Things I Like: Mishima Dojo Stage (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)

This stage is from the Tekken series, as Kazuya needed a stage. His dad Heihachi is the background. This is their family dojo. They’re also both evil, lol. I like that the walls can broken. And the ceiling can be smashed. So careful not to fall off. Far from my favorite stage, but it’s aContinue reading “Things I Like: Mishima Dojo Stage (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)”

Things I Like: Boss Galaga (Super Smash Bros.)

The Boss Galaga is an item, originally appearing in Smash 4. It’s based on the enemies of the same name from the Galaga series. Anyone who played the classic arcade game, should remember this one, I think. I love how its 2D look fits so oddly with the 3D graphics. But anyway, it’s a throwingContinue reading “Things I Like: Boss Galaga (Super Smash Bros.)”

Things I Like: Kazuya Mishima (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)

Since I wasn’t a big PlayStation gamer ever, I wasn’t that excited about this guy from Tekken joining Super Smash Bros. But I was pleasantly surprised by how good he is. His moves are rather true to the game he’s from. His barrage of punches and kicks are hard to counter. His punches are painful.Continue reading “Things I Like: Kazuya Mishima (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate)”

Original Ms. Pac-Man Machine (Carolina Arcade Museum)

Right after Pac-Man, I jumped over to Ms. Pacman at the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, North Carolina. This one actually does improve on the original, which is the reason why you see it more often at bowling alleys and pizza places versus the original. It actually wasn’t really a Namco idea. But someContinue reading “Original Ms. Pac-Man Machine (Carolina Arcade Museum)”

Original Pac-Man Machine (Carolina Arcade Museum)

Pac-Man is arguably the most popular video game of all time. It was inspired by a pizza pie missing one slice and became a worldwide hit. Namco partnered with Midway for the American release. I didn’t spend much time with it at the Carolina Arcade Museum in Forest City, North Carolina. Because let’s be honest,Continue reading “Original Pac-Man Machine (Carolina Arcade Museum)”