Since the launch of Cuphead it seems that people are finally realizing the fact that it is a true masterpiece. I’ve quite a bit now and feel as if the difficulty is part of it’s charm which I welcome with open arms. Think back to the days of a blossoming video game industry where developers made games that pushed the gamer to get better at a game and make it almost impossible to complete. That is where I place Cuphead. You will not glide through these levels, you will struggle and die a lot.
Click the link below to get a peak of the first area and then the nearly impossible second area just to get a taste of it’s unrelenting but satisfying game play.
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Hello fellow retro heads it’s your pal Social back with the first review since the site’s launch and what a way to start off with a banger!
Here is my thoughts and game play of the Xbox One version to the recently released remake of Wonderboy The Dragon’s Trap. The original came out on the Sega Master System with another port being released for the Turbografx 16.
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Hey friends back again with a Pure Game Play video. This time I play a bit of No More Heroes 2 on everyones’ favorite little console, the original Wii.
Not the most powerful of the big three but, as we all know, power never means better game play. Also as a reminder to everyone, most of my game play videos don’t have much “if any at all” commentary over game play. There’s plenty of videos with commentary on the net if that’s your thing. Continue reading “Pure Game Play ep.1 – No More Heroes 2 on Wii”