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Jak and Daxter The Lost Frontier Review

The first three Jak and Daxter games were pretty great so I was always looking forward to finally playing the 4th one. Unfortunately it is a noticeable step down in terms of quality and ends up feeling a lot more like a cash-in title than a main game. 1.002 palabras más


PS2 Essentials: Bust-a-Bloc

In many cases the games that are part of D3 Publisher’s sprawling budget-price Simple Series are enjoyably experimental, while in others they simply represent traditional gaming genres brought up to date with modern (for the time) visuals and sound. 1.047 palabras más


PS2 Essentials: Kuri Kuri Mix

Have you heard the tale of FromSoftware, dear reader? Legend has it that long ago, in the dim and distant past, these renowned scribes were more than just “the people who made  1.091 palabras más


A Better Starting Five

Local store find, only $14 after a trade-in of unsold garage sale fodder. This is the first time I’ve seen a copy of Widget locally. Captain America is a tough find on the Game Gear too. 13 palabras más

General Finds

PS2 Essentials: Radio Helicopter

One of the most charming things about D3 Publisher’s Simple Series is its straightforward naming convention, which brings to mind the good old days of Atari 2600 games called imaginative things like “Combat”, “Golf” and “Dodge ‘Em”. 1.067 palabras más


I Love This Sh*tty Video Game Movie So Much And I'm Not Sorry

When I moved back to the states from Germany in 2005, I often found myself alone. Since I love horror movies, every Friday a new horror movie released, I would go to a matinee by myself. 605 palabras más


Shmup Essentials: Psyvariar

Shoot ‘em ups, being one of the oldest genres of gaming there is, have been a pretty constant presence in every major generation of gaming hardware. 1.174 palabras más