I choose Shadow of War and I was regretting it immediately. I did not play the first title of the series, Shadow of Mordor, and it makes the sequel difficult. It picks up right after the first, and there is no tutorial. It’s as if I was placed in the cockpit of a jet and told to go forth and save the world… Read More Blog #5 – Dilemma, RPG Craving
I play a lot of old games and I like to write about them to the point where I would even dare to call myself a writer. Not a good writer, just someone who knows enough about the language and has a pen and a notebook. I will confess now, recording my thoughts is a very selfish one. I will let you all in on a secret now… Read More Blog #4 – Video Games and Writing
Samurai Riot comes to us from Wako Factory. They are indie game developers from France and have been working on this game since 2014. It really does show because the production value is high. I may be used to 8 and 16 bit graphics and sound but I still know good art work when I see it… Read More Samurai Riot, A Beat ‘Em Up Review
as raw as it may seem to a younger generation it is still a wonderful game… Read More Teenage Nina Mutant Turtles 2 The Arcade Game
They played on time which was a personal let down to me considering their reputation… Read More Blog Post #3 – Guns N’ Roses
Play the Screenshot challenge and win a great prize!… Read More Contest #1 – Brought To You By Glitch Corp!
Blizzard, who are known now for their epic well made license to print money games, did not put any effort into the bad guys when it comes to this game. There are only 2 or 3 different enemies per stage, not including the boss. And the stages are decently long. So yes it gets soul-suckingly tedious… Read More The Death and Return of Superman – A Beat ‘Em Up Retrospective