REVIEW: TIMECOP (SNES)

Jean Claude Van-Damme is no stranger to film video game crossovers, having played Guile in the live-action Street Fighter film, but compared to other 90’s action icons like Stallone and Schwarzenegger, his video game tie-in ratio is pretty small with only a Universal Soldier game, which was simply a conversion of an already existing game called Turrican 2, and Timecop. Licensed games, especially in…

REVIEW: R.I.P.D THE GAME (PS3)

When it arrived in 2013, R.I.P.D the film hoped to capture the magic found in films like Ghostbusters and Men in Black where seemingly normal guys are thrown into larger than life circumstances against super natural and other worldly threats. Despite having talent like Kevin Bacon, Jeff Bridges and Ryan Reynolds, the film bombed spectacularly and went on to become one…

REVIEW: THE MASK (SNES)

We don’t really see much of Jim Carrey nowadays, but in the mid-90’s the actor was everywhere. His breakout year came in 1994 when he starred in three incredibly beloved comedies: Ace Venture: Pet Detective; Dumb and Dumber and The Mask, loosely based on the comic book series published by Dark Horse. Not one to miss out on making…

REVIEW: HELLBOY: ASYLUM SEEKER (PSOne)

NOTE: ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON COMICBOOKMOVIE.COM 10/13/2013 The history behind Hellboy: Asylum Seeker may in fact be more interesting than the game itself: In the 1990’s, Cryo Studios (the original developer behind this game) was intended to be branded as DHI, or Dark Horse Interactive, and tasked with making games based on properties that the comic…