DISCLAIMER: I know I’m late! Between working my tail off at
two jobs this summer, enjoying some much-needed vacation and starting a new
life in a city far away from home, I’ve just now been able to write about my E3
experience. Thanks in advance for reading nonetheless!
Ask most Nintendo fans who were able to enjoy the company’s presence
on the show floor of the Electronic Entertainment Expo this past June what
their favorite title was, and you’ll likely come up with the same responses I
so often heard. The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. Luigi’s Mansion 3. Pokémon
Sword and Pokémon Shield. I was also impressed by the adorable aesthetic of the
newest Zelda remake; I felt the satisfying sensation of pummeling ghouls into
the dirt in Luigi’s upcoming haunted installment for the Switch; and Pokémon
continued to deliver the gym-based gameplay, this time, with a new dynamax
While I had the glorious chance to test out all those titles, one indie game showcased in Nintendo’s booth space actually stuck out to me the most. And as I had continued my E3 adventure, frequenting multiple other titles throughout the week in June, I realized that New Super Lucky’s Tale was my favorite game I had played at E3.
I’ve been playing Nintendo games since I was 3 years old, and my earliest memory is watching my dad play Super Mario 64.
Since then, I’ve become as big of a fan as you might imagine: YouTube video projects, fan fiction, owning just about every amiibo — you name it!
I’m also a stalwart defender of underappreciated games like Skyward Sword, Other M, Super Paper Mario, Star Fox Adventures, Star Fox Zero and more. I love to see passion in a gaming product, and my desire on this site is to share a similar passion in what I write.