Hello my faithful fans! I hope everybody is doing well! Since I missed my article last week, due to computer mishaps, my viewers were treated to a surprise article from my buddy Jericoh101. Now today we are gonna talk about a game that’s near and dear to my heart. It was one of the first… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Crash Bandicoot
Happy Wednesday, y'all! Ready to talk about a retro favorite? On today's Cult Classic Throwback, we are going to talk about a real favorite among many far and wide - id Software's Doom. For some of you too young to know, or those who just need a brief refresher, Doom was released in late 1993… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Doom
I know, this is supposed to be a conclusion on Oceanhorn, but I unfortunately haven’t finished it yet for a few various reasons. One being my competition fatigue debuff has expired, which led to Jericoh101, Lady McCool and myself to hop back into Hunt: Showdown. In lieu of that, I thought I’d take a minute… Continue reading Let’s Talk: Super Mario Sunshine!
Those who know me know that I'm a huge Resident Evil fan. One of the greatest parts of Capcom's franchise is the titanic boss battles through out the series. This list is in no particular order, and each one on this entry remains at the top of their respective entry in the franchise. Let's get… Continue reading Top Resident Evil Bosses To Haunt Your Nightmares
Maybe it's due to the fact that I'm having a baby next week, maybe it's due to Covid boredom, but I have been feeling super nostalgic lately. Nostalgia is a hot topic these days too. You walk in to any game store, or used to be able to, and can find posters and figurines of… Continue reading The Best of the Super Nintendo
It is that time once again for a Cult Classic Throwback! Today we are taking it on back to May 21, 1997, when Monolith Productions and GT Interactive Software released Blood in all of its gory glory. Blood was a first-person shooter that featured a gun-slinging ex (sort of) cultist named Caleb on a vengeful… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Blood
It’s time for yet another cult classic throwback! This time we are taking it on back to the year 1998, when Tantrum Entertainment released Die By The Sword for Microsoft Windows. The concept behind this game was meant to be revolutionary – the player was given “full” control of the avatar’s sword wielding with a… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Die By The Sword
Think about it. It's 2007, and you just got home from school. Your buddy just called you on your house phone asking if you're going to get online, and where are you going on you high speed dial-up? Runescape. Runescape is by far one of the most legendary MMORPGs on the market today being in… Continue reading Revisiting Old School Runescape In 2020
Greetings again, gang, and welcome back for another go around. So, given what season it is, I’d like to take some time to talk about something a little different today. Our last few get togethers have focused mainly on the RPG and tabletop gaming side of things, but for this one I thought it’d be… Continue reading The Squared (8-Bit) Circle.
Y’all ready for a throwback? Let’s talk about a classic that not only (pleasantly) haunted my childhood, but soon became a cult favorite in the horror single-player community. Sierra On-Line's Phantasmagoria. The year was 1995. Interactive movie gaming was at its peak and that summer a brand new point-and-click debuted. Phantasmagoria was the brain child… Continue reading Cult Classic Throwback: Phantasmagoria