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Christian Camara reviewed Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch)
"I don’t bother making stages just playing the ones others create and still have a lot of fun. The way user created content is curated in mm2 feels easier to navigate than what I can remember from the first. But most of my time was spent playing story mode where you run through about 80 Nintendo created levels in order to rebuild peaches castle. Story isn’t much but it helps create a sense of progression that maybe will motivate you to keep playing. I didn’t play multiplayer or delve into its level creator. There is still plenty of content I have yet to explore but I got everything I wanted from this game for now. All that being said I would definitely come back to show friends and family some of the wacky courses you can find online. Good time would recommend if u like mario"
Calvin Prenkert reviewed Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch)
"A game with limitless hours of gameplay, whether it be creating your own levels, playing levels of others from around the world, or delving in to the solid story mode offerings. If you are a fan of 2d Mario or the 2D platformer genre, Super Mario Maker 2 is a must buy."
Christian Camara reviewed Gato Roboto (Nintendo Switch)
"like metroid if i ever played it but with a cat named kiki. lots of fun color palettes to unlock. in true metroidvania fashion upgrades for your kitties mech unlock new areas on the map. short, sweet and well paced if you’re looking for something casual to play while you watch tv or whatever"
Jeff Goldenberg reviewed Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PlayStation Network (PS3))
"Every other review will tell you this game is vastly superior to the first one. Not this one. While the game was longer and more technically complex than the first one, I did not find it better. I found the story to be inferior, the slew of new characters unimpressive, and the controls slightly glitchier during platforming. There is considerably more platforming to do in this one. There are more "puzzles" to solve, but the answers are all provided in Drake's notebook! Until the final couple of chapters, all of the enemies are boring clones with only 3 variations. The final two types of enemies are quite difficult, although there is a trick to easily beat the first kind. With one or two exceptions, all of the weapons are identical to the weapons from the first game, and almost all of the trophies are exact copies, too! Treasure collecting is more difficult in this game, especially after the first few chapters. The original game had 61 treasures to find, this one has 101. All of the character models except Drake still lack the same level of detail that he has. This game has multiplayer mode (not for the story), but I did not try it. Despite all of these complaints, I still enjoyed the game, but not as much as Drake's Fortune."
Played: July 2nd - July 7th
Brady Fullam reviewed Duck Season (PC)
Brady Fullam reviewed The Evil Within (Xbox 360)
Christian Camara reviewed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Nintendo Switch)
Christian Camara reviewed Cadence of Hyrule – Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring The Legend of Zelda (Nintendo Switch)
Christian Camara reviewed Star Wars Battlefront II (PC)
"After getting rid of almost all the micro transactions, throwing in free updates that include new maps, modes, characters, trooper skins and vehicles this game has more than redeemed itself considering how cheap you can get it on sale. (*as of July 14th 2019 PS4 online community is also still pretty active). If you’re a Star Wars fan looking for a casual shooter this is 4 u"
Christian Camara reviewed Donut County (iPhone)
"Charming animals ,meditative gameplay. Think Richard Scarys what people do all day meets a dark pit that only gets bigger with the more objects/creatures/buildings that fall into it.Something to play while you watch tv or listen to a podcast. Fun when you’re killing time"