Another piece of gaming history that reminds us "nostalgic" and "retro" don't always mean "classic."
Tag: Hamster Corporation
Far from being a superior technology, ROBO ARMY marches on to a short, mediocre end that might generate a little joy, but not a new fanbase.
Watch me pull a mediocre action game out of a hat!
The very first NEO GEO game finally makes its way to the Switch, but whether it's worth more than historical remembrance is debatable.
Sometimes art is simply about knowing what you like and don't like, and this was not the art for me.
An insanely solid run and gunner, Shock Troopers biggest fallacy is that the inferior sequel hit the Switch first.
Broken English and short story aside, Spin Master is a supremely well executed platformer that's just as fun to play today as it was back in the 90s.
The granddaddy of the modern gunner, the first Metal Slug, while dirt simple, still has its place in history and on the Switch.
Racing fans should strap in for this classic, but casual players may veer far, far out of the way.
Stepping back through time to an era of simple complexity, Mario Bros. reminds us to honor the history of gaming, for where we were leads to where we are.