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|6 68%||Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour (2003) - Apr 02, 2019
"Undeniably a bit repetitive - hell, VERY repetitive, it basically just consists of doing the same couple of actions over and over and over again hundreds of times - but there’s a sort of relaxed zen bliss to it too. Put on a chill podcast and get a coffee or a drink just relax away a Sunday afternoon with this game. A few years to cook let them bring this idea up a notch from Mario Golf 64."
|8 91%||Super Monkey Ball (2001) - Mar 23, 2019
"Great early GameCube entry; good single player and multiplayer."
|8 91%||Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time (1992) - Mar 20, 2019
"Basically the only beat ‘em up I’ve ever played to completion more than once; great game!"
|5 51%||DuckTales: Remastered (2013) - Mar 05, 2019
"Based on the classic game - yes! Original series voice actors - yes! Million hour long cutscenes - no no no!"
|6 68%||Kirby's Pinball Land (1993) - Feb 18, 2019
"Great time waster in elementary school."
|7 82%||Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (2017) - Dec 15, 2018
"This is the most classic JRPG that has ever classic JRPGed, straight up like playing a JRPG from 1991 with anime graphics but that otherwise hasn’t evolved a thing gameplay wise (turn-based battles, cutscene, town, dungeon, boss, repeat). And that’s arguably unambitious but at the same time also kind of comforting and nostalgic and addicting and great. For better or worse the game is also insanely, 100+ hours long. This ain’t a brisk little playthrough, this is a months-long commitment."
|3 22%||Dragon Quest Builders (2016) - Dec 15, 2018
"Dragon Quest and Minecraft have a mediocre baby."
|8 91%||Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (2018) - Dec 15, 2018
"More so than any other Smash Bros to date it feels like a hypercharged port of its predecessor, a “Smash Bros for Wii U-Plus” if you will. The sheer number of character and level choices is great and it all feels good to play. I especially like the addition of Simon Belmont. The “Spirits” adventure mode feels a little undercooked but it’s still an obvious must play for any Nintendo fan."
|6 68%||The Simpsons (1991) - Nov 01, 2018
"An iconic arcade cabinet to play at the pizza parlor or whatever in the early 90s. Retroactively bizzare fact: when this game came out there were only 28 episodes of The Simpsons."
|8 91%||Undertale (2015) - Oct 13, 2018
"I don't know that I'll ever be part of its hardcore cult but I did find it an interesting, enjoyable and occasionally even emotional experience, if one pretty short and shallow on the gameplay front. The mix of "bullet hell" gameplay with otherwise traditional RPG battles is a very clever twist, and make some of the boss battles quite exciting. Some solid puzzles, but the phone calls in the second half of the game became annoying. I'll go back and try Pacifist/Genocide runs one day."