Boogerman: RETROspective

The 90’s saw a wave of creativity that I believe is unrivaled to this day. Just about anything went in terms of game design. If you wanted to make a game about the dot from the 7-up commercials, you could do it. If you wanted to make a game about an earthworm in a superhero suit, you could do it...

Super Mario RPG: RETROspective

Everyone knows who Mario is. Your Mother’s Cousin’s Uncle’s Son’s best friend’s dog even knows who Super Mario is. Gamer or not Super Mario is a household name. While I can’t speak for everyone, Mario games were a staple for many kids growing up over the years, ever since we first picked up a Nintendo controller at Christmas and turned on the screen. Today I would like to talk...

Sonic Adventure: RETROspective

Okay, Sonic Adventure is a tough one for me to look back on. So, I played it again all the way through with the Steam version of the game. Also, with some mods on it to make it look just like the Sega Dreamcast version or as close to it as I could. Funny story about the Steam version, it's essentially a port of a port of a port. Anyway, while playing through I figured “oh man, my fond memories of this game are gonna be crushed. It has to be all nostalgia...

Goldeneye 007: RETROspective

In a time of remaster that and remake this and reboot those, its starting to feel like nostalgia is the only thing keeping gaming alive. I mean, hell, even this game had a shitty remake. Or was it a reboot? I have no idea what you would want to call it but it surely missed the point; A remake is suppose to enhance the feelings you...

Nightmare Creatures: RETROspective

Though Resident Evil is a great game it's been beaten to death with reviews so let's look at a more obscure title in this RETROspective, Nightmare Creatures. After the release of Resident Evil in 1996 developers really took off with the survival horror genre trying to get out as many games as possible. In 1997 we got Nightmare Creatures a game that was relatively fun for its time, brutally hard and...

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