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Posted by: roosky in review, Roosky Plays Games 2 years, 6 months ago
Nostalgia’s a hell of a drug. This is seldom more apparent than when talking to someone about old Nintendo games. The first time I mentioned that Super Mario RPG was the next game in my queue, the friend I was talking to immediately responded, “That game is SO good.” Is it really?
Posted by: roosky in review, Roosky Plays Games 2 years, 10 months ago
As soon as the Might and Magic series came up in the RPG project, I was anxious about where to start. Book One, after all, was released in 1986 - still in the very early stages of the video game industry. It didn’t really pioneer anything new - the 1st person graphics had been done before in The Bard’s Tale, there was a pile of prior RPGs like Ultima and Wizardry, and it was pretty inferior compared to its contemporaries like the Legend of Zelda, and Dragon Quest.
Posted by: roosky in review, Roosky Plays Games 3 years, 4 months ago
This episode of Roosky Plays Games brings us 2002’s Splinter Cell. The random selection was actually Splinter Cell: Double Agent, the fourth installation of the Splinter Cell series, but the “sequel rule” means that we go to the first unplayed game in the series. I like to play things in story order. The first unplayed one in this case happens to be the first one in the series.
Posted by: roosky in game log, Roosky Plays Games 3 years, 10 months ago
I thought I'd try something new for this blog post. So here it goes - a stream of thoughts as I played through Bridge It+.
Posted by: roosky in Roosky Plays Games 4 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.
- 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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