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Let's Talk Character Designs: No More Heroes

Something that always get on my mind would be designs. To be honest most of my favorite things usually catch my attention with their character designs. 3,552 more words

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Punch-Out Review

Bringing a franchise that basks under its arcade simplicity to a modern home console is both bold and challenging; however, Little Mac was never one to run away from a big adversary… 1,612 more words


My Horse and Me

This role-playing, equestrian title has solid production values and environments. After jumping over the hurdle of challenging navigation, most players should enjoy themselves. The controls can be challenging for younger players at first, but with practice time (like anything else) most players should be able to complete this game, which includes appealing unlockables for the horses and riders. 426 more words

Michael Siebenaler

Okami Review

Despite Okami’s undeniable visual qualities and artistic achievements, the game is able to build a journey so well-constructed and masterfully written that its greatest beauty is not of the superficial kind, but exists in a level that is emotional and borderline spiritual… 1,933 more words


Zack & Wiki: Quest For Barbaros' Treasure Review

A creative adventure that transcends the boundaries of four popular genres to bring their elements together into one continuously flooring puzzle-solving spectacle

The entire concept of genres revolves around the idea of tidily organizing the overwhelmingly big quantity of games that have been released into clearly defined categories, as if the gaming universe were a messy library in desperate need of order. 1,736 more words


Little King's Story Review

Being king is certainly no easy task, but¬†Little King’s Story makes it a whole lot of fun

Ever since the dawn of the Nintendo 64 era, one stigma has been following Nintendo incessantly: the one that claims the company has a hard time garnering third-party support. 1,958 more words


Wisconsin Boy, 7, Gives Up His Favorite Toy For Grieving Police Department

WESTON, Wis. (CBSNewYork)¬†— A generous 7-year-old boy from Wisconsin gave up one of his favorite toys to help a grieving police department heal.

Brady Duke loves reading to his siblings, playing football with his friends and playing his Nintendo Wii. 211 more words