Follow the track record of Capcom’s franchises and there will be a clear push for a return to form in recent years. With Resident Evil 6 upsetting critics and fans, the franchise had to make every attempt to create something worth the zombie enthusiast’s time. It seems that the lifeblood to the Megaman and Resident Evil company is to mill its backlog of original content, updating their forbearers to be reintroduced into the modern gaming world.
I take a break from horror related games this week to play a particularly infuriating game from my childhood, Karate Kid for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Along the way I find my inner fly catcher and maybe make piece with this demon from my past. Maybe...
To celebrate the release of Jurassic World, I'm taking a trip back to the 90's and the first Jurassic Park game released for the Sega Genesis (Megadrive in Europe). Prepare to see me OH MY GOD IT'S A T-REX.
In honor of the release of "Fury Road", I attempt to make some sense out of "Mad Max" for the Nintendo Entertainment System. A game where you can run out of fuel before you even figure out what you're supposed to be doing. Oh, and don't forget about the bumper cars.
As a lifelong horror fan and Mortal Kombat devotee, I was thrilled when Jason was confirmed to be a downloadable character in Mortal Komat X. Horror tie-ins aren't new to the franchise, as Freddy Krueger was a (somewhat disappointing) DLC character in MK9, but now that I'm seeing Jason in action in MKX, it seems that he should have been there all along. Look no further than the fact that homeboy comes to the fight having already killed someone, dragging them across the ground impaled in the skull with his trademark machete. Fatality?