Category Archive: Games

My Bottom-5 Resident Evil games

Okay, just as with my Top-10 Mega Man and Bottom-5 Mega Man games lists, I decided it was time to also show the flip side of my Top-5 Resident Evil games list. This… Continue reading

Wacky Wheels Review

Wacky Wheels is a Super Mario Kart knock-off for the PCs but a surprisingly good one at that. Gameplay: 4/5 – After the starting awkwardness that comes from these types of “pseudo-3D” games,… Continue reading

Mighty No. 9 (Xbox One review)

Here’s my review of the spiritual Mega Man successor (sorry it took so long)… Gameplay: 4½/5 – The controls ever so slightly remind me of Mega Man X but Mighty No. 9 does… Continue reading

Rampage movie in 2018, the Rock and more

Reportedly Warner Bros. plans to make a film based on the Rampage arcade game by Midway (Warner Bros. owns the company’s current incarnation, NetherRealm Studios). Dwayne Johnson a.k.a. The Rock is attached for… Continue reading

Killer Instinct (Xbox One) review

I’ve finally had a chance to sit down properly with the latest instalment of the Killer Instinct series from Rare. The first two games are amongst some of my favourite fighting games and… Continue reading

Nintendo NX revealed as Nintendo Switch and it looks pretty awesome

Yesterday, Nintendo finally revealed their mysterious new game-system, previously referred to as Nintendo NX, to be Nintendo Switch. The Switch is a new interesting hybrid of a home and handheld console. Following a… Continue reading

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst Review (Xbox One)

Finally beat the main story of Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst, the sequel/reboot of the Mirror’s Edge series. Gameplay: 4/5 – The controls are just about as good as the first game. You can’t pick… Continue reading

Battletoads: Arcade Review (Xbox One)

Battletoads: Arcade was featured as one of the numerous titles on the Rare Replay Collection and I’ve been playing it a whole lot so here’s my review of it. (Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst review… Continue reading

Resident Evil: The Final Chapter Trailer (& what can we take from it)

The sixth and final film in Paul W.S. Anderson’s Resident Evil series will come out in January of 2017 (incidentally, very close to the seventh game in the series) and the trailer for… Continue reading

My Top-5 Resident Evil Games

I’ve been playing a lot of Resident Evil as of late and so I felt it was high time I listed my favourite games from the series. Although I’ve shown my affection for… Continue reading

My Top-10 Sonic Characters

Some time ago, I made a list of my favourite Sonic Characters. Back when I made it though, I was super self-conscious about including only characters from the games and as a result,… Continue reading

Resident Evil 6 Review (Xbox 360)

My attempts to catch up on the Resident Evil series has now reached the sixth official game of the series (or eighth but who’s counting)… Gameplay: 2½/5 – The regular gameplay resembles RE4… Continue reading

Castlevania vs. Mega Man – Round #8 (Castlevania for N64 vs. Mega Man Legends)

And lastly, we’ll look at the Castlevania and Mega Man series’ first attempts at 3D titles. These games were both rough going in since there really wasn’t much of a precedent. And perhaps… Continue reading

Castlevania vs. Mega Man – Round #7 (Symphony of the Night vs. PS1 2D Mega Mans)

We’re arriving in the second-to-last blog of this VS.-series and it’s once again time to shift consoles, this time to the Sony PlayStation. Before we take a look at how these two franchises… Continue reading

Castlevania vs. Mega Man – Round SiXX (Rondo of Blood vs. Mega Man X)

Our final pair in the battle of the 16-bit systems pits the only TurboGrafx-16/PC Engine title with the first game of the Mega Man X series. I admit this is an odd pair… Continue reading

Castlevania vs. Mega Man – Round #5 (Bloodlines vs. The Wily Wars)

From the SNES we now move to Sega’s 16-bit system, the Mega Drive a.k.a. Sega Genesis. Konami tried to add a new twist to its 16-bit Castlevania title for Nintendo’s competitor system. As… Continue reading