Crazy Climber was the original vertical climbing game released in 1980 for the arcade and Atari 2600 system. Nintendo took notice and launched its climbing competition Donkey Kong in 1981. The sequel Crazy Climber 2 launched in Japan eight years later. Hyper Crazy Climber is another Japanese only game that was released for the PlayStation in 1996.

The game is ultimately about hope and despair. Monokuma's motivation is to create as much despair in the students as possible in an effort to get them to participate in the “Killing Game” and, we find out, to make a larger observation about life. What the game has to say about hope and despair is interesting but, from a Christian perspective, incomplete. Our hope is trusting the Lord and as such can never be taken away by any force unless we permit it. In this light Monokuma's objective h...

With all of the possible game modes there are over 600 levels to enjoy. Many consider this to be the best in the series with the addition of pulleys and chain reactions. The asking price of $5.99 is well worth the entry fee. Linux and Mac users can enjoy a free clone (without pulleys) called Frozen Bubble.

Wolf Fang is a gunner platformer game where you have to shoot down many enemies coming your way. There are various robots, jets and mechs trying to destroy you. Not surprisingly, a massive boss awaits you at the end of each stage. If your mech takes too much damage, the pilot will be ejected buying you more time but less armor. If enough power ups are collected a mech can be rebuilt, but I was never so lucky.

This week's FIFA UT Team of the Week has been released this afternoon, for FIFA 14. English Premier League stars Edin Dzeko and John O'Shea are amongst EA's pick for this week.

Starting XI

GK: Cédric Carrasso – Girondins de Bordeaux (France)
CB:John O’Shea – Sunderland (England)
CB: Souleymane Diawara – Olympique de Marseille (France)
CB: Michael Turner – Norwich City (England)
LM (CAM): Pedro Morales – Vancouver Whitecaps (Canada)
CM (CAM): Aaron Hunt – Werder Bremen (Germany)
CM...

With the announcement of the incoming GameSpy server shut downs on the 31st May, Battlefront II fans were left disappointed as they would no longer be able to enjoy playing this game online. However news has emerged that the owner of online gaming service, GameRanger, is able to support the online features of Battlefront II through his service and will continue to do so past the 31st of May and for the foreseeable future. GameRanger also hosts both Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo: Custom Editio...

This port has less than a two star rating on PSN because people didn’t realize that this game is practically unplayable since it is entirely in Japanese. The menus, dialogue boxes, and story are almost unusable unless you memorize what they say or can read Japanese fluently. The only part that is not in Japanese is the game over screen, but shortly after the game over screen is the option to save and/or load a save which again is in Japanese!

Starting an RPG is a massive undertaking for a gamer. While a 20 hour running time in almost any other genre is considered long, it is fairly short for any RPG made in the past 15 years, with games regularly reaching the 40, 50 or 60 hour mark. It probably won’t be a thrilling ride all the way through, either. Glacial beginnings and intermittent rough patches are practically hallmarks of the genre, while level grinding and sprawling, empty dungeons are merely commonplace.

So why play RPGs...

With the huge anticipation surrounding the upcoming Final Fantasy XV, let’s take a look to the best Final Fantasies that have made this franchise the most popular since the dawn of video games.

To celebrate the release of Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster in Western territories, Stephen from Leviathyn reflects on the ten greatest Final Fantasy romances.



What were the five most overrated games of the last generation? Gamers FTW have their answer but do you agree? The hugely popular Minecraft makes the list as does TES: Skyrim. You may be asking yourself why two of the most successful games of the last generation have been labelled as overrated by Gamers FTW. Read the full article to see their reasoning behind their choices.

NoobFeed's hottest gaming news for the week of February 23-March 1. NoobFeed highlights the hottest gaming news for the week of February 23-March 1 with censorship, mental illness and zombies taking the spotlight.

After releasing its massively multiplayer online (MMO) game to the public on PC earlier, Lego Legends of Chima Online is now also available for iOS devices.

I’m back, baby! What a week to show my face again, huh? I caught the flu and was so devastated I couldn’t make Gaming Happens (Or any!) videos for you all. It’s been too long; I’m so friggin’ glad to be back. Anyway, it’s Valentine’s Day today! For this week’s Gaming Happens, in the spirit of all the chocolate, I’ve concocted a list of my top 5 best and my top 3 worst video game romances. I hope you enjoy, lovelies. My gift for you on this precious day. Catch you next Friday with a new episod...

Could episode 2 wow gamers like the Wolf Among Us Episode 1 did? Its possible. There a few more twists and turn but it seems things are getting very interesting so far. The Gamer's Lounge has taken the time to review this episode and ask the hard hitting questions about what is really going on

NoobFeed's hottest gaming news for the week of February 2. Highlights the hottest gaming news for the week of February 2 with new bosses, a new franchise and new DLC coming out on top.