Monthly Archives: July 2015

Why Mega Man zero 5 Isn’t Needed

The Mega Man Zero series only has four games in it and would then actually see a conclusion. There is another series that is going on with the Mega Man ZX Series available for the Nintendo DS. Unlike the Mega Man and Mega Man X series’, this one actually has some serious conclusion and does

Mega Man 2 Walkthrough

Crash Man is often billed as one of the more troublesome robot masters in Mega Man 2. He hits hard and mercilessly, and unless you have his weakness (Air Man’s Air Shooter, which is ALSO tough to get) you won’t have an easy time beating him. Consequently this tough level should be one of the

Sci Fi Game Game Smugglers 4 Review Niels Bauer Games

Smugglers 4 is a game produced by small business called Niels Bauer Games. With the graphics, game play and ripped off ideas you can tell. You first choose which faction you want to be a part of: the Federation, Outer Rim Alliance, Coalition, or Syndicate. The federation, an obvious Star Trek steal, with it serving

Dragon Age Bard

The Bard is perhaps the most unique Specialization the rogue has available to him in Dragon Age Origins. Rather than enhance his combat abilities, it gives him a few options to offer additional support and utility that benefit the whole party. Most of the talents (all of which are songs) are sustained abilities, and only

Earthworm Jim Review

In a time where 2D graphics dominated the gaming industry, one game stood out from them all: Earthworm Jim. Picking up the game in 1995, I play the SNES version, and later on the Genesis, and I couldn’t help but love the game. If the action-packed zaniness and surreal environments didn’t grab you, the characters

Best Rts Games for PC

There have been many strategy games throughout the years, and the genre has developed into a variety of sub-genres. Perhaps the most popular, however, is the real time strategy game or “RTS.” In these games, you attempt to strategize against an opponent who is simultaneously working against you. Unlike turn-based strategy games, you are more

Manhunt 2 Wii Review

Rockstar could have pushed it to the limit with the Wii rendition of “Manhunt 2” yet it feels more like a downgraded version of the PS2 version of the game. This is all part of a small combination of Rockstar Games caving to moral outcry along with a half-ass attempt to port a traditional console

Super Mario World Donut Plains

After bidding farewell to the mellow Yoshi’s Island area, Mario is forced next to head to the Donut Plains. Filled with a group of new, decidedly unfriendly enemies – not to mention the game’s first ghost houses – the Donut Plains are not nearly as laid back as they sound. This area is quite a

Dragon Age Ranger

The Ranger is a bit of a different Specialization for the Rogue. Rather than give the character some brand new abilities, what it really does is give him the opportunity to bring in an animal pet to help in combat. The pet works much like a sustained ability, but will behave, for all intents and

Why Landstalker should be Released on the Xbox 360 Live Arcade

Landstalker is a cult-like game from Climax entertainment that was released in 1992 and 1993 in Japan, the United States and the United Kingdom on the Sega Genesis and Sega Megadrive consoles respectively. Almost twenty years on from its initial release, Landstalker continues to maintain a huge and cult-like fan-base for its unique and immersive