The Marvel Cinematic Universe dictates the very finite nature of Infinite.
The sequel nobody asked for turns out to be the game nobody needed to play.
Dynasty Warriors, Nioh, Deception, and more join forces to smash up some anthro cats because of some reasons.
Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is one of those game concepts that on paper simply should not work. Rabbids are essentially the late 2000’s equivalent of the Minions – screeching, vulgar, nondescript vehicles for fast-paced slapstick aimed at children. Mario is one of the most iconic video game characters of all time, who goes on focused and goal-oriented quests to save the world.
Neither use guns.
Putting both into a turn based strategy RPG shooter setting together simply doesn’t sound like a good idea on paper.
Agents of Mayhem is a passably amusing game shackled forever to the fact it’s less than its peers in every single way.
Sonic Mania is a brilliantly staged celebration of the past that acts as a true sequel to the Genesis line of games.
Say you were me,
Then you could see the view,
You’ll know we are equally damaged,
Don’t be a fool, make it easier,
You’ll learn to say when,
Signal if you can’t say, “no more.”
It is the law that you must refer to the titular hero of Crash Bandicoot as a marsupial every time you talk about him. I don’t know how or why this terrible law was put into place by Bill Clinton, but he did it and we all have to live with it.
I’m glad I got it out of the way early.