It seems like every couple of weeks there’s a new game released that causes the entire gaming community to go insane. Reviews start trickling out and whether the game is given a high score, a middling score or a low score, people are going to complain.
DuckTales was a phenomenon that I never experienced. The show ended six years before I was born so I never really had any exposure to Scrooge McDuck and his great-nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie. Obviously this means I had never played the cult classic NES game, but in 2013 WayForward released DuckTales: Remastered, allowing me to experience it for the first time. Unfortunately, DuckTales falls well short of the hype that many nostalgic fans have placed upon it.
Apotheon is a simple game. This is obvious from the moment that you boot it up and see the art style for the first time.
As we approach the All Star break a number of teams have a serious question ask; should we make a push for the playoffs or drop back into the draft lottery?
Another NBA All-Star Weekend has come and gone, and once again it was almost completely forgettable.
The Brisbane Lions were dealt another injury blow in Sunday’s 82-point loss to North Melbourne, with young forward Michael Close suffering a season-ending knee injury.
It’s a trap that we all fall into every year. We get a handful of glimpses at certain players or teams and then begin to make sweeping judgements from a tiny sample size.