Aye carumba, why do I do this to myself? Continue reading
Pros: Using the disc to scare crows out your garden, makeshift frisbee, classy coaster, mini mirror, can be used to inspect your hemorrhoids. Sometimes the game crashes and you don’t have to play anymore. Can easily be confused with original game in archive listings.
Cons: Everything about it
In my Resident Evil: Survivor review, I said it was a 40% game as a Light Gun Shooter or 45% as a Resident Evil experience, but somehow added up to a decent enough gaming experience, and in the Dino Stalker Review I didn’t especially like it, but it was just about functional.
With that, we scrape the Resident Evil barrel and what is left of Light Gun Games barrel to see if we have an at least functional game.
We are coming up to our three year anniversary, and will be doing a top 50 list of the best Retro Games, that we think you should play.
To prepare you for such a momentous occasion, we are going to show you a very short list of the absolute trash that you should avoid, keeping in mind we avoid bad games where possible, these are games that we tried, and wanted to give a chance, but we found nothing redeemable about them.
We consider these games to be so bad we won’t even link to them. Except to the Sonic Fanboi pages on Reddit.
In no particular order… 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.
Mad Dod McCree is a Shower of Shit.
If you really have to play this game then buy the Nintendo WII version, as at least you get the other 2 pieces of shit in the series on one disc. Continue reading
The site has become a bit Capcom heavy, so I am going to try upping the Konami output for the month with Konami Month.
Originally released in the arcades in 1992, with the home console conversions shortly after. I never saw this in an arcade, so my first experience was the Genesis version that was released around Christmas 1993, as well as a SNES port in mid 1994. I don’t particularly remember it, but I like my light gun games, so here we are.
Suffice to say, as I refused to spend the money required to buy Genesis/arcade versions of Lethal Enforcer, I’ll make do with the PS1 version. Continue reading
There is no God. Continue reading