Fangirls, it took me far too long to buy Smash. I remember falling asleep the first night at SPX while everyone that I was sharing a room with played Super Smash Bros, but I couldn’t because it isn’t a game where you can remote in (like Mario Kart is). So I paid a bit of attention, then got bored and went to bed. Well, my fine Fangirls, never again. Now I own Smash, and though I don’t 100% understand it, I play it all the time.
On the list of things I didn’t realize I loved until recently, Yoshi is number one. It’s a long list, depending on how long ago you consider recent, but I’ve been playing this game on my New 3DS for almost a month now, and I love it. I think it’s adorable and fun, and I highly recommend it.
Natalie, Kyle, and I all went to ConnectiCon 2014 this past weekend, and here’s what happened.
Hey there! So 3 days ago the latest installment in everybody’s favorite racing game was released for the Wii U and let me tell you, it’s a blast! I’ve only played it once so far but boy was it fun. The unlockable characters leave a bit to be desired, but you pretty much start with all of the classic fan favorites and earn more by completing different cups.Read More »
Fangirls! As probably many of us know, sometimes being a Fangirl isn’t easy. Being a woman in this world in general isn’t always the easiest & most fun route, let alone trying to be comfortable & respected in a male dominated community. But we have a lot of reasons to celebrate our nerdy womanhood and empower ourselves to feel as awesome as we really are.
I recently just finished playing Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon. The continuation of the story featuring the ghost busting Luigi moves to the Nintendo 3DS in this sequel. I was a little concerned the move to the 3DS would be annoying, but it played almost exactly like its predecessor in it’s mechanics. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised, it’s not as if it changed hands although sometimes game designers like to overdue it with nifty features like dual screens.