Viewing posts from October, 2014
Posted by: roosky in Roosky Plays Games 5 years ago
"Find a water chip, or everyone you've ever known will perish," is a damn good start to an adventure. And so our hero (me) steps out of the vault, into the caves beyond with only a knife and his Vault-Tec jumpsuit.
Posted by: roosky in review, Roosky Plays Games 5 years ago
Some games stand on exciting or interesting gameplay. Some games stand on cutting edge graphics and sound. Some stand on beautiful artwork. Some stand on writing and an intriguing plot. Dracula Origin stands on none of these, which is a shame because I really wanted to like it.
Posted by: roosky 5 years, 1 month ago
Sometime back in my developmental video game years, I happened upon a copy of Sierra's Quest for Glory I: So You Want to Be a Hero. If you're familiar with the other Sierra * Quest games, it's in a similar vein. The version I happened to play was a second release with updated VGA graphics and sound that came out in 1992, and I instantly fell in love. I still have the hero's theme as my cell ringtone to this day.
Posted by: roosky in review, Roosky Plays Games 5 years, 1 month ago
The amount I enjoy a game usually corresponds to how good the game actually is. Every so often that’s not the case, and DiRT 3 is a perfect example. So let’s get this out of the way: DiRT 3 is a decent off-road arcade racer with pretty graphics and fun crash physics, and I enjoyed playing it. Now, let’s enumerate the reasons I hate it.
- Super Mario RPG
- Abandoned: Might and Magic Book One
- Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell
- Roosky Plays... Bridge It+
- The Treacherous Cliff of the Retro Game Difficulty Curve
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