Cblogs of 3/28 to 4/2/2020: Asura’s Wrath, Ratchet & Clank, and jetpacks in action

Cblogs Recap: Week 14

 

 

OmegaPhattyAcid announces April’s Band of Bloggers theme, which is all about lighthearted trolling in gaming, both by developers and the community.

Shoggoth2588 responds to March’s Band of Bloggers prompt by writing about fun, even if sometimes illogical, jetpack segments in videogames.

OmegaPhattyAcid responds to March’s Band of Bloggers prompt by writing about several design concepts that he finds to bring a lot of fun to the game.

-Black Red Gaming shares his thoughts regarding his most favorite stealth level in a game, which incidentally is in the rather new Half Life: Alyx.

Nior writes about the lasting legacy of the PlayStation 2 in Brazil.

Spazzzh20 reviews the cult classic, Asura’s Wrath.

Kerrik52 reviews Ratchet & Clank: Going Commando as part of his Traveler in Playtime review series.

-Taterchimp shares his wild idea about a Katamari Racing video game.

Black Red Gaming shares with us some of the biggest gaming news of last week as well as a list of his most recent activity in blogging.

LaTerry responds to March’s Band of Bloggers prompt by focusing on a really fun and unexpected moment in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s single-player mode.

Spazzzh20 reviews Mortal Kombat 11.

-GC StanfordReisinger writes about the delay of Wasteland 3 release due to the COVID19 outbreak.

Black Red Gaming writes about his five most anticipated April game releases.

Nior continues his Command & Conquer retrospective series, now discussing Tiberium Wars.

-GC StandorReisinger doubts Bethesda’s sanity in not conducting a digital showcase in the absence of E3 presence.

Shoggoth2588 shares with his March gaming journal.

Blanchimont reviews Yugioh: Legacy of the Duelist Link Evolution on the PC.

Marcel Hoang shares with us his Animal Crossing: New Horizons journal during the time of COVID19.

 

 

PhilsPhindings discusses the similarities between several Mega Man X tracks and other pieces of non-gaming music.

-PhilsPhindings discusses the similarities between the Donkey Kong Arcade tunes and some of Johnny Cash’s music.

Thanks to Lord Spencer as always for this week’s Cblog Recap. As well as to our community bloggers for this weeks content. Why not head over to the Community Blogs and put down your own gaming thoughts and ideas?

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