Posted on 2 October, 2014 at 5:51PM
Posted on 27 February, 2013 at 02:32AM
What was that about it being too PC heavy around here? Sorry, but I'll get to that later. The recent article on Doom inspired me to give my two cents about my favourite "Doom clone" Heretic.
Released in 1994 using a modified version of the Doom engine Heretic and its "expansion" Shadow of the Serpent Riders was a great FPS that in my mind, trumps Doom 1 or 2.
Posted on 20 January, 2013 at 8:37PM
Okay so less strategy guide more review this time.
Made in 1994 by Parallax Software and Interplay Descent was a rather unique FPS game that spawned several sequels and expansion packs. It features movement with six degrees of freedom in a zero gravity setting.
Posted on 9 November, 2012 at 3:09PM
Why Halo there...
...That was stupid. Let me try that again.
I have just recently finished playing through the campaign of Halo 4, so I have decided to do a review of my experiences playing through that game. I am a big fan of the Halo franchise, in fact besides Metroid is probably my favorite video game series. Halo 3 was one of my favorites out of all of them, its balance between a solid campaign and a great multiplayer made it the best all around.
At the end of Halo 3 when I saw that Master Chief was orbiting around another planet I was eager to know where his journey was going to take him next. I was even more happy when they announced another Halo game, but it turned out to be Halo: Reach, which was an exceptional game, But there was no Master Chief to be found.
Now, fast forward to November 6, 2012, Halo 4 is released on the Xbox 360, and I think to myself "Yes, back to the old. I can fight the Flood again, I get to find another Halo Installation, and I even get to meet the Forerunners, this will be great."
Posted on 4 August, 2012 at 02:14AM
Modern First Person Shooters, marvelous aren't they? In case you didn't pick up on it, that previous statement was a sarcastic statement, most modern FPS's (Didn't know how to make that plural) are just your basic Call of Duty rip off. You know, modern military shooter, crappy campaign, Aim down sights, kill minorities etc. The only thing that game makers even try to do to make these games better is to put as much into their multiplayer as they can and as fast as they can: I am not saying that the multiplayer is bad, I am saying that the game itself is not worth the 60 dollar price tag for a game that only offers one worth while feature.
Posted on 30 June, 2012 at 8:46PM
Aliens vs. predator, for some people they are transported back to the '90s to a time of the Jaguar. Others not so far back to some, alright movies. I thought they were alright anyways. But an even fewer number of folks think back to the latest Aliens vs. Predator game, for modern consols.
Well, here we go. Time to dive into another game that wasn't really well recieved.