Mega Man games seem to go over better when they stick to their 8-bit roots, but there's no reason why they can't be 8-bit-ish while operating on all three axes. Just take a look at Mega Man 8-bit Deathmatch, a game that takes the sprites from the original Mega Man games and pastes them onto a Doom-like engine. It may be a little hard on the eyes for those who prefer the "realistic" look utilized in most FPSs, but I bet Mega Man fans of old would rather play this than Call of Duty.
If Valve could put the official stamp on the fan-created Half-Life mod Counter-Strike and permit it to become a "real" game, I don't see why Capcom couldn't let this title go to WiiWare/PSN/XBLA as a $5 download. I know I'd buy it.
Vostok Games' Survarium has resurfaced thanks to the massively multiplayer online first-person shooter's ongoing alpha test. This is the game that always gets mentioned alongside the fun-to-bring-up S.T.A.L.K.E.R., given its ...more
Overkill Software has announced plans for a more ambitious release of Payday 2. Now, the first-person heist game will be arriving on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 at retail worldwide in addition to the previously-announced Steam...more
Metro 2033 is a game so good, Destructoid reviewed it a year and a half after its release, finally giving it a scored assessment after the original reviewer made it to chapter three and gave up. The claustrophobic Ukrain...more