"We’re ready to fight!! Mwa-ha-ha-ha!!" - Little Master: Niji Iro no Maseki (Jewels of the Rainbow) - Tokuma Shoten; Super Famicom, 1995.
Gotta run really speedy!
Princess Tomato in the Salad Kingdom (Japanese PC-88 version)
One of the best things about the 1970’s was bookshelf games. I have an edition of Stocks and Bonds and I’ve played the football game.
- Video Games, November 1994 (#11)
"He’s malleable, squishy, and moldable, a character that’s both lovable and deeply functional. Sakurai’s pink puff slots logically into almost any role, whether it’s deeply traditional or playfully experimental, making him a perfect icon for Nintendo. The company’s built an empire on indulging its oddest and safest impulses simultaneously. Kirby isn’t the face of Nintendo. He’s not Mario or Pikachu, but his 22-year career embodies Nintendo’s appealing creative spirit, vacillating between staid routine and weird experimentation."
What makes Rosalina the game’s best character? How does Shy Guy even drive a go-kart? What the heck is Toadette’s “hair” made of anyway? John Teti answers these questions and more in his review of each and every Mario Kart 8 competitor.
Ultimate Spider-Man - Developed by Vicarious Visions, Published by Activision, 2005 Game Boy Advance