As my time with Breath of the Wild winds down, I find myself reacting to the game in many ways. Some of those ways line up with the universal praise the game is receiving, but most of my time with the game has uncovered tremendous self-discovery, specifically in how I interact with games.
The unthinkable has happened. Someone actually finished an unauthorized remake of Metroid 2. AM2R maybe a dumb name, but there’s nothing dumb about this superb project.
The Playstation TV was launched in North America on October 14, 2014 to very little fanfare. Its a sleek piece of equipment that has more potential than 90% of all other stream boxes out there right now, but due to very poor launch planning and support the PS TV is little more than a paperweight.
The final game in my discount gaming adventure is a doosey. Medal of Honor, oh how you wreck of EA’s worst stenches, but can you redeem the original, by being a good game?
The PS3 and 360 are quickly fading into the our collective memories. As the new consoles take over, stores have to shift their stock to Xbox One and PS4 games.
Last time we looked at an under the radar Playstation Move game. This time, we dig into a game that was originally billed as the Littlebigplanet of cart racers (before there was a Littlebigplanet cart racer). Does the game quality get any better? Let’s see.