Category Archives: Retrospective

East to West: The communication breakdown between the 2 Capcoms

East to West The communication breakdown between the 2 Capcoms

Capcom has made some of my favorite games of all time. I was a die hard fan of theirs up until about 5 years ago. At first, I thought it was just because gaming trends changed and now I’m just a crusty, old gamer. I can live with that. But on the other hand… I’m still a gamer and Capcom has made a lot of great games. As … [ Read More... ]

Retrospective: SimCity on DOS & SNES

With the release of the new SimCity (2013) it asks the question: Does the original SimCity hold up?

SimCity DOS review 1

I played 2 versions of classic SimCity to see if it was still up to snuff. First I tried the classic, aged graphics, DOS version. One thing is for sure, the game can be difficult. That’s not to say that it’s hard to play, but it does require a substantial amount of … [ Read More... ]

Retrospective: Quake in the Eyes of a Girl Who’s Never Played an FPS

This was written by a girl in her mid 20’s who’s gaming experience includes watching her cousins play on the Sega Genesis, casual play of Grand Theft Auto on PS2 and playing Candy Crush Saga on her iPod Touch. We set her up with id Software’s iconic FPS, Quake, on her laptop and had her give it a go. Here’s what she thought…

I’m not a gamer. I’ve never really … [ Read More... ]

Quake Con 2012: BSMH Posts Coming Soon

Hey everyone,


With Quake Con wrapping up, we’ve gotten a lot of coverage over the last few days, and we’ll be putting up posts on all of it over the next week. So look forward to some really great interviews, reports, hands-ons, and exclusives, from the Bawlsiest duo to ever cover Quake Con.


Jackson Muderhands, UAC CEO

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