Before or after? Sure, what the hey. During? Nooooo. The intro sequence to a video game sets both the stage and the tone of what's to come, and Sen no Kiseki does it in a bad way. »10/10/13 7:20am 10/10/13 7:20am
The Legend of Heroes »3/09/12 7:20am 3/09/12 7:20am debuted in 1989 with . Originally released on the NEC PC-8801, the title appeared on a slew of various hardware, such as the Super Famicom, the Mega Drive, and the TurboGrafx-16.
Behind every badly-read line of video game dialog there is an equally horrific voice actor. Face actor Dean Lauderdale channels fifty of the worst, possibly redeeming them in the process. »5/12/11 5:00pm 5/12/11 5:00pm
Fans of the Japanese style role-playing game, particularly the long-running Ys series, have XSEED Games to thank for bringing a long list of developer Falcom's games stateside, breathing new life into the PSP. »5/14/10 7:40pm 5/14/10 7:40pm