As I sit hear wondering how to wrap up this review, a definite thought crosses my mind. If you want to have a lovely gaming experience where you get fluffy kitties for free, plug Animal Crossing back into your 3DS; however, If you want to yell, spit, grow chest hair and really EARN your fluffy kitties, buy Scram Kitty and His Rail Buddies, as the game is surprisingly addictive as it is rage inducing and fun all at the same time.
In short, Majora’s Mask 3D is a wonderful and faithful remake of the N64 classic. While it takes a misstep or two, even if those missteps were made in the name of making the gameplay a little more user friendly, you definitely shouldn’t skip this title because of them. I highly recommend this remake for anyone who may have missed the original, or who were simply too young to have played it. And for those who were around to play the original, I encourage you to revisit this gem in its newfound 3D glory and stick it to Skull Kid in his big dumb moons face. “Yeah that’s right moon, I’m talking to you. You don’t scare me…much”
If you really sit down and take a good long look at the big picture, Super Mario Maker could go down as the greatest Mario game ever made. It bridges Mario across thirty years of platforming, and puts the power in the player's hands to play Mario how they want. I myself cannot wait to see what the rest of the world has waiting for me to play, and I in turn can't wait to share my creations with the rest of you.
My experience with Pushmo World was one of pleasant surprise. I've seen previous Pushmo games from afar, but never bothered to give them the time of day. If I had to find something to complain about, it would be that it felt too short. I blew through all of the premade puzzles in little time, but this did give me more time to work on my own creations, as well as play the Pushmos of others.