There’s a reason that Metroid is one of the most influential video game franchises around, what with tons of spins on the fundamentals of its design showing up in the indie scene to the point of it being commonplace. Metroid titles, usually, are amazing adventures starring one of the most badass women in gaming through alien worlds to single-handedly take out threats to galactic safety. Whil...[Read More]
It’s kind of weird when you see a remake of a remake of a game. After all, The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess was originally supposed to come out for the GameCube, only to be delayed for a year and also see a bigger configuration on the Wii, with motion controls included. Both versions have proven to be timeless, even though there are some gamers out there believe – and rightfully so – t...[Read More]
Run, Smash, Kill, in old school goodness!
I love the God of War Collection for PS3 for a variety of reasons. One of the chief reasons is that it has seemingly given various publishers the genius idea of doing the same thing with their PS2 properties. So, following in the footsteps of Team Ico and Sly Cooper, Ubisoft is apparently getting ready to put the ol’ HD shine on Prince of Persia and Splinter Cell.
The Crow was an intense film about life, death and revenge. Now it looks like a second round is on the way.
Why does the movie industry feel the need to saturate viewers with movie remakes? Why not do something original more often? The last few years, especially, has seen a veritable explosion of movie remakes, and it seems the trend is far from over. Anyone remember the 1991 Phoebe Cates / Rik Mayall film Drop Dead Fred? It was a fantastic film that, while commercial unsuccessful, gained a very larg...[Read More]