Tag: gamecube

Review: Metroid Prime

This is one review that many of my followers have been waiting years to read. I know this because I receive countless messages and emails asking me; “When are you going to talk about Metroid Prime?”. For all of you, I’m pleased to announce that the day has finally come. But I have to admit, it was with much reluctance...

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Review: Mortal Kombat – Deadly Alliance

The Mortal Kombat games have long been arcade staples. Next to the Street Fighter series, there’s very few arcade brawlers that could hold a candle to Mortal Kombat. I suppose that’s why the gaming industry took notice when Midway announced that the fifth entry in the Mortal Kombat series was going to be a home console exclusive. And true to...

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Review: Super Mario Sunshine

The game I’m going to be talking about today is Super Mario Sunshine. In many ways this review is a milestone. I say this because Super Mario Sunshine is one of the first games that I purchased after a long stint away from console gaming. I’ve told this story before, but for that sake of explaining why this game is...

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Review: Luigi’s Mansion

Happy Halloween! As always, I’m celebrating Halloween with a review of a spooky game. But this time, its extra special because this review also marks the first entry in a new chapter of my backlog. That’s right, I’ve finally reached the GameCube/PS2 era! I’m starting off this new generation of game playthroughs with a real classic; Luigi’s Mansion. When it...

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Remembering the GameCube

  The time has finally come! In the coming days I’ll officially begin tackling a new chapter in my backlog. This next era will focus primarily on games from the Nintendo GameCube, the original Xbox, and the Playstation 2. I’ll be kicking off this phase with a special Halloween review of the GameCube classic, Luigi’s Mansion. Before diving into the...

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Evolution

So far I’ve written about my experiences growing up with the original 8-bit NES. But naturally, like many other kids who came of age in the 80’s and 90’s, I was also the proud owner of its successor the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The SNES was a thing of glory to behold. It boasted better graphics and better sound… I mean...

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