Dec 30, 2011

Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversay Edition Review.

Merry Christmas everyone. Oh shut up I know it's late, but I've been busy playing games to review for you, so get ready folks, I got a 3DS for christmas. Unfortunately as I have not yet completed most of my games, though, I'll have to stick to this one.
Legend of Zelda: Four Swords originally was a 2003 GBA release and from what I've heard, it was pretty good. However, as Nintendo's 25th Anniversary loomed and as all of their developerd rushed to install all of the classic Zelda titles such as Link's Awakening DX (hey, it's old so it MUST be a classic, right?) on DSiware and Nintendo eShop, those smart bastards at Nintendo realized one thing: Four Swords' graphics would suck as is and also the player would be lost trying to find out just WHAT THE HELL was going on. And so Four Swords was outfitted to accomadate the 3DS's standards, which although pretty damn low for now is still higher than GBA standards, and we got the words Anniversary Edition slapped on the front.

Dec 22, 2011

The Ratings Sytem

So, it's been months and months and I have just realized: I never went over the ratings system with you! Now, originally I thought my A-F way of doing things was pretty straightforward, but I can see why some of you might've been confused by it. So, here it is:

A- Awesome. If you don't see, read, or play this game, you're missing a part of life

B- Pretty Good, but if you don't see, play or read this you're not missing much.

Zhu Zhu Pets The Game!

God, guys, I was hoping I would never have to review this. This is Zhu Zhu Pets the video game (for Wii)
So, I would like to say first off all, that this is not my game, I didn't buy it, I'm just borrowing it for now. Now, you guys might be wondering "Is this the next Barbie?" "Does it suck for a children's game?" "Does it deserve an F?" Let's find out.

Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town (Just not yours)

Hey guys, do you remember that classic Christmas movie, "Santa Claus Is Comin' to town"? No? Well you are deprived. Let's dive into Santa Claus is coming to town.
The movie opens with this deformed man telling us about how Santa Claus came to be.

Dec 14, 2011

Tri-Force of awesomeness

As many of you may know I often do crossovers on Cinema Won, but yesterday ZillaWrath has joined us when creating his own blog, MovieSplosion! Together we shall become a Tri-force of Blogging Awesomeness!

Member Blogs:
The Undefined Gamer
Cinema Won

The Chapmaniac

There shall ensue EPICNESS!!!

Dec 13, 2011

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Holiday Special You Don't remember

So sorry my adoring fans that I haven't posted recently, but all I can say is this: I'm a lazy asshole who has been avoiding many, many reviews lately including, you guessed it, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, or as I like to call him, Rudolph the randomly singing, CGI meltdown. So yup, you guessed it, the creators behind this movie obviously had one too many holiday whiskeys.
 God just looking at it I'm disappointing. For one thing, Rudolph looks like some plastic Christmas ornament, and god! Look right there! A talking kite? A talking pink hippo?