0commentsBut even if Nintendo does eventually shut the project down, Emanuar is already hard at work on new ones, including a remake of The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask that utilizes Mario characters and power-ups; and a Super Mario Sunshine remake that uses the Nintendo 64 visual engine. Whether he can pull it off has yet to be seen but if he can make Super Mario 64 Online work with fellow modders, anything is possible. … [Read more...] about Fan Project Super Mario 64 Online Returns, Now With Sonic and Knuckles
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Aside from that, he noted that development on the game was pretty straightforward, though there were some considerations he had to make. For instance, with getting to the dungeons in Ocarina of Time, he’d have to think of good puzzles that would fit Mario in said dungeon. Otherwise, some rooms could’ve ended up “just useless.” … [Read more...] about Super Mario 64: The Ocarina of Time Blends Together Two Classics Into One Wild Universe
0commentsThe final series of the Spring 2020 anime series we'll be highlighting here is both a return and finale. Sword Art Online's third season is one of the most well received in the series since its very first season as the Alicization arc continues to adapt one of the longest arcs from Reki Kawahara's original light novel series. It's been one of the most intense in a long while too with the first half of War of Underworld kicking off a deadly and violent war. … [Read more...] about The Spring 2020 Anime You Need to Check Out
0commentsTitans season three was previously scheduled to premiere on DC Universe in the fall with production eyed to begin this month. Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic though, filming on shows and movies around the world has been suspended around the world. As a result it's unclear when the new season of the series will make its debut or even when it will go in front of cameras. … [Read more...] about Titans: New Photo From Deleted Scene Shows Batman and Robin Team Up
But as good as the story mode might be, it's dragged down by a perplexing misstep on the part of Arc System Works. This problem - one that overshadows many of the more positive aspects of the game - is Granblue Fantasy Vs' outdated delay-based netcode, a problem it unfortunately shares with far too many fighting games created today. Playing online right now is fine, not fantastic nor terrible. Sure, you'll find a healthy number of perfectly playable matches where you can pull off that one combo you've been practicing for hours, but the unignorable presence of laggy and unresponsive games counter the good ones. Granblue Fantasy Vs online fills you with a sense of fun and excitement one moment, just for it to come hemorrhaging out the next. … [Read more...] about Granblue Fantasy: Versus review: a new step for fighting games with old failings.