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Thursday, 18 June 2015 16:29
If you had a wish list that meant you could pick only two things that could make you eternally happy and you could put those two things together in a video game, what would you pick? Traveller’s Tales seems to have been successfully plucking from everyone’s favourites for a number of years now - LEGO meets Star Wars, LEGO meets Indiana Jones, LEGO meets DC superheroes, etc – so it was inevitable that they’d get round to my ultimate choice; LEGO meets Jurassic Park. Read more...
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Monday, 20 April 2015 14:35
For me, there were no fighting games until Mortal Kombat came along. I had played Street Fighter II with my brother on the joint SNES we received at Christmas but I was never a huge fan. Sure, the combat system was pretty fluid and the level of skill required to truly master a character (I chose Vega, as a rule, so was often caught of guard following a flurry of jumping attacks) was definitely a challenge but I wanted more. In came Mortal Kombat. We had to convince my parents that we would always play without using the infamous Blood Code (obviously we never did!) and I quickly fell in love with the game, its characters, its lore and the fighting skill. Mortal Kombat operated a differently balanced control system and, combined with Fatalities (and later Brutalities, Friendship and even Babalities), I still believe takes more skill to effectively master and play proficiently. Mortal Kombat has always been a lot of fun. Whether it’s due to the controversy it has always courts upon its release, the gameplay style or the overall aesthetics of the game, Mortal Kombat keeps its appeal to this day. In fact, Mortal Kombat X may be the best iteration yet… Read more...
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