My Gaming Landscape [May 5, 2014]

Peace and Love, gamers and players. It’s been another week which means it’s time for another installment of My Gaming Landscape. If your new, that means I’m going to talk about the games I’ve been playing this past week. This week’s a bit different as I mostly focused on two games, as well as vainly trying to play several fighting games.

Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando HD

I continued this game from last week and managed to beat it. I actually didn’t see that main bad guy coming. I know they hinted at it during most of the game but I thought that character would show up in a different way. By the way, I’m trying to be vague as to not spoil the ending. I know the game is over 10 years old but hey, I can be considerate. I started playing the challenge mode immediately but holy crap that game gets frustrating! Now, the third and second to last levels are actually quite hard in the normal game and I was actually stuck for a couple of hours before figuring it out. However, for this second playthrough I was trying to get 100% completion and all the trophies. Holy crap, it gets irritating. It’s not all necessarily hard (although there are some things that are really hard) but the extra skill points and grinding for bolts just feels like work and less like enjoyable objectives to complete. Aside from the 1,000,000 bolts trophy, the first game didn’t have this problem. I’m on the planet with the second arena in it and I just wasn’t enjoying myself anymore so I’m putting the 100% and trophy stuff on the back burner. At least I beat the normal game.

Assassin’s Creed II

I FINALLY FINISHED ASSASSIN’S CREED II! Or I would’ve if I had the DLC. Son of a bi—well anyways. After putting R&C2 on the back burner, I loaded up Assassin’s Creed II again and got all the feathers (with the help of a guide because I’m not a crazy bastard). Then I realized that I only had a couple of chapters and glyphs left. So I decided to focus on that game and I completed it 100%! Except that despite getting everything in the game, my synchronization is only 96 or something because I need to get the two DLC chapters to complete the game. It feels like the developers just took out two chapters from the story to sell as DLC as it’s literally two chapters from near the end of the game that the Animus couldn’t “access”. Sounds like bullshit to me. However, I will eventually buy them, though I won’t be happy about it. For now, however, I’m happy to have finally finish that game and I’ll be picking up Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood soon. I KNOW I’M BEHIND BUT I’M TRYING TO CATCH UP LEAVE ME ALONE ASSASSIN’S CREED NERDS!

Mario Kart 7

I watched the Nintendo Direct on Mario Kart 8 and got excited for the game so I did two things about it. I wrote a blog about it (which you can read by clicking anywhere in the parenthesis that’s solely here to pimp out my previous shit) and I played some Mario Kart 7 on my 3DS to satiate my itch. It’s a fun if not great game but it did a lot of things right. It brought back coins from Super Mario Kart and I think the underwater and gliding stuff is really cool. The problem really is the courses aren’t super creative and most importantly, my hands cramp up because the 3DS is too thin around your hands. I rather play Mario Kart on a big TV with friends sitting around me yelling at each other for launching a blue shell or complaining about how Rainbow Road is too long or telling Jackie Chan to get the fuck away from them. It makes sense with context. No it doesn’t. So Mario Kart 7 is fun and it gave me my fix for now but I really want Mario Kart 8 and I really hope I can get it come May 30th.

Injustice: Gods Among Us, Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Street Fighter IV and Darkstalkers Resurrection

I watch a lot of YouTube and while browsing YouTube, I stumbled upon Maximilian Dood’s channel and got hooked. I love fighting games and so far, I hadn’t found a channel I like that focuses on one of my favorite genre of video games. So after watching several hours of his videos, I got the need to play some fighting game and see if I could get good. So I started playing Injustice: Gods Among Us on my PS3 again. I tried to get into it but for some reason the control felt stiff and I couldn’t get a reliable connection online. All my matches had lag and I couldn’t win one match or even be competent because of it. So I decided to pop in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition on my PS3 but the controls felt stiff too. This was a red flag for me since I could pull off a Hadouken consistently. I know I’m rusty when it comes to fighting games but I’m not THAT rusty. So I popped in Street Fighter IV on my 360 and had no problems doing a Hadouken or combos for that matter. So I took apart my PS3 controller to see what the problem was. I couldn’t find anything wrong but I cleaned it and put it back together and when I tested SSF4AE again, it did control a little better but it was still stiff. I think I know why arcade sticks are so popular with fighting game fans despite running over a hundred dollars because both the original 360 and PS3 controllers’ dpad suck for fighting games. Thank goodness I have a controller with a transforming dpad now. I popped in Darkstalkers Resurrection and was having a good time in Night Warriors: Darkstalkers’ Revenge single player but couldn’t find anyone playing online. I think I’ll stick with my 360 for fighting games but I don’t know which game I’ll focus on yet. I’ve just had a disappointing week with fighting games.

Finally, I played Final Fantasy IV as well as Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare for my YouTube channel so check those out by clicking the links below:

Colorwind Beats Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare #3 – Uh, Something About Guns

Colorwind Beats Final Fantasy IV #14: Useless Twins

Colorwind Beats Final Fantasy IV #15: SO MANY ZOMBIES!

Colorwind Beats Final Fantasy IV #16: I HATE THIS MOUNTAIN!

Colorwind Beats Final Fantasy IV #17: Paladin Pacifist

Colorwind Beats Final Fantasy IV #18: Getting Off This GODDAMN MOUNTAIN!

Colorwind Beats Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare #4 – Are You Gonna Handle That?

Colorwind Beats Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare #5 – Wanna Go Balls To The Walls?

Alright. That’s what I’ve been playing this past week! What about you?

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Mario Kart 8 Looks Awesome!

It has been some time since I’ve been excited for a Nintendo game before it came out. There have been games from Nintendo I’ve really liked recently (such as The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds) but nothing I’ve been excited for before its been released. To be honest, I usually don’t get excited for games until after they’re released because although I’ll think a game looks like fun, I’ve seen enough games with promise fall flat upon release and I don’t have the money or time to get a game without proper research to tell me it’s a good game. Hell, there are so many games coming out all the time that there’s always something to play brand new right now that you don’t need to wait until something comes out.

That being said, I’m officially excited for Mario Kart 8. My Wii U has been sitting on the shelf virtually unused for a month and I’m looking for a reason to load it up again. I was aware of Mario Kart 8 but I hadn’t seen anything about the game to get me excited. I actually love all the previous Mario Kart games but I wasn’t a fan of Mario Kart Wii and Mario Kart 8 was looking more like that game. I mean, sure its in HD and there’s gravity sections of the tracks but I needed something more. And the recent surprise Nintendo Direct on Mario Kart 8 was that something. Also, a trickle of info before the Nintendo Direct had also peaked my interest.

I like that the game has taken some cues from Mario Kart 7, which was a good game but not amazing. However, it did some things I really like. For example, they brought back coins. I’ve always missed the coins from Super Mario Kart and I’m happy to see them returning to the Mario Kart series. In case you don’t know, coins give you a tiny boost when you collect them and when you grab the maximum amount (10), you go a little faster. It’s one of the things that gives you that edge when it seems like you can’t catch up to the racer in front of you and you’re too far away to draft.

Another thing from Mario Kart 7 are the return of underwater and air paths. I liked this from 7 because it broke up the game’s sometime monotonous path by introducing more routes to take. Furthermore are the new gravity sections, which I thought would just be used to change up the tracks when the developers felt like it and I’m sure this will still be true in some cases but the Nintendo Direct showed how the gravity sections will be used for optional routes and how this could give you an advantage with items too. That sounds super cool to me.

What probably has me the most excited are the new items. The Boomerang items looks like a great item with a lot of possibilities. Giving it multiple uses is also great. The Crazy 8 item is the Lucky 7 item from Mario Kart 7 but with a coin pickup included, which I like since it further stresses the importance of the coins. However, the big one is the horn item which sends a shockwave around your cart taking out anyone around you. Now, two things. One, this is a copy of the horn weapon from Sonic & Sega’s All-Stars Racing and it’s greatly appreciated. Two, the weapon itself isn’t that interesting but the fact that it can take out the blue shell is. Especially after playing games like Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed, I really dislike the blue shell, as it essentially punishes you for doing well in a race. So finally having something to counter it is awesome.

Finally, if you buy the game around launch you can get a free game. I already have New Super Mario Bros U and The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD but this is a good excuse to pick up Pikmin 3 also. Wii Party U can go die in a fire for all I care. I’m a little tight right now financially but I’m going to see if I can pull some strings and get Mario Kart 8 when it comes out at the end of the month. I’m even playing 7 again to satiate the craving in the meantime. The last console Mario Kart game I really like was Double Dash on the GameCube. That came out 11 years ago. I’m ready for a new great console Mario Kart!

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My Gaming Landscape [April 28, 2014]

Peace and love, gamers and players. It’s Monday, which means its time for My Gaming Landscape, where I talk about what I’ve been playing for the past week. I ended up not playing a whole lot of games this week but that’s because I wasted a lot of time on one in particular. So without further adu, lets get started.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution

I’ve wanted to play this game again for a long time now so I started over from when I had played before (back in 2012) and dug in. Holy crap, I am terrible at this game. I keep missing things, I don’t read emails and miss passcodes and quests, and I didn’t save or kill the bad guy at the beginning of the game. I ended up restarting that game three times before just giving up on it. The problem is the game got into my head and I became obsessed with playing the game “right”. As someone who is unfamiliar with the Deus Ex franchise and stealth games, that is the wrong way of going about this game. I think I’ll have to play this game when I literally have nothing left to play because then I’ll be able to devote that much time to it. There’s no way I can just sit down and play Deus Ex: Human Revolution on my 360.

Ratchet & Clank HD

I started this game last week, with trying to get 1 million bolts and since the glitch with the race track wasn’t working, I decided to start a new game and power through until I reached the point where I had access to the level, the Taunter weapon and the Decoy Glove. Then, I went back to the glitch and sure enough the crates where there. So I got an adjustable wrench (yes, I had to look up what it was called) and used it to hold down the circle button. It was 11 at night so then I went to sleep. Woke up and it was still only at 600,000 bolts so I went on with my day, checking socials, writing my Batman Arkham City review that’s taking forever, etc. Finally at 11 am, 12 hours after I started it, it was near the goal so I started watching the game. Then the trophy popped up for 1 million bolts as well as my third platinum trophy. I then went back to my original save and beat the game a second time just to see what would happen after completing Challenge Mode. The answer is nothing so that sucks. But I got the Ratchet & Clank platinum so I’m happy.

Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando HD

Since I completed 100% the first Ratchet game, I started the second game. I’ve never completed this one so right now, I’m playing it just to enjoy it, rather than to get everything and get the platinum trophy. So far I LOVE the strafe button, though now I wish one of the shoulder buttons was the weapon button. I know they did that eventually but I miss it here. I like the game as its faster than the first game and the controls are more responsive. I haven’t run into a level where you have to control only Clank throughout the whole level like in the first game. Also, there’s no level where you only control Ratchet that’s frustrating like in the first game. The only thing so far is I have no idea how I’m going to get 1 million bolts for the RYNO 2. Maybe in the arena, which I LOVE! So far, so good.

Finally, I had Crash Week on my YouTube channel so I played Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot: Warped, CTR: Crash Team Racing, and Crash Bash for the Sony PlayStation 1 for that. Check out those videos for my thoughts on those games. I also started a playthrough of Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare on my channel this weekend as well so check that out as well. That’s everything! So what did you play this past week?

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PlayStation Store Flash Sale Haul!

I picked up six games during the PlayStation Store Flash Sale this past weekend. I got Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot: Warped, CTR: Crash Team Racing, Spyro 2: Ripto’s Rage, Spyro: Year of the Dragon and Super Stardust HD. I used to own all these games back in the day and finished them all so I can’t wait to go through them again. The one exception is Super Stardust HD, which I’ve only played the demo of. I’ve heard great things about that game so I hope to jump into that game soon.

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My Gaming Landscape [April 21, 2014]

Peace and Love, gamers and players! Colorwind here for My Gaming Landscape for Monday, April 21st, 2014. This is going to be a short one because I actually didn’t end up playing any games for very long and therefore, have little to say about them. Because I can’t keep focused on one game I played 11 different games this past week but only played four of them long enough to say something.

Poker Night 2

I got this game from PlayStation Plus a while ago but never loaded it up until now and…man this game has problems, key of which is performance. Despite only being a poker game, namely Texas Hold’Em and Omaha Hold’Em (which I haven’t tried yet), this game runs like ass! It’s constantly stuttering and freezing, lip syncs are always off, and the frame rate takes a dive for no reason sometimes. It’s a shame because the poker is fun and playing against Sam from Sam and Max, Ash from Heart of Darkness, Brock from Venture Bros and Claptrap from Borderlands is fun. Oh and Glados from Portal is the dealer. Yup. It’s nothing spectacular but it could’ve been a fun game if it would’ve just run better.

Ratchet & Clank

I was looking in my PlayStation 3 trophies and noticed that I only needed one more trophy in Ratchet & Clank to get the platinum. So I loaded it up and started working towards it. The trophy in question is the “Get 1,000,000 bolts” trophy but holy crap, this is going to take forever. I’m at around 235,000 right now but there’s nowhere in this game where you can get a lot of bolts quickly. Oh and I know about the glitch in Blackwater City that gets you to the race track without being in the race but when I get there, the stack of boxes on the hovering platform is gone. So I can’t do that. I don’t know how I’m going to get all these bolts without it being super monotonous.

Lego Batman 2

I bought Lego Batman 2 on my 360 and have played some of it since then. The Lego games are a fun time if a bit monotonous and kind of cryptic actually. I think the suit concept with Lego Batman 2 doesn’t really make sense. However, I’m still enjoying it but I’m just kinda popping it in when I feel like it rather than focusing on completing it.

Batman Arkham Origins

I started playing this game when I bought it this past week and I haven’t been able to give it the time I’ve wanted to since I’m a big fan of the Arkham series. However, I’ve enjoyed what I have played, especially the Deathstroke boss fight. However, the story isn’t as strong as before and Gotham isn’t that much of an exciting place to explore. Arkham City kinda had the same problem to be fair but since this is a bigger map, it seems more obvious. I’ve heard this game is notorious for its glitches but I haven’t run into any yet. I’m still fairly early in the game (right after the Deathstroke fight) so maybe that’ll change but in terms of quality compared to the first two Arkham games, it’s probably the weakest of the three but its still close. I’m having a great time and if the first two Arkham games are 5 out of 5s, this is a 4.5 so far.

Finally, a quick rundown of the other games I passingly played:

  • Crash Bandicoot Warped – Bought it during the Flash Sale on PSN. Still fun after all these years!
  • Castle of Illusion Classic – Got it from PS Plus. I never knew they ported the original Genesis game to consoles! Super cool and looks great.
  • Batman Arkham Asylum and City – I played a both a bit to remind myself of stuff for my upcoming Batman Arkham City review as well as for an upcoming lets play series for my YouTube channel.
  • Lego Marvel Super Heroes – Picked it up on Steam. It’s a fun game and I hope to have one Lego game for each of my consoles.
  • Tekken 2 – Played some of this for a lets play series on my YouTube channel but the footage was unusable.
  • Final Fantasy IV – Played more FF4 for my YouTube channel. Check it out here!

Alright. That’s all I played this week! What did you play?

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I Bought Lego Batman 2 and Marvel, Gears of War 2 and 3, Chrono Cross, Final Fantasy VIII, and Batman Arkham Origins!

I probably shouldn’t be buying as many games as I am but there as so many deals right now! This is going to be short because although I bought Chrono Cross, FInal Fantasy VIII, Gears of War 2 and Gears of War 3, I haven’t loaded them up yet. Yeah, I know, I probably shouldn’t have bought them but oh well. So yeah, I bought seven more games since last Tuesday or so. I got Chrono Cross on the PS3 via PSN, Final Fantasy VIII, Batman Arkham Origins and Lego Marvel Super Heroes on PC via Steam and Green Man Gaming, and Lego Batman 2, Gears of War 2 and Gears of War 3 on the 360 via the Games Store.

I’ve popped in Lego Batman 2 and Lego Marvel Super Heroes at bit and had a good time. I’ve been wanting a Lego game for awhile since I don’t own any of them though I have played several. I got what I’ve heard are two of the better ones, though I would’ve liked to have gotten Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga. I went through the first stage in Lego Marvel and the first two stages in Lego Batman 2 and I’m liking Lego Batman 2 a bit more. The fight with the Joker in the sea was pretty fun.

However, the game I’ve kinda been focusing on among my purchases has been Batman Arkham Origins. I’m a big fan of the Arkham series and I just went through Arkham City not too long ago. Playing Origins, I can say that it’s a lesser game than the first two but it’s a good game none the less so far. It looks good, the combat is great, the story is less creative but solid and the voice acting is still great. I just finished my encounter with the Penguin and the Deathstroke boss fight was amazing! It’s a variation of the Ra’s Al Ghul fight from City but its super cool and more up close and personal than that was. Overall, I love it and it may not be as good but its not that far off.

So that’s what I’ve bought recently. Have you picked up any new games recently?

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Steam, The Bringer of Dreams

Steam, Steam

the bringer of dreams

titles upon titles

of games that seem

good enough to buy

at least for the price

but now, they sit

unplayed, cold as ice

I'll play it someday

you say to yourself

Best to buy now

while you have the wealth

Though Lego Batman

is good at $4.99

you'll never play it

because there's no time

You own now more games

than you ever did before

Your collection of twelve

became a hundred and twenty-four

Steam, Steam

the game of the dime

you now own enough games

to last the end of time

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My Gaming Landscape [April 14, 2014]

It’s back! My Gaming Landscape has returned onto my blog and in a more polished way. I’ll actually use bullet points and different headings to separate each game instead of this just being plain paragraphs of text! In case you don’t know, My Gaming Landscape is a weekly blog post where I talk about all the games I’ve been playing over the past week. Since I’m just bringing this back, the idea is I do this every Monday so be sure to check back here to see what I’ve been playing so you can comment below and tell me what you’ve been playing. So enough with the introductions! Lets get started!

  • Guacamelee

This is the main game I’ve been playing ever since Thursday. I’ve had it sitting on my PS3’s hard drive since I bought it on sale sometime around Thanksgiving or Christmas, I forget which. I loaded it up for no real reason but I quickly fell in love with it. The combat is a lot of fun, while also being challenging, and takes a lot of skill to do things properly. The Metroid-style level structure is well done and lends itself well to secrets. I get addicted quick to wanting to uncover ever single portion of the map. I finished (not 100% completed) the game on Saturday so I’ll be writing a professional review on it soon but needless to say, I enjoyed my time with Guacamelee.

  • Tekken

I bought the original Tekken on my PS3 two weeks ago and only bothered completing the game with one character. So I decided to get them all now. I had this game back in the day on my original PS1 and I really liked the game. Nowadays, it definitely shows its age but I still enjoy it. I got all the characters (except for Devil Kazuya, which I’ll probably never get) and then looked up some videos on playing Kazuya and beat the game on the hardest difficulty. I think I’m done with that game for now.

  • Katamari Damacy

I bought this game around the same time I got Tekken. I’ve never finish this game and I’m currently on the fourth or fifth star. I tend to play this game in spurts and I remember being pretty bad at it but now I’m doing just fine and I’m really enjoying myself. Katamari Damacy is a weird game and it defies categorization. However, rolling stuff up in a ball is still crazy fun. I’ll be continuing to play this game this week, I’m sure!

  • Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee HD

Okay, so I have this game thanks to PlayStation Plus. I’m somewhat familiar with the Oddworld series, as I’ve played somewhat briefly the first game and have completed Stranger’s Wrath on the Xbox. I played a demo of the original Munch’s Oddysee in one of those kiosk things at Walmart. So I’ve played this game up to the point where Munch and Abe finally find each other and I have to say that the controls are terrible for this. The camera moves slowly, there’s a lack of control to when someone is running or swimming and this kind of delay when you want to interact. The game also feels unpolished with characters needing to align themselves with switches in order to activate them and a bunch of other issues like that. I’m going to continue playing for now because the premise of the game thus far seems intriguing but I don’t know for how long because I hate the controls!

  • Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons

I tried twice to get into this game but quite frankly, it bores me. I’ve heard such great things about this game, include YouTuber Total Biscuit proclaiming it to be one of his favorite games ever. However, I don’t see it. The controls are confusing to use and I haven’t gotten used to them yet, the plot isn’t pulling me in and some of the interactions I feel work against the more serious parts of the plot. I think I’m going to put this down for now and play something else.

Finally, here’s a quick rundown of some other games I played either briefly or without much for me to say about them.

  • Goat Simulator: I’m a goat. I go around doing silly things, and glitching the game.
  • Tekken 2: Pretty much the same thing as the original one. Got all the characters, still like the game. I like Tekken 2 more but I didn’t spend as much time on T2 because it’s easier.
  • F-Zero: I played through a course on my Wii U while listening to a podcast. Fun but tough.
  • Assassin’s Creed II: Again while listening to a podcast. I’m basically just going around looking for feathers.
  • Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3: Popped it in for a bit for a fighting game fix on my 360 and that game is still insane and I still don’t understand it.
  • Jet Moto and FInal Fantasy IV: Played these two games for my YouTube channel. Go check them out!

That’s about everything. So what did you play this past week!?

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Titanfall Poem

Despite my experience, I'm at a lost concerning what to do

I've held a controller in my hands since 1992

But I can't get a frag, not even an assist kill at all

There's no way I'll be good at Titanfall

The game is so fast, with no chance to get my bearings

I accidentally shoot my own teammates, causing their glarings

I really am no better than one of the A.I. grunts

and I'm often the prey with those with smart pistols, the cunts

There's no real means for me to be able to practice in the game

as there's no training or single player and so I play the same

Perhaps I could look up some videos with tips on how to play

but I shouldn't have to go on YouTube to prevent being called gay

My only means of playing would be through Origin

which I have only to play Alice Madness Returns again

I know the game is popular but I don't really like Titanfall

and if the game won't help me think otherwise, why should I care at all?

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I Got Jet Moto, Tekken, Katamari Damacy, Capcom vs SNK 2 and Puppeteer!

I’ve been in a retro mood recently and one of the most tempting stores out there is the PlayStation Store. The original PlayStation is my favorite console ever but I don’t get to play or talk a lot about those games because for whatever reason, people don’t give any attention to the original PlayStation now. Even all the HD remakes are of PS2 games. However, I wanted to get my pssss on so I bought the original Jet Moto and Tekken.

I already own Tekken 2 on the PSN and PlayStation 1 but I have fond memories of the original too. I popped it in and MY GOD IS IT HARD! I think I used to play this game on Easy because man is this game impossible! I’ve already gotten all the secret characters except for Devil Kazuya but I had to put it on Easy with 1 round and 20 round time to do it. I’m going to keep on playing to get better at the game. My characters tend to be Paul, Kazuya and King.

Jet Moto is also pretty hard, especially when you’re trying to unlock the other tracks. I know I could just put in the cheats but I DON’T WANNA! I think I’m a pretty good Jet Moto player and on Intermediate difficulty I can get in the top five pretty easily. However, I haven’t been able to unlock the other stages yet because I’m rusty. However, it’s still a lot of fun and I like having to adjust my bike to remain straight on the course. Sounds strange, I know, but it’s cool.

After getting those games, my itch drifted towards the PS2. This is strange since I actually don’t like the PS2 that much. A lot of the games I got for the PS2 were collections during the day such as the Sonic Mega Collection, Namco Museum and the Midway Arcade Treasures series. However, there are a few games I enjoyed and Katamari Damacy and Capcom vs SNK 2.

Capcom vs SNK 2 was THE SHIT when I was in high school. My friends would always sit down and play this game like crazy, seeing who was better. Looking back at it now, the character sprites look absolutely terrible but the gameplay is still fun, although the PS3 controller’s d-pad doesn’t feel as loose as the PS2s. It makes pulling off some of the moves more difficult.

Katamari Damacy is insane. I love this game for its weirdness and unique premise. Rolling stuff around on a sticky ball and turning the collected stuff into stars is just crazy enough to work! I never completed the original because, I don’t know, but now I have this digital version and I can finally complete it while humming the theme song. NAAAAA-NA-NA-NA-NA-NAAA-NAAAA-NAAAA-NA-NAAAA-NAAAA-NA-NAAAA-NAAAAAAAA!

Finally, I noticed Puppeteer was on sale at Gamefly so I got it because I’m a human being with a heart and I know that this game is FUCKING AMAZING! I rented and reviewed this game back in October and I loved it! I gave it a 4.5/5 but I didn’t buy it then because I was broke and then forgot to. However, I now have a copy and all is right in the world now. This is such a creative game with a cool scissor mechanic, and inventive levels and characters. AND NO ONE FUCKING BOUGHT IT! YOU! GO BUY THIS GAME RIGHT NOW!

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