Nintendo and Techmo Koei’s lovechild of Hyrule Warriors arises to be one of the most imperfectly charming adventures in the Zelda legend.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag heralds itself as a smart, expansive sequel emphasizing a thrilling sense of freedom and a genuinely thrilling departure from its series roots. Through tighter gameplay and a bold world, Black Flag undoubtedly shows a potential unparalleled in the series thus far, as an imperfect yet worthy successor to its name.
Earthbound is almost the typical Japanese role-playing game. Based off the simple Dragon Quest engine, Earthbound separated itself from other games by its modern setting and charming writing. Earthbound is a game that did a lot of simple things really well. This appeal still holds true even as the game approaches its twenty year anniversary.
As much a testament to his remarkable past as Nintendo’s creative capacities, Super Mario 3D World has Mario and company soaring onto the Wii’s successor with the same splendor as any 3D platformer could require of them with only the smallest of shortcomings.
Time for a second opinion, but is this doctor any more qualified than the last?