In a series filled with silly, in-your-face frights, Mr. X is a cleverly implemented and even subtle horror that's one of the Resident Evil franchise's greatest achievements.
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No question and hands down. Resident Evil 2 is the greatest thing to ever come out of Capcom's famous zombie franchise. Scary on multiple levels, it combines a chilling atmosphere with solid a story and tense action to create an unforgettable horror experience.
Sometimes the games you remember the most are the ones best suited for the bargain bin. This week, we take a look at a not-so-classic mecha game and examine how the rose-tinted glasses of fandom can transform a turd into a triumph.
Front Mission 3 has tons of customization, content and, of course, giant freaking robots. So how does this PS1 classic still fall short?
Games like PlaneScape: Torment used the power of the written word to build worlds and stories that have been remembered and revisited by gamers for years.
Considered by many to be one of the best RPGs ever made, PlaneScape: Torment delivers a surreal, almost insanely deep experience filled with questions and ideas that few other games would dare to broach upon.
In part two of our history of Dungeons & Dragons in video games we head into the modern era of gaming, touching on classic titles like Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights and the unforgettable classic that is Daggerdale.
As long as there's been Dungeons & Dragons there's been people trying to turn it into video games. In the first part of a two part series, we take a look at some of the earliest games to bear the D&D license.
The NES port of Pool of Radiance can has some minor imperfections, but overall provides a lengthy and deep role-playing experience that genre and D&D fans would do well to revisit.
Rollercoaster Tycoon couples the addictive nature of a city management game with an amusement park setting and ride building mechanics that will have you spending hours designing and constructing the thrill ride of your dreams.
Crimsonland Classic doesn't look like much but delivers the sort of pure arcade fun that every gamer needs from time to time. Whether you're looking for a game to master or something to blow off steam with for a few minutes, it's the perfect game for fast fun.
Darklands drops players into a fantasy tinged version of medieval Germany where devils are real and power can be found in prayer just as much as it is in arms. Complex and huge almost to the point of being overwhelming, it's an exemplar of what makes old CRPGs worth playing.
The tanktasticness continues with BattleTanx: Global Assault. Picking up where BattleTanx left off, it takes the strong foundation of the first game and builds on it with more powerups, more missions and, best of all, more tanks!
BattleTanx transports players to the far future of 2001 where rival gangs fight over a world ruined by plague and nuclear war. Their weapon of choice? Tanks, tanks and more tanks!
Sacrifice is fantasy-based real-time strategy game that delivers an interesting story and impressive replay value, but hampers itself with an unhelpful camera that works against the rest of the otherwise solid gameplay.