Month: July 2018

The Landscape of Retro Gaming

My initial topic was ‘Retro gaming vs Rom gaming’, but after writing a short draft I realized there was far more to the discussion. These days it has become so popular to play retro games that the options aren’t limited to rom’s, there are ports, remasters, virtual console has been a thing for a long…

Is the Wii U worth buying in Mid-2018?

Specifying “mid” simply because of the amount of Wii U ports to the Switch that have happened this year… Which is why I thought discussing such a topic was worth while. When Nintendo is porting almost every first party title to the Switch, and we can probably assume ones that aren’t, will be, Is the…

Sonic Adventure (Review)

Most would argue Sonic Adventure doesn’t need a review, however in a world where every new 3D Sonic title is ragged on for being buggy and a poor representation of Sonic. Sonic Adventure reminds us that Sonic can be 3D it just hasn’t been done right in quite long time. Now I’m not going to…

Golf Story (Review)

A 16-bit top down RPG where instead of casting spells or shooting weapons, you play golf!.. Which isn’t quite what I was expecting. In fact. I’m not entirely sure what I was expecting beyond it being an RPG based around golf. However. For someone who has never been into golf or golf video games particularly. I…