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“One more try…. OK one more… Alright, just one more!” I’ve never said these words as much as when...January 27, 2014
Shadow Warrior was originally released in 1997 and developed by 3D Realms, the same bunch who was behind the…January 3, 2014
Some gamers feel obliged to promote the console they possess and feel is the best while others do not…December 27, 2013
I organized a nice cozy diner last week to kind of try and celebrate my birthday and a dear...July 23, 2013
Last week-end, I took my son for a haircut at Uncle Bill’s which happens to be located in the…June 11, 2013
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Let’s be clear about the term “fighting game”… If only fighting was concerned, most beat’em all would fit the...May 9, 2013
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- By Yuri Mortenzen on January 27, 2014Read more
“One more try…. OK one more… Alright, just one more!” I’ve never said these words as much as when I started playing Rogue Legacy, an indie title which is PC exclusive at the moment and can be purchased on Steam. It makes me laugh as lots of PC gamers are playing this game on a machine powerful enough to land
- By Yuri Mortenzen on January 3, 2014Read more
Shadow Warrior was originally released in 1997 and developed by 3D Realms, the same bunch who was behind the very popular Duke Nukem. Shadow Warrior was very similar to Duke Nukem as it was, well, developed by the same developers, more or less around the same years and using the same engine… Lots of games “a la Duke” came out in the late 90’s like Blood or Heretic.
- By Yuri Mortenzen on December 27, 2013Read more
Some gamers feel obliged to promote the console they possess and feel is the best while others do not care… They sometimes put so much animosity in debating their console is the best that the debates are sometimes referred to as “Consoles War”. Those vehement debates keep the gaming community active, and if some gamers reminisce over them it’s because those discussions were the “heart” of our schools recreation grounds when we were kids… But honestly, we can be nostalgic about it but those conflicts never ended and are still very true up to this day… And this war is every day’s life for games editors and developers who have been fighting it for years. That is why I believe the “Consoles War” will remain until all consoles makers go bankrupt (or only one remains).
- By Yuri Mortenzen on July 23, 2013Read more
I organized a nice cozy diner last week to kind of try and celebrate my birthday and a dear friend of mine was kind enough to bring a birthday cake and The Last of Us as present. I’ve played the game for about 4~ish hours now and I know he’s eagerly waiting for me to review it so here goes…
- By Yuri Mortenzen on June 11, 2013Read more
Last week-end, I took my son for a haircut at Uncle Bill’s which happens to be located in the vicinity of Pro Station. While leaving the salon, my 5-year old looked at me and obviously had something on his mind. He started explaining to me that he really liked Batman and that must have been the logical reason behind the fact that we have a few Batman games at home… He then went on pondering the rational explanation that could expose the reason why we had no Transformers games, although he also likes Transformers a lot.