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Nintendo has some big news and updates with its monthly Nintendo Direct, bringing its news “directly” to you. Here are some of the highlights. (0:00 – 2:04) – A new trailer for The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D for the 3DS, showing scenes of the classic 2000 game. The new re-release will be out […]
A few weeks ago we had the treat of reviewing Chariot for console. Developer Frima Studios have announced that it will be coming to Steam on November 12th. Chariot is a co-op game that follows the story of the Princess taking her father’s chariot to his final resting place. The game is a puzzle platformer […]
Outrun, Sega (1986) It’s a simple idea, car racing through picturesque places and locations, wonderful sights, nice chilled theme tunes to listen to and if you find the right arcade, a big ol’ impersonation of a sports car to sit inside and move around while you’re trying to drive with a TV screen sat in […]
Outfoxies, Namco (1994) It’s every once in a while a game really surprises me as to just how inventive an arcade game can be. It’s been a long time since I saw anything like this one and with Outfoxies, I can only really liken it to a sort of 2D version of the original Power […]
Freedom Wars is a third-person action game developed by Sony’s own “Japan Studio”, exclusively for the Playstation Vita. For those holding their breath wondering whether Freedom Wars would turn out to be the killer app the Vita deserves, you can breathe a sigh of relief. Freedom Wars is every bit as awesome as you were led to believe. Aside from a […]
The Evil Within got a lot of hype due in large part to Shinji Mikami being involved with the project. They marketed it as a survival horror game going back to the roots of what the genre used to be, instead of being overly action heavy as it is now. Add in some fairly popular […]
Operation Thunderbolt, Taito (1989) Rolling on the success of Operation Wolf, Operation Thunderbolt gives us more of the same with a fresh graphical engine and the ability to have two players at once shooting terrorists. Possibly inspired by the 1976 hijacking of a plane in which the rescue mission is also referred to as Operation […]
Movies and video games have a long history together. There are many games out there based on movies, and horror movies are no exception. There are some we all know, but there are also a few many people haven’t heard of. Here is a list of some video games based on horror movies, some you […]
I know what you are probably thinking: “I’m an over-thirty gamer with only so much time that I can spend outside of work, family, maybe a social life, etc. I want to use my time playing my favorite video games, not reading about them!” I know how it is. Time never seems to be on […]
Ninja Baseball Bat Man, Irem (1993) I’ve never been one for baseball, personally speaking. I do know it’s big in the ‘States and possibly as big in Japan, but it’s not really hit the mainstream here in the UK. Having played some baseball games, I’m fairly certain I know enough of the rules to be […]
Styx: Master of Shadows is a tale of a crotchety goblin who uses his sneak skills to steal, kill, and exploit. The only thing Styx doesn’t do with his skill set is keep the player engaged from start to finish.