Systems I have spent a decent amount of time with from generation four are Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, Sega CD, and Game Boy. It's a generation with so many great games that this list was very hard to narrow down. Unfortunately if you read my Top 5 Favorite Games article then you already know what three of the games are going to be, but that's fine! There are still seven games that are a total mystery, so read on!
Sunday, March 19, 2017
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Systems from generation three that I have spent a lot of time playing are very limited, as I have only really played the NES to any length. The Sega Master System is also part of this generation, but nothing from that system resonates with me to the point that I would say it's one of my favorite games from the entire generation, therefore, all games on this list are on the NES.
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Superheroes change their costumes from time to time, whether it be for story purposes or because someone else has taken over the role. There are times when these changes occur and I end up liking the redesign more than the original. Here are eight of my favorite versions of superhero costumes!
Sunday, January 22, 2017
Recently I started to become interested in comic books again, mostly vintage comics or comics that came out when I was a kid (which I guess actually makes them vintage by this point). A few nights ago I was browsing covers for the original Marvel Star Wars comics, and I discovered some interesting pieces of art.
Monday, January 16, 2017
I have recently been considering expanding the array of topics I write about. I'm not saying that I would stop writing about video games, but I was thinking that maybe adding things that aren't game related would give me a wider spectrum of posts. Basically it would be more what I would consider to be traditional "blog posts" as well as features and articles. As it is, everything I post requires quite a bit of planning and in many cases takes hours and hours to execute. Sometimes weeks, which was the case for the last two things I posted.
Just a thought.
Just a thought.
Sunday, December 4, 2016
With the arrival of the new Mini NES console, people all over will be able to play classic NES games from their youth or, in some cases, for the first time ever. One of the games contained on the console is Zelda II: The Adventure of Link, a game which I feel is unfairly criticized online for its crushing difficulty and the admittedly different direction the game takes compared to the rest of the series.
With this walkthrough, I am going to try to give newcomers an edge and take them through the game in a way that hopefully cuts the difficulty down dramatically. Even if you're not a newcomer to the game, this guide might help you enjoy the game a bit more.
Friday, November 4, 2016
Today I present to you a complete walkthrough of this phenomenal game. I have never written a walkthrough before, and I can't imagine a better game to be my first. Please give this game a shot and please enjoy this walkthrough I have written! I hope it helps someone!
Sunday, September 11, 2016
I don't know how it happened. I didn't mean to start buying amiibos. I really didn't.
I have been against Skylanders from their inception, and Disney Infinity didn't get my attention, either. Even when they added Marvel and Star Wars to the mix. amiibos were at least interesting to me because I could get little nice looking figurines of characters I might not otherwise have a figure of.