Opinion: Lyn is the best in Fire Emblem Warriors

This isn’t going to be a deep post; I just want to state that Lyn is incredibly fun to play in Fire Emblem Warriors. She teleports around, slashes all over the place, is insanely fast and has some amazing moves that do wonders for crowd control and zipping through large groups. Her voice is just…

Opinion: Artistic Discussion – 2/7/2018

Fire Emblem stood out on the shelf when it launched for the GBA way back in 2003. Its anime influence on its medieval world was unfaltering, and as someone who had finally discovered how much they adored such art design around that time, I was immediately drawn to its distinctive character designs. To this day…

Opinion: The Best Games of the Metroid Franchise

With my recent playthrough of Samus Returns under my belt, I figure it’s time to properly do a proper “Top Metroids!” article now. It’s also Halloween and Metroids are spooky. :p I’ll repost some of my commentary from elsewhere for Super Metroid. Super Metroid Surprise (or not)! I’ve written a lot on the game already,…

Opinion – Artistic Discussion: 9/27/2017

Karnaaj Rally is a low-key release for the Game Boy Advance that has become infamous for its bizarre choice of a cover, a combination of checkered flag, a motion blurred car, and some poor unfortunate dude with blue hair looking absolutely disturbed. I don’t really know what prompted Jaleco to go this route and why…

Opinion: Retro Comps – Capcom Classics Mini Mix (GBA)

Capcom Classics Mini Mix (GBA) Highlights: Bionic Commando Low Lights: Mighty Final Fight Quirky Surprise: Strider Very, very late in the GBA lifeline came this surprise — a collection of three of Capcom’s NES cult classics (i.e. games not Mega Man or Disney-themed) ported by Sensory Sweep in 2006. The company was not known for…