By AndrewB 1 Comments
I just finished Max Payne 2 yesterday for about the millionth time. I have to admit that awhile back I cheated with god mode just to see the alternate ending because it makes much more sense (and will most likely be the ending used in the eventual Max Payne 3).
I'm currently playing Geometry Wars 2 on and off, in-between finishing off some of the treasure chest collecting in Kirby Squeak Squad.
I'm amazed how well the Kirby game formula seems to hold up to me. Each game is literally more of the same, with the only innovation being new abilities for Kirby, and yet I am totally okay with that. I love the platforming gameplay that Kirby offers. It's a unique experience when comapred to other platformers like Mario; not necessarily better, but different enough to feel fresh after you've exhausted all the Mario games.
No, Kirby left it's innovation in the dust after Canvas Curse; a game many will agree was inventive and fun, but was never capitalized on with a follow-up. Although I suppose there is plenty of time for that to still happen.