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Video games Inbox: What is the Worst 3D Tremendous Mario Recreation?

Video games Inbox: What is the Worst 3D Tremendous Mario Recreation?
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Video games Inbox: What is the Worst 3D Tremendous Mario Recreation?

Super Mario Sunshine

Tremendous Mario Sunshine – Everybody Missed His Social gathering (Picture: Nintendo)

Wednesday’s Letters web page needs to see extra comic-accurate Wolverine from Insomniac, as one other reader is upset about Halo Infinite.

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Missed birthday
It’s no surprise that most people missed it, but Super Mario Sunshine turned 20 on Tuesday. Besides making me feel old, what is the legacy of sport? On the face of it, the other game has very little, as most people consider it a bad sequel to Super Mario 64 – and I agree with them.

One of the things that most people like is the zero levels, where you don’t have the stupid jetpack, and I think they’ve had a lot of influence on what happened in Super Mario Galaxy and Odyssey in particular. The harder levels in Odyssey really reminded me of Sunshine, and that meant at least something good came out.

Overall though? I’d say it was the worst 3D Mario game ever. In fact, it’s the only bad one, which is a good track record but still embarrassing.
grouk

The real Wolverine
I’ve seen a lot of fans debating who should be the voice of Wolverine in the new Insomniac game but I’m most interested in whether it will be based on the comics or the movies. As cool as Hugh Jackman is in the role, he’s basically nothing like the real Wolverine, who is 5’3” and even more beastly and angry.

The movies sometimes refer to the fact that he’s Canadian but Jackman never tried to do an accent, so whoever gets it for the game I hope he’s actually Canadian and keeps the accent.

The chances of getting a good actor for the role in the movies, what with the height and all, are pretty slim (although I think Bob Hoskins was suggested at one point) but that’s not a problem in the game and I hope they take advantage of it. There’s a lot that can be done in a superhero game (like having capes that follow cool rules, not physics) and they’re still only scratching the surface.
Crampton

Accidental inspiration
Thanks for a really cool interview with Matthew Davies about one of the best games of all time. It was particularly interesting to read about him accidentally stumbling upon one of Into the Breach’s core gameplay principles in the form of redirecting enemy attacks. And I have to think it takes courage and integrity to point out aspects of any game developer you don’t like, let alone one you love.

I’m sad I haven’t been able to play FTL because of the platform it’s limited to and I’m glad you brought it up so early. Maybe one day I’ll chance on a cheap tablet or laptop.

Right now I’m looking forward to trying the free update of Into The Breach on Switch. It’s one of the most suitable games I can think of for portable play and one of the best games on the system, first party or otherwise.
Panda

GC: thank you

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hot work
How about the opposite in response to a feature about a game that makes you feel cold? Use warm weather to enhance any game with hot areas. Happened to me last night while playing Sniper Elite 3 in Africa. Somewhere in a more sandy region, I skipped the cutscene so I don’t know the names of the locations but I imagine it was pretty warm.

It makes it easy to imagine the sun beating down on you, your hands sweating and flies buzzing around your ears. Some big ones around this year.

On a tangent, to make this sniper game more realistic, just imagine that the elements are in the elements. Too hot, sweat and heat become factors and you need to stay hydrated or your vision becomes blurry. Little things like this will boost a small game like this one at a higher resolution.
BobWallet

Console Controller
I’m about to own my first gaming PC and after looking at the games I want to play it looks like I’ll be buying a controller for some of them instead of sticking with a mouse and keyboard. With all your experience at GC Towers, I was hoping for a good recommendation from you?

I’m mostly interested in single-player games, with the odd multiplayer here and there. The Xbox Elite controller is very expensive, but at the budget end I know the risk of buying any cheap third party peripheral. Although I have seen officially licensed products from a company called PowerA.

I think I’d better get an Xbox or PlayStation 5 controller. PlayStation 5 adaptive triggers look (and apparently feel) amazing, but I know that many games don’t support the feature. Both are very well reviewed, but which (or the other) would GC and fellow readers recommend?

Thanks for any help and keep up the great work as always! Happy gaming everyone.
SJC

GC: Using a first party console controller is absolutely the way to go. Overall, we prefer DualSense, although its features are rarely taken full advantage of on PC. Don’t have a spare from a current or previous console that you can use?

Pv343
RE: fungus. I’m also in disbelief at how long Halo Infinite co-op is taking. Maybe it’s my ignorance of what they’re trying to achieve but from memory, co-op is similar to single-player, but with two people. They might have some trouble scaling (ie more enemies) but surely adding more isn’t that hard?

I really enjoy Infinite and think the PvP is great fun, but I don’t think the co-op campaign will get me back into the campaign after all this time, unless something fundamentally new is added to it.

what i a lot Instead the PvP tier system has been reintroduced so that you get higher ranks to play more. We had this back in Halo 3 and now we have the battle pass, which is fine but once you hit rank 100 (which doesn’t take long) it doesn’t feel particularly rewarding to keep playing until the next season, unlike other new modes.

Also, they need to be less stingy with cosmetic rewards in Battle Pass. Most of the garbage tiers are unlocked while most of the cool stuff is in store. I appreciate the way this industry works but if you’re going to get a war pass you have to be forced to play the content.
Tom

GC: It’s four-player co-op online and two-player local, but overall it’s as feature-rich as ever. It’s amazing how long it takes.

A new challenger
I had forgotten about the whole EA vs. FIFA battle until now, but I’m crazy to think that FIFA 23 will be the last one. I’m sure there will be a FIFA 24 that isn’t by EA but I don’t believe it at all, because FIFA has no experience making games and has to make them in a hurry.

Maybe eFootball finds itself the worst football game on the market anymore? That would be quite a turnaround.
Christo

Feels authentic
Top of the morning, fellow GCers. I hope you’ve been enjoying/putting up with the weather and gaming in the evenings when the core heat has died down a bit.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shader’s Revenge is everything I hoped it would be and more. The game plays smoother than a spilled oil drum on black ice, the 2D pixel art inspired by the 16-bit era is brilliantly drawn and animated, the arcade mode is a great way to test your mettle, and the combat design has a surprising amount of nuance and variety for the scrolling beat ’em-up. and is usually executed with aplomb.

Playing and witnessing April’s bust heads with such righteous journalistic vigor made me laugh too. The move-set references to 90s fighting heroes and friends like Street Fighter and King of Fighters were also a nice touch.

I would be remiss not to mention the soundtrack, which is just… mmwwhaa. The music in this game is so upbeat, so catchy, so nostalgic and beautifully put together. I can’t believe the developer managed to make a track with anyone other than the lyrically awesome Wu-Tang Clan (or just two members), and I love how beautiful and 90s it looks.

Seriously, I’d be a little disappointed if this wasn’t at least nominated for Soundtrack of the Year, along with other great soundtracks from Elden Ring and the Cuphead DLC.

Overall, I had such a blast with Shredder’s Revenge, and the game is one of the highlights of what has been a pretty good year for me so far. If I had to mention any quibble it would be that the game was a bit too easy on the default difficulty on story mode and essentially had too many foot soldier palette swaps (art assets only, their moves were at least consistently varied and engaging).

Other than that, Tribute Games knocked it out of the park. I give the game a 27 out of 30 pineapple and pepperoni pizza slices. I’ll just leave this gorgeous 80s song for your ears to fall in love with!
The galvanized gamer

Inbox also ran
RE: Tony—1975 (PSN ID) and a hot PlayStation 5. I don’t have a PlayStation 5 but my PlayStation 4 recently overheated and won’t come back. I left it overnight and tried it the next morning before the temperature got too hot and now it’s fine.
Last YearsModel

It’s not exactly the same thing but I love how we get a new FPS from John Romero after readers ask for news on Doom 3. Inbox magic isn’t always accurate but it’s powerful!
Frankie

This week’s topic of discussion
This weekend’s Inbox topic was suggested by reader Tolly, who asks what is the longest game session you’ve ever had.

Simply put, what’s the longest game you’ve ever played without any significant breaks? Did you intentionally prepare to play for so long, and if so, what preparations did you make?

Have you ever sat down to play and wondered how long you were there when you finished? Do you consider this a good thing and how much time is your priority for a gaming session in general?

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