Medal of Honor: Underground

Following the success of the original Medal of Honor released in 1999 for the PlayStation, Electronic Arts and Dreamwork Interactive set out to produce a sequel. One year later in 2000, they produced Medal of Honor: Underground for the PlayStation. My review of the original Medal of Honor was quite positive but Underground had someContinue reading “Medal of Honor: Underground”

Beetle Adventure Racing

“Slug bug, no hit backs.” One of the games that always comes up as a “hidden gem” for the Nintendo 64 library is “Beetle Adventure Racing”. Developed by Paradigm Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts, Beetle Adventure Racing was released in 1999. Would the arcade racing game suck me in or was it a mirageContinue reading “Beetle Adventure Racing”

A Way Out

After the critical success that was “Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons”, game director Josef Fares followed it up in 2018 with “A Way Out” when Hazelight Studios teamed up with Electronic Arts to release the game for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A Way Out is a 100 percent co-op game that requiresContinue reading “A Way Out”

The Sims Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! Simulators seem so common now but back in 2000, Maxis and Electronic Arts released the life simulator “The Sims” for PC and Mac. The Sims blew away gamers with its addicting style of gameplay simulating everyday life like jobs, relationships, and even chores. The series was a spiritual successor toContinue reading “The Sims Review”

Medal of Honor Review

Subscribe To My YouTube Channel! What’s the first World War II game that you played as a kid? If you grew up in the late 90s as I did, it might be Medal of Honor. Developed by DreamWorks Interactive and published by Electronic Arts, Medal of Honor was released in 1999 for the PlayStation. DoesContinue reading “Medal of Honor Review”