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Monday, June 25, 2018

We Take a Look at Slime-san Superslime Edition By Luiggi Cavanna

This past weekend I took a look a Slime-san Superslime Edition on stream. Slime-san is quite a  charming action platformer with amazing music and an old school look to it.  This is a supplementary review, if you want to see my first impressions of the game right after I was done playing it, go check the video down below.

The version I played was the Superslime edition for the PS4, which included all the content release the past year with some new extra content add it to the mix. In the game, you play as a slime that was swallowed by a giant monstrous snake creature and now you have to survive the digestive system of said creature. The game is divided into levels and these levels are divided into small quick stages, where you have to go from point A to point B in a set amount of time before gastric juices fill the screen, while grabbing some collectibles on the way.

I gotta say, the first levels weren’t that challenging and most of the difficulty came from me trying to collect all the damn apples (the collectibles I was talking about) of each level. The difficulty escalated fairly quickly after a while though and with it, the fun. Slime-san not only has to deal with obstacles that the levels present by just jumping, but you also have to use your slime powers to go a little transparent so that you can go through certain objects. You can also dash, break blocks and stick to walls.

The Superslime edition is packed with a lot of content, and if you like games of this type (you know, like Super Meat Boy), this game will keep you busy for a long time. The bite-sized levels are fun but personally, they would be better on the go. Fortunately, you can find Slime-san on the switch as well.

The music in the game is great and tremendously charming, as charming as the graphics. Slime-san decides to go for the retro type of look, and in my opinion, it works for this type of game. Slime-san presents you with hours of hair pulling platforming fun, but no more than that. When it comes to me, I would play this type of game for a bit before moving to something else, that’s why it works so well on the go for me. So if you are looking for a simple, but challenging platformer to pass the time, this game might be for you.

Have you played Slime-san? What are your thoughts on the game? Let us know. Now I return to the deepest darkest corners of my dwelling. Good-bye, for now, my friends.
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Luke Cage Season 2 (spoilerish) By Corey Floyd

Making Harlem great again. Yes, that's how I'm starting this one. Luke Cage returns with season 2 and I was not disappointed. We were already graced with the second season of Jessica Jones back in March ( review here ) and now we're back in Harlem with everyone favorite unbreakable hero. Everyone has returned to play the character, of course, Mike Colter as Luke, Simone Missick as Misty Knight,, Theo Rossi as Shades, Alfre Woodard as Mariah and last but not least Rosario Dawson as Claire. (I'm still weirded out that she was that mom in the beginning of CIVIL WAR)

We catch up with Luke being loved and admired by Harlem since unlike the rest of the defender's everyone knows who he is. But famous and being rich and not one in the same since he stays in Claire's apartment and the barbershop can’t afford the rent. C.R.E.A.M. is name of the game and Luke needs it. A young street Hustler named D.W. is selling Luke Cage Merchandise out of the shop and follows him wherever he goes to videotape him doing good deeds. It gets to a point that he’s offered a sponsorship deal. 
One the other side Shades and Mariah want to become Wolfs of wall street with some insider trading blackmail all while trying to sell off their guns to become legit. Just when you thought everything was fine here comes the Bushmaster. A Jamaican with a serious taste for revenge and some serious powers to go with it. With his mystical powers, he can go toe to toe with the champ and walk away like nothing happened.

He's played by Mustafa Shakir who played Big Mike HBO’s The Deuce he gives a masterful performance as well as the stylish gangster. He comes to Harlem to take out Mariah for the sins of her family's past that cost him more than just money sounds familiar doesn't it 

     As the story unfolds you realize that his grievances are legit so I kinda root him but I don't agree with some of his tactics.

This season family plays a pivotal role just like last time. We are introduced to Luke's dad James Lucas played by the late great Reg E. Cathey. Luke has a lot of rage towards his father after blaming him for his mother's cancer. Let's not forget that he cheated on her with another woman and that's how we got Diamondbacks corny ass. On the other side, we are introduced to Mariah’s daughter Tilda who has been gone from her life forever, But Mariah needs to reunite with her to gain footing that she lost in the community. She's walking a very gray area even Shades has concerns. 

 Claire does not have a lot of screen time this season they had a fight and Luke's Toxic Masculinity got in the way and she went after the first few episodes. The female focus is more on Misty Knight the one-armed detective trying to get her groove back as well as her confidence. With help from Colleen Wing and a new arm from Rand industries, she was back to work trying to stop Harlem for bleeding to death.

This Season gets very Game of Throne like in a lot of aspects. The fight for the ruler of Harlem, the factions, the unions, the incest "oooppppsss."  Well, I won’t go into details about that but it gets very bloody and very dark might wanna shield the kid's eyes at some parts. Music is still very alive and vibrant in the season from reggae to KRS ONE and of course at least one member of the Wu-Tang Clan. I won't say who it is but its a killer. They even threw in an episode with Iron Fist giving us the Hero for Hire vibe. Finn Jones looks like he actually put on some weight and learned his choreography this time around he looked good. I won’t tell you what happens or how it ends but it's great. You can’t break Luke Cage but can he be bent?

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