Crash Bandicoot has become something of a tradition in my household between my three-year-old son and I. Bought on Black Friday I didn’t get playing it properly until the Christmas […]
Playing the remake of Resident Evil 2 gives you several happy emotions. You are drawn back to a simpler time when you played the first game, you are amazed at […]
Octopath Traveller for Switch is a beautiful game on many levels, it also has the best title I can remember in years. There are 8 protagonists, therefore Octopath makes perfect […]
Agents Of Mayhem has not met with a good reception from critics. Having listened to favorable comments on the DLC Podcast with Jeff Cannata and Christian Spicer it sounded like […]
In this new series, we will look at games that have gone from existence. Why they were so good and why they need to be renewed. The first in the […]
When Bray Wyatt triumphed at Elimination Chamber, it was the culmination of years of hard work and the evolution of a character that had no right to work. A kind […]
Modern Warfare Remastered Review – Charlie Don’t Surf, One Shot One Kill, Heat, No Fighting In the War Room And Mile High Club Remain The Ultimate Challenge On Veteran
In the third review of the big four shooters this fall after Battlefield One and Infinite Warfare we get the full HD remake of one of the best first person […]
With Summerslam being stretched to four hours this weekend, I thought it was time to look back at my favourite of the summer Pay Per View events. Back then there was no need to stretch an event out. This was how you did it old school. No non-finishes and the whole roster at their peak. Value for money at its finest with all these matches squeezed into the three hours
Despite recent efforts, Rare were once the definition of quality in games design. For a time during the N64 lifespan, they even surpassed Nintendo themselves for quality and creativity. The newly released Rare Replay gathers together 30 of their most famous games on one disc, despite a few glaring omissions, the collection is a reminder of how far the industry has come.
Released in 1982, Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner, based on the short story by Philip K. Dick has achieved something more than its original purpose. Whether by chance or design Scott’s film has become akin to a study text in the influence a film can have on other creative mediums.
In case you missed it end of level bosses are back in a big way. With the success of Bloodbourne and the Souls series, the struggle, that existed since videogames began is alive and well. But what bosses do you remember most and why? Let’s take a longer look at some of the best and worst.
This is a post I made on the now defunct 1up.com. RIP. I think it is just as relevant today. It also lets me go back and fix my punctuation, now I am a bit older and slightly wiser. These five games have mechanics that put most modern games to shame.