Desperate times call for desperate solutions! During the final stretch of Bowser’s Fury, I come up with some…outside-the-box solutions for getting some of the tougher Cat Shines in the game! We also discuss video games being adapted to board games (such as Stardew Valley) and my latest anime glass art!
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Bowser’s Fury is odd. Despite being packed in with Super Mario 3D World on the Nintendo Switch, Bowser’s Fury shares little relation beyond its protagonist and antagonist. Gone is the four-player co-op and linear level design. Heck, Bowser’s Fury doesn’t quite fit with anything in the Super Mario universe…and that’s what makes it fascinating.
Bowser is BIG mad! Corrupted by goop, Bowser Jr. turns to Mario in hopes that he can free Bowser from this demonic spell! During this session, I play both Super Mario 3D World and Bowser’s Fury!
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The long-rumored Super Mario Nintendo Direct turned out to be true! Nintendo packed quite a bit into its 16-minute presentation. Won’t cover absolutely everything shown, but here are my notes on what I loved (and loathed) from this presentation!
Two Super Mario games for the price of one! We start the stream by closing out New Super Mario Bros. U once and for all. Then we play a little bit of Super Mario 3D World! During the stream, we also discuss our picks for best and worst Super Mario power-ups!
My 2013 game of the year is the focus of this episode. Watch as my Princess Peach tackles levels from world 5 and 6. Along the way, I also talk about some of my other favourite games of 2013, the Wii U’s merits as a console and the challenges that come with capturing gameplay off of a PlayStation 4.
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