Battles, Daisy Battles, One Above All Battles

Daisy vs One Above All




Daisy has returned and this princess is ready for another win. The One Above All is a powerful being feared by many across the cosmos. Thing is…the guy can’t really fight. We’ve never seen him take anyone down and so Daisy has more combat experience. She could easily use her hand to hand experience to take him down for the count and that would be the end of that. He has no real defense against her abilities and would naturally just succumb to the loss. Daisy wins.

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Daisy vs Lubba




Lubba isn’t a bad character, but he does tend to get a lot of losses on the site. He has heart, but heart doesn’t win battles. Daisy would be able to easily outmaneuver Lubba and secure a win for herself. Lubba won’t be able to escape either since Daisy is the quicker fighter. It took her a while, but Daisy has now caught up to her losses and no longer has a negative record on the blog. Perhaps things are looking up for her. Daisy wins.

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Marv Murchins vs Daisy




Marv is well known for getting outsmarted and beaten by a little kid. When that’s your reputation there is really nowhere to go but up right? His ascension into being a quality villain will have to wait though since he doesn’t stand a chance against Princess Daisy. Daisy has always been a pretty fun character and I don’t expect that to change anytime soon. Not only does she have a great personality but Daisy can also fight really well. One hit from her racket and it’s game over. Daisy wins.

Battles, Daisy Battles, Harry Lyme Battles

Harry Lyme vs Daisy




Harry Lyme isn’t the most skilled thief out there and he definitely isn’t a great fighter. I don’t imagine that he will be able to do much against a skilled fighter such as Daisy. Daisy is a master of every sport and she even has some hand to hand abilities. Harry would not be able to keep up at all so Daisy would have the clear advantage from the start. She wouldn’t even give Harry enough time to prepare himself. Daisy wins.

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Ghostface (Mickey) vs Daisy




This is a tribute to Scream 2. This time we got a new Ghostface and out of the first three he was certainly the toughest one. That being said, he still wouldn’t last long against Daisy. All Ghostface has going for him is his gun skills and those can only take you so far. Daisy has experience in all sports and has super powers of her own like hearts that can block projectiles. Once she gets up close her hand to hand skills will deliver her a quick victory. Daisy wins.

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Ghostface (Loomis) vs Daisy




This is a tribute to the first Scream film. Ghostface is definitely one of those villains who only wins because his opponents aren’t great at fighting back or he gets a cheap shot in. Daisy is an experienced driver and as a result she is always ready for a fight. She won’t run out the door or up the stairs. Daisy would take the fight straight to Ghostface and would knock him out for the count pretty quickly. Ghostface just wouldn’t know what hit him and she would be earning the win rather easily. Daisy wins.

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Mario Kart Tour Review


It’s time to look at Nintendo’s latest venture into the mobile world. Despite their rhetoric about not jumping into the pay to win biz it was always just a matter of time. Mario Kart Tour does take this to an extreme level with how many pay to win mechanics there are though. You don’t need any of them to I want to stress that you can still play this game at a satisfactory level without paying any money at all. You will be at a distinct disadvantage, but that is typically the case with almost any mobile game.

The main gameplay revolves around driving and trying to reach the end. Most of the levels are fairly straight forward so you shouldn’t have a difficult time getting to the end. There aren’t many areas where you can fall either. However, this means that more than ever you will need to make sure that your driving skills are polished so you can make the right twists and turns. Every second saved is quite important and also because the score makes a big difference here. Your score is ultimately what decides how many Grand Stars you earn in a race. Obtaining first place gives you a lot of points but it is totally possible to ace a level without coming in first depending on how well you do.

There are a lot of items at play here though so doing well doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll win. I had quite a few races where I lost due to a lot of cheesy circumstances at the last second. A Paratroopa slammed me near the end and then there was also the Red Shells that would get me. There’s a considerable amount of RNG here, but that’s always at play in a Mario Kart game. If anything you really need that or this would become just another racing game right?

The graphics are very nice. You can tell that this is a 2019 game with how vibrant all of the character models are. The stages are incredibly nostalgic and have also aged well with the graphical enhancements. There’s nothing to complain about on a technical level. The stage themes are also really good. I feel like for most mobile games the developers spend a ton of time on presentation since that’s what will really attract players and ideally get them to stay.

The gameplay is quite good. At the end of the day that part holds up pretty well. There’s quite a bit of auto assist so you can even play while you’re not by your phone, but don’t expect to get a good placing. This is actually discouraged compared to other games as well since there is an energy limit that you will hit very quickly. Once that happens your karts and characters won’t get EXP with each win which is a big drawback. You can keep playing, but it will feel like you’re losing out quite a bit.

That’s one limitation that holds the game back and another is how tough it is to get the characters you want. That’s true for many Gatcha games, but some are better than others. One problem with this one is that Karts and Gliders are included as opposed to it just being Drivers like in most other games. I’d really rather not get another car when I could just get more characters. You’ll also get a lot of duplicates since right now the pool is very small. Getting a duplicate feels like a waste because it takes multiple duplicates to get a single rank up so you’ll be here for a while.

The game’s definitely got quite a grind behind it which isn’t too surprising, but it could have definitely been handled better. Then the game also has a Gold Pass option which doubles your rewards for each box but it is quite pricey. I believe it’s around 5-6 a month which is absolutely crazy for a game like this. Honestly, there are almost 0 games I would even pay something like that for. Even Super Smash would have to get declined on this one. I get paying for a console’s online, but individual games?

I got Daisy near the end so that was good, but I wish I could have gotten her a little earlier. I can’t complain much on that end though. Then you’ve got the Cups and by-weekly challenges. I cleared a good chunk of them and apparently new ones are cycled in. It hasn’t happened yet so it’s speculation, but I’ve heard that they might all cycle in and out which would be annoying. I like to be able to play any level at any given time. All mobile games have the themed events which leave, but there should always be a good chunk of permanent ones.

Mario Kart Tour definitely makes a lot of odd decisions. It’s a good game and I think you can get a lot of mileage out of it, but you’ll need to really like the racing. You’ll also have to accept that it will be difficult to be at the top of the rankings for any month since the only way to increase your score on the gliders/karts/drivers is to level them up and it’s tough to get the resources for that without spending money. You will level up, but slower than the others. At the time of this review there isn’t even an option to race against other players which is crazy since that’s what Mario Kart is known for. The game is supposedly adding it in a day or two, but that’s a day or two too late.

Overall, Mario Kart Tour is a good game despite having a lot of negatives. At the end of the day it does succeed in being a good way to drive on the go and to hone your Mario Kart skills. It’s just not good enough for me to keep it long term. These kind of games are addicting for a little while, but you definitely end up burning out after a while. It’s rare that a mobile game will hit the big times and I don’t think this one will have what it takes for me at least. If you do stick around, then just have a blast and enjoy the features!

Overall 7/10

Battles, Daisy Battles, Toon Link Battles

Daisy vs Toon Link



Suggested by Sonic Daisy is back and she’s ready to rumble. Unfortunately for her this match will go in just about the same way as her last fight. Toon Link has many of the same attack options as Link. While he isn’t quite as formidable the gap isn’t all that large. Daisy is simply outmatched in speed as well as strength. I don’t think she would be able to last more than a few minutes, but at the very least she won’t be giving up. Daisy never goes down easy. Toon Link wins.

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Daisy vs Link



Suggested by Sonic It’s time for Daisy to step in! She’s always been one of the most underratted Mario characters so to see her in Super Smash is pretty intense. Still, I’m not sure if she can hope to stop Link here. Link has his Master Sword on hand and a bunch of other weapons including his Light Arrows. Daisy isn’t fast enough to dodge his hits and she also won’t be able to endure them. Link is simply on a different level with his pure technique and Daisy will have to wait for another match to try and get a win. Link wins.