Fresh Look columnist Neal Sayatovich is moving for a new job, and during this period his primary means of gaming is a Nintendo Switch, sometimes on the console’s small screen. He recently downloaded the retro service the Switch offers and has been enjoying its classic titles. This week he picks the best.
For fans of old school survival horror, like we used to get on the PlayStation 2, Tormented Souls is a blissful throwback to that time and genre, and exactly what we want in a modern take on classic survival horror.
This week Vincent dives deep into the distant video game past to relive a treasured childhood memory. We are talking about Lost Kingdoms on the Nintendo Gamecube, an RPG that was both ahead and behind its time.
We are roughly a week out from the release of the eighth generation of Pokemon games, Sword and Shield. To honor this momentous event, we are going back through the entire 23 year series history. Today we celebrate the gems of generation three: ruby and sapphire!
Forgoing the glitz and flash of some of the other console companies and game makers, Nintendo instead opted to put together a video showcasing all their pending games. The packed presentation includes DAEMON X MACHINA, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Torna, Pokéball Plus, Super Mario Party, Fire Emblem Three Houses, Fortnite, Overcooked 2, Super Smash Bros and much more.
This week for Retro Game Friday, Michael is taking a look at the game that was the very first endless runner game, years before Temple Run ever came out. It’s SkiFree, the freeware that came with Windows back in 1991.