Cblogs of 5/30 to 6/5/2020: Red Alert 3, Pokemon, and cancelled Star Wars games


Cblogs Recap: Week 23

OmegaPhattyAcid introduces this month’sBand of Bloggers prompt dealing with advertisments in video games.

Lord Spencer concludes his Saturn REVIEWS series with a review of the console itself.

Lord Spencer starts his PlayStation REVIEWS series by sharing the list of games he is going to review.

-Sam van der Meer reviewsArrest of a Stone Buddha.

-PocketCiabatta sheds a light on some of Sega’s forgotten properties, beginning with Burning Rangers.

-OmegaPhattyAcid responds to this month’s Band of Bloggers prompt by writing about cancelled Star Wars games.

-Shoggoth2588 shares with his gaming exploits in the month of May.

-Kerrik52 reviews Patapon 2 as part of his Traveler in Playtime blogging series.

-Black Red Gaming shares his list of most anticipated game releases in June 2020.

RoodadooReview reviews Hades.

-HyperbolebyDefault reviews Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition on the PC.

-BlackAdler reviews Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling on the PC.

-JagGentlemann discusses how Pokemon Colosseum and Pokemon XD changed his views on the franchise.

-TroyFullbuster discusses the concept of realistic time in video games.

Exber reviews Persona Q2 New Cinema Labyrinth which is his 2019 GOTY.

-EloBoots discusses how smurfing changed League of Legends.

Nior continues his Command & Conquer series retrospectivewith a blog on Red Alert 3.

Amburger shares her thoughts on how Nintendo’s Clubhouse Games: 51 is perfect for a family night.

-Osc continues updating us on his hobby game development.

-PhilsPhindings discusses the similarities between the soundtrack of Chrono Trigger and several pop culture tracks.

PhilsPhindings discusses the similarities between the soundtrack of Street Fighter II and the music of John Mellencamp.

Thanks as always to Lord Spencer for the Cblog Recap and to our community for another week of great content! If you’d like to see your gaming thoughts recapped for our front page, then head on over to the Community Blogs and spin us a yarn.