I have noticed a large number of zombie games being released over the past few years, some of them good, but most of them being awful pieces of trash that I regret buying due to my love of horror and zombies.
Mario is a persistent chap isn’t he? He ventures endlessly in order to save the forever imprisoned Princess Peach, who strangely manages to end up confined in Bowser’s evil lair on a regular basis, it makes you wonder where he gets the motivation from.
The next Call Of Duty (COD) is just around the corner and whether you hate or love the franchise, you won't be able to not talk about it. This latest instalment however has stirred up a bit of a storm among fans and gamers alike due to the fact that Activision and Sledgehammer games have decided to dabble with the futuristic or sci-fi element.
Welcome to my new series of articles detailing weird Japanese video games I have played over the years while I try and justify them as legitimate pieces of art despite their subject matters. Our first article will be about an infamous game console developed by SEGA (of Sonic the Hedgehog fame) back in 2011 called the “Toylet”.