Faint memories swirl about my brain as I recall the Super Mario World cartoon. It all seems vaguely familiar in my list of Saturday morning cartoons I can remember, but there is something blocking the memory for the show from being vivid like the ones I have for Animaniacs, X-Men, and Batman. Upon reviewing the video below, I can understand why: it was absolutely horrible.
In September of 2010 Square Enix released Final Fantasy XIV on PC, their second MMO with the “Final Fantasy” name attached. It was widely regarded as boring, repetitive, and overall terrible, prompting the producer of the game to resign and a full redesign to take place. In September of 2013, version 2.0 – the aptly […]
Over the last week or so I have been cleaning out boxes and boxes of old belongings that had been kept in storage for years and years. It turns out my childhood was filled with Nintendo things (which probably isn’t a surprise). Today, in a box that was uncovered (Nooo!), sat our favorite Robotic Operating Buddy, or as most know him: R.O.B. Since he had last seen daylight several years ago, his robo-body had gathered a bit of dirt and grime, so this afternoon I spent a little time cleaning him off.
A little over a month ago the game blogs lit up with news about OpenEmu, a program that was supposed to be the be-all-end-all of emulators. You might have used emulators in the past to relive the glory days of Bayou Billy, chances are that your experience might have been a bit lacking due to any number of reasons from controller support to OS support. The biggest hurtle for some of us might have been finding an emulator that works well on the Mac, for example.
Well fret no longer, Mac friends – sorry PC, you’ll have to settle for the dozens of emulators already written for your platform – because OpenEmu does solve a lot of these issues and wraps it all up in a pretty package to boot.
We are still about a year out on the next video game installment in the Witcher franchise, but that won’t be the only place you’ll be able to get some hot demon slaying action. Soon to launch from Fantasy Flight Games and CD Projekt RED comes The Witcher Adventure Game.
Good turn-based strategy titles seem to only come up every so often. Why that is is anyone’s guess, but when a really good one – Valkyra Chronicles, Fire Emblem – lands, it’s a pretty great time for those of us who enjoy the genre. Enter: XCOM: Enemy Unknown from Firaxis Games and 2K Games (ported […]