One of the most commonly seen covers for any system is the launch title. It’s there, in your face, hyped up, and well packaged. But as soon as the next system comes out in the line, it’s as easily forgotten as the last title pushed out. The game I’m talking about is Super Mario 64, but, for trivia, the last title for the n64 released was: Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 3.
I hope everyone is doing well! I’m back with another episode and to talk about some of the mechanics of this game.
Last video, we met a lively young tadpole (who didn’t quite look like one) by the name of Mallow from Tadpole Pond. He currently is on an errand for his Grandfather, but that journey was hampered when a purple, speedy crocodile snatched an important coin from him.
Mario decides to assist Mallow in retrieving his coin from the speedy croc. Chasing that thief down isn’t going to be easy with him being so fast. Will Mario and Mallow be able to retrieve the coin?
Have you ever heard of a game called Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars for the Super Nintendo? Well I have and it is quite a heck of a game. Created in 1996, with the help of Squaresoft, it combines Super Mario platforming elements with role playing game elements. What’s more, Mario moves in more than two dimensions! With a wonderful story line, the first plot involving stars, amazing music and awesome battles it is sure to keep you hooked.
“Who the hell is Bucky O’Hare?! Fine… show me what this square duck toss game is” -Anonymous
Well this is my first blog post loyal continue? readers, and I am more than pleased to make your acquaintance… and what better way to introduce myself than with the above real-life quote from a friend of mine.
So what’s this about unnaturally colored rabbits and cruel animal throwing games? Well, back in the 90’s I was a typical wide-eyed boy, totally fixated on cartoons and video games (I guess not much has changed). One of the games to cross my path, and one which I remember fondly, was strangely titled: Bucky O’Hare. Tell me more you say? Well click the link, says I. Read the rest of this entry »