Things I LIke: King of Fighters Stadium (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)

King of Fighters Stadium serves as the home stage to Terry Bogard from SNK. I somewhat remember it from the games, though I was never big into the King of Fighters games. There’s plenty of characters from King of Fighters that make cameos in the background. But since Sakurai thinks “only good boys and girls”Continue reading “Things I LIke: King of Fighters Stadium (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)”

Things I Like: Spiral Mountain Stage (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)

Spiral Mountain serves as Banjo & Kazooie’s home stage. I never got into the N64 classics, but apparently all the games start you there. Think of it like Green Hill Zone in the Sonic series, but for Banjo and his bird friend. The stage isn’t too wacky. But from what I could look up, it’sContinue reading “Things I Like: Spiral Mountain Stage (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)”

Things I Like: Mii Gunner (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)

While I don’t think any of the Mii Fighters are top tier characters, I would say Mii Gunner is certainly the best one of the bunch. Mainly because the Mii Gunner has the best moves of many standard fighters. You have a very similar laser orb like Samus Aran shoots. And a fountain of flamesContinue reading “Things I Like: Mii Gunner (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)”

Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983 Mini-Film) Review

Now that I have Disney+, I decided to catch up on some of their Christmas films I’ve missed. This one isn’t a major movie, but a small (under thirty minutes) film which I assume was aired on TV back in the early 1980’s, about half a decade before I was even born. I’ve seen theContinue reading “Mickey’s Christmas Carol (1983 Mini-Film) Review”

Noelle (2019 Film) Review

With the launch of Disney+, they don’t just draw from a massive well of former Disney movies/show plus all Star Wars and Marvel films, but like their rival Netflix, they’re committed to Original Content. Noelle has some pretty familiar faces (like its star Anna Kendrick) and silver-screen production values, so this does seem like it’sContinue reading “Noelle (2019 Film) Review”