It’s time for the last-minute 2018 revival review! This time, we’re looking at the newest rendition of a time-honored classic: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate!
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I’ve been playing this game on and off for the past year or so, and I’ve seen a ton of good and a ton of bad. But, is it worth the fifteen dollar price tag? We’ll see in this article of Fixing Gaming!
One of the first games I ever played, here’s a quick look at Super Mario World (spoiler: might not be a whole lot of ‘fixing” here)!
In the last few years, Survival games have become synonymous with garbage proof-of-concept dumpster fires.
Also in the last few years, Konami has become synonymous with garbage proof-of-concept dumpster fires.
In this episode of Fixing Gaming, we’re going to take a look at a Dumpster Fire’s little dumpster fire, Metal Gear Survive.
This week, we’ll take a look at how a little bit of effort on the part of devs can turn a bad game into a great one.
On Monday, we talked about the problems with game difficulty, and we had quite a few shooters put in the spotlight for bad or good design. Now, let’s shrink down to one developer of Roleplaying Games, Bethesda, and rip apart the meat of a game’s storyline: the characters.
With new games coming out everyday, I notice certain genres are starting to get rid of the old difficulty sliders, while other genres are making actual sliders for difficulty. This week, we’re looking at certain mechanics of gaming that might need Fixing, and we’re starting with the stuff that makes you quit.
The game people have been waiting for has now been released. Not too long after it was officially announced, I grew worried about the quality. I’ve since played over ten hours. Let’s see what needs fixing.
The newest console has finally reached most shelves, and has quickly flown off of them. This is what they did right, what they did wrong, and how they can fix a few of the glaring issues.
This week, we’re going to be talking about a genre that defies expectation every time. Is the roguelike the genre of the future? Check it out here!