Posts Tagged ‘space’

Evochron Mercenary, Fun in the Great Outdoors

Evochron Mercenary

By outdoors I mean IN SPACE. Less trees and wildlife, more gravity hazards. For the longest time, I’ve been looking for a free-roam spaceship-type game. The second I finished Evochron Mercenary’s thorough, well-done (slightly wordy) tutorial, I promptly activated my fulcrum jump drives and rammed myself right into an asteroid. I was quite dead. That’s […]

Strike Suit Zero, Open-Space Gundam Style

Strike Suit Zero

Who said simple was a bad thing? Sure, we live in an age where every game has to have a unique mechanic that truly sets it apart from every other game that exists. But if you’ve argued video game originality, you know everything comes from something. That said, I present to you Strike Suit Zero, […]

Faster Than Light, Right Into a Wall

Faster Than Light

Ten dollars isn’t bad for a roguelike spaceship simulator RPG. Faster Than Light is a fun game, but sadly lacks the necessary qualities to cause an addiction. “Something fun on occasion that tapers off due to lack of measurable progress,” perhaps. Piloting a crew across a warzone of a galaxy, battling rebel ships, alien lifeforms, […]

Megaman Star Force: Dragon Forces Itself Upon You

Megaman Star Force: Dragon

Hold on to your lederhosen , because we’ve stumbled upon a paradox! A completionist trap game that I don’t like! Of the Megaman Post-Battlenetwork series. Ever heard of Megaman Star Force: Dragon? Didn’t think so. Why? Because it marks the end of the Megaman series altogether. They’ve thrown out literally every single positive aspect this […]

N64 Onslaught Part VI, Glover

Glover

Glover is an experimental goal oriented exploration game from 1998. The main character, interestingly enough, is a sentient glove that can do magic. You kind of feel like Master Hand’s kid brother, in a way. While many critics have bashed Glover for difficult to learn controls/mechanics and a bland plot, I think that this unique […]

On Metroid Prime and Tone

Metroid Prime/Echoes

Normally, I’d be reviewing a game for content, but with the Metroid Prime series that’s spanned from Gamecube to Wii, I think an alternative perspective is deserved. As most Metroid fans are aware of, the series follows the endeavors of a futuristic bounty hunter named Samus Aran. Most of her work takes her into the […]

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