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Mario and Luigi: Paper Jam is the fifth installment of the Mario and Luigi series, and crosses over into the realm of the Paper Mario series. I have played most of the Paper Mario games and have always enjoyed their unique gameplay aspects. The RPG elements provide a refreshing twist on the typical Mario experience. I had high expectations for Paper Jam since it incorporates both 3D and 2D elements into the story. Did it live up to everything I had dreamed? Let’s find out!
I spent endless hours as a kid testing the limits of my imagination with my Lego bricks. The blueprints in my head translated into 3D objects before my very eyes. My brain, eyes, and hands acted like a 3D printer before 3D printers were cool. Legos were truly boundless in terms of capability, assuming you had enough bricks. Combine the world of Lego with the fantasy super euphoria that is Star Wars and you have one hell of a concoction. These two worlds collide in a manner similar to icing and a cake… it’s butter, baby. Let’s find out how the game stacks up!
With a title that includes the word “festival”, I expect a fun, entertaining experience. Earthlock: Festival of Magic certainly did not disappoint! Snowcastle Games has created a great RPG with fantastic elements and interesting gameplay mechanics. A soothing soundtrack adds to the fantasy atmosphere that is the world of Umbra. You play as Amon and a party of characters, who must stop a war with a magical cult by unlocking the mysteries of Umbra. The planet of Umbra has stopped spinning, but the game will keep your brain spinning throughout the campaign! Let’s see how the rest of the game stacks up.
NFS: Underground 2 – any fan of racing games remembers this game. If they don’t, they are too young for you bro. This game was one of the most iconic NFS games and arguably one of the most iconic racing games of all time. This game was simply beautiful, especially for its time. It set the standard for all racing games to come and, not only set, but determined what the basic foundations of every racing game will be. Let’s break it down and see the beauty unfold.
Assassin’s Creed – the franchise that just won’t quit. It seems there is always a new Assassin’s Creed coming out. I feel like I have said this before… Anyway, moving on to my second Assassin’s Creed review, this is the game that made me start to dislike the series. By now, fans such as myself, realized that they were milking this series – so they did something extreme to try and keep our attention. Which, to this gamer, ruined the series, but I will attempt to be as fair as possible for the sake of this review. ARRRRighty?