Adachi joins the growing roster of Persona 4 Arena 2: Ultimax

“You’re a dumbass.”

News from Siliconera comes our way that Adachi, the defective detective from Persona 4, will be joining the growing roster of fighters in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, the fighting game sequel due out later this year.

We only have a few shots to go off of, so it’s hard to tell exactly what kind of fighter he’ll be off the bat, but we know he’s packing his revolver. It’s safe to assume he’ll have some distance fighting. We also know he brings his Persona, Magatsu-Izanagi, but we have yet to see if that will be a clone of Yu Narukami’s Izanagi or its own thing.

Adachi-baby joins the growing roster of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax as a DLC character. He adds to previously announced fighters Rise Kujikawa and the tag team of Ken and Koromaru from Persona 3.

What do you think of this news? I’m personally pumped for Adachi and may just main the representative of the Hunger Arcana.

Mario Kart 8 – A Hundred Word Review

Fast, gorgeous, and full of online fun.

MK8Shot2 Mario Kart 8 is probably one of the strongest Mario Kart’s to have come out. It’s gorgeous, fast, and entertaining.

As far as Mario Kart‘s go, you’re not getting a bunch of new territory here outside of the brilliant zero-g racing. Riding upside down and on walls never fails to be fun. Above all else, come to this game for it’s gameplay, but while you’re here, enjoy the bountiful visual feast blowing out of your screen.

The battle mode is the worst, but the online works phenomenally! Creating videos with Mario Kart TV and viewing them at Mariokart.tv is a blast. MK8Shot1 This is a new format I’m trying called the “Hundred Word Review.” Just like it says, I take only 100 words to describe my feelings towards a game. I’m doing this in an attempt to find a gimmick that appeals to folks. Quick, bite-sized reviews are the idea. Something to counterbalance the half-a-novel reviews you see elsewhere.

I could write a lot about Mario Kart 8, but I feel like these 100 words are all I need to say to tell you what I think of it. Let me know what you think in the comments. Does this format work for you? Am I omitting things? Do you like the idea of shorter reviews in general, or have I taken it to far? Please slap that feedback on the table so I can write more gooder for you.