This week, Smash Bros. developer Masahiro Sakurai reflected on the funeral of Satoru Iwata in his latest weekly column for Famitsu. Kotaku provided a summary of the column, with Sakurai receiving special guest seating and feeling honored by that gesture. He also reflects on the impact his death has on the people who knew him. Check out Kotaku's article on the source link for more from this week's column.
Here is a portion from a NintendoLife review...
The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth has some minor issues with combat, but excellent enemy variety, in both their design and combat abilities, makes every new run a different challenge. With so many items added to the mix, each run at the dungeon becomes unique, making Rebirth feel like a new game every time you start it up. It's gross, but also funny, striking up a great balance between discomfort and fun that gives its visuals an interesting appeal. All of its various elements just click together well, creating a solid game that will be hard to put down as you struggle your way to the deepest recesses of Isaac's basement.
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While we're waiting for other Square Enix games to be localized westward, Square Enix today announced that Final Fantasy Explorers will be coming to North America and Europe. North America will get it on January 26, 2016 and Europe a few days later on January 29. You can check out the announcement trailer below.