And it’s awesome. John Romero, one of the main creators of the smash hit 1993 FPS, DOOM by id Software, has released a brand new level for the game for free on social media profiles. The level offers a challenging, yet classic style DOOM level utilizing abstract level design. Romero states that the entire stage was made using assets from the shareware version of Doom, so it … [ Read More... ]
The soul of Mega Man will live on thanks to fans all around the world.
That’s right, the Kickstarter, created by Keiji Inafune’s company Comcept has finally completed and not only did they hit their goal, but they exceeded it by more than 4 times. At a whopping $4,000,000 USD (combined Kickstarter and PayPal backers), Mighty No. 9, the spiritual (and completely unrelated) successor to Capcom’s beloved Mega Man… [ Read More... ]
Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs is an indirect sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Although it is technically a sequel, this story doesn’t follow the original characters and is set 60 years later in the world. Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs is being developed by Thechineseroom and published by the original developer/publisher Frictional Games. Oswald Mandus, a industrialist, is the leading character of this Amnesia (sorry guys … [ Read More... ]
If you were lucky enough to play video games in the early 90s, you probably played Road Rash. Originally released on the Sega Genesis, Road Rash was a motorcycle racing game that put you in high speed, illegal races while fighting off other bikers with chains and bats. It was fun and offered a unique experience to standard racing games like Sega’s Hang-On. Fast forward, now it’s 2013 … [ Read More... ]