The more I played this game, the more it felt like Wonderboy. But that's not exactly a compliment. What I mean is, the controls are a bit clunky for a platformer, but once you get used to them the game is not half bad, considering I got it for $0.16 in those Steam auctions. I decided to finish it and review it anyway.
It was just announced on Gizmodo that Archive.org has added 2322 games to their internet library archive. All of these games are free to play directly in your browser right now. They run pretty well and best of all you won't be breaking any copyright rules. There is a lot of junk in there to sift through, but a lot of gems too. Luckily, I am a retro game filtering expert.
Just added some new God Mode videos to Youtube. It's actually not a bad game considering it was just over $1. It is a little bit buggy in some parts and does need a little bit of polish, mainly the co-op mode crashing where only the host can do anything and the rest stand still. Also the aiming is a bit rough, presumably because it is adapted from a console game. Other than that, it's a great game to play to just blow off steam and have a few laughs with mates.
So because I didn't have enough on my plate with reading Guardians of the Galaxy, Walking Dead, and playing Bioshock Infinite and Borderlands Pre Sequel, I thought I would buy the new Pokemon game. I really didn't enjoy the last generation of games and the only reason I actually finished X was because I was on an 18 hour flight to Japan and had nothing else to do. This time though, I am undertaking the Nuzlocke Challenge.