If you have played Cave Story and enjoyed it, you should check out Momodora III. To say this game is a Metroidvania style game would be a minomer for the genre that this game belongs to. Momodora III does feature sprawling levels, melee combat and a gripping storyline which will keep you interested in finding […]
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Athenor is a new graphical adventure game for the Amstrad CPC that hearkens back to the days of early graphical text adventure games such as the Questprobe series. These games were known for having both graphics (top of the screen usually) and text input (bottom part of the screen). Athenor is squarely in this line […]
Remember playing Combat on the Atari 2600? How about Street Fighter II? Now imagine mixing both into one game? That is basically what Super Tank Wars is, Combat mixed with the characters and the over the topness of Street Fighter II.
It sucks big time when parents pass away. It is life but it sucks, nonetheless. One teenager has found a way to relive his glory days of playing the original Xbox with his father’s ghost in Rally Sports Challenge.
What if I told you that there is another level, an inaccessible one before now, that was in Sonic Adventure DX? Windy Valley is the name of the level that was not accessible by fans but is now. Windy Valley was shown as a non-interactive demo in the early days of Sonic Adventure on the […]
The Avengers are one of the Marvel teams that has kind of gotten the short end of the stick with games. Characters have gotten their own games from Captain America to the Incredible Hulk but as a team, the pickings have been slim (outside of the arcade game that is serving as source material for […]
Piko Interactive are known for their classic releases on the Super Nintendo and with enough help, they are looking to expand to Steam. The first title that is scheduled to go up on Steam, if it passes Steam Greenlight, is Super Noah’s Ark 3D- a Super Nintendo title that was thought to be lost to […]
Elite, a game that is thought of in a great light by those that have played it. Those that have not played it, well, you don’t know what you have missed out on for all of these years. Thanks to indie developers, Oolite is coming along nicely- it already has over 500 “expansion” packs available.
Everyone knows that Law and Order, nearly all of the spin-offs and the original, feature storylines that heavily reference real world events. Names and other details are changed and sometimes facts from multiple stories are mixed into one episode to keep the show interesting. Highway of Tears is a game that is aiming to do […]
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