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It seems as though no genre of game is too sacred for the investigation team of Persona 4 to break into. As the series has become more popular, they’ve broken out of the RPG mold to include a couple fighting games and even their own anime. The latest adventure, Persona 4: Dancing All Night, as you may have gathered, is a rhythm game focused around the likable group of teenagers from the aforementioned RPG. Regardless of the change in genre, Atlus is certainly treating Dancing All Night as a canon entry in the Persona 4 universe with its own expansive story mode and all the characters you’d expect to see from the original game.
Now that my Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain review is done, I celebrated by attempting the second half of my Expert run on the 100 Mario Challenge. Will I be able to make tall the way through with the meager amount of lives I have left, or will I fall just short of victory? Check out the thrilling conclusion here to find out!
I think that Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain might be one of the best games ever made. Hyperbole aside, Kojima has gone out of the franchise with a bang, creating a solid action game with so much replay value that it has taken me over three weeks to finish enough of the game to feel comfortable writing a review. That is to say, there’s a lot of game here, but what’s more striking is how fun it stays from beginning to end. In an already stellar series of games, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain managed to exceed my lofty expectations and stand as my favorite game of the year thus far.
In lieu of the stream tonight, I recorded myself playing through expert mode on the 100 Mario Challenge in Super Mario Maker. Silly me, I thought I might be able to do the whole thing in one sitting, but it is actually a huge time commitment. As such, this is only the first half and I will be doing the second at a later date. Enjoy!
Narrative-driven games have seen a huge boom in the last few years. From the many titles being worked on by Telltale Games to the recent horror title Until Dawn, if you’re looking for a good yarn, then gaming is a great place to look right now. Since Telltale seems to be snatching up all of the licensed stories, other developers have had to get more creative. Enter developer A Crowd of Monsters with their new adventure game Blues and Bullets. Taking real life historical figures and building an interesting and brutal noir story, this is one episodic tale worth checking out.
Here is the big finale! Tensions mount and people die as the story reaches the dramatic conclusion. Who will live and who will die? Watch and find out with my last 4 videos below. Thank you all so much for watching and met me know if you’ve enjoyed the series by commenting here or on my YouTube page.