The Evolution Revolution

Archive for the month “February, 2011”

RE: Why the Art of Video Games Exhibit is Flawed

This is a response to the article at

Actually the major flaw in your argument is that games like Sonic 1 and SMB will not appear. Actually, The absolute Codifiers such as these will be there automatically, in playable form and everything, according to the Smithsonian Page.

“Five games will be available for visitors to play for a few minutes, to gain some feel for the interactivity—Pac-Man, Super Mario Brothers, The Secret of Monkey Island, Myst, and World of Warcraft. In addition, the galleries will include video interviews with developers and artists, large prints of in-game screen shots, and historic game consoles. ”

So that’s basically 5 confirmed games right there, and there will probably be more, including Street Fighter 2 and Wii Sports, as they are both revolutionary.

Plus, /b/ wouldn’t try to spam this up. I know that there are many trolls but creating an entire email account and then going and voting takes too long for it to be worthwhile, and there aren’t many bad games to begin with. Here are the titles that I felt were most questionable back during voting:

-The Strategy Section on NES: Neither Fanicom Wars nor Fire Emblem are there. But the problem with that is that they were never localized into English.

-Black Ops: See the reason that this is here is to showcase the development of the art of the Modern Shooter from Doom to now. Not for any actual artistic value, IMO.

-Tony Hawk’s Underground 2: My main concern. A bad game nominated over Ratchet & Clank or even Killzone?! But actually it is artisitc, moreso than many games; its massive amounts of pop culture insertion could showcase the entirety of the 2000s!

-ET for 2600: Your article states (tastelessly, I might add), that E.T. and Pac-Man for 2600 are some of the worst games of all time and that the Exhibit Curators are idiots for including them. Well, the point of their inclusion was BECAUSE of their low quality. They are two of the most historically relevant games of all time, since they caused the Video Game Crash of 1983, and because of that they would be perfect for this exhibit that shows the evolution of gaming.

So the games are NOT supposed to be a “Best Games Ever” list, but a list of games for artisitc merit. Batallion Wars 1 AND 2 being on there is questionable for me when it seems that there are normally no sequels on the ballot, but the Modern Category is, in my opinion, nearly perfect.

Handheld and Arcade games do not appear because this exhibit is showcasing the evolution of CONSOLE gaming, and that is why PC games do not even appear until the 4th Era (PC gaming was COMPLETELY seperate from Console gaming up until the very late 90s). Both of them have taken alternate paths in development in the past 15 years, and would need their own exhibits. For example, by including handheld games like Game Boy and Game Gear, it would need cell phone games like Snake, and then for nowadays it would need the millions of Iphone and Android games out there.

As for the 4-genre limit: There can only be 80 games, so they condensed it into 4 per console. There’s no way that an exhibit featuring 150 games or something could ever fit, even in the Smithsonian, as one could see if they ever go to one of the museums.

There are pretty valid concerns as to the validity of this, but don’t worry; it’s going to be a perfectly amazing exhibit!

The Art of Video Games Exhibit

From March to September 2012, there will be an exhibit on video games at the Smithsonian! They are letting people vote for the 80 games that they will showcase, too! So go to and vote for Pikmin 2, both Paper Mario games, and Earthbound!~~~

Star Wars Book Count #2

Yes, this is directly related to the VG Census. Luckily, it’s a lot easier =P

btw, BBY means Before Battle of Yavin, which was the Death Star Battle in Star Wars Episode IV. ABY is, obviously, after.

Sith Era (5000 BBY-2000 BBY)

Tales of the Jedi Omnibus Volume 1 (5000 BBY-3990 BBY)
KOTOR Volume 1 (3962 BBY)
KOTOR Volume 2 (3962 BBY)

Republic Era (1020 BBY-Episode II)

Cloak of Deception (32 BBY)
Darth Maul: Shadow Hunter (32 BBY)
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace (x2) (32 BBY)
Rogue Planet (31 BBY)
Star Wars Republic: Honor & Duty (Part 1) (22 BBY)
Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones (22 BBY)

Clone Wars Era (22 BBY- 19 BBY)

22 BBY—–
Boba Fett #1- Fight To Survive
Boba Fett #2: Crossfire
Clone Wars Volume 1- Defense of Kamino

Unknown BBY, due to the CGI series The Clone Wars creating timeline issues
Clone Wars Volume 2- Victories and Sacrifices
Clone Wars Volume 3- Last Stand on Jabiim
Clone Wars Volume 4- Shadows & Light
Clone Wars Volume 5- The Best Blades
Clone Wars Volume 6- On the Fields of Battle
Star Wars: General Grievous
——–Star Wars: The Clone Wars takes place here———-

19 BBY———–
Clone Wars Volume 7- When They Were Brothers
Clone Wars Volume 8- Last Siege, Final Truth
Star Wars Episode III Revenge of the Sith
Clone Wars Volume 9- Endgame
Dark Times Volume 1- The Path To Nowhere

Empire Era (19 BBY-Return of the Jedi at 4 ABY)

Empire Volume 1- Betrayal
Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope (0 BBY/ABY)
Empire Volume 5: Allies and Adversaries (0 ABY)
Classic Star Wars Volume 4: The Early Adventures (1 ABY)
The Rogue Moon (1 ABY)
Splinter of the Mind’s Eye (2 ABY)
Shadows of the Empire (3 ABY)

New Republic Era (4 ABY-35 ABY)
Truce at Bakura (4 ABY)
Rogue Squadron Omnibus Volume 1 (4 ABY)
Rogue Squadron Omnibus Volume 2 (4 ABY)
Star Wars Book 1 (5 ABY)
Star Wars Book 2 (5 ABY)
* These two are collections for the children’s book series, usually called Glove of Darth Vader.
The Courtship of Princess Leia (8 ABY)
Heir to the Empire (9 ABY)
Dark Force Rising (9 ABY)
the Last Command (9 ABY)
Dark Empire (10 ABY)
Dark Empire II (10 ABY)
Empire’s End (11 ABY)
Crimson Empire (11 ABY)
Crimson Empire II (11 ABY)
Jedi Search (11 ABY)
The Dark Apprentice (11 ABY)
Champions of the Force (11 ABY)
Children of the Jedi (12 ABY)
Darksaber (12 ABY)
Planet of Twilight (12 ABY)
Jedi Academy: Leviathan (12 ABY)
The Crystal Star (14 ABY)
The New Rebellion (16 ABY)
Specter of the Past (19 ABY)
Vision of the Future (19 ABY)
New Jedi Order (25-30 ABY)——–
Vector Prime
Dark Tide Duology
Balance Point
Star By Star
Dark Journey
Destiny’s Way
The Unifying Force

Legacy Era (40 ABY-140 ABY?)

Legacy of the Force (40-42 ABY)—–

Fate of the Jedi (45 ABY-? ABY)—–
Legacy Volume 1- Broken (130/137 ABY)

Multiple Eras:

Star Wars: Bounty Hunters
Star Wars Tales Volume 1
Star Wars Tales Volume 3
Star Wars Tales Volume 6

Refrence Books

Star Wars: The Essential Atlas (BEST BOOK EVER)
Star Wars Episode I Visual Dictionary
Star Wars Episode II Incredible Cross-Sections

There, that’s the list…. for today. I’ll probably have 5 or 10 more by the end of June at this rate!

New Super Mario Bros. 3D Idea

Based off of the recent announcement of just such a game, for the 3DS. Credit to Koopalmier for the item-combo idea.

The third New SMB game is a combination of nearly every amazing part of each Mario platformer, compounded into a wholly-new product. It learns from the mistakes of the previous New SMB games by removing the bubbles system, allowing for new hidden paths and areas in every level, sometimes needing cooperation between teammates that are across the map from you. Also, Yoshi has been removed from the game, as he has been captured, but don’t think that he’s gone for good.

The story of this Mario game is somewhat less generic than most: Bowser has kidnapped Peach (well he doesn’t in my Mario 256 idea so I had to do it in this :P), and formed a pact with nearly every evil single king in the Mushroom Kingdom. But as the game progresses, it is discovered that Bowser is not in control; he has been trapped and the Bowser that you face in World 5 is a corrupted AI that goes berserk, becoming a genius verison of the Koopa he replaced. Along with now controlling the whole Mushroom Kingdom, it now sets its sights on Rainbow Road, determined to steal the Star Rod! Of course Kamek is pretty much the mastermind behind all this, but is the AI controlling HIM?

The Worlds are as they go (the SMB1 enemies are in all worlds btw):

World 1: Grassland: The generic World 1. Not much to say.
Enemies: Thunder Lakitu, Goombob, Rexes, Grass Pokey (for realz!!!)
Miniboss- Lemmy Koopa
Boss- Petey Pirhana

World 2: Ruins: Not so much a desert, but more like the ruins of like an ancient Japanese city, or maybe a Greek one. TONS of hidden secrets compared to the rest of the worlds.
Enemies: Chomp, Boo, Rock-Tosser, Attacky-Sack, Rusty Bob-Ombs, Whomps, Ancient Thwomps
Miniboss- Morton Koopa
Boss- Rock Ghost Monster Dude

World 3: City: A huge, sprawling urban metropolis. Skyscrapers are everywhere, and there’s tons of oncoming traffic to avoid.
Enemies: Barber Koopa, Worm things, Sewer Pirhanas, Tons of Sludge Beasts, Kuribo Kars (haha get it :P)
Miniboss- Iggy Koopa (CEO)
Boss- Possessed Wiggler Bus. Seriously how awesome IS THAT?! 😛

World 4: Giant/Tiny World: A “Bonus World” basically. tons of puzzles that require mini-mega mushrooms.
Enemies: Giant Forms of many enemies
Miniboss- Kamek + Ludwig
Boss- Darkness Kamek

World 5: Darkworld: Bowser’s Realm. Lava everywhere, and it feels so much like the end of the game.
Enemies: Dark Forms of enemies, Black Jewels Crows, Weird freaky Camel guys, Evil Coins
Miniboss- The leader of the Camel guys that are new enemies to this.
Boss- Bowser? Upon defeating him his robo-appearance is revealed, and he escapes, then going and conquering the Mushroom Kingdom 100%.

World 6: Fusion World: Coolest one EVAAAR. Hybrid enemies are everywhere, and the levels are plain trippy!
Enemies: Fusion Enemies duh
Miniboss- Elemental Hammer Bro. Uses hammers, boomerangs, fire, ice, and now…. lightning!
Boss- The Hybrid Machine. It’s if Wart’s dream machine turned evil.

World 7: The Mushroom Kingdom Castle Bowser-ified: It’s one giant level like the penultimate level from SSBB’s Subspace Emissary, and you must collect all of the keys necessary to enter the throne room!
Enemies: Boos, Dr. Donezes, Magikoopas, Thwomps, generic castle enemies, Koopatrolls, Evil Toads
Minibosses- Roy Koopa, Larry Koopa, Psycho Magikoopa (From M&L I think), Vampric Wiggler (Can Wigglers get any more badacid), Inflatable Wario from SML2, Fake Bowser (paper lol), Real Fake Bowser (A pinata lol), Giant Mecha Koopa
Boss- Robo Bowser + Kamek. This is where you learn that Kamek is totally behind this. And it will come back to bite him in the

World 8: Savannah: Exactly what it says on the tin. Lions and Tigers and Zebras oh my… 😛
Enemies: Pokeys, Desert Fuzzies, Lions, Camel-things, Ukikis, Camo Koopas
Miniboss- Wendy
Boss- Wendy controlling the Ancient Pokey God guy thing person.

World 9: Dig Site: Lots of digging is everywhere, and tons of fossils. Dinosaurd galore lol.
Enemies: Rexes, Flaminf Fuzzies, Crows, Enemies from the Mountain level from New SMB Wii, Thunder Lakitu+.
Miniboss- Giant T-Rex. Fight him like the dragon from SPM.
Boss- The Koopa Kid Trio from MP5, then an even more fierce dino boss.

World 10: The Tower of Evil: A vertically scrolling world, with different floors based on different areas from other games, serving as mini-worlds.
Floor 1- Grassland again ;_;- Normal enemies. Boss: Goomboss
Floor 2- Desert World generic- Normal. Boss: Tutankoopa
Floor 3- Ice World generic- Normal. Boss: Crystal King
Floor 4- Cloud World- Normal. Boss: Boom Boom lol
Floor 5- Lava World- Normal. Boss: Bowser Jr.
Floor 6- Factory World- Bob-Ombs, Whomps, Thwomps, all artificial enemies, even the Bully dudes. Boss: King Bob-Omb
Floor 7- Subcon- SMB2 enemies Boss: Wart
Floor 8- Sarasaland- SML1 enemies Boss: Tatanga
you free all of the denizens of the MK, along with Bowser, and learn that Robo-Bowser is sieging Rainbow/Star Road!

World 11: Rainbow Road: It’s been assaulted by Robo-Bowser’s Airship fleet! This is crazzzzy!!
1st set of levels are the Star Path like PM. Embers and evil stars and the like.
ON Rainbow Road, however, you face some SMG enemies, along with all 2D Mario platformer enemies. EVER. Absolutely huge levels. you have to face all 8 Koopalings again on one level, and then once you get to the central palace and meet the Star Spirits, they grant you and your partners the power to fight Kamek, who has the Star Rod and has turned Robo-Bowser into a giant mechanical eldritch abomination basically. But before you can even fully beat him, he turns on Kamek, but is promptly blown up. Kamek goes power crazy and tries to anhiliate existence or whatever, but Geno, of all people, scarifices himself to defeat Kamek. Of course this causes Geno to become THE FINAL FREAKING BOSS. Yes, this is crazy. And amazing.

Upon beating the game there’s a 12th world based on SMRPG… maybe.

Anyway, gameplay features!

120 Power Stars- Hidden across the 10 Worlds, you must find a select number of them to open the bonus worlds, which are Giant/Tiny, Fusion, and Savannah. There’s also the 3-coins-per-level but they are for the Game Store (see below).

Combining Power-ups: These are the game’s power-ups: Mushroom, Fire/Ice Flowers, Metal Cap, Cape, Frog Suit, P-Balloon, Boo Shroom, Bee Shroom, Cloud Flower, Rock Shroom, Poison Shroom, Zombie Shroom (combos only), Reverse Shroom (combos only), Spring, Propeller.

You can combine 2 of any of these for amazing effects!

Mushroom + Boo Shroom = Giant Boo.
Fire + Ice = Water Flower (FLUDD Suit. The hover variation not spray.)
Frog + Ice = Penguin Suit!
Cape + Metal = Tanooki Suit
Curse Shroom + Fire = Darkness Shroom. Can absorb light/fire for energy to blast away enemies! Also can drain life.
Curse Shroom + Ice = Light Shroom. Opposite of course. Heals partners.

Game Store: you can spend Star Coins on suits for your characters to unlock. AKA you can play as characters like MIPS, Peach, Yoshi (Yoshi’s Island style, w/o eggs), Shell suit, and almost every major enemy! Of course after unlocking them it takes regular coins to buy individual suits for your item inventory.

That’s all I have. C+C Please~

Quick Hits 4

On here, I’ll post a small GB/GBC/GBA game (and sometimes other bargain bin games) you might see browsing through the used games one day. I’ll tell you if it’s worth the 3-20 dollars you might end up spending on it. Hey, that money adds up over time!

Tetris Attack (GB)- Nice little port of the SNES version, including much of that game. Except there are huge passwords instead of saves. Get the sequel, Pokemon Puzzle Challenge, instead.

Mario Party Advance- Nice Little Diversions, but the real fun is the board game mode. You can download the Bonus Bord on the Mario Party Advance Website, in .pdf format.
Kinda Want- Only for the real-life Bonus Board

Dynasty Warriors Advance- The hated hack-n-slash has new life breathed into it on the GBA, where it’s given tons of stats and RPG elements, weapons, and a strategy-RPG element to it, and now all portable. Multiplayer included.

The Next Mario Game (Mario 256?)

Happy Single’s Awareness Day Everyone! 😛 Here’s a pretty epic idea for the next 3D Mario game:

Ever since SMG1 came out, I’ve been wondering what the next Mario could be like. After the space-travel journey of SMG, the FLUDD-venture of SMS, the multi-world excusion of SM64/DS, the retro revivial of New SMB, and the multiplayer romp in New SMB Wii, what next? This.

In this game, Bowser has taken control of the multiverse and is now threatening to erase all of existence! He tampers to create his own universe in his image, and it causes a shockwave in the rest of the multiverse, shattering the Great ___ into tiny shards, aka Star Substitutes, across 5 different universes. the generic Gatekeeper of the Universes guy enlists the help of Mario to collect all 175 or so “shards” (stars) and restore balance to the multiverse!

So Mario will travel through different universes in 7 different lands of the ME: the central Mushroom Kingdom, the tropical and deserty coasts of Sarasaland, Yoshi’s Island, Nimbus Land, the peaks of a generic snow-land, the deep forests that Luigi’s Mansion resides in, and some generic mountains. There’s 5 alternate universe that Mario can travel through:

-The normal one
-Dune: A climate change causes the entire world to become hot and arid, mostly deserts, volcanoes, and very few large settlements of civilization. Plus, if you’re not in the shade, the sunlight can cause damage to you over time!

-Urbania: Wario took control of the stock market and he now rules over the entire world, financially. Almost the whole world is industialized into a city, a factory, or a tourist attraction, and the people are overworked, underpaid, and are just plain rude. So it’s like NYC across the whole ME!

-Power-Up: A huge shippment of items crashes in the middle of the MK one day and the items combined all create a world that makes almost every single character a huge superhero with tons of powers. an epic world, but very volitale, and very dangerous, as the enemies are powered too.

-Prosperity: Peace. The world is perfect; everyone’s nice, everything’s free, and there are no enemies. But this world has almost unobtainable stars, and thought everyone’s nice, they’re TOO helpful, and they’re not very good at helping in the first place.

So Mario can travel to each universe at will, through a circular menu like the ones in Mass Effect and Dragon Age: Origins for console. This is what the circle would be like if the normal universe was at the top-center of the pentagon-shaped menu:


The other feature is that, like that one XBLA game with the pies and the silent movie thing, Mario can preform up to 15 seconds of actions, then travel back in time and cooperate with himself to solve puzzles and easily get stars. But when travelling back, he must go to an adjacent alt. universe in the pentagon, to make for extreme puzzles! And it also means there can be up to 3 Marios at once!

The Power-ups for Mario in this game are Mini Mushroom, Mega Mushroom, a Star Rod (Can be used for distance attacks and like a grappling hook), and Metal Mario. But there are multiple characters, too! Mario, Luigi, Wario, and Waluigi are all playable! Their abilities are much like their SM64DS selves’, except Waluigi. He’s…. different.

So the game isn’t really that mission based like previous games. Each land has 10 main shards, two for each universe, and one “Grand Shard” for each Universe. But that’s only 77 stars! The other 75 or so come from exploring the universes and using your time/5th-dimensional abilities, as well as your power-ups, to get the rest! There are a ton of characters to meet, the most for any Mario game.

The 5 bosses to get the “Grand Shards”(They’re all Evil Kings that work with Bowser):
-Goomba King for Normal
-Piranha Lord Waluigi from Power-up for Dune
-King Boo, posessesing the King of the Mushroom Kingdom in Prosperity
-Wario: CEO of WarioWare for Urbania, of course
-Evil Scientist guy from Dr. Mario 64 for Power-up.

The final boss, Bowser, is actually an all-new universe: What the ME would be like if Bowser conquered it all for real, and Mario gets trapped in there, not able to travel through time or 5th dimension until after beating Bowser. There are 5 Shards and 1 Grand shard in all. The final boss fight will be the best one. EVER.

Extras: The 20 or so remaining shards come from bonus one-shot universes, usually straight-up platforming and sometimes set in crazy places like Good Egg Galaxy. Crossovers will occur. Definitely.

– The Bonus “9th World” is Rainbow Road. It’s a land, not a universe, so there’s tons of time puzzles, and since it’s nearly in space, it’s unaffected by changing the universes.

-After getting all 175+ Stars, you can play through the game again as PEACH, which makes for a completely new experience!

Any more ideas/c+c to this idea would be helpful.

My Comics Updates: February

So here’s a list of all active comics I will have updates for during the month of February, starting today:

Shadow The Hedgehog Originals- Some extra bonus comics that I haven’t uploaded yet:

War in Blankland: Special Edition- Some extra bonus junk.

Fire Emblem: Descent of the Sky- yet again, more bonuses. Tons of them this time though.

Pictochat- Fillers. Duh since it’s a filler comic.

Shadow the Hedgehog Volume 5: Shadow the Hedgehog vs. The Universe- An all-new series, starring your favorite slacker hero! Spider-Man! no dude don’t be an idiot it’s Shadow @_@. 😛
Anyway it updates once a week, on Wednesdays!

The Mushroom Kingdom- Updates once a week, on Mondays!

So visit my epic profile at for all your favorite comics’ updates! Well and least favorites…. Like all of them….. 😛

Ncity: My Failed Book,12124.msg270451.html

It was a book based on the events of Nintendo City, with a complex magic system and everything. It was really stupid. But still hilarious.

Video Game Census #5

-Wii: 25 Games
Super Smash Bros. Brawl- 2008
Super Mario Galaxy- 2007
Boom Blox- 2008
Wii Sports Resort- 2009
Lego Batman- 2008
Mario Kart Wii- 2008
NiGHTS: Journey into Dreams- 2007
No More Heroes- 2008
WarioWare: Smooth Moves- 2007
Lego Star Wars: Complete Saga- 2007
New Super Mario Bros. Wii- 2009
Star Wars: TFU- 2008
Animal Crossing: City Folk- 2008
Pikmin: New Play Control- 2009
Zelda: Twilight Princess- 2006
Mario & Sonic @ The Olympic Games- 2007
Zack & Wiki- 2007
Rampage: Total Destruction- 2006
Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree- 2007
Red Steel- 2006
Need For Speed: Carbon- 2006
Elebits- 2006
Mario Party 8- 2007
Rayman: Raving Rabbids- 2006
MySims Kingdom- 2008
Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition- 2007

Nintendo Gamecube: 60 games

Sonic Gems Collection- 2005
WarioWare Inc. Mega Party Games- 2003
Mario Party 7- 2005
Super Monkey Ball 2- 2002
Super Smash Bros. Melee- 2001
super Smash Bros. Melee (2)- 2001
Tetris Worlds- 2002
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon- 2003
Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup- 2003
Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness- 2005
Timesplitters: Future Perfect- 2005
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour- 2003
Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO- 2002
Midway Arcade Treasures 2- 2004
Mario Kart: Double Dash- 2003
Mortal Kombat: Deception- 2004
Star Fox Assault- 2005
Star Wars: The Clone Wars- 2002
Kirby Air Ride- 2003
Ultimate Spider-Man- 2005
Pikmin 2- 2004
Mario Party 5- 2003
Star Wars: Rougue Leader: Rogue Squadron 2- 2001
Super Monkey Ball- 2001
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3: Rebel Strike- 2003
Defender- 2002
Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg- 2003
Star Fox Adventures- 2002
Timesplitters 2- 2002
Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters- 2002
Pokemon Colosseum- 2004
Odama- 2005
Smashing Drive- 2002
Lego Star Wars: The Video Game- 2005
Crazy Taxi- 2001
Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest- 2001
Pac-Man World 2- 2002
Pac Man Vs- 2004
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes- 2004
Mario Party 4- 2002
Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2- 2006
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun- 2003
Spider-Man 2- 2004
Animal Crossing- 2002
Mario Party 6- 2004
Shadow the Hedgehog- 2005
Wario World- 2003
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door- 2004
Baten Katos Origins- 2006
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles- 2004
Tales of Symphonia- 2004
Vewitful Joe- 2003
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance- 2005
Sonic Adventure DX: Director’s Cut- 2003
Super Mario Sunshine- 2002
Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures- 2004
Luigi’s Mansion- 2001
Sonic Heroes- 2004
Sonic Adventure 2 Battle- 2002
Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Outcast- 2002

Traded in/sold: 13 games

Pigglet’s Big Adventure (GCN)- 2003
Rocket Power ?(GCN)- 2002
Pikmin- 2001
Resident Evil 4 (GCN)- 2005
Metroid Prime- 2002
Metroid Prime 2- 2004
Resident Evil Zero- 2002
Beyond Good & Evil (Xbox)- 2003
Star Wars: The Clone Wars/Tetris Worlds- 2004?
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones (Xbox)- 2005
Spider-Man 2 (DS)- 2004
Sonic Mega Collection (GCN)- 2002
Elmo’s Number Adventure (N64)- 2000?

Game Boy/Game Boy Color:

Pokemon Crystal- 2001
Donkey Kong ’94- 1994
Pac-Man- 1989?
Game Boy Printer- 1997?
Pokemon Yellow Version- 1999
Pokemon Yellow Version (2)- 1999
Bases Loaded-1990
Tetris- 1989
Donkey Kong Land 2- 1996
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Goins- 1993
Pokemon Red Version- 1998
Tetris Attack- 1996
Kirby’s Dream Land- 1991
Pokemon Gold Version- 2000
The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening- 1993
Pokemon Silver Version- 2000
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe- 1999
Battletoads- 1990?
Super Mario Land- 1989
Wario Land II- 1998
Pokemon Trading Card Game- 1999
Star Wars- 1993?
Game & Watch Gallery- 1997
Game & Watch Gallery 2- 1998
Game & Watch Gallery 3- 2000
Killer Instinct- 1995?
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons- 2001
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets- 2002

Game Boy Advance:

Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past: Four Swords- 2002
Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga- 2003
Metroid: Zero Mission- 2004
Gunstar Super Heroes- 2005
Final Fantasy V- 2006
Metroid Fusion- 2002
Super Mario Pinball Land- 2004
Worms : World Party- 2002
Final Fantasy Tactics Advance- 2003
Pokemon Sapphire Version- 2003
E-Reader- 2002
Lego Star Wars- 2005
Golden Sun- 2001
Pac-Man Collection- 2002
Operation Armored Liberty- 2005?
Kirby and the Amazing Mirror- 2004
Sonic the Hedgehog Genesis- 2006
Fire Emblem- 2003
Dynasty Warriors Advance- 2005
Sonic Advance 3- 2004
Game & Watch Gallery 4- 2002
Classic NES Series: Ice Climber- 2004
Final Fantasy I & 2: Dawn of Souls- 2004
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories- 2004
Castlevania: Circle of the Moon- 2001
F-Zero: GP Legend- 2004
Super Mario Advance- 2001
Mario Party Advance (Pirated copy; Doesn’t even save)- ???
^ Original- 2005
Megaman Battle Network 5: Team Protoman- 2005?

Nintendo Entertainment System: 4 Games

Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt/World Track Meet- 1990
Dr. Mario- 1990
Tetris- 1989
Tetris 2- 1991?

Xbox: 12 games

Star Wars: Battlefront 2- 2005
Fable: The Lost Chapters: 2005
Prince of Persia: Sands of Time- 2003
Halo 2- 2004
Daed or Alive Ultiamte: Dead or Alive- 2004
Dead or Alive Ultimate: Dead or Alive 2- 2004
Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith- 2005
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: Game of the Year Edition- 2003
Halo: Combat Evolved- 2001
Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy- 2004
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection-2004
Elder Scrolls IV: Morrowind: Game of the Year Edition- 2003

Xbox 360: 31 Games

Lego Star Wars II- 2006
Fable II- 2008
*Xbox Live Arcade Unplugged (All *ed XBLA games come from here)
**Xbox Live Arcade Compilation Disc (all **ed XBLA games come from here)
Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: Game of the Year Edition- 2007
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2- 2009
Gears of War: Game of the Year Edition- 2006
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Vegas- 2006
Virtua Fighter 5 Online- 2007
Assasin’s Creed- 2007
Banjo-Kazzooie: Nuts & Bolts- 2008
Marvel Ultimate Alliance- 2006
Sonic’s Ulitmate Genesis Collection- 2007?
Unreal Tournament III- 2008
Grand Theft Auto IV- 2008
Street Fighter IV- 2009
Halo 3- 2007
Lost Planet: Extreme Condition- 2007
Call of Duty 3- 2006
Soul Calibur IV- 2008
Quake 4- 2005
+Quake 2- 2005
Medal of Honor: Airborne- 2007
Thrillville: Off the Rails
Sega Superstars Tennis- 2008
NCAA Football 2007- 2006
MLB 2K6- 2005
History Channel: Civil War- 2007
The Orange Box- 2007
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Advanced Warfighter 2
Over-G Fighters- 2005
Viva Pinata: Party Animals!- 2008
Project Gotham Racing 4- 2008?
Mass Effect- 2007
Mass Effect 2- 2010
Battlefield: Bad Company 2- 2010
Dragon Age: Origins- 2009
Borderlands- 2009
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed- 2008
Halo Reach- 2010

PC: 8 Games

Europa Uversalis (sp?) 2- ???
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within- 2004
Fin Fin- ???
Star Wars Galaxies Starter Set- 2005
Star Wars: Empire At War- 2006
Star Wars: Empire At War: Forces of Corruption- 2007
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Rogue Spear- ???
Some Flight Simulator game- ???

Downloadable Games (XBLA, PSN, Wiiware/VC, Steam, ect.): 22 Games

Defense Grid- 2009?
Wik: Fable of Souls*- ???
Outpost Kaloki X*- ???
Bejeweled 2- ???
Game Room- 2010
Marvel Vs. Capcom 2- 2009
Totem Ball- 2006?
Family Game Night- ?
Castle Crashers- 2008?
Uno**- 2006
Pac-Man Championship Edition**- 2006
Rock Band Music Store- 2009?
Aegis Wing- 2007?
1 Vs. 100- 2008
Halo Waypoint- 2009
Feeding Frenzy**-2007
Boom Boom Rocket**- 2007
Luxor 2**-2007?
Super Mario RPG- 2007
Super Mario World- 2006
Legend of Zelda- 2006
Dr. Mario Wiiware- 2008

PS2: 4 games
Fatal Fury Battle Archives Vol. 1 (200?)
Metal Arms: A Glitch in the System (2003)
Dragon Quest VIII (2006)
Timesplitters (2000)

CONSOLES: 20 Consoles
-N64 x 3
-Gameboy x 2
-Gameboy Color x 2
-Gameboy Advance SP
-Nintendo DS x 2
-Nintendo DS Lite
-Atari 2600
-GCN x 2 (One has a broken fan or something)
-Xbox 360 x 2 (One is currently RRODed)
-Nintendo Wii
-NES (Original version)
-PC doesn’t count but whatever
(Note, by the time I’m done, hopefully, I’ll have no doubles in anything except DS and GB/C.)

The additions to the 360 portion of the list are the largest reason why I took over 6 months to update this.
Actually I’m just gonna extend it to Section 2 and add onto it later. All the games in order of how much I like them!

Super Smash Bros. Brawl- 2008
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door- 2004
Pikmin 2- 2004
Sonic Adventure 2 Battle- 2002
Pikmin: New Play Control- 2009
New Super Mario Bros. Wii- 2009
Super Mario Galaxy- 2007
Animal Crossing- 2002
Kirby Air Ride- 2003
Star Wars: The Clone Wars- 2002
Super Mario Sunshine- 2002
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron 3: Rebel Strike- 2003
Super Smash Bros. Melee- 2001
Mario Kart Wii- 2008
WarioWare Inc. Mega Party Games- 2004
Timesplitters: Future Perfect- 2005
Sonic Gems Collection- 2005
Star Wars: Rougue Leader: Rogue Squadron 2- 2001
Star Fox Assault- 2005
Pokemon Colosseum- 2004
No More Heroes- 2008
Mario Party 5- 2003
Mario Kart: Double Dash- 2003
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance- 2005
Wii Sports Resort- 2009
Zack & Wiki- 2007
Super Monkey Ball 2- 2002
Rayman: Raving Rabbids- 2006
Midway Arcade Treasures 2- 2004
Lego Star Wars: Complete Saga- 2007
Mario & Sonic @ The Olympic Games- 2007
WarioWare: Smooth Moves- 2007
Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO- 2002
Ultimate Spider-Man- 2005
Super Monkey Ball- 2001
Animal Crossing: City Folk- 2008
Mario Party 8- 2007
Elebits- 2006
Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness- 2005
Zelda: Twilight Princess- 2006
Mortal Kombat: Deception- 2004
Need For Speed: Carbon- 2006
Boom Blox- 2008
Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour- 2003
Mario Party 7- 2005
Star Wars: TFU (Wii)- 2008
Harry Potter: Quidditch World Cup- 2003
Red Steel- 2006
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon- 2003
Rampage: Total Destruction- 2006
Tetris Worlds- 2002

Unorganized so far (I’m on GCN):
Defender- 2002
Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg- 2003
Star Fox Adventures- 2002
Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters- 2002
Odama- 2005
Smashing Drive- 2002
Crazy Taxi- 2001
Cubivore: Survival of the Fittest- 2001
Pac-Man World 2- 2002
Pac Man Vs- 2004
Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes- 2004
Mario Party 4- 2002
Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2- 2006
Medal of Honor: Rising Sun- 2003
Spider-Man 2- 2004
Mario Party 6- 2004
Shadow the Hedgehog- 2005
Sonic Adventure DX: Director’s Cut- 2003
Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures- 2004
Luigi’s Mansion- 2001
Sonic Heroes- 2004

Never played or played enough of to make a fair opinion (sadly I just don’t have time sometimes):
NiGHTS: Journey into Dreams- 2007
Lego Batman- 2008
Star Wars: Jedi Knight: Jedi Outcast- 2002
MySims Kingdom- 2008
Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition- 2007
Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree- 2007
Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles- 2004
Wario World- 2003
Timesplitters 2- 2002
Vewitful Joe- 2003
Baten Katos Origins- 2006
Tales of Symphonia- 2004

Okay What the heck people

Thse are the top web searches through which people found my site:

nightwolf mortal kombat 4, shadow contempt for sonic, funny sonic and shadow comics, sonic and amy comics, eggman shadow married

Yeah seriously. 1. Nightwolf IS NOT in MK4, because he’s a sucky stereotype character. And 2. How does this site come up on so many Sonic searches, and why do you go here? lol. Just go to and read that trash. “Eggman and Shadow married”?!?!?! I am baffled….

lol :P.

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