I hate multiplayer-centric FPS games. I have also dumped more hours into Overwatch than possibly any other game I have ever played.
Quality has improved... but we deserve a better boss than Pharaoh Man.
The good, the bad, and the Toad Man.
How timely! With the announcement of the SNES classic, I present: the biggest douche on that list.
A literal dream come true.
I was raised in a family with some serious brand-loyalty standards. That TV still functions after 10 years? Then it’s Sony or nothing for life. Buying a vehicle that isn’t a Toyota? Preposterous. That kid is still playing the NES, and it still works? Nintendo or bust. So, no Sega Genesis for me. Not a … Continue reading Toejam & Earl
Yeah, yeah, I know, the blog title is deceiving. Lay off. For this one, I decided to fire up DKC2, which I have beaten before. I've run through the original DKC several times since the 90's, but I had yet to revisit this one. I'm sure the last time I had played was back in 1995, … Continue reading Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy’s Kong Quest
Kid Icarus was a game I “loved” as a child. I didn’t own it, and I don’t even remember where and when I played it – I guess as a rental. I have learned from hindsight, after finishing this game, that the "love" I felt was definitely jumping around platforms and shooting monsters to another unforgettable … Continue reading Kid Icarus
This game... is less than nice.
After hearing a brand new, NES inspired platforming adventure game had been released exclusively for the Wii U (as far as consoles, at least), I was instantly sold. The cost was $15, somewhat steeper than the $3 - 5 range I had been shelling out for downloads. I trusted the creators based solely where … Continue reading Shovel Knight