I have a strong love for Pokemon, I first got into it when it debuted here in the US and have been a Pokefan ever since. It has influenced my writing and, over the last several months, I have written several articles detailing teams I would use if I was a Pokemon Trainer, member of an Elite Four, or even Pokemon Champion.
Faxanadu was licensed by computer game developer Nihon Falcom, which is a pretty good company. They continue to develop games today, and have most recently helped to release The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV. They're also famous for the Ys series. Faxanadu came out in the United States in 1989 as a first-party title under license from Hudson Soft.
A few months ago, I posted two teams that I would use if I were Pokemon Champion. These teams were not defined by a single type, but were built around specific themes relating to my love of literature.
A few months ago I published an article that detailed the Pokemon team I would use if I were Pokemon Champion, the truth is there was another team I was also contemplating but ultimately went with the Fairy-Tale themed team.
Published 5 months ago
Content Warning: Depression, anxiety, and mental health.
I have been playing Pokemon since the beginning, my sisters still lament how I would "take over the tv each day to watch Pokemon." Guilty as charged on that one, I was completely enthralled by the series and followed it closely for many years. After playing Ruby and Sapphire, I began taking breaks before returning to play through the new generations that were released.
I'm really excited for the Nintendo Switch remake of TheLegend of Zelda: Link's Awakening.
For most of my life, there have been few things as consistent as my gaming habits, and among those, Pokémon has been one of my most played games.
The Metroid franchise is one that Nintendo doesn’t quite seem to understand. There is an incredible consistency of quality throughout the entire series, save for a small handful of games fans don’t want to talk about, but in terms of the mainline 2D series and the Prime trilogy, there’s a stellar presence that could honestly put Mario and Zelda to shame. Metroid is one of the black sheep franchises Nintendo has, and they have difficulty marketing each game with increasingly less than ideal sales since Prime 2, so they unfortunately have repeatedly had to put the franchise on the shelf for a while. Thankfully, in full force, Nintendo has a new Prime game on its way and now a new 2D entry to give the constantly salivating fanbase.
After around a year of my 3DS being broken, I finally got my hands on a working one. Going through my games, I figured I’d do another run through of the classic DS title Pokemon Ranger: Shadows of Almia. Did I regret it? Not even a little bit.
If you've read some of my previous content, you know I love my Nintendo Switch. I'd marry it, if it was legal to wed inanimate objects.