I know it is strange to devote a full review to an upgraded version of a Kirby sub-game found within another Kirby game, but Team Kirby Clash Deluxe acts as a standalone entity so technically that entitles it to the full review treatment.
Author: Adam BacaI live in Southern California and I am a full-time college student who enjoys playing video games both new and old. However, I am a very selective gamer and I tend to play games from my favorite genres most of the time, but I am still open to anything that I may be interested in. What games I can review or provide editorials for is mostly dependent on whether I can afford a certain game and if I have an opinion about the game that I wish to express. Anyway, I intend to contribute general gaming news and reviews to Cynosure Gaming as much as I can in order to inform, entertain, and unify gamers of all kinds.
Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue (this title sure is a mouthful), is the latest installment in a series of Kingdom Hearts remasters and it is the first to be released on the PlayStation 4. I think it is safe to conclude that Square Enix has been releasing these remasters to keep the Kingdom Hearts series alive and build tons of hype for Kingdom Hearts III.
After I had finished my playthrough and review of Fire Emblem Fates, my interest in Fire Emblem: Awakening, began to peak. I avoided playing the game for a good chunk of time because I was still in school and I was much too busy to put the time into a game as long as Fire Emblem.
Back in July, I posted a review of Star Fox: Zero and in that review I made it clear that I was never really a huge fan of the Star Fox series, especially since at its core the series mostly involved being confined inside a ship.