It's high time to scrap Resident Evil's storyline and reboot the series for its own good.
Good Old Reviews
Played today, Metal Gear is both a charming retro throwback to the Solid line, and a great introduction to the series overall.
What could Nintendo do to make its franchises fresh and exciting? Probably lots, but it certainly won't try these options.
The Nintendo 3DS versions of Pokemon Red, Blue, and Yellow fantastically recreate the experience of 1990s monster collecting for a new audience.
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past isn't just a retro classic - it's a definitive Nintendo game which is as fun today as 25 years ago.
Star Wars: Republic Commando is proof the galaxy far, far away can still be exciting even if you don't encounter a single Jedi.
One of the N64's most beloved classics, Star Fox 64 remains an excellent and enjoyable space action title.
Omikron: The Nomad Soul is a confusing mash-up of video game genres, but there's still something truly special about its bizarre world.
X-COM: UFO Defense may be over 20 years old, but it still features tactical gameplay the modern XCOM series hasn't matched.
Star Wars: Bounty Hunter was rushed and handles like an angry bantha, but it still makes Jango Fett into an exciting protagonist.
Outcast has its faults, but this early open world game absolutely deserves to be called "revolutionary for its time".
Sometimes erotic horror visual novels actually can tell rich, genre-defying stories. Grey Carter writes about the popular yet controversial Saya No Uta.
Sometimes, a game is more than just a game.
Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance is still the best game of its series, and proof Star Wars flight sims need to make a comeback.
Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast is showing its age, but still has some great moments once you get past the shooty bits.