Some video games have the ability to create wonderful memories, even if they aren’t exactly perceived as great.
These are the underrated games–titles that have some quality, some merit, but are perceived by many as terrible or bad. For whatever reason, these titles end up being hated by the fanbase, or just hated in general, when I believe they deserve far better treatment than that.
Today, we’re going to talk about five of these kinds of games. This list will be based purely on my opinion, so if we disagree, well. I’d love to hear what your thoughts at the end of it!
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Final boss battles are often what push video games into greatness.
I’m a firm believer in the idea that the ending of a story is imperative to its quality. If the video game in question is beautifully executed up until the end, then you just get that sour taste in your mouth, that it could have been so much better. Luckily, many great video games are able to deliver, and some decent ones are remembered much more fondly thanks to their final bosses.
From my experience, final bosses don’t have to change the gameplay very much, but rather, they serve as the climax of the story. They are the ultimate test of your fundamentals, a simple showdown that serves to wrap up the story in a satisfying, powerful way.
They’re the final glimpse you have of a game, the last takeaway- and boy, some of them are pretty damn good.
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What’s up guys, hope your day’s been going well. It’s Ayron here, bringing you the latest in the animanga and gaming worlds! The past week has seen some rather interesting developments, regarding some pretty big anime movies, and of course, has seen the advent of perhaps the most hyped-up video game console of all time. Without further ado, let’s get to it!
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Anyone else hype to play the Switch?
Anyways, in honor of the release of the Switch, and of course, The Legend of Zelda, Breath of The Wild, I wanted to take a look at one of the best one-time villains of the series, Zant.
Zant, The King of Shadows, the Usurper King, was featured in the game, Twilight Princess, as seemingly the main villain. Cold, intimidating, and powerful, Zant was extremely effective at being a dreaded presence for the player to confront, he was an antagonist that had tangible presence throughout the game. However, come his actual boss battle, the facade drops, and he seems to go wild- throwing child-like tantrums, screeching maniacally, hopping around the battlefield, Zant displays his true nature as a psychotic lunatic.
That all being said, this behavior made me curious- what kind of person is Zant, really? What caused him to be this way? And of course, honestly, just what the heck is wrong with him? Well, that’s what I’ll be exploring today-just what is the psychology of The Usurper King?
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Yo. Who’s ready for Breath of The Wild?
With a new Zelda game so close, I thought it’d be cool to look back, and see how The Legend of Zelda has grown from its modest beginnings!
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Heyo, Ayron back with the fourth RB Weekly News, and this time around, we got some Youtube controversy, the announcement of an anime that many will be happy to hear of, and a surprising move on the part of Nintendo, that has fans divided!
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