And the Review is in for FLYING DRAGON <— Go ahead and click the link here to read the Review or you can always go through the links above in the header! You know I will have to say that this game is something of a hidden gem. It has a good story and something of a unique fighting style for the NES! Check back later for the Video to be up and posted for gameplay footage and a Video Review!
Right now I am playing Flying Dragon at the moment for the NES and I am quite shocked to see how much was put into the game. Don’t get me wrong it is no means a perfect game but Culture Brain did put in a decent story, interesting combat system and a nice challenge to it. Expect a review for this and one more game because this will be a 2 part series on YouTube!
It has been a sad week for us all. First the PS3 servers are shutting down with some games and now Prima Games is closing their doors after 20+ years of great service to gamers everywhere. I still have a hefty collection of strategy guides and I will still collect them to this day. I feel that it is a missing link to gaming. There is something about reading a strategy guide and getting the story, background info, character info, items and level layouts that is just the best! Now don’t get me wrong not every Strategy guide is created equal and Prima Games were the best and still are. There are several different Strategy Guide out the from the UNAUTHORIZED, TOTALLY UNAUTHORIZED, BRADY GAMES, PIGGY-BACK, VERSUS BOOK and many more out there waiting to be claimed. I think that not only is it a financial reason they are closing doors but the fact that nobody really wants a strategy guide with their game not to mention most games nowadays a pretty linear and don’t need one but there is RPG’s out there that do require a Strategy guide such as Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy. One other thing is the price, who is really going to shell out $24.99 for a paperback book? I remember when they were $14.99-$19.99. and some of them go for $49.99 for collectors edition. It is really a shame that this is becoming a lost art for video games everywhere. Now we live in a digital age where we can just look up what we need.
Goodness there has been a lot that has been going on and trying to get a review out is madness!!
Superman Returns for the PS2 is something of a hit or miss and really is an easy game to beat. Not only did it take a few hours to beat but it is lacking in content seriously. Its medicore game play and lack of story doesn’t add to the excitement of the game but it does have redeeming qualities but you are going to have to read the review to find out more!!! More Superman games abound!!
For the past four days I have played Superman Returns for the Ps2 and I have a pretty good grasp on the game and everything it has to offer. Now my totally play time is around four and half hours and 75% completed but with that, I think I can write a review of the game. Now I have beaten this game before but was long ago, I really wanted to just play the game so I could see if this was any good just like the way I use to remember.
So I have finally finished Extermination for the PS2 and now I am on to my next game which is Superman Returns for the PS2. Now there haven’t really been any good reviews for this game and I do remember having fond memories playing this game (well at least flying around that is), so I thought that I would be in my best interest to replay the game and see if it still holds up to my memories or is this game complete trash like most people say..
Well I am currently two hours into the game and the combat style is hit or miss, and after the Warworld level, I spent about an hour and fifteen minutes fighting off Metallos army. Now the game says I am 44% complete with the game and I just got to Bizarro Superman. Its not the best Superman game but I am going to 100% this just to see anything else before I write a review on it.
What are your thoughts?
Its been awhile since I last could review anything and I have been trying to get back on track! So for your reading pleasure is my first Playstation 2 Review EXTERMINATION!
You play as Dennis Riley, a USMC out on a Recon Mission to a research facility in Antarctica but things aren’t going to be looking bright for Dennis as a Viral Outbreak has happened there! Do you have what it take to exterminate the virus before its to late?
With Halloween approaching ever so close, I have been thinking about different HORROR games that really scared me besides the obvious games like SILENT HILL and RESIDENT EVIL. Those games are staples in the Horror community and deserve to be there. ALRIGHT HERE WE GO!
Which HORROR game scared you the most?
1. FATAL FRAME
3. CLOCK TOWER
4. SLENDER MAN: THE ARRIVAL
6. THE EVIL WITHIN
7. DEAD SPACE
8. ALONE IN THE DARK
9. CALL OF CTHULHU: DARK CORNERS OF THE EARTH
I WANT TO HERE FROM YOU! If you don’t see the game that scared you the most on this list then go ahead and put it in the comments below! I am always up for a good scary game and I am wanting to here from you!!
You know what I haven’t heard about in a long time and that is ROBOCOP. I loved all of the movies, cartoons and even the video games! So I think I will take some time out and try to find anything I can related to ROBOCOP. I feel as though the best ROBOCOP game was ROBOCOP VS THE TERMINATOR and the hardest one of them all was ROBOCOP 3 for SNES and GENESIS.
So I think I will dig up anything I can for at least video games and other media related items.
Up for your reading pleasure is CORRIDOR 7: ALIEN INVASION! Do you have what it takes to traverse the difficult corridors that Delta Center has for you and defeat the Alien Invasion? Does this game fall flat or does it have something to offer for that Retro player yearning for adventure and excitement? Look no further than here and all your questions will be answered!