjoy a good game, and I'm a fan of the Legend of Zelda series, this game is a great classic and I have played this game quite a few times. I gotta say, I am still playing it. To this day I am happy with the game.
The sound track is pretty good. I am loving it every step of the way. Even though it isn't quite as looked at, its still pretty cool. Nintendo usually has the best videogame sound tracks out there, and they did not disappoint at all.
Freaking amazing. That is ... Read the rest of this Review
WWF WrestleMania 2000
02-02-12 09:00 PM
| WWF Wrestlemania 2000 - A Pacman Review
Hello fellow gamers, it is time for another Pacman Review! This time we will go to the Wrestling area of the RGR with WWF(WWE) Wrestlemania 2000! This is one of those early games that the WWE made back then, and its quite interesting if you break it down. So here is my review of the game.
The difficulty in this game isn't really that bad, it is rated T for Teen, but its not as bad as it sounds. I played it when I was 9 or 8 and it was pretty easy. The CPU characters get more tough as your "season mode" goes on. It shouldn't be that bad though, I believe if I could beat it when I was a mere child, you should beat it in your sleep.
This game isn't very long at all, when you play the story mode, you go through the full WWF Schedule with Raw is War, Sunday Night Heat, and the great PPVs to go with it. You can probably beat it in 1 day if you tried. Nothing that will take too long.
In Story mode, you can play as any character in the WWF as you want. Including The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Undertaker, and more. When you do, you start out as a rookie, and work your way up the WWF ranks. You start out as a jobber so to speak, fighting the people that are on the bottom of the WWF List, then you go ahead and fight your way through some challenges along the way, then eventually you find yourself in a Title match, and you can fight for the WWF Tag Team Titles, WWF European Title, WWF Intercontinental Title, or even the WWF Title! You can compete in all the titles you want since this is realistic to the real thing, if you try enough, you can grab every title in the WWF and become an Ultimate Champion! Not really, but I like to see it like that :P
When and if you get that, you will defend the titles in all matches in a PPV.
This game is pretty addicting, since there isn't really an end to the game, you can play this for a very VERY l... Read the rest of this Review
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