Friday, March 1, 2019

Review Round-Up - February 2019

"Boy, we both starred in SuperPhillip Central's Game of the Month AND Game of 2018."
That you did, Kratos, with God of War's excellent rebirth on the PlayStation 4.
While my birthday month of February might always be the shortest month of the year, this February was hardly short on reviews with nine--count 'em--nine different reviews posted. Let's review SPC's list of reviews for February with the Review Round-Up!

We started off big with three games that made it on SuperPhillip Central's Best Games of 2018 list: Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! & Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! (A-), the SPC's Game of the Year with the incredible God of War (A), and the remastered, remade goodness that was the Spyro Reignited Trilogy (A-).

Following that was a series of Nintendo Switch-reviewed indie games, starting with Instant Tennis, which took the court for some accessible but not necessarily deep tennis fun. It got a C- grade. Then, The Legend of Zelda-inspired Reverie: Sweet As Edition brought forth a unique New Zealand-like island to explore, getting a B- for its efforts. Following that was the puzzle and platforming combination that was Elli, earning a C+, and then the game that I can't seem to stop reviewing: Trine 2, this time around with Trine 2: Complete Story on the Switch (B).

We wrapped up the month together with two reviews: Starlink: Battle for Atlas' Switch version, soaring through the Atlas system with flying colors and a B grade; and a multiplatform review with NBA 2K Playgrounds 2, taking it to the court and slamming it down the basket's throat for a B+ grade.

Check out every review ever posted on SuperPhillip Central with the SPC Review Archive!

Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! & Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee! (NSW) - A-
God of War (PS4) - A
Spyro Reignited Trilogy (PS4, XB1) - A-
Instant Tennis (NSW) - C-
Reverie: Sweet As Edition (NSW) - B-
Elli (NSW) - C+
Trine 2: Complete Story (NSW) - B
Starlink: Battle for Atlas (NSW) -  B
NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 (NSW, PS4, XB1, PC) - B+

The Pokemon: Let's Go games were a nostalgic trip through Kanto that
rekindled my love of the Pokemon franchise.

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