Denis Murphy writes- Lets be honest, videogame movie tie-ins are, for the most part, pretty shit. There are rules to the exception though of course, with the likes of King Kong, The Warriors, Spider-Man 2 and Golden Eye 007 being the very few that managed to live up to their source material. But as I said, for the most part they're shit. So when this latest title popped up on my radar I wasn't exactly dying to get stuck into it.
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When October strikes, Halloween soon follows, and when that occurs, all of the spooky scary stuff comes out! At least, that's what Spook thought when he played through and reviewed an import game by the name of Nanashi no Game - it's one of those games that probably would've been better if it didn't require the DS to be held like a book since it provides a compelling narrative and an interesting approach to not only retro RPGs but survival horror, as well!
Portland Retro Gaming Expo was this last weekend and it was well worth the journey. It didn't matter what people were there for, from the arcade games and pinball, Tetris World Championship, to the panels and the vendors there was something for every kind of gamer. This may be the best retro gaming expo the United States has to offer.
"Online gaming publication IGN has decided to gather together and listed their 125 all-time favourite Nintendo games of all-time. Given how many classic games the company has produced it clearly wasn’t a very easy task. You can watch the video to find which game the publication deems the best Nintendo game of all-time."
Following the tragic news of the death of pro gamer Danny 'Phobos' Zeitz, I thought I'd whip up this article about safety on the internet.
Danny was trying to sell his unwanted PS4, when the buyer tried to grab the console and throw it in his car to steal it. During the struggle the buyer's 16 year old girlfriend, whose 16 month old baby was in the car, grabbed a .25 Pistol and fired a shot, which went through her boyfriend's hand and into Danny's chest. The console and the meet up had be...