Review Information
Game Reviewed Psycho Waluigi, by Thunder Dragon
Review Author Nite Shadow
Created Dec 2 2012, 5:04 AM

General Commentary and Game Overview
Quite frankly, I love this game! Smooth gameplay, it is definitely well polished, and there are plenty of unlockables. The only real "problem" I can think of with it is how easily I was able to hack my save file; not that that's really an issue.
Pros + Smooth gameplay
+ Great music (some by DJ Yoshiman)
+ Excellent use of graphics
+ Almost like something Nintendo might make
+ Innovative concept
+ Cool unlockables
+ Very well polished
Cons - Save data easily editable via Hex editor
10 / 10
This game has a really well polished engine. You play as Waluigi who apparently gains psychic powers. He is able to grab objects such as enemies, blocks, treasure chest lids, enemy attacks, and even the king of any given kingdom, and throw them using his new powers. He can also gain the aide of these creatures called "Eyeflys," which will boost his jumping ability.
8 / 10
Though they are your typical 16-bit graphics, they have all been mixed and matched to create something unique. They don't look like things that have been used a thousand times before. Making this all work must have truly been a challenge.
9 / 10
The music in this game is amazing. I can't place where it all came from, but I did notice that Mario Kart and Zelda 64 among full custom tracks were reused throughout the duration of the game. It has all been very well placed.
10 / 10
I've been through this game several times. I've lost count of how many times I've played the tank levels. There's also getting all the unlockables you can gain, the rewards for beating the game... I simply cannot put this down! I only wish it were on a console so I could play it on the big screen.
Final Words
10 / 10
This is a must play for any mario enthusiast. Even if it is only a fangame, this meets the standard that you don't even see in official titles anymore. TD, you have outdone yourself!

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