People keep claiming that retro games are great. But if retro games are so good, why can’t I find any innovation in Chip’s Challenge 2? Where’s the experience points, crafting, or upgrade system? No one’s going to buy this.
I thought this movie would be a celebration of the video game industry. It would provide insights into game design and provide enlightening interviews with industry professionals. But like all great movies, there’s always a twist.
As I got to the movie theater ready to watch Godzilla for the fifth time, a poster for a one-time showing of a movie called The PlayStation E3 Experience caught my attention. Needless to say, while the poster said it would be about video games, I’m still not too sure.
Many people are praising the return of Dungeon Fighter Online so I had to check it out. Unfortunately, before I started playing, a thought occurred to me. Why did Nexon America shut the game down in the first place? The obvious answer: it’s not a good game.
I think this game represents everything that could go wrong in a video game. No wonder this game was never released in the United States because it would have received poor reviews across the board and would never become a multimillion seller.
EA has officially launched Dungeon Keeper for iOS and Android and the game looks so fun. Look forward to our review that will be finished in eight hours or you can give us a dollar to finish it now.
Normally I would cover this sort of story with the critical eye that most people would expect from Play4Real. But I really want to go. So this is my review of the PlayStation 4 and how it deserves a 10 out of 10.
This is the fifth and perhaps the final Play4Real Late Night Review. This game needs no introduction, it’s Mega Man Unlimited by Capcom. But is this game truly mega or is it a zero?
Today, I would like to celebrate the re-release of Donkey Kong Country on Amazon. I can already say that Donkey Kong Country is a 10 out of 10, but I would like to go into detail as to why.