Archive for Julian Kay

Mario and Luigi: Partners in Time Review

Today is a sad day folks. It is my last ever Julian Kay Review (at least until Jules lends me more games ;)). Today’s review is Mario And Luigi: Partners in Time, from the same series as the great Superstar Saga.

Mario and Luigi Partners in Time Cover

Console: DS
Compared to Superstar Saga? On par, really good game
As a DS Game? Decent use of the dual screen, not much stylus use

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Sonic Advance 2 Review

I realised that I’d reviewed Sonic Advance and Sonic Advance 3 but for some reason skipped Sonic Advance 2. Thanks Julian Kay for lending me all three.

Sonic Advance 2 Cover Art

Console: GBA
Best Game in series? I think the first Sonic Advance was the best, but this one was still good.
Best Character to play as? Ye Olde Sonic

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Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 Review

Like I said, I’ve been playing a lot of Mario since Mr. Julian Kay lent me a bunch of his games. Next is a classic and a gruelling game: Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2.

Super Mario World Super Mario Advance 2 Cover Art

Console: GBA
Super Mario World? As in for the SNES Yep, the port
..Advance 2? If you recall, Super Mario Advance is the remake of Mario 2 and Super Mario Advance 3 is a remake of Yoshi’s Island. So therefore…

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Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga Review

Hi all, I’d like to thank Superstar Julian Kay for lending me loads of really good GBA games. This was one my my favourites: Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga

Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga Cover Art

Console: GBA
Genre: RPG mixed with puzzle game
Best character to play as Both Brothers are pretty similar

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Super Mario 64 DS Review

Hi guys, brace yourselves you’re in for a run of Super Mario reviews at the minute. This one of the remake of Nintendo 64 Classic: Super Mario 64 DS. Thanks to Julian Kay for allowing me to play this.

Super Mario 64 DS Cover

Console: DS
Why does this game exist? Not entirely sure.
Original or Remake? Original

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Yoshi’s Universal Gravitation Review

Hi gang, we’re approaching the end of my Julian Kay reviews (unless he wants to give me more games :D). But we have a few more to go first. This one is Yoshi’s Universal Gravitation – a pretty unique GBA game.

Yoshis Universal Gravitation Cover Art

Console: GBA
What does that even mean: It means when you tilt the console, gravity changes. How cool is that!
Easy/Hard? Takes a bit of getting used to.

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Sonic Pinball Party Review

Sonic Pinball Party is another pinball game lent to me by Sonic Enthusiast Julian Kay. Please enjoy this review!

Sonic Pinball Party Cover Art

Console: GBA
Compared to Pokémon Pinball: I preferred Pokémon more because it had a wider variety of challenges.
Favourite Stage: I really liked the NiGHTS stage.

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Mario Kart: Super Circuit Review

Hi all – the last time I played a Mario Kart game it was for the N64. I was really good at it. So I gave Mario Kart: Super Circuit a try courtesy of Jules. Here are my thoguhts.

Mario Kart Super Circuit

Console: GBA
Best Racer: Wario – always Wario
Compared to Mario Kart 64? Very similar

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The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap Review

Hi guys, seems like it’s been a little while since I’ve done a review of a game that my friend Julian Kay gave me. Today it’s The Legend of Zelda:Minish Cap.

Legend of Zelda Minish Cap Cover Art

Console: GBA
Compared to other Zelda’s: My favourite (that I’ve played) that uses the “2D top down” perspective.
Difficult? Compared to the DS games, yes, compared to the GameBoy games – no.

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Yoshi’s Island DS Review

A little while ago I played Yoshi’s Island for the GBA thanks to my friend Jules. Once again I’ve been given the chance to review a Yoshi game: Yoshi’s Island DS.

Yoshi ISland DS Cover Art

Console: DS
Compared to Yoshi’s Island for GBA? Much more variety, more fun
Compared to Yoshi Touch and Go for DS? Wayyyy better. That game is just not very good at all.

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