There are portions of Castlevania that will defeat you. Portions that will make you look back mournfully over your life and the decisions that led you up to this point – your 17th straight death courtesy the Medusa heads.
Note: The Story section of this review contains story spoilers. Intro: The original game was published by square enix for the Super NES with an American Release in 1991 as Final Fantasy II, Final Fantasy IV Advance (for the Gameboy Advance). Pl...
Intro: Double Dragon is one of the first side scrolling beat'em up games, very popular in the arcade platform. Really, this is the first released game in the ever-popular series of double dragon games.
When the first Tomb Raider game came out, a lot of gamers were of the opinion that the developer's Core Design essentially created a game out of the Indiana Jones movie franchise and put Lara Croft in place of everyone’s favorite whip-cracking adventurer. This game also joins the list of rare Blockbuster Exclusive video games, which we wrote an awesome article about.
The Intro: If War Thunder was a movie, it would probably have Steven Spielberg behind the camera. There are epic battles, massive explosions, hair-raising combat sequences and the sheer size and scale of the conflicts involving planes and tanks gives it the look and feel of a big budget film.
Video game trade in gives you more money to buy the games you want to tackle next, while reducing the overall amount you spend to pursue your love of gaming.
A lot of role-playing games (RPGs) new and old let you pick the sex of your character (male or female) before you start. Which is awesome. I’ve played Mass Effect with both Maleshep and Femshep characters and got two games’ worth of quality voice acting for the price of one.
Intro: I’ve certainly realized why Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3 was voted the best game on the Nintendo NES in 1992. This release of the turtles game was similar to Turtles II: The Arcade Game. It featured side-scrolling action.
If you cheered when Optimus Prime punched the living daylights out of those Decepticons in the jungle scene from Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen, you’ll be right at home. If you aren’t, there’s still very few things that are more gleeful than taking control of a hulking mech that can dish out obscene amounts of damage.