View RSS Feed

Alexandre Guimond

  1. Osmos Review



    The Cosmos is full beyond measure of elegant truths, of exquisite interrelationships, of the awesome machinery of nature” said a passionate Carl Sagan whom once tried to describe in a single sentence the complexity, and incredible nature of the Universe. One thing is for sure, as much as astronomers and astrophysicists try to democratize the complex notions behind their work. It is almost inconceivable now ...

    Updated 07-09-10 at 05:14 by SteveSawyer

    Categories
    Uncategorized
  2. BlazBlue: Continuum Shift Review



    Fighting games come and go, some are extremely popular while others get lost in the penumbra. Every fighter published out of Japan that isn't hallmarked by Capcom or SNK does not seem to attract much attention in the competitive scene. Fortunately there’s a bunch of supporters for those kinds of games, but their numbers are scattered. Fighting games aren't terribly universal either, since most of them require ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:30 by SteveSawyer

    Categories
    Uncategorized
  3. Starcraft: Brood War Review



    Is it possible to improve upon Starcraft? Several attempts have been made to capitalize on the game’s popularity, but they never have surpassed expectations. Mind you, some of those add-ons were not made by Blizzard. That is why expansion packs need to do more than add missions and multiplayer maps. They need to enwrap themselves around the original idea and make it better, fill the holes off which the ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:32 by SteveSawyer

    Categories
    PC , Classic / Retro
  4. Starcraft Review



    It is fairly uncommon to see video games being entitled as cultural phenomenons. There are a few games that have been universally recognized as landmarks of gaming. A lot of people would argue that this designative is only applicable for a certain crowd of gamers, but it is hard to deny the fact that some had a tremendous impact on gaming culture.

    Starcraft sprung from a rudimentary build based ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:32 by SteveSawyer

    Categories
    PC , Classic / Retro
  5. Starcraft 64 Review



    For a very long time, real-time strategy games had found the perfect playground on PC. The mouse made movements fluid and precise, while hotkeys were terribly simple on a keyboard -- That’s not saying that RTSs didn’t have their place on home consoles, but it was definitely clear that the PC had many advantages. Several PC-based games made the jump from home computers to consoles by the end of the ...

    Updated 06-09-10 at 07:32 by SteveSawyer

    Categories
    PC , Classic / Retro
Page 2 of 6 FirstFirst 1234 ... LastLast

Retro Gaming RoundUp