Friday, April 1, 2016

Review Round-Up - March 2016

Raise that sword even higher, Link. You've earned it with Twilight Princess's return to relevance this month.
Today's April Fools, but SuperPhillip Central is very much completely serious right now. Why? Because I have to share with you the Review Round-Up, all of the reviews from this past March right in convenient place. This is always fun to see the reviews I managed to eek out for the preceding month.

SPC had a total of eight new reviews for the month, starting with two mobile games, Swordigo (B) and Mega Man X for iOS (C). The Mega Man fun didn't end there, as I took on all of Dr. Wily's mad robotic creations in the Mega Man: Legacy Collection for the Nintendo 3DS, equipping itself with a B+. Then came SuperPhillip Central's Game of the Month, a revisit to the twilight realm with The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD, which opened up a treasure chest that contained an A score. Next up, I took everyone to an early trip to the Rio Olympic Games with Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for the Nintendo 3DS, getting a place on the podium with a B-. Dragon Land (B) and a retro review for Star Fox Command (C+) came after, and finally I wrapped up the month with my review of Pokken Tournament, fighting its way to a B+.

This upcoming month I will have reviews for all the new games releasing this month: Ratchet & Clank: Junk in Your Trunk, Uncharted 4: Uncanny Valley, and even some Quantum Physics Breakdown for the Xbox One for you guys. Okay, okay. I might have entered April Fools mode with this part of the Review Round-Up. Still, there's going to be some nice games reviewed for April 2016. Honest.

Swordigo (iOS, Android) - B
Mega Man X (iOS) - C
Mega Man: Legacy Collection (3DS) - B+
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Wii U) - A
Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games (3DS) - B-
Dragon Land (iOS, Android) - B
Star Fox Command (DS) - C+
Pokken Tournament (Wii U) - B+

The Pokken Tournament has begun. Don't get stuck watching from the bleachers.

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