Mega Man II (Review-GB 1992)

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Mega Man II (Rock Man World 2 in japan) is the second Mega Man entry for the Game Boy released in 1992. This time Capcom has changed out the company who helped create the first game and have decided to work with Japan House Studio Corp for this latest entry. Will Mega Man II improve on the success that was Mega Man: Dr.Wily’s Revenge? Has this game stood the test of t- no, no it hasn’t. Let’s skip to the … Read More

Mega Man: Dr. Wilys Revenge (Review-GB 1991)

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Mega Man is a franchise most people have at least heard of, but many don’t know that there were two parallel storylines between the console and handheld entries among the series’ output. Mega Man games on the Game Boy would use roman numerals in North American, African, and European releases (when applied) while in Japan the entries on the Gameboy were titled “Rock Man World”. The portable Mega Man games go from Mega Man 1-5

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review (Switch, 2017)

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The Nintendo Switch is a brand new Nintendo console releasing tomorrow (March 3rd, 2017) as of this writing and although it’s launch window line-up is a bit shaky (honestly REALLY shaky), there’s been a consensus at Nintendo that they have enough to keep us gamers occupied until the holiday season. But the game Nintendo has focused on most to carry their new systems launch is The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Originally a Wii U game, BOTW (this will … Read More


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Megaman X6 is the 6th numerical installment of the mainline X series, and the 7th chronologically (yes Xtreme 2 is somehow canon, no I don’t know how Capcom’s silly plot writers will explain it :D) and with it comes a deviation away from the fast-paced action setting of previous X games to a more exploration based type of game. Megaman X6 was a game released not long after X5 as a unexplained ending and a dispute on who actually was … Read More

Space Hulk: Vengeance of the Blood Angels Review (3DO, 1995)

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In 1995 we had seen First Person Shooters and action games from Blake Stone to PO’ed, titles that experimented or tried refining the genre. We wouldn’t see any real huge leaps in design until after 1996, however Space Hulk: Vengeance of the Blood Angels on the 3DO is a game that stands out quite well from the other First Person Action games of the day. Based on Warhammer 40k, SHV is an ambitious game. From commanding troops, to weapon variety, and … Read More

Burnout Paradise free on Xbox One and Xbox 360 with XBL Games With Gold!

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Criterion, the creators of Burnout, have announced that Burnout Paradise is now free on Games With Gold for a limited time on the Xbox 360. Games With Gold is a monthly program where XBL gold subscribers get free games every month on rotation. But the excitement doesn’t end there, Burnout Paradise has been added to the Xbox One Backwards Compatibility list as well. Allowing you to buy it on the Xbox One store as well, or if you have a … Read More


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According to the above leaked image, it seems that Capcom will punish players who rage quit in the middle of a match with an Icon following their profile. This is to let other players know that this person has rage quit before.  As well as additional penalties ““Penalties will be incurred for disconnecting during a match, including LP (League Points) reduction, and temporary matchmaking restrictions.”” However, there doesn’t seem to be an indicator to differentiate between rage quitting and disconnection … Read More