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- April 7th, 2017, 11:41 am
- Forum: Modern Gaming
- Topic: YOOKA-LAYLEE is a disappointment!
- Replies: 37
- Views: 4767
This is the problem I see, Here we are in 2017 and the games of today are not being released as complete "polished" games. I use the term "Polished" a lot because many are furious that games that Developers have spent time on were not completed before a deadline. Polished games a...
Having finished Way Of The Warrior, And it's final boss I do feel that while the game hasn't aged well it does have novelty value because it's animation is smoother than Shadow: War of Succession but it's controls are just as bad if not impossible to pull off unless you tap those buttons and d-pads ...
- March 6th, 2017, 10:48 am
- Forum: Review Feedback
- Topic: 2017/3/5: Nintendo 64: Top Gear Rally, Carmageddon 64
- Replies: 10
- Views: 2215
Carmageddon 64.. The worst example of what happens when you try to port an PC game to the N64 and do an Half-A**ed job doing so, I almost smashed the cart I have due to how bad it is. This game made a mockery of a Gaming legend for racing fans on PC. I have found memories of Carmageddon, and TDR 200...
Before I got Way Of The Warrior, I thought I had seen it all with a game called Shadow: War of Succession, That game's awful controls reminded me a lot of Kasumi Ninja on Atari Jaguar but Shadow lowered the bar to even more stunning lows with it's horrific controls, Shockingly bad "animation&qu...
- March 1st, 2017, 10:47 am
- Forum: Now Playing
- Topic: Way Of The Warrior on 3DO
- Replies: 7
- Views: 1027
Having played an awful Mortal Kombat clone called Kasumi Ninja, And seeing a review by TheVideoGameCritic for Way Of The Warrior I am seeing for myself just how bad the game really is. As A "Punk" gamer who tries any kind of game regardless of how good or bad it is, I'm going to likely pla...