Kaosukage

My name is Andrew Robinson, though I prefer to go by Annie. I am a retro game writer, and my blog can be found here: https://myriadpostings.wordpress.com/
Editorials

Dead Man’s Volley- The Legend of Zelda

Like many long running video game series, Legend of Zelda has staples that gamers would come to expect, like the general nature of the game, running around, investigating dungeons, collecting items, and so on. Today, I will be looking at one of these staples, which pertains to boss battles, and usually the final boss: The Dead Man’s Volley. Simply put,…

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Final Bosses- Spider-Man N64

Today I am looking at the final bosses of the Nintendo 64 Spider-Man game. While it isn’t related to a movie and thus one I had forgotten, I took another look at it recently and the finale of it certainly stands out. So does the plot in general, since it isn’t based on a movie, but I’ll try to move…

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Dongorongo- The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

Today I’m looking at a boss from The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Dongorongo. The game is a direct sequel to Wind Waker and carries many of the same concepts, like traveling from island to island by boat. Personally, I believe it does that a little better than the original, because while the ocean of this game is smaller, that…

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Doppelganger- Castlevania: Symphony of The Night

Doppelgangers are a common enemy in video games. It only makes sense- it is always fascinating and difficult to face what is essentially yourself. However, the Castlevania series to me has always been what first comes to mind when considering this sort of foe. In particular, today I’m looking at the Doppelganger from Symphony of the Night. To understand this…

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Castlevania vs. Super Castlevania IV

Generally, when a game is remade in some way, it is an attempt to not only update the game and bring it to more modern standards, but also to improve on it by adding what has been learned since its making. For instance, Metroid: Zero Mission is a remake of the original Metroid and I would wholeheartedly say it is…

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