0 CommentsPosted by Joel on May 3, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
Fear not ladies and gents, I am not here to overdo the excellence that is Retro Rewind, but to merely give an opinion on a port of a retro game (I swear it's not the same thing). As we can all agree, the NES is regarded to hold some of the most difficult games of all time, and the Mega Man series? Well, it relishes in it. I was moderately suspicious of the Mega Man 2 port for iPod an... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Joel on April 19, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Reviews, Xbox 360
Crysis 2 has its spectacular moments and top-notch graphics, it’s just a shame it spoils the fun with its constant chronic diarrhoea. The story continues on a good three years after the events of the original and to steal the bit-tech summary for the original’s plot, "Rescue these people who look to be being held captive by Koreans... Oh no Aliens!" Three years later and the origi... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Joel on April 3, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Xbox 360
In 1997 Duke Nukem Forever was in the works after 3D Realms' successful outing with their third in the franchise. Forever was said to be leaps and bounds ahead of other shooters of the time, utilizing the latest Quake II engine (even boasting destructible environments), it was set to be one of the greatest shooters to hit the late nineties and even the next decade ahead. The game wa... more.
1 CommentsPosted by Joel on March 28, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC, Playstation 3, Xbox 360
Horror games and I have always gotten along. I scoff at their futile attempts to scare me for more than a few hours, while they entertain me with the hardships of conserving ammunition, zig-zagging past hordes of zombies and gameplay style that is only forgiven in the genre. Although, the two games revealed by Capcom to be released in the current trend of we-need-the-money-so-lets-just-put-it-i... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Joel on March 23, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, PC
Steam could be setting itself to be the greatest piece of software to grace gamers all over again, if current speculation is to be believed. A popular trend on the internet is to record gameplay for a series of videos, montages or to commentate over, (as seen in the recent rise of Call of Duty commentaries flooding our subscription boxes on Youtube) but to do so, it requires third party hardwar... more.
4 CommentsPosted by Joel on March 10, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Handheld, Headlines, Reviews
In 1996 Game Freak unleashed upon the world a new breed of the JRPG and it was good. Since then, Red and Blue have evolved into shiny rocks, body parts, elements until finally reverting back to basic colors and this version of Pokemon most definitely demonstrates that an evolution isn't needed; a revolution is. Pokemon Black and White begins a little differently to previous titles, but mo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Joel on March 3, 2011 under Featured, General Gaming, Headlines, Playstation 3, Xbox 360
Mortal Kombat is upper cutting and slicing you in half on April 19th and 21st, (America and Europe respectfully) and NetherRealm is bringing the challenge and entertainment we've been waiting for since Mortal Kombat went sour, let's put it. In a video released today, the team described the new Challenge Tower mode and what it holds within it's three hundred mission long length. Well, do you lik... more.