Tag: video game culture
With the Nintendo Switch dominating the gaming market, and more developers working to bring their older titles to new system, I thought I'd take a look at some of the best games from previous generations that I'd happily pay money to play on the Switch.
Earlier this week, Star Wars Battlefront released on consoles, at last ushering in a new age in Star Wars gaming. As such, this seems like the perfect time to look back at the best Star wars games worth dusting off your old consoles for. Come inside to check it out!
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've mentioned a few times (just as recently as this morning actually) how much I love the LEGO video games, and their unique brand of humor and gameplay. Today brings us a great video featuring "gameplay" of what a LEGO adaptation of this year's amazing The Last of Us would look like. It's definitely not for kids...
There are very few things in life I love as much as Star Wars, but among them would probably be my passion for retro video games. This new animated short film from James Farr combines both of those into one of the best things I'll see all week for sure. Come inside to see what happens when the world of Nintendo combines with Star Wars, and try to spot all of the various references!
Some people love Final Fantasy VII, and some people LOVE Final Fantasy VII. This web programmer out of Australia falls into the latter category as he's begun recreating the classic game as a 2D-Demake, in the style of older SNES RPG games. Come inside to check out what he's done with it so far, and generally how aweome it looks.