As a fan of Japanese style role playing games, I have been more than a little disappointed with the offerings of our soon to be last gen. So what do you do when there are no good rpgs to play? You look for obscure retro rpgs, duh. Today we are taking a look at a classic role playing game that answers the question, what do you get when you combined early PC and Japanese console rpgs? Can the offspring of such a sorted affair possibly yield a good game? Let's find out in my review of Septerra Core.
Welcome to the Pilot of Jake Maximus, a show about me exploring space and conquering the harsh evils of the universe... used to, till I decided it's more to play games and tell you my thoughts about them. I mean nobody has done that before.. right.
Coming hot off the heels of their latest failure, Resident Evil 6, Capcom new they had to do something appease the fans of the series. These guys knew they were in a difficult position and the fans would not forgive another failed attempt at survival horror. So Capcom decided to re-make a 3ds game? Could a true survival horror game fit into the confines of
Nintendo's latest handheld? Could Capcom possibly make up for Resident Evil 6? Let's find out in my review of Resident Evil Revelations.
Once a year, Double Fine drops everything and spends two weeks feverishly developing brand-new prototypes. These experiments have resulted in full games like Costume Quest, Stacking, Iron Brigade, and Middle Manager of Justice.
A Psychic Odyssey Through the Minds of Misfits, Monsters, and Madmen. This classic action/adventure platformer from acclaimed developers Double Fine Productions follows the story of a young psychic named Razputin.