Katamari Damacy, by L.E. Hall, hews to the game as closely as the Prince running after his rolling Katamari; whether the finished product will pass muster and become a star will depend on the regal dispensation of the particular reader.
This is the fourth in a series of reviews covering the recent Boss Fight Books Humble Bundle.
“Like” if you remember Nintendo Power. Yeah the magazine.
Alyse Knorr opens her delightful Super Mario Bros. 3 by posing three interrelated questions: “Why does everyone love this game so much? Why do I love it so much? Why was it so incredibly successful?”
Chrono Trigger, by Michael P. Williams, opens brilliantly.
This is the longest of a few finished works I have just sitting around, and it’s now available in ebook form through Amazon!
First, a word or two about who these books are for. For you, probably, if you’re taking the time to wonder about this at all. And, if you’re feeling generous, maybe for your brother or sister who used to play 8-bit Super Mario and Final Fantasy games with you at your old house growing up.