Five Ridiculous Difficulty Spikes That Almost Ruined Classic Games
These are not purposefully difficult levels that aim to give the player an extra challenge. A difficulty spike happens when a game suddenly ramps up the difficulty to a point where it doesn’t seem to suit the game. Here are five that almost ruined otherwise amazing game.
Shenmue I and II HD Review (PS4): Revisiting a Grand Adventure
If there was ever a game that demonstrated both the hubris and ambition of SEGA at its peak, it’s Shenmue. Originally slated for release on the Saturn, Shenmue eventually became the marquee game for the Dreamcast. SEGA has finally ported the original two games to consoles and PC, but are they worth your time?
Three Supposedly Hopeless Boss Fights (That You Can Actually Win)
Hopeless boss fights see you get beaten in service of advancing the storyline. But there are a few that players with enough skill and luck can actually beat. Here are three bosses that beat you so handily that you didn’t know you could win.
Toejam And Earl Review: Is it Still Funky?
Toejam and Earl: Back in the Groove is on its way after a successful Kickstarter campaign. That’s inspired us to go back to the Genesis era to see what we may have in store when Back in the Groove finally releases. Does the original game still hold up? Let’s find out.