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Average: 9.5
Comments: None
AvatarMan and Woman Vs The World
Written by ProKiller on Aug 8, 2015
“Intro: Sin and Punishment is a series I knew about for quite a while thanks to the Quartar Guy and CJ. Particularly, the sequel. Sin and Punishment: Star Successor is a game that always made me wonder what all the fuss is about? Why do people revere it so? A question I intend to answer in this review. PS: I haven’t played the original game so don’t expect me to compare it to the sequel. Story: The story of S&P2 is quite hard to break down. But the easiest way to explain it is that you have two main characters: Isa and Kachi. Isa was sent on a mission to kill Kachi. Isa befriends her instead, Kachi loses her memory, they both get attacked by a group of soldiers apparently working for the creators, and are now supposed to escape Earth 4. Yes, there are four Earths or more in this game. There’s a lot of other plot elements mixed in such as keepers, the fact that Kachi is not human but some kind of alien life form threatening the creators and such. And it appears that the game is trying to tell a...”


Average: 9.2
Comments: None
AvatarPhase Into Phazon
Written by ProKiller on May 29, 2015
“Phase Into Phazon: Introduction: Metroid Prime 3: Corruption is the final game of the Metroid Prime series, the closing of the Phazon saga. Metroid’s first jump to 3D was successful enough for not one, but three games. As the ending of the trilogy, it has more to live up to than Prime 2 did. So is it good? How well does it do its job of ending this epic story? That is the question I intend to answer in this review. Full Review: Story: Metroid Prime 3’s story starts out with Samus waking up from a nightmare of Dark Samus being resurrected after the events that happened on Aether. And if you saw the secret ending of Prime 2, then you saw this coming. As soon as she wakes up, she is ordered to go to a federation ship and meet up with Admiral Dane since he has a mission for her and three other bounty hunters. The three other hunters are Rundas, basically an ice lord. Gohr, who is apparently obsessed with giant robots. And Gandrayda, who appears to resent Samus and thinks she’s better than all of...”


Average: 9.7
Comments: 4
“Introduction: Ah, I never would have believed it if I haven't seen it with my own eyes. If I haven't experienced it myself. But here I am. Finally, after many years of simply hearing about it, I have finally played Xenoblade Chronicles. And finished it. I have heard many good things about it so I came in and I was indeed coming in with a healthy amount of skepticism when I started playing. Because I felt like maybe people have been exaggerating on how great this game is. After playing through it, what do I think of it? Well, let the review begin. This is going to be long. Full review: Before the story of Xenoblade even began there were two great titans known as Bionis and Mechonis. They engaged in a long and battle that spanned for a long time. Until it ended up with both of them dying. And then many years later. Their corpses have became lands inhabited by living beings of many different races. Such as Homs, Nopon, High Entia, etc. But the Homs in particular had colonies that were threatened by an...”
Super Star Wars


Average: 4.5
Comments: None
“Super Star Wars is a side scroller/3rd Person shooter/Race game that was developed for the SNES by JVC. The game attempts to capture all mayor scenes of the movie (EP IV) and succeeds in doing so while creating unique content that can be related to the Star Wars universe, a sort of expanded version if you will. The game does a perfect job at luring you into a false sense of security during the first stage, it makes you think it's easy, it's nice that the game is not really hard... it's a scam. As soon as you finish the first stage you will feel all good and roaring to go waiting for your next challenge wondering if it's going to get harder. Well if you want blood... You've got it. You see the second stage is a driving stage, and a terrible one at that, you need to kill a number of Jawas before proceeding to the Sand Carrier to rescue Artoo, the controls suck, there is no rapid fire function you are stuck in a rear view position with a slowly moving camera and you need to dodge or shoot random enemies...”


Average: 8.2
Comments: None
“It's been a while since I played Elebits, released by Konami in 2006. I was quite young back then but I still remember spending hours playing the game. I always loved the idea of being able to rift through all the little details of peoples' houses and public places as much as I wanted to in some kind of alternate, albeit similar universe. I went back and replayed it recently, the first time I'd played my Wii in a while. I don't know what it was, but I got a sudden urge to pick up the capture gun again and play as little Kai, a neglected kid looking to capture all the Elebits in the world. The Elebits are, by definition, small, adorable creatures (how Kai can dislike them I don't know) who provide electricity for everything in the world to run. They supposedly came onto the earth when a bolt of lightning struck the planet, and Elebits and humans have been close friends since. However, a recent power outage has sent Kai into a mission to use his fathers' Capture Gun to capture all the Elebits and put them...”


Average: 8.1
Comments: None
“Red Steel 2 is a game that had to compete with it's older clumsy brother, Red Steel, while Red Steel is not a bad game it's sword play mechanics left much to be desired, Red Steel 2 steps up and is a massive improvement, the sword play is much more fluid you do a left, the cowboy samurai will swing his Katana to the left, you swing to the right, he swings to the right, the controls are a bit stiff but it has not a lot of bearing on the game itself. The town looks desolated thanks to somehow the cowboy samurai clan has been massacred and you are the only survivor, the story starts with our mostly silent hero being dragged through the ground by a crazy band leader eventually he manages to free one of his hands and get his trusty revolver, which you can proceed to use and shoot him so his motorcycle blows up hollywood style, you proceed then to shoot every mook in your path to get out and get your friggin sword back, which is not until later so Jian AKA grumpy sensei lets your borrow his. Sadly this is...”


Average: 8.9
Comments: 2
“Super Smash Bros. Brawl, the ridiculously delayed third iteration of the beloved series made its way to the Wii in March of 2008, and to almost universally positive ratings. This critical acclaim came from its tier towards the casual gamer who had never experienced a Super Smash Bros. game before; that meant toning down the speed and fun of Melee to a slower pace for people less familiarized with Smash Bros. Given I was raised on Melee (but I've played all three games), I was so used to the super-fast pace of the game, and was able to plow through the game pretty fast getting all of those characters and stages. But here, it was a lot more time consuming just to unlock all the characters, mainly 'cause to unlock all the characters (SPOILER ALERT TO ANYONE WHO HASN'T PLAYED THE GAME), all you need to do is play through the entirety of the Adventure Mode (the SubSpace Emissary). But to unlock all the stages, you need to complete challenges programmed in; complete a certain challenge, and a window will break...”


Average: 3.8
Comments: None
AvatarA Quiet Party
Written by Chromatus on Feb 17, 2014
“As I am typing this up, my sister and I are playing this game together. Say what you will about this game not being like the older Mario Parties, but it is so much fun to play with your friends and family. So you start this game in the shining Toad Road. Nothing noteworthy really happens in this stage, It is actually rare to land on a minigame space. There is a boss battle at the middle, and ending of each stage. Most of them are creative, I do wish that one of the stages has both of them being luck-based. The only "good" thing about a luck-based stage or minigame is watch your friend's mini stars go down in a flash. It is... satisfying to watch it. Online play would have been an amazing feature, or at least play with Friend Codes. You can know that the people you're playing with won't rage quit or disconnect. However, I can see why Mario Party is meant to be played in the comfort of your home. About the roster of this game. Most of the choices are pretty good. With the ever-popular Mario, Luigi,...”