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AwesomeTrinket's Last 10 Game Comments (view last 100)
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde Ick. This game is just...ick.
Assassin's Creed I really love this game!
PuLiRuLa (World) What is even happening in this game?
Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980123) I find Mega Man to be the best character in a game. Just keep spamming the button that fires his arm cannon from a distance and you'll win.
Hong Kong 97 ...Am I the only who noticed that the Game Over screen is an ACTUAL dead body?
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Tournament Fighters I actually really like this game! It's a decent fighting game, almost as good as my favorite fighting game, Rabbit!
PaRappa the Rapper 'Ya just gotta BELIEVE!
Ghost in the Shell I love this game!
Mario & Luigi - Superstar Saga Awwww, I loved playing this game on Vizzed! Too bad it's removed.
Go Go! Mile Smile I remember playing this all the time. It was a big part of my childhood - along with at least half of the arcade games on here.

AwesomeTrinket's Last 5 Game Reviews (view last 25)
Neverending Nightmares
02-03-17 01:12 PM
Review: Steam Game - Neverending Nightmares (Creepy...)
Once upon a time, in a world beyond Vizzed, there was a young girl, her name in the worlds barely known. The tiny girl was simply flipping from one world to another one day, when she came across the name Neverending Nightmares. Curious, she went to the information world and looked it up.  It was on that day the girl discovered how cool and mysterious the game was, but she was unable to play it, as it cost real money. The game stuck with her, though, forever tucked into a little corner of her huge brain, so that the dormant memories would be pulled out when something reminded her of it.  Two years later, the girl was in the world of Vizzed, where she had some Viz in her hand. There, in the bustling Vizzed Market, something vaguely familiar caught her eye. It was a game. She recognized the art style, as it was very unique. The girl racked her brain, sifting through her active, short-term memories, looking for any trace of why it was so familiar. Finally, she looked at the title. There, scrawled across the game, to make it look creepy, were the words Neverending Nightmares. The memories flooded her brain, and she smiled down at her Viz. She had just enough to buy the game. “Sara, you’re going to have a wonderful time.” She told herself. She bought the horror game, rushing to the gaming world, ready to play. This is my review of this game. Graphics – 7 The graphics are very unique. Everything looks like it’s hand-drawn, including the shadows, which adds to the tense atmosphere of this game. This is good, especially in a horror game like this one. It’s supposed to put the player on edge as they explore the halls of the game. The colors are mostly black-and-white, with the exception of a few colors, such as red (for blood or for a candle you can pick up in the game) or gold. This is also good. The different colors alerts to the player “hey, this thing over here is different, why don’t you go check it out? I... Read the rest of this Review
La Tale
08-10-16 11:19 AM
Review: PC Game - LaTale (Wizards! Warriors! Card Masters! Lightning Dancers! Wait, What?)
Alright, we’re back again with (Just take a wild guess) another childhood game of mine. However, this one is different from most of the games I’ve reviewed on my account. Instead, this one is an online game, and where I got most of my online friends today. I started this game around April 2012, where I created a character called “Pollypolly” (Yes, for your info, that was the actual name.) after my Littlest Pet Shop parrot toy, Polly. I never got anywhere with her, and took a long hiatus from LaTale after that. Around December in the same year, I deleted her and started another character: a wizard called AwesomeTrinket, who was the first sighting of the famous username. I was instantly hooked with her, and to this day, I still have AwesomeTrinket, who’s level 170 and is an Elemental Master, working to become a Mage by doing her 4th Job quests. Why am I reviewing this game now, when I could have done it last year, you may ask? Around this time last year, I, once again, took a long hiatus from LaTale, and it was only recently that I just got back into it. While the community isn’t nearly as friendly as when I started playing, and the economy has suffered from serious inflation, the game in itself is actually still pretty good! Also: To answer your question about the title, a Lightning Dancer is a monster you’re going to have to fight (A lot) once you’re going to do your 4th Job quests. Graphics – 8 The graphics are ADORABLE.  It’s bright, colorful, and, at the same time, it’s soft and easy on the eyes, while still managing to be beautifully rainbow-like. I’ve never seen any graphics like the ones in LaTale. All of the designs for the monsters that I’ve fought in LaTale are original, and are nothing that I’ve ever seen before – at least for the first time I see them. After that, they’re all familiar because I’m playing these levels again and again. There a... Read the rest of this Review
Eggs of Steel - Charlie's Eggcellent Adventure
07-28-16 06:19 PM
Review: Playstation Game - Eggs of Steel (Don't Fall!)
I’m finally back in action, baby! Today, we’re going to be reviewing a game I actually forgot existed, had I not suddenly found the disc for it! Once the nostalgia stopped overflowing into my brain, I began to play the game. This game was a big chunk of my childhood gaming memories. In fact, I bet I wouldn’t even have been a gamer, had it not been for this game, since I played it so much. However, I’ll still try and give an unbiased opinion about this game. Graphics – 5 Even for the time, the graphics are kind of meh. This game takes place in a factory, which, obviously, is going to have rusted gears and more. This means there’s going to be a lot of brown in the foreground and the background. The colors are a little bland, because, as I said, there’s a lot of brown in the game. However, that doesn’t mean there are other colors in the game. For example, Charlie himself is a mixture of yellow, red, and white. Another thing that relates to graphics is the cutscenes. Yes, there are cutscenes in this game, and, according to the North American box art, up to half an hour of cutscenes are in this game! As a little five year old girl who was impressed by the littlest things, the cutscene graphics were beautiful to me. But now that I’m older and only impressed by the things that really are impressive, I can just say that – OH MY GOODNESS THIS IS TERRIFYING I LIKEDTHIS AS A KID?! Yeah, while the graphics for the actual gameplay is decent, the cutscene graphics are kind of unsettling. I would have given the graphics a 7, but because I’m a little unnerved due to the cutscenes, I’m going to have to knock a few points off. Sound – 6 The music is actually pretty nice to listen to. The main tune is this jazz song that’s very soothing to listen to. Of course, that doesn’t mean that that’s the only song in the entire game. There is one level, I think it’s called “Slip... Read the rest of this Review
Cooking Mama 3: Shop & Chop
06-21-16 12:51 PM
Review: DS Game - Cooking Mama 3: Shop and Chop (MORE COOKING! MORE SHOPPING!)
We’re back again with yet another childhood game! If you’re not yet, at the very least beginning to see a pattern with the games I review, they’re games that I grew up with that I frequently review. Anyway, I have all three of the main Cooking Mama series for the DS, along with two spin-offs: The original Cooking Mama, Cooking Mama 2: Dinner with Friends, Cooking Mama 3: Shop and Chop, AKA this one, Cooking Mama World: Hobbies and Fun, and Gardening Mama. Don’t worry; I’ll eventually review all of these, including Camping Mama: Outdoor Adventures when we can find a ROM for the game that doesn’t freeze up two minutes in, but for now, it’s just Cooking Mama 3. This one has to be my favorite by far, because there are so many recipes to make. Not only that, it’s even possible to go shopping and mix-and-match six different things to create up to at least 30 different recipes! With that said, let’s begin! Graphics – 8 This game was released in 2009, so it’s obvious that the graphics are pretty good. It’s amazing how we managed to jump to blocky, pixelated games to games that look like Cooking Mama 3. Anyway, the graphics are cute and colorful. When you finish cooking a recipe, like some shortcake, it shows you your masterpiece on the bottom screen, along with your score on the top. The food looks very realistic, and when you’re playing the minigames needed to cook said food, the graphics are cute and cartoon-like. The bright colors are easy on the eyes, like with PaRappa the Rapper. Sound – 5 There are a couple of different kinds of sound for this game: Voice acting, Music, and sound effects. There isn’t really that much music, so I’ll just sum it up as some nice background music that, within five minutes in, you don’t even process it in your brain and forget it within 10 seconds. As for the sound effects, there are quite a bunch in this game, as you’re doin... Read the rest of this Review
Tamagotchi
06-10-16 01:05 PM
Review: Gameboy Game - Tamagotchi (-Insert joke about Tomodachi Life here-)
Final Review of my review-a-thon. (I wanted to go through the whole week, but my creative juices stopped flowing at this one)

This one might actually be one of my shorter reviews, as this is just a little Gameboy game about taking care of these cute little aliens called Tamagotchi. However, customary to my reviews, I'd like to talk about how Tamagotchi got started. This didn't start out as just a game for a Gameboy. In fact, the Gameboy game was inspired by the actual Tamagotchi!

You see, during the '90s, Japan released these little digital toys that you can put on a keychain, sort of like these little keychain souvenirs from Weeki Wachee that has your name written on some sand on a beach. When you turn the toy, the waves move. The Tamagotchi keychain toys were like that, only you can take care of a virtual alien instead of tilting the souvenir and watch waves move. Later this toy got released in America.

It EXPLODED in popularity and became a huge fad. They were so popular that it wasn't the norm to say anyone without the keychain toys! It also got so famous that the little Tamagotchis even got their own TV shows! One school even banned them because the students would fiddle with their Tamagotchi instead of learning.

Later that year, Bandai, the company who made the toys, released a game for the Gameboy of the Tamagotchi. But as I said before, they were just fads, so not many people ever owned or heard of the game. In fact, I myself knew a bit about the keychain toys, but didn't know this existed until I saw a ProJared video covering it. So now that I've played this game enough to know about it, I'll stop rambling and we'll begin!

Graphics - 5

The graphics are pretty average for the time. The Tamagotchi don't have that many animations, and the backgrounds are kind of bland and the same. If you don't feed/play with them, the Tamagotchi will constantly bounce around, occasionally poop, and, if you take g... Read the rest of this Review

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AwesomeTrinket's Game History
Penguin Brothers (Japan) (mame),   Penguin Brothers (Japan) (mame),   Go Go! Mile Smile (mame),   Ghost in the Shell (psx),   Penguin Brothers (Japan) (mame),   Daisu-Kiss (ver JAA) (mame),   SegaSonic The Hedgehog (Japan, rev. C) (mame),   SegaSonic The Hedgehog (Japan, rev. C) (mame),   SegaSonic The Hedgehog (Japan, rev. C) (mame),   SegaSonic The Hedgehog (Japan, rev. C) (mame),   SegaSonic The Hedgehog (Japan, rev. C) (mame),   PaRappa the Rapper (psx),   Daisu-Kiss (ver JAA) (mame),   Super Bishi Bashi Championship (ver JAA, 2 Players) (mame),   Go Go! Mile Smile (mame),   Penguin Brothers (Japan) (mame),   Magical Date EX + Magical Date - sotsugyou kokuhaku daisakusen (Ver 2.01J) (mame),   Daisu-Kiss (ver JAA) (mame),   Go Go! Mile Smile (mame),   I'm Sorry (315-5110, US) (mame),   I'm Sorry (315-5110, US) (mame),   Ghost in the Shell (psx),   Sonic the Hedgehog (gen),   Magical Date EX + Magical Date - sotsugyou kokuhaku daisakusen (Ver 2.01J) (mame),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Turtles in Time (4 Players ver UAA) (mame),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Turtles in Time (4 Players ver UAA) (mame),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Turtles in Time (4 Players ver UAA) (mame),   Magical Date EX + Magical Date - sotsugyou kokuhaku daisakusen (Ver 2.01J) (mame),   Go Go! Mile Smile (mame),   Rabbit (Japan) (mame),   LSD - Dream Emulator (psx),   LSD - Dream Emulator (psx),   LSD - Dream Emulator (psx),   Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980123) (mame),   Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980123) (mame),   Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980123) (mame),   Penguin Brothers (Japan) (mame),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Turtles in Time (4 Players ver UAA) (mame),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Turtles in Time (4 Players ver UAA) (mame),   Rabbit (Japan) (mame),   Marvel Vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes (Euro 980123) (mame),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Tournament Fighters (snes),   Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Tournament Fighters (snes),   Mighty! Pang (Euro 001010) (mame),   Mighty! Pang (Euro 001010) (mame),   Chiller (version 3.0) (mame),   Go Go! Mile Smile (mame),   PaRappa the Rapper (psx),   Daisu-Kiss (ver JAA) (mame),   Daisu-Kiss (ver JAA) (mame),  
 
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