What a Wild Endgame! – Kirby and the Forgotten Land Live Stream

The true nature of how Kirby and his friends got sucked into the Forgotten Land is finally revealed and it isn’t pretty! Getting both worlds out of this is going to be a huge mess. Does Kirby have what it takes to put an end to this disaster?

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King Dedede Strikes! – Kirby and the Forgotten Land Live Stream

Despite being in a whole other dimension, King Dedede has somehow found his way here too! Can Kirby take him down one more time?

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Swimming Through Everbay Coast! – Kirby and the Forgotten Land Live Stream

Kirby takes a dip into Everbay Coast in the latest installment of Kirby and the Forgotten Land!

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Entering a Forgotten Land! – Kirby and the Forgotten Land Live Stream

Sucked into another dimension, Kirby must save his friends from treacherous enemies in a strange land. Let the adventure begin!

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Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury Review

One of the last great games stranded on the Wii U, Super Mario 3D World finally makes the jump to the Nintendo Switch. As with other Nintendo has included some extras to sweeten the deal. This time, we’re getting online multiplayer, a small chunk of new content that plays wildly different from the main game, and more.

Even with the added extras, is Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury worth picking up, especially if you’re one of the few who bought it on the Wii U?

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Is Bowser’s Fury the Future of Super Mario?

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.

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Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout Review

Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout loosely translates the experience of game shows like Wipeout and Takeshi’s Castle into the realm of video games. Up to 60 players compete for the top spot by partaking in a series of mini games that will have you running, jumping, working as a team, and more. Are you ready to wear a silly costume and race for the goal?

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Racing for My First Win! – Fall Guys Live Stream!

Steff and I team up for a Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout stream! Can we get our first win? Also, we discuss 90s movies and share our Lego NES build!

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My Tolerance for Failure in Video Games

If at first you don’t succeed, try again, and again, and again…or quit?

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Super Mario Maker 2 Review

Super Mario Maker proved to be a revelation. Providing players with intuitive tools to create their own levels in the Mushroom Kingdom, they broke the boundaries of Nintendo’s own level design ethos while pushing the limits – and oftentimes breaking the limits – of what was possible within the game’s toolset. Long after the Wii U died, the Super Mario Maker community seemingly held onto Nintendo’s ill-fated console longer than anyone else.

As mind-expanding as that first game proved to be, it wasn’t without fault. Limitations within the tools made it impossible to recreate every facet of the 2D Super Mario experience, such as sloped hills among others. Finding good levels proved to be a chore due to the game’s poor filtering options. For players who simply wanted more Nintendo-created levels, they were gated behind a clunky 10 Mario Challenge mode that essentially made it impossible to experience them all without having to play repeats. Super Mario Maker 2 aims to not only address the issues of the first, but expand the scope of what players can create within the Mushroom Kingdom.

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