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|patar4097's Last 5 Game Reviews (view last 25)||
Rec Room Games
05-07-13 11:55 PM
| Rec Room Games review
Ah, Rec Room Games. Winner of many awards, praised for terrific graphics, and outstanding music. Ok, actually, none of those things are true. This is really just another shovelware game for the Wii. Virtually unknown, stupid ways to use the Wii remote motion controls, and average PS2 graphics, are all the main traits of many 3rd party Wii games. And this one isn’t much different from the norm.
So how this one works, is you have 20 different minigames to choose from. Each is supposed to represent a game that you can play just in your basement (hence, the name). Some are compatible with the Wii MotionPlus. They are: bowling, ski ball, disc toss, Smack-a-Squirrel (whack-a-mole), darts, gorodki, and disc toss (Frisbee).
The ones that don’t use the Wii MotionPlus are foosball, table hockey, rubberband sharpshooter, hillbilly golf (ladder ball), air hockey, dodgeball, trashcan basketball, and tic-tac-toe toss. And then there are a few that don’t really even make sense. I mean, really? Cards, Chinese checkers, peg, and box maze? That doesn’t even make sense! But they are there nonetheless.
Controls: 6.5 - Now, most of them work how you would think. Bowling, although ten times worse than the Wii Sports version, works just the same way. And the peg, cards, and Chinese checkers pretty much just uses the A button or D-pad. Really, the controls are simple. Most of them involve flicking your wrists, and just the Wiimote. But there is a BIG problem: the controls are broken for most of the games! Even something simple like Smack-a-Squirrel seems to be hard to get you pointer to the right spot, even with the sensor bar. And the smallest difference in speed can be the difference from over throwing or completely under throwing your ladderball, bowling ball, dart, etc.
But the ... Read the rest of this Review
Super Mario Kart
05-01-13 10:10 PM
| Super Mario Kart review
Mario Kart Super Circuit is the first game in the Mario Kart series. This one is on the SNES, and was released in 1992. As you probably know, here’s how Mario Kart is played. You and seven other racers will race around the track, for 5 laps, and whoever’s in first at the end wins, like every other racing game. However, in Mario Kart, they also add items. These items will cause havoc to the other racers on the track. It ranges from banana peels that you can slip on, to the deadly red shell, to the mini mushroom. All of these items give you some type of advantage in the race.
There are a few game modes you can play also. There are two modes for single player and two extra ones if you are playing with a friend. The modes are grand prix, vs, battle, and time trials. Versus and battle are for 2 players only, while time trials is only for single player.
Grand prix is where you will race on five tracks all in a row, and try to get the most points by the end of the races. Versus is a mode for two players only. Here, you will be racing with just you and your friend on the same tracks as grand prix. Next is time trial mode. In this mode, you will be alone on the track, and try to get a good record, along with your three mushrooms. This one is fun especially if you like getting records. And the last one is battle mode. Here, you and your friend start with three balloons, representing lives. Your goal is to destroy them, by shooting items at them. You will battle in four special arenas for this mode.
[u][b]Gameplay: 9 /10[/u][/b] – The gameplay is great. The combination of items, skill while maneuvering through the track, and using your drifting powers, come together to make a great game to play with a friend of ... Read the rest of this Review
Sonic Advance 3
04-10-13 11:58 PM
| Gotta go fast! Sonic Advance 3 review
Sonic Advance 3 is, obviously, the third game in the Sonic Advance series, for the Game Boy Advance. This one is actually the last true Sonic game that is 100% 2d, if you don’t count the Sonic 4 games (which I don’t count). Now, this one is still pretty much the same as all classic Sonic games. Run quickly to the right, collect the rings, and go on random loop-de-loops. Get all the Chaos Emeralds, and defeat Dr. Eggman. And in this game, you will also try to collect small Chaos that are spread around the whole world. However, there are also some things that make this one different from the rest.
The first difference that you will notice is that you can select two characters. The first one will be under your control, like normal. You can spin dash, jump, and fly if you have the right character, or float down slowly. And the second one will follow around you, getting hurt, dying a lot, and that’s about all you will notice at first. But they have something that they can help you with. If you hold onto the L shoulder (or whatever you’re preset is), you will hold your partner. So if you let go, you will get this power up. Sonic will make you speed up, and Tails will launch you to higher places, or take you along with him while he flies. Each of the five characters has a special ability that can help you throughout the journey. Now, these partners are really dumb though. I can’t tell you how many times that I was about to jump into a vehicle, and my partner went into it first, leaving me out to dry.
Now, along with letting you use them to help you, the partners also have some strategy involved in them. For instance, if you are Sonic with Knuckles as a partner, Sonic’s attack will go much farther. Put it the other way around, Knuckles will do a headbutt attack, but if you have anybody else as a partner, he will glide, and hold onto the walls.... Read the rest of this Review
04-04-13 11:05 PM
| Gotta Catch 'em All! Pokemon Gold review
Pokémon Gold is the counterpart of Pokémon Silver, and the first game of the second generation of the Pokémon main series. This version of Pokémon includes many of the classic Pokémon from the first generation, and includes 100 new Pokémon to catch, train, and collect.
If you didn’t know, Pokémon is a turn-by-turn RPG. Every Pokémon has different pros and cons, whether it be their element type, or the moves that they learn. And with a total of 251 Pokémon, there are many different ways you can go with your strategy. But really, all you need is a Typhlosion. :P
Graphics 9.5 – The graphics in this game are great. The Pokémon sprites are vastly improved from B/R/Y, and the shiny sprites are really nice. And maybe this is just my personal opinion, but the Gold sprites seem to be better than Silver 80% of the time. Really, the only problem with the graphics is that during the battles, the background is just plain white. It just seems bland. You will get used to it, but it just seems unfinished.
However, what I thought was the biggest upgrade from the original Pokémon games, was the new night and day cycle. In this game, there is a timer to keep track of what time of day it is. At around 6:00, the sky will change to a darker color, making it look like night. It looks so great.
Sound 9 – It’s pretty hard for me to rate this, since the nostalgia is so high for this game for me. But either way, this game’s music is amazing. The music in the gyms, the first route, and the Pokécenters are some of the best songs in Pokémon history. Then there are some good sounds too, The Pokémon cries, although they don’t say their names like I feel they should, do sound good. Very few of them sound repeated, and those that are were done that way on purpose. Even the small sounds like the Pokeba... Read the rest of this Review
Mario Kart - Super Circuit
04-02-13 10:40 AM
| Mario Kart review!
Mario Kart Super Circuit was the first Mario Kart game
for a handheld system. Being on a gba, they couldn't make the 3d track like
Mario Kart 64, giving them fewer options. But that definitely doesn't
make this a bad game.
So, this Mario Kart isn't much different from the rest. It's a karting
game, with gimmicks on each track, items to mess with others, and coins to make
you go faster and avoid getting knocked around.
So there are a few game modes in Mario Kart Super Circuit. First, there
is GP mode, where you race at one of five cups, and do four races in a row.
There are three difficulties: 50cc, 100cc, and 150cc, progressively
getting harder each time.
The second game mode is time trials. Here, you race all alone on the
track, or against a ghost, and race around it three times. You get three
mushrooms during this race.
The next one is the verses mode. Here, you can pick between the
three difficulties, if you want to do 3 or 5 laps, if you want to use
items, and if you want to use coins or not.
And then there are some multiplayer options. You can do versus, or do the
battle mode, where you attack others, and try to be the only remaining player
left with balloons, which are used as lives. Unfortunately, it's impossible to
do this mode on Vizzed, and nor have I ever played it, so this won't be put
into consideration for the overall rating.
In this addition to the Mario Kart franchise, there
are a total of eight racers, like in the previous two, all distributed into
different weight classes. Mario and Luigi are the medium size. They are average
at everything, but don't have any real advantages. Toad, ... Read the rest of this Review
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