Going through my generously modified NES Classic, I stumbled across this title and thought that the artwork looked cool enough to just give it a go. I was genuinely surprised by how good of a time I had; It was no legendary must-play like a Mario or Zelda, but this hidden gem should not be... Continue Reading →
First off, anything with Naruto I normally am automatically subscribed to. It’s one of my favorite things period. Secondly, I hate things that are not canon and fortunately, Dragon Blade Chronicles is not. Naruto is about a young ninja who is rejected because he has a demon trapped inside him that killed a lot of... Continue Reading →
If you know me, then you know I clearly have a thing for nostalgia and old school games/shows. Code Lyoko was one of the shows that would come on as a kid and me and my brother would always watch it, with its super cool 2D and 3D animation, it was great for the time,... Continue Reading →
The first Grudge movie was one of the scariest movies I have ever seen (as a kid, at least). The guttural groan, the long black hair, and somehow being in every place you wouldn't want her to be made her the stuff of nightmares. Her little cat brother is weird, but he can be spooky... Continue Reading →
The original Paper Mario was my first game review and it set a high standard for the sequel, which I hadn't played in almost 10 years. The Thousand Year Door (TTYD) thankfully has lived up to the memories I had of it, and exceeded any sort of expectation the first one could have set. The... Continue Reading →
The only Rayman game I have ever seen was that Rayman Arena game that came out on the Gamecube and PS2, but apparently he has been around for longer than that, having games on the PS1 and the Sega Saturn. If you have played the new Rayman games then you have a general idea of... Continue Reading →
I got this today from my newest subscription to Video Games Monthly! They even gave me a 1 UP (a free game!)!
So if you have somehow missed out on a lot of the offshoot Pokemon games, most people might tell you to go and play them, like Pokemon Snap or the Mystery Dungeon series. However, on the Game Boy we witnessed an addition to the Pokemon offshoot family and that is Pokemon Puzzle Challenge. You can... Continue Reading →