The Danganronpa series is considered by most as the holy grail for the PS Vita, with each installment of the main trilogy netting over an 80% review rating on Metacritic. They are easily must have titles for anybody that owns a Vita. As a collector though, the biggest problem when it comes to these games … Continue reading Holy Danganronpa Batman!
I'm going to start this article by saying that I'm guilty of being fashionably late to the PS Vita party. I picked one up nearly 5 and a half years after its release, and thank god I did because it's easily my favorite handheld ever. Not only are the graphics amazing, as a fan of … Continue reading PS Vita: The Ultimate PSP/PS1 Handheld
As a child born in the early 90s, I didn't get to experience the NES wave of certain game series, one in particular being the original Mega Man series. Instead, I grew up playing Mega Man X, and I loved those games, largely attributed to the futuristic setting, badass looking characters, and the amazing soundtrack. … Continue reading Mega Man X Legacy Collection
To many, last year was the best year for the PS4 when it came to games. A plethora of critically acclaimed titles were released exclusively on the system, Persona 5, Nier: Automata, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Nioh just to name a few. Compare that to the Xbox One in 2017 and there really wasn't a … Continue reading New Year, Same Xbox Issues
So about a year ago I wrote an article about how it was time to purchase a Wii U for a couple of reasons. The first being the future value of the console itself, since it only sold 13 million units, it would eventually go the way other failed consoles such as the Sega Saturn, … Continue reading Is it Time to Buy a Wii U? – Part 2
In the early 90's, Sega was at the height of its popularity. They were the only competitor to truly challenge Nintendo for home console dominance, beating them in Christmas sales from 1992-1994, and holding 55% percent of the market going into 1995. There were few mistakes that Sega could make to falter from the throne, … Continue reading Game Over – Mistakes in Gaming: The Sega Saturn Launch