Mermaid Man: “Power’s all in the costume! Why else do you think we run around in colored undies?”
Squidward: “I can think of three good reasons.”
–SpongeBob SquarePants, Season 3, Episode 52b “Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V”
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Developer: Traveller’s Tales
Released (North America): June 19, 2012
Released (Europe): June 22, 2012
Released (Australia): June 27, 2012
Originally Played From: June 17, 2015 – July 1, 2015
This LEGO game made some additions and expansions to the formula, namely fully voiced-acted cutscenes (fan favorite Troy Baker voices the Dark Knight) and the largest environment in any LEGO game yet with Gotham City. To beat the game, players will have to utilize Batman and Robin’s special suits.Continue reading Adaptation April: LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes
Originally Played From: June 29, 2015—August 10, 2015
What an adventure! This is probably the first time that I’ve had that feeling from a shooter since I played G-Darius.
Where to begin? This gem from 1988 simulates 3D graphics with an amazing sense of depth. Things are flying at or away from you constantly. It’s a rail shooter, but you can control the speed of your ship, the Quasar.
This game was on my Nintendo eShop wishlist, which I’d forgotten until I noticed that they were having a sale on 3D Sega classics.