Starlink Switch Review: Get To The Arwing

Real Talk By: KJ

Here’s an experimental concept by Ubisoft.  Character/Spaceship Figures converging for a Major Sci-fi Adventure.  Starlink: Battle for Atlas is the newest Toys-to-Life title, available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.  One version features a Big Event that does separate it from the other two.  Enter Team Fox.  Many crossovers can feel like cheap cash-grabs, equaling sloppy results.  Continue reading “Starlink Switch Review: Get To The Arwing”

Star Fox Zero Review: Adapt

Real Talk By: KJ

Team Star Fox is back with a familar adventure.  Zero borrows the plot piece-by-piece from 64.  The team must take out the evil Andross and cleanse the galaxy.  Good thing this story reload is coming from a classic source.  Naturally this Fox Zero brings back fond memories.  Reworked quotes, and locations galore.  Some of the more famous sayings remain in-tact.  The mission start “Good Luck” audio bite, and what would this series be without peppy telling you to “Do a Barrel Roll!” Continue reading “Star Fox Zero Review: Adapt”

The Top 10 Wii Games of All Time: #3 Super Smash Bros. Brawl

playlegits greatest wii number 3 ssbbFighting game fans rejoiced again! We would have another entry in the Super Smash Brothers series. Brawl included way more fighters, and some of the best guest characters ever. Solid Snake and Sonic The Hedgehog were added. SSBB featured an online competitive mode that was fun, but eventually dropped. That’s okay, because the real entertainment is with players around you. I can’t think of a better party game from the Wii’s lifespan, that carries such re-playability. Aside from your friends and enemy AI cranked up, Stages could be the worst opponent. A WarioWare themed level told players do certain things (very fast), or face extreme consequences. My personal favorite was the newer Star Fox level, as it brings you right into a space battle already in progress. Hal laboratory didn’t have to do it, but they brought back stages from Smash bros Melee. Smash had a two player coop survival mode, mini games, and a full on Story mode: “The Subspace Emissary”. Lots to do. In 2014 the Wii U will see an update to the series. For now Brawl is still your go to title, and our number 3 choice.

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