REVIEW: TUROK (NINTENDO SWITCH)

To read a full review of the Nintendo 64 original, click HERE. GoldenEye 007 gets all the credit for bringing console first-person shooters to the mainstream, but months before its release, Acclaim’s Turok: Dinosaur Hunter paved the way for the renaissance of the genre. Turok: Dinosaur Hunter was an early hit in the Nintendo 64’s life cycle, blending fast…

REVIEW: RETRO-BIT 6 BUTTON GENESIS ARCADE PAD

If you’re only getting into classic superhero games for the Sega Genesis, one of the toughest things other than finding said games is finding a suitable controller to play them with. Sega’s 16-bit console gave Nintendo a run for their money in the early ’90’-s, so there’s no shortage of controllers on the secondary market,…

REVIEW: MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN (SONY PLAYSTATION 4)

In 1997, Sony worked with Image Comics to publish a first-party Spawn video game on the original PlayStation: Spawn: The Eternal. The game was negatively received by both critics as well as fans and you would be hard pressed to find anyone who wishes it to be resurrected. Now, over twenty years later, Sony is once again…

REVIEW: LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES 2 (PS4)

2013’s Lego Marvel Super Heroes isn’t just another Lego game; It’s a game that this site dubbed the greatest Marvel console game of all time. With a plot that brought in nearly every character old and new from every corner of the Marvel Universe, a campaign that felt like a tour through some of Marvel’s most famous locations and…