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Saturday Morning RPG Review

Video games, cartoons and comic books; this is what defined a child's life in the 80s and the 90s. It's a recipe that when mixed together creates a concoction so strong that it's hard to think poorly of it. At least, this is the case when you're talking about most games that have a noticeable amount of passion put into them. Saturday Morning RPG, on the other hand, doesn't succeed in its attempt to recreate the nostalgic life we all crave so dearly.

Saturday Morning RPG Review

Rayman Legends

Any control issues aside, Rayman Legends never ceases to be enjoyable. The game is so fully featured that it makes Rayman Origins seem like a prototype. From the game’s delightful tone to it’s gorgeous graphics and top notch level design, Legends is better than Origins quantitatively and qualitatively. Not only that, it’s one of the best games of 2013 and one of the best platformers of all time. Maybe even better than Rayman 2.

Rayman Legends

Kung Fu Panda

I have to tell you that if you have kids or if you yourself are just a big Jack Black fan and are wondering if your money would put to good use to buy this game I would say it might be a good idea. If your alright with renting the game, it might be a better idea given the games short length, otherwise this really is a pretty solid game that’s worth a look.

Madagascar: The Game

Madagascar is one of the more impressive children’s movie to be made into a game because of how well the game plays, and not how deep nor how well it looks. It’s not going to be the best Platformer out on the market, but its good enough for its intended audience. If I had a kid right now I would definitely at least rent them the game and make it a purchase game if they enjoyed the movie.

Shark Tale

For those of you who may be thinking about purchasing this game for a son or daughter or brother or sister, or even niece or nephew for this holiday season, I would say that most kids will find the game to be a pretty enjoyable experience.