The other week I achieved something I hadn't since I was 12 years old; I completed the Pokédex, I caught them all. Technically though, it wasn't them all. It was only the 301 available in the latest game. Nintendo long ago realised the insanity of capturing now 802 Pokémon and dropped "Gotta Catch 'Em All" … Continue reading Completing the Pokédex: Manaphy
I was disgusted today to see that the remaster no one asked for, Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy, had sold out of pre-orders at some stores. As someone who played a lot of video games in the late 90's, I can tell you that these three games are shit. Outside of Japan, there were precisely … Continue reading Crash Bandicoot was shit 20 years ago and is still shit today.
A meandering guest review.
0:24 That's a big dog! 0:25 That's a big dock! What's in there, some flash storage and a dedicated 1080p upscaler? 0:35 Fuck that dog is big. 0:59 >tfw too shy to talk to the cute girl at an airport lounge playing GBA back in 2003 1:05 Kickstand? What is this a Surface? 1:06 Headphone … Continue reading Nintendo Switch trailer analysis
Which one are you?
or less around the world.
Fast impressions of seven games.
When too many games really is too much.
Pokémon Picross is Nintendo’s latest free to play puzzle game. I’ve been enjoying playing it over the Christmas-New Years break while travelling through southern Western Australia. My review could be simply ‘it’s picross, with Pokémon and free to play,’ but I’m going to write a little more explaining what picross is for those unfamiliar and … Continue reading Pokémon Picross
Despite being one of the most popular sports in the world, cricket has rarely been reproduced in anything resembling a fun video game. The last good cricket games I played were the Beam Software developed Super International Cricket (SNES) and its followups on PC. Since sport sims embraced the third dimension cricket games have floundered, with … Continue reading Don Bradman Cricket 14 is everything I dreamed a cricket game could be
Roland complains about his family before finally sharing his first impressions
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