There is a video game series, one of my personal favorites, that is also quite dangerous. The danger lies in the fact that if I sit down and start a session with with one of the games, I tend to play until I beat it. When I noticed last week that Resident Evil 4 HD was on sale for half off, if you have Playstation Plus, and I picked it up, this very phenomenon occurred. I now own this game three times and I’m okay with it.
Looking back on the Nintendo 64, there are quite a few games that stand out as becoming instant classics that are beloved even today. I don’t need to tell you that Star Fox 64 is one of those games. It was the game that was prepackaged with the rumble pack, now a standard feature in most controllers, and it featured a fully-voiced script. So, when Nintendo announced the two N64 games that were getting remade for the 3DS, I couldn’t have been happier about their choices, but how does the game hold up and how good of a job did they do with the remake?
The pre-rendered CG done to a screaming rock soundtrack may be frightening, but this demon and his many minions look kinda
don't worry that you can't understand Japanese; I can't either. This is the debut trailer for Lord of Apocalypse. All I know is that the visuals are interesting and the music is beautiful.
Last year, one of the games that defined multi-player first-person shooters on consoles got remade for the Wii. Today, Activision has not only announced a release date for the HD version of the game, coming to Xbox 360 and PS3, but also a special bundle specifically featuring the Playstation Move. I am, of course, referring to Goldeneye 007: Reloaded, the remake of the classic N64 hit which still sits inside the console hooked up in my bedroom.
A new week, a new ESH Podcast Episode. This week the ladies talk zombies and statutory vampire rape with their takes on Deep Silver's action-survival-horror-RPG Dead Island and FUNimation's Dance in the Vampire Bund.
The Dragon Quest series has been like a nomad since pat 8. Dragon Quest IX never even came to consoles, and now we get news of Dragon Quest X. Since part 9 was exclusive to a Nintendo system, it was
So, a cradle for the 3DS that has a second analog stick. Trust me, I know what you’re thinking, but let’s take a second, take a deep breath and break this down. I’m not here to say that this practically confirmed rumor is a good or a bad thing, but it may not be quite what it looks like.