- Nov 9, 2017
Hmm the Capcom Beat em up bundle is on sale on PS4, Steam and now the Switch. Anyone have any suggestions on which version to get?
Mario + Rabbids bar none. It's an utter joy to play. Crash, being remakes of PS1 games, may feel a bit... dated IMO. Watch some reviews of both to get a better idea, but M+R is my top tier recommendation.
Thank you! I've read that Crash is more of a remaster than a remake, which should explain why it would feel outdated.
You're making the right decision; just be sure to get the Gold Edition as the DK expansion is superb.
The Caveman Ninja games? I bought them during the Xmas/NY sale and instantly regretted upon trying to play the first. I have good memories of playing from the SNES days but now they just feel awful.
If you liked Ghost Trick, it’s very likely that you’ll like Ace Attorney. It’s a little less interactive, but it’s a hell of a ride. Some of the best writing in video games and really media in general period.What would you say sets them apart? I’ve watched some video of it on YouTube and it looks pretty amusing but it’s hard to tell whether the court room sequences actually require any sort of brain power or if it just kind of plays out for you.
Also, I enjoyed ghost trick.
Current patches have helped, it plays and feels much better than launch. Though never progressed far enough to see the most troubling spots.
I’ve never heard of StarBlox, but this looks neat. There isn’t much out there about the game. Yet Canada Aviation and Space Museum did a video on the game?
Frame rate and performance is fine, I can only vouch for handheld mode though since I play it on a Switch lite. Me and my coworkers play it just about every night. Community seems small, takes a while to find arcade games but quick play is always fast.
I played this with my 4 year old daughter back at the time and it was a lovely experience. It is also great that the second player simply jumps on the first players back if there is a difficult section.
Thanks. I might give this a try, then. My wife struggles a lot with games and is easily frustrated - the sort of mechanic you speak of might make this game fairly tolerable for her.
I would think your wife will love this game as the graphics are gorgeous and there is even a small story.
Late reply but I paid like 30$ for each of these games back on the DS days and the were so worth it. Obviously they aren't for everyone but if they click for you, you will have the blast. The first is perfect for newcomers, much simpler cases except for the 5th one. The other two can get overwhelming at times. The third game is sooooo rewarding when you reach the last two cases.