There are bad games. Games that are so bad that you’ll buy them when you see them just to find out for yourself. Games that are so bad that they have a type of charm to them. But then there are games like Damnation, which doesn’t even approach adequate or mediocre but isn’t so bad […]
Atlus could be one of the smartest companies of this generation. Why? Because of their investing in the last generation. The biggest developer / publisher still making / releasing exclusive titles for the Playstation 2 (that aren’t cheaper ports of next-gen titles,) Atlus has a major chunk of the largest install base in history practically […]
My wife loves me more than I thought. First she played through Trivial Pursuit with me. Now she played through Family Party: 30 Great Games with me. It’s going to be hard for me to write this review because I bitterly disliked FP:30GG, but I’m going to try to give the same time and consideration […]
Stealth games were made for me and I was made for them. I hope that doesn’t say much about my personal character, but there something I totally love about outsmarting my enemies, sneaking up on them and dispatching them without being noticed. It fills me with a sense of satisfaction that I don’t get while playing other types of video games. It’s almost adrenaline. So when I hear a stealth game has been released, I try to snatch it up as soon as possible. I give all of them a fair chance—even the abysmal Vampire Rain: Altered Species—hoping that I’ll discover a sleeper-hit.