Like many other Switch owners, Super Bomberman R was one of the first games I got for the console. It’s easy to see why too. Other than The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, There wasn’t really a whole lot available at launch. Bomberman was at least a classic IP, and one that hadn’t seen a proper release in many years. It’s been a few months now, how does the game stack up? Continue reading
There’s a long history of video games being adapted to television shows and movies. While there are a few standout examples, generally speaking, they don’t usually turn out very well. It’s at a point where simply saying that a movie is based on a game is enough to get people to write it off before even taking a look. Weirdly, that doesn’t seem to be the case with the new Castlevania animated series that premiered on Netflix a few days ago.
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I had an idea while working on this week’s Random Game Wednesdays. When I play an old game for the blog, I record it using Pinnacle Studio and then take screenshots from that recording. I thought it might be fun to share the video of my time with the game. I don’t want you to expect too much though. There’s no editing, no clever commentary, just the raw footage of my time with the game. If you’d like to see it, you can check it out right here. I don’t know how often I’ll do this kind of thing, but if you want to see more, let me know in the comments.
In high school, an acquaintance of mine loaned me his copy of Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon. I haven’t stayed in contact with that acquaintance and honestly don’t even remember his name. I just remember that we used to talk about video games in gym class instead of doing whatever we were supposed to be doing. I’m pretty sure that the copy of Goemon that I played this morning is actually his. Whoops. Continue reading