300 Video Game Reviews!!

“Har har! I’m making a 300 reference!”

I have finally amassed 300 video game reviews here at Wizard Dojo!

That’s right Kevin, my recent review of Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars marked the big 3-0-0!

Funny thing is, back in the day, Super Mario RPG was going to be my 100th video game review, but because I had (relatively) recently given perfect scores to both Super Mario World and Galaxy 2, I decided to hold off on reviewing another of my favorite Mario titles. I was then going to review it on the 20th anniversary of its release (May 13th, 2016), but I didn’t get around to playing it in time. It was then going to be my 200th video game review, except I was at one-hundred and ninety some-odd reviews at the time I was playing Breath of the Wild, so making that review number 200 was just too good to pass up. From there, I contemplated making Super Mario RPG number 250, or even just any random number. After I got to a certain point, however, I knew Super Mario RPG had to be the 300th.

So, here we are! After over three and a half years, I have finally reached that 300 video game review milestone. Admittedly, that last one-hundred took me longer than the hundreds that came before, so here’s hoping I don’t slow down too much. I’d like to be celebrating 400 and 500 in the not-too-distant future.

I know some people will say I’m cheating, because some games that have different versions/releases I’ve reviewed twice (Shadow of the Colossus on both PS3 and PS4, Mario Kart 8 on Wii U and Switch, Undertale on PC and PS4, and DKC: Tropical Freeze on Wii U and Switch). But I wrote brand new reviews from the ground-up even for the repeated games. So they count!

Anyway, I’d like to give a big, fat thank you to all of my readers, and I hope you continue reading my crap for as long as I’m writing it. But, y’know, no pressure.

For those interested in all 300 of my current video game reviews (as well as those by AfterStory), you can find them all on the Game Reviews page, or you can go right to the thick of things and see all the games me (and AfterStory) have scored a perfect 10 or a near-perfect 9.5. 

Or, for quick reference. Here are the eight games (as of this writing) I personally have given a perfect 10/10:

Super Mario Galaxy 2

Super Mario World

Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (Review #100)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Review #200)

Super Mario Odyssey

Undertale

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (Review #300)

Yep, I’ve certainly come a long way since I launched Wizard Dojo on Christmas Day of 2014, with my review of the original release of Mario Kart 8 being the very first thing posted here. Here’s hoping it doesn’t take me quite this long for the next 300. I still have so many games in my library that I have yet to review, and there’s always more new games around the corner. Though I think I might slow down on new purchases in the near future, not just to save money, but time. I’m sorry, but modern games are too damn long. If I ever want to make a game of my own I have to dedicate less time to playing others. So while I may have plenty, plenty more reviews to write, I think pretty soon I’ll only be purchasing the games I just really, really want. No more “eh, why nots?”

Anyway, I’m rambling. Nothing new there.

Thanks again my dear readers, for sticking with me for 300 video game reviews, some-odd hundred movie reviews, and, uhhhh…all those other things I wrote. Here’s to many more! Stay beautiful!

“Now, give me cake!”
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Author: themancalledscott

Born of cold and winter air and mountain rain combining, the man called Scott is an ancient sorcerer from a long-forgotten realm. He’s more machine now than man, twisted and evil. Or, you know, he could just be some guy who loves video games, animations and cinema who just wanted to write about such things.

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