RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.

Posted on Apr 16th 2015 at 02:00:00 PM by (singlebanana)
Posted under playthrough, announcement, games, May, retro, modern, Playcast

[img width=610 height=343]http://i1340.photobucket.com/albums/o736/Fleach/kirby%20shining%20force_zpsrdacphdi.png[/img]

This May, join the RF Generation Playthrough Group as some of us knockout our backlog, and others revisit our past loves. On retro side, singlebanana hosts the Playthrough's first attempt at a turn-based, tactical RPG with Shining Force originally on the Sega Genesis/MegaDrive, and also available for the Wii Virtual Console, Sega Smash Pack 1 (DC), Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection (360/PS3), Steam, and the GBA (as Shining Force: Resurrection of the Dark Dragon [with additional plots and characters]). And on the modern side, join host GrayGhost81 as he plays through the wildly stylistic platformer and 10th installment of the popular Kirby series, Kirby's Epic Yarn on the Nintendo Wii. 

In Shining Force, join Max, and the several allies you will recruit along the way, in thwarting the evil Kane's plan to open the Shining Path and resurrect the Dark Dragon. Fend off Kane's horde of Runefaust warriors, and prepare yourself for a plot twist that not even Kane could foresee. Participants will need to master movement in combination with several actions such as attacking, casting spells, using items, and even searching, to dispatch enemies, level, and progress. Shining Force is available on a variety of platforms, so please join us for the first game in this classic series and work with us to save the Kingdom of Guardiana and the land of Rune.

Shining Force Discussion Thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...15509.msg222555#msg222555

In Kirby's first console platformer in the ten years since Kibry and The Crystal Shards (also known as Kirby 64), we'll travel from Dream Land to Patch Land in the adorable, relaxing, and most of all fun, Kirby's Epic Yarn for the Nintendo Wii. This game takes the easy platforming we all know and love from the earlier Kirby titles, and mixes it up with completely new mechanics and a brand new art style where the game world and all of the characters are made of fabric and yarn. Playing this game for the first time or revisiting it will be a great way for community members to come together and prepare for Nintendo's upcoming release, Yoshi's Woolly World.

Kirby's Epic Yarn Discussion Thread: http://www.rfgeneration.c...m/index.php?topic=15510.0

Permalink | Comments [2] | Digg This Article |

Recent Entries
Press Playcast Episode 92 - Bioshock Infinite (3/10/2023)
Shoot the Core-cast Episode 053 - Fire Shark (1/6/2023)
Shmup Club January 2023 - Metal Black (1/4/2023)
Press Playcast Episode 91 - Doki Doki Literature Club (1/2/2023)
Shoot the Core-cast Episode 052 - Deathsmiles (12/6/2022)

Gonna be a blast guys. Cant wait till next months playthrough. Think im leaning toward the retro playthrough.
@Neo: Glad to have you! Be sure to sign in as a participant on the discussion forum.

 Login or register to comment
It appears as though you are not a member of our site, or are not logged in.
It appears as though you can not comment currently. Becoming able to comment though is easy! All you need to do is register for the site! Not only will you be able to access any other site features including the forum and collection tools. If you are a registered user and just need to login then you can do so here.

Comment! It's easy, thoughtful, and who knows you might just enjoy it!
Login / Register
Not a member? Register!
Database Search
Site Statistics
Total Games:
Total Hardware:
Total Scans:
Total Screenshots:
[More Stats]
Our Friends
Digital Press Video Game Console Library NES Player The Video Game Critic Game Rave Game Gavel Cartridge Club Android app on Google Play RF Generation on Discord
Updated Entries
North America

North America

North America

North America

North America

North America


North America
Updated Collections
New Forum Topics
New on the Blogs
Nielsen's Favorite Articles

Site content Copyright © rfgeneration.com unless otherwise noted. Oh, and keep it on channel three.