Inexistence is proof that even a mostly average and almost completely derivative game can still provide an enjoyable if not particularly memorable experience. I had a great time with this title, but for the life of me I can't describe the vast majority of levels, bosses, or events that drive the gameplay along. Combat Sword … Continue reading Inexistence Review
Cave Story has come a long way since it's humble beginnings in 2004. A great game indeed that has recently just seen a very limited run of physical copies put into circulation for the Nintendo Switch. Released on June 20th, I picked up my copy alongside a brand new Nintendo Switch. This isn't going to … Continue reading Cave Story+ Special Edition for Nintendo Switch
This week I wanted to highlight an interesting non-linear action platformer called Blasphemous that is nearing the end of it’s Kickstarter campaign and is worthy of the attention of any Metroidvania fan. One look at the pixel art and smooth animation is enough to get any fan of the genre on board with what this dark and grisly title has to offer.
Quality Metroid clones don't come around everyday and Xeodrifter, even for it's flaws, is one of the most fun I've experienced. For some the 10 dollar price tag and relatively short 3-4 hours worth of gameplay might be off putting, but Xeodrifter provides an unoriginal, but enjoyable few hours of exploring various alien worlds while … Continue reading Xeodrifter Review
This week I wanted to highlight an interesting non-linear action platformer called Blasphemous that is nearing the end of it's Kickstarter campaign and is worthy of the attention of any Metroidvania fan. One look at the pixel art and smooth animation is enough to get any fan of the genre on board with what this dark and grisly title has to offer.
It's been a fantastic week to be a Metroid fan and the hits just keep coming since the announcement of both Metroid Prime 4 and Metroid: Samus Returns yesterday at E3. For further information about the announcements click here. Information has been pouring out about the collector and standard editions of the upcoming 3DS title. … Continue reading Metroid: Samus Returns Amiibos and Special Edition Announced
Since the begging of the Nintendo Spotlight at E3 2017, Nintendo has blown the doors off the whole event. From the relatively short, but dense with announcements conference spotlight to their post conference Treehouse event, Nintendo has proven that they have a lot of games in the pipeline for fans to look forward to. While … Continue reading Two Metroid Games Announced at E3 2017
https://youtu.be/KuTksXNEQwo Thanks to Gematsu's Youtube channel the community has access to 12 minutes of gameplay from this year's playable demo at E3. There's a lot to take in, but it looks like the development team has brought back many more staple weapons and abilities that should make fans feel right at home. As mentioned … Continue reading Bloodstained E3 2017 Demo Gameplay Analysis
E3 2017 is well underway and there has been a handful of surprises already, but my most anticipated game of 2018 recently had a new trailer drop and thought I'd take some time to do a bit of analysis on some of the details. Checkout the trailer below. https://youtu.be/jdPW472Nq4U The most promising aspect of the … Continue reading Bloodstained E3 2017 Trailer Analysis
An Action Packed Game That Proves That Mega Man Has More To Offer Even After 6 Classic Titles! The Mega Man series is one that needs no introduction and it’s a shame that the legacy has come to standstill in the past years with no end in sight, but that doesn’t mean we can’t … Continue reading Mega Man X (SNES) Review
A Grand Romp Amongst the Undead and Dracula’s Other Ghoulish Minions! Back in 1987 a little known game called Castlevania was published by Konami for the Nintendo Entertainments System. From the opening theme to the gothic tapestry of environments you will be exploring, Castlevania just screams fun. Gameplay Like most games of the 8-bit era, … Continue reading Castlevania (NES) Review
Indivisible Prototype is actually an alpha build of an upcoming, fully funded IndieGoGo campaign for the game Indivisible. Indivisible looks to be a game to keep on our radars as it advertises itself to bring together gameplay elements from Metroid and Valkyrie Profile. An interesting hybrid indeed. One thing to note when looking at the following … Continue reading Indivisible Prototype Review