Classic games are called “classic” for a reason. The Donkey Kong Country series were some popular platformers on the Super Nintendo back in the mid to late 90s. They combined unique graphics technology with sharp platforming elements to create some seriously challenging experiences for gamers. Few players will forget the white-knuckle mine cart segments, or
The Last Action Hero What happened to the action hero? That impossibly buff, remarkably handsome, and completely badass, hardcore, ain’t-afraid-of-nothing, ice-cold mamma jamma has been curiously absent since the 80s and 90s. The new-age action hero is more concerned about his feelings and the ramifications of his actions when he really should be blowing stuff
Lets think back to 2007 for a moment. That one time you somehow survived a plane crash, finding a deserted lighthouse and using the submersible within to be wowed and slack-jawed to the underwater city of Rapture, only to be almost killed the minute you docked by a splicer. Bioshock: Infinite has been released and
Resident Evil 6 was announced to the world with Leon S. Kennedy killing a zombified President of the United States. From that moment, we knew that the next entry in the series wasn’t going to hold anything back… or at least that’s what we assumed. Capcom’s latest installment to the Resident Evil franchise was created
Supergiant Games Bastion was on my watch list from the second I saw its gorgeous art style. Since then, Ive been counting down the days till I could finally pick up this game and see what it was all about. Now that the game is out, I had the chance to download my pre-ordered copy
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