Tekken Review

The original PlayStation was released in September of 1995 for the North American audience. Just two months later, Tekken was released on November 8th. The 3D fighting game was developed and published by Namco and became a massive early hit for owners of the PS1. Today, Tekken is still going strong with seven releases inContinue reading “Tekken Review”

For Honor

Imagine a war featuring the greatest warriors of all time in hand-to-hand combat. Knights, Vikings, and Samurai roam the land invading and defending as they claim superiority. In 2017, Ubisoft developed and produced “For Honor” an action game featuring these armies as you make your way across the land in massive battles. Released for theContinue reading “For Honor”

Power Stone 2 Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! After the hit that was Power Stone in 1999, Capcom got back to work with its sequel and in 2000 released Power Stone 2 for the Sega Dreamcast offering an array of new gameplay, characters, and modes. Would the new additions work in the arena fighter or would the originalContinue reading “Power Stone 2 Review”

Fighting Force Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! In 1997, Core Design and Eidos teamed up to release the 3D beat ’em up “Fighting Force” for the PlayStation. The game featured four playable characters, destructible 3D environments, and tons of items to be used as weapons. Fighting Force was popular enough to become a “Greatest Hits” for theContinue reading “Fighting Force Review”

Dead or Alive Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Fighting franchises were popping up in the 90s every year. Some would become mainstream franchises, others not so much. If you think of the franchises you’ll start with Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, perhaps Tekken but the Dead Or Alive franchise has flown under the radar for most of its life.Continue reading “Dead or Alive Review”

Power Stone Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! The Sega Dreamcast was way ahead of its time but ultimately failed due to the poor management of Sega and the lack of response from consumers. That’s not to say that the Dreamcast was a critical failure, video game historians look back fondly at the system that just couldn’t competeContinue reading “Power Stone Review”