Saturday, September 17, 2011

Super Smash Bros... on Game Boy?

Can it be?! There was a Super Smash Bros. game on Game Boy? Well... not quite, but if there were, it probably would play a lot like this fan-game, Super Smash Land, which is finally completed and available for download, today!

Friday, July 29, 2011

My Thoughts on Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3

Well, I've had a lot of mixed feelings about this, but despite all that, I finally just went ahead and preordered the game, earlier today. I may as well write down all the stuff I'm thinking about, in regards to this.

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The End of Mega Man?

2011 has been quite a rough year for Mega Man, and the last time we had a game was in 2010. Could this be the end of Capcom's unofficial mascot character and his series? Well, let's take a look at all that's happened so far and see what kind of conclusion we can come to.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Mario Anime Movie Review Follow-Up

Well, after a little bit of thinking, I think there's some more things about the Mario anime movie that I could go over. This post might be a bit spoilerific, though, but I do want to go over certain things that happen in the movie that I think are worth mentioning, and offering my opinions on them. It's quite fascinating to see just how much this movie has influenced the series of games as a whole, though (like the flying airship or throwing the Koopa King by his tail that I had mentioned in my last post), so that's part of the reason I want to go over some of these things again. The other reason is because there's a LOT of oddities, as well. Things that just don't make a whole lot of sense. All but one, however, can be explained. The one that can't, I'll admit, is perhaps the only flaw I can find in the movie, outside of the aforementioned (in my previous blog post) product placement... which now that I think about it occurred twice in the movie, as opposed to the one instance I was thinking about. Anywho, I'll now go over all of these things individually. Also, in case you were wondering, I use the Japanese names for characters because of the fact that the movie that I'm discussing was never localized.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Mario Anime Movie Review

"Super Mario Bros. The Great Mission to Rescue Princess Peach" was a 1986 theatrical feature that was only ever shown in Japan. This little gem was Mario's second venture into the world of animation (his first being the 1983 American Donkey Kong cartoon produced by Ruby-Spears and shown as part of the "Saturday Supercade" block on CBS), and not many people even seem to know of its existence, even in its native Japan.