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November 11, 2017 / Jett

Cowabunga! The Ninja Turtles Are Coming to Injustice 2!


The latest addition to the Injustice 2 roster is one that caught me by surprise. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are coming to Injustice 2 and it’s heavily implied that they’ll play as one character.

First off, I love it. The Ninja Turtles started out in the world of comics, and they somewhat recently crossed over into the DC Universe with Batman, so this isn’t completely out of line. Having not played as the Ninja Turtles in a fighting game since the surprisingly good Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, I look forward to playing as them when I eventually get a copy. That said, I’m very curious to see how NetherRealm incorporates the four characters into one. Is there stance-switching between the four? Is one character the main and the others come out as assists or as part of specific special move animations? We’ll find out soon enough!

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November 10, 2017 / Jett

Check Out My New Project: Jett’s Playlist!

I started a music blog!

Jett’s Playlist is my new home for all things related to music. While I am no stranger to bending the content strategy of this site to speak about things outside of gaming, I feel like I have a lot to say about one of my favourite interests that would throw off what I’ve built here.

If you have any interest in checking out my thoughts on music, head over to Jett’s Playlist now! Right now, there’s a piece where I rank the four pre-release songs from Taylor Swift’s latest album, Reputation. For content like this and more, join me on my new blog!

November 10, 2017 / Jett

Star Fox on the Super NES Classic Live Stream

Do a barrel roll! It’s Star Fox on the Super NES Classic!

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November 8, 2017 / Jett

Golf Story Live Stream

Fumbling my way through Lurker Valley in Golf Story!

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November 7, 2017 / Jett

Out Now: The Xbox One X

Looking to regain its footing in the console space, Microsoft unleashes the Xbox One X today. This may not be a full refresh of the Xbox One platform, but the power jump is enough to make it the most powerful console on the market to-date.

Having seen the unit in action at Fan Expo earlier this year, the console is small, sleek, and packs one heck of a graphical punch. However, its benefits still don’t provide the leap we’ve seen in the past. At this point, it appears that we’ve reached the point of diminishing returns when it comes to graphical leaps.

Furthermore, that price tag is steep. At $500 US, it’s a tough bullet to bite relative to what you’re getting. Nonetheless, I do hope that this could be the kick in the pants that gets the Xbox back on track. Coming off of the Xbox 360, Microsoft has gone out of their way to undermine all of their success with a plethora of poor decisions that has compromised their platform. Having them as a more viable player in the scene would only make the entire market as a whole better!

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November 5, 2017 / Jett

Super Mario Kart on the Super NES Classic Live Stream

The Mario Kart series got better with time, but there’s always value in going back to the original.

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November 5, 2017 / Jett

Super Mario Odyssey Review

Mario has seemingly traveled everywhere. He’s ventured through the Mushroom Kingdom on numerous occasions, explored the fever dream world of Subcon in Super Mario Bros. 2, and even trekked through space more than once. Where else is there for Nintendo’s plucky plumber to go? The Big N’s answer to this conundrum can be found in Super Mario Odyssey.

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