We’re going to have a Mario Aces Tournament!
Unfortunately the in-game settings don’t make organizing this very easy, so there’s going to have to be a lot of management from the admin/mods on setting these matches up.
We will have a sign-up for people that want to participate in the tournament, contact the admin/mods in the Discord if you’d like to sign-up. After the sign-up is period is over, we will put together a tournament bracket and randomly choose who gets matched up.
Playing Your Match
Players will be assigned an opponent and given a deadline to set up and complete a matches. If you are unable to set up a match with your opponent within the deadline, you may be rescheduled with a different opponent, you may also be disqualified if you’re unable to make it in time for the deadline.
Reporting Your Results
After completing your match with your opponent, you will have to report to admin/mods the results of your match. The results will be recorded and the winner will advance to the next round. The loser (if not disqualified) will be entered in a prize raffle, the winner will await information on their next round match-up.
All information updates will be posted here on this site, as well as in the #tournament channel in the Discord Server.
Match Type: Singles Only
COM Difficulty: Intermediate (N/A)
Play Style: Standard
Play Time: Extended Play
KO Loss: Yes
Since I recently bought Teleroboxer, I decided to go through my Virtual Boy Collection. While playing most of the titles, I commented on twitter @thegamerpad what I was playing and the progress I made. Interesting enough, after I had played Virtual Boy for a few days I developed an ear infection (I don’t know if that’s related) and a Top 5 List. The following Top 5 are based on the game I have played and own.
#1 – Wario Land – This shouldn’t be a surprise. Most people claim this is the best Virtual Boy game, and it’s not hard to see why. Most other Virtual Boy games are puzzle games, or shorter games that can be completed in 30 – 60 minutes. Wario Land however is a full adventure/platforming game that really makes good use of the Virtual Boy’s 3D Technology. The game is similar to the Wario Land series on the Game Boy, but the most unique part is that you can jump in and out of the background (see 3:48 on this video for example). Games like Donkey Kong Country Returns (and I think New Super Mario Bros) have used that idea in Read the rest of this entry