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Here, another crowded week in the world of video games is over. Last week we had a lot of anniversaries-especially on Wednesday when Nintendo 64 turns 25 (and release games like Super Mario 64, we think you may have read enough), Sonic Adventure 2 20 years old, Sonic himself is 30 years old, We all turned around in disgust, disgusted by the ruthless march of time.
It’s time to relax and discuss our weekend game plan. JimmyEmbers from the Nintendo Life team did this work below, so please feel free to read our entry and then add your own entry through our comments section. enjoy!
I need to go back to Metroid: Mission Zero this week without much time; I have been playing it on the Wii U GamePad, and this is an interesting comeback. Obviously it will not be too long, so this weekend I may also enter Super Metroid through Switch Online. I am enjoying the slow and steady journey of the “numbered” Metroid game. I also used my gold points to get Earth Atlantis in a sale, so I will give it a try.
I will definitely download it outside of Nintendo games Need for Speed: Remastered Edition With the game pass, it is impolite not to do so!
A virtual sports weekend is coming.I am very happy with SEGA’s 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Dunk Lords continues to “boomshakalaking”, Mario Golf: Super Rush once again put Camelot on the green. According to tradition, I am participating in the ongoing European Cup 2020. Virtual Forward 3 v2003 On the GameCube. We have reached the terrible part of only one team moving forward in each game! It will be embarrassing when Portugal faces England in a decisive match.
This week’s game is LEGO Builder’s Journey. Unexpectedly, soothing, bricks for days… and very good.
After laughing at the idea of the 30th anniversary of Sonic Symphony and assuming it is just Crush 40, continue to live and learn and open up. Don’t let anyone hinder you or let you down or jump into the parking space you are looking at. In supermarkets and other places, I Watched the opening medley dedicated to the Mega Drive and Master System games, and was hit directly by the feeling. Therefore, I would love to sit down this weekend and play some old-fashioned Sonic games like Tom did recently.
I also participated in a GBA bidding frenzy recently and bought Sonic Pinball Party, Mario Tennis and Mother 3, so it’s not bad to pass these quickly. I am also working hard to complete the Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity DLC, the first part of which seems to be a lot of busier work.It makes it sound dull and repetitive-and it Yes A bit boring and repetitive-but yelling in that game is also very calm. I believe that the second part of the DLC will bring a lot of content, but I am very happy to complete the first part of the task temporarily.
Hello everyone! Hope you all are well. I finally completed the latest test of the Halo series-yes, me! To be honest, I would love to go back and try LASO, but I don’t think I’m ready to accept it. Perhaps closer to the release of Infinite, we will wait and see.
Elsewhere, I am still immersed in Metroid at the moment; I have completed half of Samus Returns, which excites me and so Excitement can finally play Metroid Fear! Good luck everyone!
Very busy this week: I have been playing [REDACTED] with [CENSORED] Even a bit [NDA]. Wait, why isn’t the game name displayed?
I’m kidding. There are a few games this week that I can’t say for a while!But of course, I have been playing The House In Fata Morgana, and after work, I have been playing endive. I am very biased because I know a lot of people who develop it, but it is such a cute game. Imagine if the art academy made you cry too. I hope it will appear on Switch one day, so I can talk about it endlessly!
As always, thank you for reading! In the next few days, please be sure to leave us a message below and tell us your game choices…
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Ronald is a blogger who is always fascinated with the games and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around his with that same knowledge, through his writings.