Menu

Tag: Throwback Review

Resident Evil 3 Nemesis Throwback Review

Throwback Review: Resident Evil…

841
It’s no secret that Resident Evil 3: Nemesis is the black sheep of the classic Resident Evil trilogy. Across the board it feels like few people have played it…

Throwback Review: Luigi’s Mansion

891
With Luigi’s Mansion 3 lurking around the corner, I thought it would be apt to revisit the horror game that kickstarted Nintendo’s E-rated horror franchise. I dusted off my…
Promotional art for The Witcher. Main character Geralt looks forward menacingly

Throwback Review: The Witcher

1700
The Witcher is an Action RPG developed by CD Projekt Red, released on PC in 2007. The beloved series has been played by many, but I wanted to explore…
Chronicles of Riddick film

Capsule of Curiousities: Vin…

699
Inside the all-encompassing laboratory for capitalist media experimentation, no prospect holds a futuristic glint quite like the ability for a celebrity to upload their likeness in full to the…

Capsule of Curiosities: Jan-Feb…

968
2009 was a high watermark for the industry, packed with high profile exclusives for each system and the rise of numerous IPs that would dominate the coming decade. However,…

Throwback Review: Geometry Wars…

1132
Alright, let’s go back to the past real quick.   Cut back to 2005, and the Xbox 360 launches with a fat handful of titles. Most of them were…

XIII Throwback Review —…

1113
The critique of “style over substance” carries an odd weight in reference to video games. First person shooters specifically can resign themselves to such dour aesthetics that any title…
Claire and Leon

Throwback Review – Resident…

3790
Resident Evil has defined the survival-horror genre for over two decades, with a plethora of characters and storylines to keep fans engaged and craving more. The original has gotten…

Throwback Review: Fallout 3…

1631
This is gunna hurt me more than it hurts Bethesda.   Cut back to Christmas 2008, specifically my Christmas 2008. The Pogues “Fairytale of New York” has played for…

Rabbids Go Home Co-Op…

1089
Zach: The Wii housed many unofficial trademark franchises, but perhaps the boldest was the Rabbids series. The party animals crashed every platform you could think of for their first…

Throwback Review

Newsletter