What an objective review is and why it’s not a bad thing MiracleDinner (I am primarily talking about video gaming here but it could apply to other things including but not limited to music, films, books, or theatrical performances) Members of the video gaming community frequently describe games...
So I played DKCR3D on the train back from London today and added it to my spreadsheet.
I'm not sure if I like it more than the Wii version (graphics and controls are my main gripes by comparison), but it's a big nostalgia blast and I very much appreciate that from now on I'll be able to play this game on the go. Overall I don't regret spending £16 on it
Pretty crazy that this is only the third leap day as far as I am able to remember. I remember being 9 and having games that day (and that's about it lol). I remember being 13 and Minecraft 1.9 coming out. And now I'm 17 and I'll probably just be doing schoolwork a lot rip
Today I beat NSMBW in one sitting (took me 1h20m according to Wii notice board thing). That's one of the first times I've done so, iirc my third game beaten in one sitting after SML1 and SML2 (which aren't that long games anyway.) When I was younger I kind of knew about the warps but didn't use them much. After watching any% speedruns I learnt the optimal route and beat it by warping from 1-3 to 5-1 and 5-boo to 8-1, also 8-2 to 8-airship with 8-7 in the middle.
Just me playing Cubecraft eggwars in a duo, we won quite unexpectedly lol
(btw yeah it does look better when i'm playing, the thing i use to capture makes some things look fuzzy and gives a lower framerate)
(and tbh i didn't do that much, just got lucky that everyone else took each other down)