In the wake of the announcement of the PlayStation Classic, the Game Boys discuss the return of the original PlayStation and share the titles they’d most like to see on the nostalgic console. But first, following their in depth discussion of Nintendo Switch Online, the Game Boys dissect how the...
There is not a single video game that opens as profoundly, or as appropriately, as Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots does with Solid Snake’s “War has changed” monologue. In less than five minutes, not only is the game’s tone established, so is a new direction for the franchise
With The Boss, and with Metal Gear Solid 3, Kojima recontextualizes the entire Metal Gear narrative to tie into Metal Gear Solid 2’s ending. In that sense, the series also becomes a story that was always leading to an ending like MGS2’s. Metal Gear becomes a perfect circle.
In the world of old school FMV titles, The Fear could be one of the best, with its J-horror elements, themes ranging from demonic possession to astral projection, and the very well done and atmospheric mansion area the story takes place inside.
In an era where platforming games were dying, Ratchet & Clank started a franchise that has flourished for 15 years. It’s a Quark-tastic chapter in video game history, and one that anyone with a PS2 needs to play.