The Realm of Eternal Frost 08
Chapter 08: A Mysterious Visitor
Meanwhile, when he left Yoyo's floating citadel to do his Space Pirate duties, Ridley decided to rub some salt into the wounds of The Galactic Federation. Despite his near death experience, Ridley was overjoyed at the thought that he “killed off” Samus Aran in cold blood, right in front of her Chozo family. He may have almost died at the hands of Prince Amirani of Niflheim, Ridley still didn't give up on his conquest of despair and chaos.
“So you really did kill off that little Samus brat this time? Correct?” Mother Brain asked, as the spherical orb hovered and darted around Ridley, as if it were a dragonfly.
“Correct, dear Mother. Heh heh!” Ridley gloated in pride. “Now this time, no one can stop us, The Army of Empress Yoyo! KYA HA HA HA HA!”
Mother Brain lets out a high pitched cybernetic, grown, as it reminded the egotistical space dragon, “Now now Ridley.... Don't get too cocky. Remember,
Review: Splody (PC)https://www.ticgn.com/review-splody-pc/
I may have given Super Bomberman R a mostly positive review, but there’s no denying that a heavy price stands in the way. Those that don’t already own a Nintendo Switch would have to spend $300 to get one. Even with that out of the way, Super Bomberman R costs $50. That’s a high price for a series whose past installments were digital-only $5-$10 titles. Fortunately for people on the fence, Splody is here to fill the void as a cheaper alternative.
Unlike Super Bomberman R, Splody doesn’t have a story campaign mode. This game is created solely for multiplayer battles.
Bomberman games have never looked particularly pretty, but Splody at least tries to have a variety of environments and characters. Battlefields feature looks ranging from standard fields to industrial areas to
Review: TMNT Mutants in Manhattan (Xbox 360)https://www.ticgn.com/review-tmnt-mutants-manhattan-xbox-360-2/
Activision is no stranger to the TMNT license by this point. They first used it in 2013 for two games that were poorly received by the general public. Then they took a detour the following year by hiring Wayforward to make a Metroidvania-esque platformer, the result being TMNT: Danger of the Ooze. One thing they seemed to have learned from that game was to hire prolific studios that people could rely on for a good time. This is because their latest TMNT escapade is brought to gamers by Platinum Games. How does it compare to previousTMNTs? Can it bring the turtles back to the gaming spotlight? Read onward for details!
This review will cover the Xbox 360 version, but it is also available on PS3 PS4, Xbox One, and Steam.
I have sort of a mixed reaction towards the visuals in this game. There is a surprising amount of color utilized in the sev
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