Aha! It’s been awhile since I’ve done a video review, but now my voice is back! The prey of my voice? The Wii exclusive No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle. Published by Ubisoft, this title is the follow up to the 2008 Wii classic No More Heores. And while No More Heroes 2 improves on many aspects of the original, it falls a bit short. Why?
Find out in my video review on TheSpeedGamers!
The gaming industry is one of the fastest growing in the world. But even in the short time that it has been around, we all have seen some amazing, scary, embarrassing, and rage inducing events. At these moments we make a poopie face. You may be asking, “what is a poopie face?” Well, it isn’t necessarily one particular emotion. It is simply a moment where you feel an extreme emotion, and your face reflects that often with an over-exaggerated expression; a poopie face.
Check out some of the most poopie face moments in gaming on TheSpeedGamers.
If you had a gamecube, chances are that you simply had it for some big exclusives like Wind Waker, Super Mario Sunshine, and Metroid Prime. But there were occasionally some third party sequels as well, like Lost Kingdoms from Activision. This title is a fun action-adventure card game that plays very similar to the PS3 exclusive, Folklore.
You can check out the review on Classic Game Room.
Are you allergic to yellow? Then don’t click the link! There’s some yellow to be had thanks to some lovely accidental lighting! But if yellow doesn’t bother you, then you should over to TheSpeedGamers! Despite writing articles all the time, and occasionally doing videos, I actually have a face! The face you see above talks about Nintendo’s upcoming first party line-up for Nintendo 3DS… and how it is fairly disappointing.
See this beautiful face in full motion yellow at TheSpeedGamers!
If you played Quake II on the PC, then you know basically nothing about the N64 version of Quake II. Aside from the visual and sound design, the game is almost entirely different. Although Quake II fans shouldn’t be running out to buy this version. Why?
Find out in my review on Classic Game Room!
Do you like ICO or Zelda? You should definitely give Lost in Shadow a look! While flawed, the game is essentially a 2D action adventure title with a heavy focus on puzzles. Sounds good to me! And it was pretty good. But don’t take my word for it.
Check out the review on TheSpeedGamers!
…oh wait, that is my word!
Dee Kay! Woo woo waaah! Donkey Kong! Dee Kay, Donkey Kong is here! No, Country Returns doesn’t feature the D.K. rap, but what it does feature is classic Donkey Kong Country action (even though D.K. Rap didn’t come from Country).
Since Rare hasn’t exactly been on the Nintendo scene lately, thanks to Microsoft buying them quite some time ago, Retro Studios took over the development on this entry. Did they succeed in bringing back the Donkey Kong magic, or is it just a platformer with D.K.’s face plastered all over it?
Head on over to TheSpeedGamers to find out!
Do you want to reach for the stars? Why, they look pretty far. So instead you should reach for Sonic Colors for Nintendo Wii. It is much closer, and probably much more enjoyable than burning your hand on a star… or rather incinerating your entire body.
Check out the review on TheSpeedGamers.
Oh, Final Fantasy IV. Where art thou review byth Oculin? Oh, look over yonder. Classic Game Room! And what is that I see over there? A review of Final Fantasy IV! And who is that I see who has written that review? Well it is he, Oculin, or rather, Benjamin Yoder!
Let us set forth over to Classic Game Room to readeth his (my) review!