Aye carumba, why do I do this to myself? Continue reading
I am going to do a top Light gun Games list soon, and to do that I want to get a few games out of the way. So apologies to the many people who don’t like On-Rails shooters as much as me.
I actually sought this game out… I got the sequel Gunfighter II: Revenge of Jesse James in the big ass bundle of games I got Vampire Night in, and because I am such an idiot I didn’t play Gunfighter 2, instead I rushed out (went online), and bought the first game in the series.
So everything I went through is in fact, my fault. Continue reading
I love me some Light Gun Games, and today is the 2 year anniversary of our most consistently popular article “Light Gun Games, why you need an old TV” as well as the first Time Crisis and it’s sequel Time Crisis: Project Titan. So what better way to celebrate such a milestone than to play Time Crisis II, the arcade smash of 1998 in its home console conversion glory! Continue reading
I’ll be honest. I only played this game so we would have a V letter game in the Archive, and the eagle eyed reader may spot the error in that reasoning. A few months back I bought about 25 light gun games as part of a bundle and Vampire Night was one of the random games simply making up the numbers.
So going into a game I have never heard of, never saw in the arcades, and only a simple love of Light Gun Games to motivate my venture into, what is apparently France in 2006, I dived headlong into Vampire Night. Continue reading
I wanted to write something deeply profound here.
I wanted to say I want all games to be like Silent Hill 2.
But I can’t, for reasons that will hopefully become apparent.
Final Fantasy X is one of the Final Fantasies that people tend to say is “the best”, everybody has a preference (my current is still FFVI), Reddit seems to favour XII, but X is one of the ones that is usually in the running. FFX also currently has a metacritic score of 92.
So apologies for the longer than usual post. Continue reading