We all have that one game that we were beyond excited for, only to find out it was canceled. Perhaps it was never even announced, quietly snuffed out to be discovered later. This can happen for many reasons, from the sudden closure of its development studio, to the unexpected decision to go in a different direction. These games were doomed to never see release, but that doesn’t mean the concepts were bad. Today I’m going to talk about one such game, known to fans as Resident Evil 1.5, which never saw the light of day. Continue reading DIGITALLY DOOMED: RESIDENT EVIL 1.5
The video game industry owes a lot to Nintendo. People often point out how the former toy company single-handedly brought this entertainment medium back after the horrific crash, and went on to innovate and reinvigorate in a new generation of their own making — but that was then. Nowadays Nintendo is too hung up on gimmicks and maintaining an inoffensive online community, leaving lots of former fans in the cold. Too many awesome games go unnoticed by those who abandoned Nintendo, and here’s a handful that have no business being exclusive to this fading icon. Continue reading 7 EXCLUSIVE GAMES NINTENDO DIDN’T DESERVE
A recent cancellation of Silent Hills begat the eradication of the terrifying P.T. demo, and fans are not happy. Continue reading P.T. Non-existent on the PlayStation Store
Can you handle even more Minecraft skins tossed into your crafting? Were you excited for Silent Hills? I bet you’re at least happy that paying for Skyrim mods has been nixed! Continue reading Silent Hills is Dead and No More Paid Skyrim Mods! — News From Nowhere (April 27, 2015)
Yesterday, Tomonobu Itagaki, who is best known for the Dead or Alive and the modern Ninja Gaiden series, hinted that the Wii U exclusive Fatal Frame V, or Fatal Frame: Oracle of the Sodden Raven as it’s known in Japan, could come to North America. Continue reading Fatal Frame V Could Come To North America
1996, Clinton is still in office, the economy is going strong and the Spice Girls release their first single. Things are looking good everywhere and the world of video games is no different.