Super Mario Splatfest

Well then, the announcement for Splatoon 3 came out of nowhere, and it’s coming out on the Switch instead of its eventual successor (some Nintendo titles such as Mario Kart come once every system). To celebrate, I’ll be going over my experience with the final FINAL splatfest of Splatoon 2, which is Mario-themed to celebrate …

Zelda’s Confusing Time Travel Shenanigans

Happy belated new year, everyone. Sorry for the lack of a new article last month, as I was busy trying to 100% Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, which was created to keep up the hype train for the sequel to Breath of the Wild. The game was advertised to be a prequel that takes 100 …

Splatoween Encore: Trick or Treat

Happy Friday the 13th, everyone. This article was suppose to be ready right after the Splatoween encore was over, but then work got in the way, so I didn’t have enough time to post it. Last month’s encore is Trick vs. Treat, and I’ve chosen Team Treat before because I love candy, so I’ve chosen …

The Great Banjo vs. Steve Debate

What was once thought as a meme pick since the Smash Wii U/3DS days became a reality, as Steve from Minecraft, as well as Zombie, Enderman, Alex and their variant alts., has joined Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as part of Fighters Pass 2. His inclusion also marks the end of the war between Banjo fans …

Splatfest Encore: Chicken vs. Egg

Better late than never, here’s an overview retrospective of last month’s Splatfest encore, which is the never-ending debate on what came first: the chicken or the egg. If you’ve already studied evolution at your science class, then you would know the answer is objectively the egg, for it has existed long before the first chicken …

Famicom Detective Club Part II review

alex9234’s Sunday Review Back with another review, and this time I’m going to review a game from a series that Nintendo NEEDS to bring back from the dead. Which series? Famicom Detective Club. It’s a little known visual novel series from Nintendo where you are sent to investigate murders, and find out who the culprit …

Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE review

alex9234’s Sunday Review Welcome to another episode of Sunday Review, and finally, I have decided to review what was my most anticipated game for 3 years. This was originally announced as Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem, and all sects of both the Fire Emblem and MegaTen fanbases got excited. Then, Atlus was bought by …

What if Square joined forces with Sega?

Keep in mind that this is only one out of many possible scenarios. As you all know, JRPG developer Square was in their prime during the late 1980s and pretty much all of the 90s. Back when they supported Nintendo, they put out great games such as Final Fantasy 1-6, Chrono Trigger, Front Mission, Secret …

Why is the Japanese RPG Genre Declining?

The Japanese RPG genre has been in a sticky spot for almost a decade now. The popularity of the genre has been declining as of late, and if people aren’t playing them these days then the genre is bound to disappear down the road. Though Nintendo, Atlus, NIS and MonolithSoft has been doing their best …

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