Awesome Unknown: Skullgirls

Fighting games have been a cornerstone of video games since the age of arcades, with legendary titles such as Street Fighter 2(1991) and Mortal Kombat (1992) dominating arcades globally. In the 90s, fighting games were all the rage. Legions of developers rose to the occasion by creating dozens of new games such as Weapon Lord…

Lost Gaming Gem: Road Trip Adventure

I think we all have that one game which we love regardless of its faults. If I’m brutally honest the game I am going to be discussing today is not mechanically strong at all. Japanese indie dev E-Game’s Road Trip Adventure was an RPG like no other at the time. Even by today’s standards it…

Awesome Unknown: The Cave

The last thing I expected to happen when buying this game was to be taught morals by an omnipotent crevice. The Cave allows you to spelunk as three of seven characters and traverse sections that are unique to each character, supposedly teaching each one a lesson on why killing people to get what you want…

Lost Gaming Gem: Spyro the Dragon

Released in October 1998 in Europe after a year of development, the first Spyro game is a relic of a bygone age. For me the game was a staple of my childhood, pulling hours of enjoyment out of it. It’s simple to play and understand, with the only main characters throughout the game Spyro and…

Awesome Unknown – Valiant Hearts: The Great War

War! War in games has mostly been glorified. Sure a few games have tried to explain that war is bad and you should be ashamed of yourself if you think otherwise, but I believe that no game has shown that war is hell as realistically as Valiant Hearts: The Great War. Developed by Ubisoft Montpellier, Valiant…