Star Wars; A franchise so big that it’s one of the few that can afford a lot of genre splices. From the original that brought a new kind of hope for Sci-fi, to the rise of said hope dying to a mouse, Star Wars is a diverse franchise full of lore that it spawned various books, comics, and games that always had their own flair to it. Now, as a fan who’s only read 2 books, Star Wars is known for its space wizards along side several kind of armies fighting for the galaxy. But what about a story where their is no force? What if you could play as a special black ops team for the Republic, where you have to rely on military training instead of a man/woman/alien with a color coded blade? Well, none have done better in the limited Star Wars that I have than Republic Commando. Oh boy, get some bacta before this review because you’re about to learn about a masterpiece…and a shitty port.
An update for my blog for the last months of 2020 part 2. Tons of coming reviews, a possible slew of Quikees, and my attempts to get more traction. Basically, trying to stand out in the school of fish.
Quick little talk about games I’ve finished or am still playing. Is it because I’m late for another post. No….
In this follow up review that took a while to finally create, I continue my review and thoughts on Sonic Adventure. I go over Super Sonic, miscellaneous things, and try to have a good laugh.
Valentine’s Day was my Birthday, so as a late gift I decided to talk about my favorite game of all time, Sonic Adventure. No, I’m not Sonic Kid.
Introduction: (Disclaimer: There may be a few spoilers) The year is 199X. In the depths of the night, the citizens of Onett are sleeping soundly, unaware of the strange things that are going to start this very night. Our chubby protagonist, Ness Quik, sleeps within his small home in his blue pajamas, when suddenly aContinue reading “Earthbound: The Giygas Strikes Back”