This is just great, the ability to view Kuwait in retro 8-bit mode. It might not be very helpful but its damn awesome.
I only did one previous post in this category, and it was eons ago. This week I got another chance.
While browsing the net, reading some news and reviews on the new PS3 game Heavy Rain a lot of people were comparing it to Indigo Prophecy what some called the greatest video game ever. I realized that I never got to try out the game. and while I was clicking through Steam’s website. I found it the $10 section and thought why not, it was the perfect long weekend.
I downloaded the game and installed it and got around playing it Thursday night. The game doesn’t have much gameplay but rather a plethora of action sequences where you have to press certain buttons as they appear on the screen. But don’t get me wrong that is not bad at all, it blends well with the game.
It took me 2 days to complete the game with moderate playing time (4 hours a day) and really loved it.
Indigo Prophecy™ is an innovative adventure game that tells the story of Lucas Kane—an ordinary man who unconsciously commits a random act of murder. Through the use of branching storylines and multiple character perspectives, players embark on an immersive adventure on par with a Hollywood thriller.
Modern Day Rating:
5 years after its release, Indigo Prophecy is still an awesome game and is highly recommended.
We have heard of all the retro gaming consoles from N. and how he is always talking about the nintendo’s, sega’s, atari’s etc.. But what he does not know is that people like me skipped a couple of generations of megadrives and nintendo’s because we owned the Amiga! Personally I owned the compact Amiga 600, but the classic and most common one was the 500 pictured above. The games at the time were incomparable to any other gaming platform, whether it was graphics or playability. Lets take a walk down memory lane… Continue Reading
My first look at a retro game.
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This was one of the best Beat ‘em up games ever released, what killed me that it was never released on any console except for the PC and Commodore 64. So I ended up spending A LOT of money on the arcade. It would have been a much cheaper option for me to buy one of the systems back then.
Planing to do 2 weekly posts, not sure witch day each will be but thats just a heads-up the 2 new post are:
Badliya of the week:
This will be converted to a widget in maybe a month, showing the to 5 badliyat.
Will be taking a look at vintage games and consoles, and reviewing old games if I can manage to play them for at least an hour without getting board out of my mind.