Published on February 17th, 2013. Last updated on January 21, 2019.
If you remember back just less than a year ago, I wrote an article called Part 1: How to do a Letâ€™s Play. Well today is the second part and this one goes into the software side of things. As before I am going to go over a range of prices. This article also assumes you want to do live voice recording and not recording afterwards but the same counts for those that do â€“ you will just need to step a bit.
To find out the prices just open the link below in a new window and you will find them right away. Continue reading →
Published on December 27th, 2011. Last updated on December 24, 2019.
Although I did not originally plan to write a review about Metal Gear Solid: HD Collection, I have been flooded with emails asking what I think about it, I decided it is worth posting here and I am going to sum it up in a few words and then do an actual review below in case you are in a hurry.
If you have the originals, this is not worth getting unless you fancy Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker on the Playstation 3.
And now the review and like any other review, I am going to review the game as if there is no original to compare it too so you get to know about the game itself rather than what “has been improved”. Continue reading →
Published on June 21st, 2010. Last updated on January 22, 2019.
Many years ago, back in the year 1991 or something like that we all saw the birth of the gaming series called “Sonic the Hedgehog” from Sega and it all blew our minds. The game was simple as all you did was just run around in a 2D level collecting the Chaos Emeralds (if you wanted) and then just hit Dr. Robotnik (aka, Eggman) 8 times who then turns red and flies off.
Come on, it really is that simple. It was very fun and it was a game you just wanted to play for hours. On seeing this success, Sega decided to release Sonic 2. This game brought in what I would say is two important “new features” that runs to this very day. Continue reading →