If you were looking to enjoy Tembo the Badass Elephant, the latest from Pokémon developer Game Freak, you might not want to play on PC, as it is currently not even the full version.
Last week was a small hiatus for Throwback Thursday, but this week brings it back with two games that people still pop in to this day: Pokémon Red and Blue. These games have had an influence in television, movies, and the physical trading card game. However, how do these games hold up today?
Nintendo unveils the future of Pokémon in 2016
With a little over a month before the 20th anniversary of the original Japanese release, Pokémon is rolling out the red and blue carpet.
This time last year, a channel on Twitch created something of a phenomenon. It was an emulator of Pokémon Red, but instead of watching someone play the game, viewers could control the character by entering a command in the chat window, such as A or START. It was something of a mess at first, but … Continue reading Twitch Plays Pokemon Returns!
Video game music has been on an extraordinary journey since its inception. From its start with simple bleeps of a computerized synthesizer to a slew of beautifully orchestrated pieces, the music of games has become as integral as its storyline or graphics. To showcase this now fundamental piece of video games, a live orchestra, with … Continue reading Video Games Live: An Experience Worth Having
The seventeenth iteration of “Video Games I’m Thankful For” brings us back to modern day gaming. Released a little more than a year ago, this duo of games, in my opinion, reinvigorated the series for veterans and made for a solid entry point for new players. Let’s see if you agree:
So November is in full swing and so is the “Video Games I’m Thankful For” featured series! I previously brought you my first GameBoy game and first Nintendo 64 game. Now, what does the third installment bring? I guess you’ll have to find out below:
In the second part of the “Video Games I’m Thankful For” series, I’ll be venturing to a different system. Yesterday I showcased Super Mario Land for the original GameBoy, the first video game I ever received. Today will also be a video game that is dear to me. Check out the second game here:
I remember the day I received my very first gaming system, the original Game Boy. I was mesmerized by Super Mario Land, the stellar graphics (at the time), and simply the fact that I could control a character with the touch of my fingers. Fast forward a few years and a new level of astonishment … Continue reading You Know You’re Old When N64 is a Legal Adult