Having gotten the chance to try Splatoon 2 this weekend, I’ve decided to put together a quick first impressions video to discuss how this game differs from the original. You can view it below!
Memes are kind of like ketchup. Used correctly, they can be greatly enjoyable, and there are a few places where they’re practically required. But use them too much, or use them wrong, and things start to get disgusting pretty quickly.
While Flash may be on its way out, there is still something incredibly appealing about those addictive little games that are peppered throughout the Internet. Before indie development was a real thing, programmers with too much time on their hands spent their hours building games about poking bunnies, spanking monkeys, and launching adorable little kittens out of cannons. And, before the advent of smartphones, these games were THE best way to waste time in class.
I’m sure that many of you are familiar with the mixed reaction that Paper Mario: Color Splash received upon its announcement. And by “mixed”, I of course mean “your sanity depends upon you not reading the comments on the YouTube trailer”.
So a funny thing happened to me the other day. I was showing Bayonetta to a friend who had never played it before (criminal, I know) when a thought occurred to me, as they sometimes do:
Holy smokes, the intro to this game takes forever.
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