Remasters, though a practice in several forms of media, are maligned the most – arguably – in videogames. Causes of this are, I think, straightforward enough. Many games necessitate more of a person’s time than films, television series, and even novels, and revisiting spruced-up or augmented content is therefore more of an undertaking with games than those other mediums. But whether or not one is experiencing a re-released game for the first time, the word “remaster” immediately places an uni...
The Just Dance game series is quite fun and it’s a great way to burn some calories as well. The main problem with the normal Just Dance series is that it’s often bundled with many sexually suggestive songs. Just Dance Disney Party 2 doesn’t have that problem, but it’s also lacking many of the great features of the flagship game.
Since 1991, Sonic has ran his way from the 2D era to 3D leaving a trail of success and failure along the way. This list is my personal rankings of the hedgehog’s adventures. While there are a ton of Sonic games that didn’t make the list (Game Gear, Sonic Shuffle, Knuckles Chaotix, etc.) this is based on the platforming games and I didn’t want to make a ridiculously long list.
Just Dance 2016 is both fun and an excellent form of exercise. The song selection has a wide variety of songs that span over several decades. Many of the songs are safe for all ages, but some of them have strong sexual themes that make this a difficult game to recommend. If you’re unsure, there is a free demo available.
Succubus Morrigan Aensland captures the spirit of Darkstalkers and its anti-heroes.
Beautiful and sexy, Morrigan is a very special Succubus, even within all of the Darkstalkers: the powerful princess of the demon realm Makai is the successor to the throne of the Aensland family.
Zyaaa plays a friendly and approachable Morrigan despite her beauty and sexyness. She absorbs our spirit, just like Succubus race absorbs the spirit of the opposite sex and uses it as their own energy source.
Due to the complicated business side of the gaming industry, many game projects get lost in the development process, but not before they were showcased or leaked to the gaming community. MenStuff counts down 7 of the most promising-looking games that got sadly cancelled before their release.
Nicole from Vgamerz writes A ‘hobby’ is defined as ‘An activity done regularly in one’s leisure time for pleasure’. Common hobbies include an ensemble of varying sport activities, the reading of books, even trainspotting is considered a hobby. However, it has come to my attention that for a noticeable number of those outside of the gaming community that playing video games is highly disregarded as a hobby. That being said, what I aim to do here is try to defend this hobby that I personally pa...
"Once upon a time in a kingdom far far away, 2D platforming games were a true work of art. Those days are long behind us as we celebrate the 3D platformer. Although this beloved genre has suffered alongside the rise of the FPS, we take a look at some of the best platformer games we’ve had in recent times."
"This edition of Memorable Music in Gaming pulls from several different sources. A couple tend to be the usual suspects - well-known Nintendo titles for example. A pair of PC games and an arcade selection round things out nicely, however.
Darius (Arcade) - Captain Neo
Darius has always been ahead of its time: at time of release and even now, more than 20 years later. Its philosophical, bigger-than-itself feel and atmosphere is just as relevant as it was back in the day when games were ..."
"This week's collection of games comes from a variety of genres and systems. Some of the titles you might expect, coming from one of the most beloved franchises in all of video gaming. Some of the others? Probably somewhat more of a surprise.
Columns (SNES) - Clotho
Named after one of the Three Sisters of Fate from Greek Mythology, Clotho is one of the most recognizable tune from the 32-bit era of video gaming. Ask anyone and watch their face contort into one that of filled with nostalgia."
"With how popular streaming and capturing video game content has become, more gamers than ever are looking for ways to record and share their gaming sessions with others. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 released with features that tried to take advantage of this, and while they are better than nothing - there is certainly room for improvement. That is where options like the AVerMedia Live Gamer Extreme (or LGX) come in, delivering very high quality capture with lots of options and a relatively ..."
Putting YOU in the driver’s seat, Skylanders SuperChargers will introduce an entirely new way to play, with land, sea and sky vehicles appearing from September 20th 2015 in the US with Europe and Australia waiting a few days more before a 25th Sept release date let’s them get into the action.