Posted on Dec 03, 2010 under PC |
Precise controls ensure you’re always in command
Amazing level design is always varied and entertaining
Smooth difficulty curve gives you a chance to learn the ropes before the difficulty ramps up
Tons of unlockable characters and levels
Catchy music and goofy story add to the appeal.
No way to view leaderboard replays.
Failure is an unavoidable fact of life. Its devilish claws knock you down when you least expect it, but it’s how you react to disappointment that’s important. Super Meat Boy is the digital embodiment of the idea that pleasure can spring from pain, but although death is pervasive in this 2D platformer, Read the rest of this entry »
Posted on Nov 17, 2010 under Nintendo DS |
Slick new construction-themed gameplay twists
Robust online level-sharing options.
Very similar to previous games.
Mario may have bigger adversaries to tussle with these days, but sometimes, age-old conflicts can’t be put to rest quite so easily. Aside from giving the mustachioed Italian plumber a shot at getting some payback and settling an old score with his original flaming-barrel-chucking ape nemesis, the Mario vs. Donkey Kong franchise provided an interesting break from the status quo for Mario and pals. Since it transitioned from the Game Boy Advance to the DS in 2006, the strategic puzzle-oriented gameplay revolving around safely guiding mini versions of Mario and his buds through obstacle-course levels hasn’t changed much from one entry to the next. Read the rest of this entry »