So, I had an idea. Wait, why are you running? I know it may be a little dangerous when I get those, but this is a good one, I swear. So reserve your "what the hell is this guy talking about" until I make my case.
So when you hear about breaking the fourth wall, it doesn't mean one of the characters walking up with a sledgehammer ready to do some damage. It means they shatter the proverbial fourth wall. The thing keeping fiction as just that, fiction.
Now I know what you may be thinking. Why do Jack and Subject Delta have any need for a camera? Well, I'll tell you it's not because they both secretly have a passion for photography and are using it as an escape from the reality they find themselves in.
So I'll be honest with you here, I was one of the people very on the fence about this whole 3D Mario collection. On the one hand, I love each of the games that come with it, but on the other, I don't know why they didn't include Mario Galaxy 2.
We're going to be discussing two games today, both Pokémon Pinball for the Game Boy Color (released 1999) and its sequel Pokémon Pinball: Ruby & Sapphire for the Game Boy Advance (released in 2003.) Both these titles make up the entirety of the Pokémon Pinball series.
No, you didn't read that title wrong. I know, I know, you feel lied to. You feel betrayed. You feel like you can never trust me again. "How can this weeb who just talked about an anime for Christmas for over 5000 words a week ago not have played a visual novel before?"