Tag: RETRO GAMES
Things have been quiet since we originally reported on a planned remake/remaster for Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic. With many fans still crossing their fingers and waiting, we have some new information to update you all with. Come inside to learn more!
Brett Douville, lead programmer for one of LucasArts most beloved and fondly remembered titles, Star Wars: Republic Commando, was kind enough to chat with me about his experience at LucasArts and dive deep into the heart of what the game work. Come inside to check out my full interview!
Take a peak around any gaming community these days and you’ll find complaints in abundance about the recent trend of video game remakes/ports to new consoles. I hate to break it to you, but it’s not a new trend. Let’s talk about the history of gaming remakes and why they serve a more important purpose than pissing off people.
One of the most popular and critically acclaimed Star Wars games ever released is over a decade old now, and for the last few years many fans have been clamoring for an updated version of the game for current consoles...Well guys it looks like next year you'll be getting your wish. Come inside to learn more!
The Harvest Moon series, known in Japan as Bokujo Monogatari, has been capturing the hearts of its fans with its simplistic gameplay style for nearly twenty years. The series originally launched on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System in 1996 and fans have been losing their lives to the time sink that is Harvest Moon ever since.
I always knew that one day, I would write a tribute to my favorite game of all time in the form of an article. There’s no better time, as it’s Nintendo Exclusives month in Gamerlinx town and I’m pulling in, parking my rhino, and telling you why I think Donkey Kong Country 2 was one of the greatest Nintendo exclusives to grace this earth.
Many retro games are notoriously difficult and avoiding imminent death is common place when playing a game like Battletoads or Altered Beast. Here we shine the spotlight on 5 Retro pests that further amped up the difficulty and perhaps caused us to sprout a few grey hairs.
To become a part of Sony’s Platinum range back in the days of the PS1, a game had to sell over 400,000 copies worldwide within a year of it’s release. Here we have hand picked 5 games that managed to make it to Platinum and take a look at what made those games stand out among the crowd and shine brighter.