Continuing my way through the Toys to Life Market craze, we turn to Disney Infinity which combines Marvel, Disney and recently added Star Wars into one game. That by itself would make for one very collectible game and a nightmare for parents. Infinity’s main marketing point is the “Infinity” in the title, but how far you go depends on how much you spend.
Painter’s Guild was recently added on Steam and bills itself as a management sim style game with the twist of running an art academy during the Italian Renaissance. Unfortunately, despite taking place during the height of creativity, the game goes for a slow burn instead of interesting choices.
Nintendo is celebrating 30 years of Mario this year and they have rolled out the big guns in the form of Super Mario Maker. While it may not be a brand new Mario title, the implications of it on present and future game designers is something extraordinary.
Etrian Odyssey Untold 2 brings us the remastered version of Etrian Odyssey 2; featuring across the board improvements and an attempt by Atlus to rebrand the older games in the series following the popularity of Etrian Odyssey 4. With the first Untold game, my big problem was that I wasn’t sure if there was enough different to warrant a second purchase, but Etrian Odyssey Untold 2 feels like a bigger and more complete package.