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Due to the fact that all words are uncensored, we're going to look at a game that was heavily censored! Woooo
Maniac Mansion is probably my favorite point and click game. It's quirky, endlessly replayable, and just all around fun. So when I got my hands on the NES version, I was so excited, I nearly- well, you know what I mean. I'm trying not to spam too many bad words.
So I played it, and yeah, it's still awesome like I remember it, especially the music, ohhhh mama.
What's that? Another RPG? What could you possibly be building up to, Atom? What game could be bound for an upcoming review?
Dragon Warrior is a classic NES RPG. However I'm not really a fan of it. I'm not really a fan of most early RPGs, really. Final Fantasy, Dragon Warrior, I didn't even like the original Mother.
First off, the dialogue in this game is annoying. I get that it's medieval times, but doth thou really needth to talketh like this?
I've decided to give this site another chance. If there isn't anything really interesting by January 1, though, I'll just creep on the minecraft thread and post a review every now and then.
But enough of that. Today, let's take a chill pill and review one of my personal favorites, Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars on the SNES.
First off, this game looks fantastic. As a kid, this game blew me away more than Star Fox. Star Fox was all polygons. Here, you know
When I was a young one, I remember seeing ads for Amazing Island on the Gamecube in all sorts of magazines. But everytime I went to Blockbuster, somebody else had already rented it. I would eventually get my hands on the game, but I would be extremely disappointed. Oh, Sega, what is it with you and bad games?
On the back of the box, it says the game is like "a combination of Mario Party and Pokemon." Oh, great. Two franchises I don't like combined, and with Sega's name slapped
Sonic again? Yep, he's got tons of ****ty games, and this one's on the good old Genesis. This game was pretty revolutionary at the time, using an isometric view to simulate 3 dimensions. It was a new thing, except for the games that used this same angle before like Zaxxon, Marble Madness, Solstice, and a lot more. So let's take a look at this game.
So the intro is trying to simulate CGI, and fails epically. It looks like ****.