In the collective gaming consciousness, there exists two versions of Digital Pictures’ Night Trap. One is a cheesy, B-movie inspired interactive movie about vampires that helped to define the moderately short lived Full Motion Video game genre. The other is a game thrown against the wall with Mortal Kombat and figuratively shot by a Senatorial … Continue reading Night Trap 25th Anniversary Edition: You Oughta Be In Pictures
How do you follow up one of the best video game trilogies of all time? By retelling it, apparently. That's the direction Bioware went with its newest chapter in the Mass Effect story. Beginning just after the start of Mass Effect 2, the Citadel has approved the launch of the Andromeda Initiative, a program designed … Continue reading Mass Effect Andromeda: And We All Shine On
Progress continues as I lead humanity to a foothold in the Andromeda galaxy. Rather than write down my experience to date, I thought I would do it with pictures instead.
It was one of those worst kept secrets. Given Nintendo's success with the NES Classic Edition, it was all but inevitable that a Super Nintendo Classic Edition would be on its way. And here we are! Launching on September 29th, this $80 Raspberry Pi in a box features 21 games (included the never-before-released Starfox 2) and … Continue reading The Super Nintendo Classic Edition Is Coming. Worth It?
It’s not me, it’s you. Or it might be both of us. I’m not wholly sure I want to take most of the blame right now. The more time I put into Persona 5, the more its sheen begins to dull. As of this writing, I’ve spent close to 60 hours guiding the Phantom Thieves … Continue reading Persona 5: Breaking Up Is (Not So) Hard To Do