Yeah, isn't that a kicker? I've been wanting a Kylo Ren, but a new character really doesn't change much at all for the game. But that hasn't dropped my level of want.Notabot wrote:I just got the Toybox Takeover and Speedway expansions for $10 each at Best Buy. Haven't had a chance to try them out, but I really enjoyed Rise Against the Empire. (Except that Lando sounds like some dockworker from New Jersey for some reason.) I know that the individual characters don't do all that much to change the game, but I find myself frantically searching for Infinity toys on clearance now. Stupid excellent marketing ploy...
The nice thing is, these ones seem to go on sale quite regularly. Almost to the point where I don't think I would pay full price for any of it. It's just a matter of a week or two before one of the big stores has something on sale.
I don't know, but you're absolutely right. The SNES and Genesis era was one of my favorite times, though I grew up right in the NES era. Those games have a beautiful pixel art style, that easily stands the test of time. Matter of fact, I played Streets of Rage 2 3D on my 3DS last night, and was simply blown away by the graphics and music of that time period.Hound wrote:I took a day and played the first 3 Super Mario Bros. Good platforming fun.
I started playing A Link to the Past. It's so beautiful. How is it so many Super Nintendo games are the some of the best looking games ever?