Everyone has a first game, whatever console it was on, everyone remembers the first game they ever played and for me that was Wonder Boy 3 The Dragons Trap. Released on the SEGA Master System I remember sitting on my living room floor with my older brothers trying to navigate through the different areas of the game, defeating monsters and changing forms. Then, quite a few years later I saw it on the Virtual Console on the Wii and I jumped at the chance to play it again, bringing back all the nostalgia and enjoyment I had when I was young. And not all games stand the test of time…but this did and now, in April 2017 it is coming back once more in an all new remake! Here’s why I think it deserves the remake and why it stands the test of time.
If you are finding it difficult to keep track of things I find it easier to write things down as I know what I am getting from all my different settlements. I created this on a whim when I had some spare time as I have the memory of a goldfish and found it so difficult keeping up with all of my settlements, let alone trying to save them when they’ve been under attack. Could you imagine actually being the lone wanderer, trying to manage these settlements..THINK OF THE ADMIN…papers, papers everywhere!
This is an old version from my first playthrough, its on an excel spreadsheet and from it I used to work out things like, where the majority of my caps were coming from, what settlements could create vegetable starch for adhesive and things like that. As well as what companions are where, although having to update that is a bit of a pain. Admittedly Mods have sorted a lot of those issues, but for fellow PS4 players this may at least come in handy, it certainly was for me. Take a look and thank me later 🙂
Hello again! As you may or may not have noticed I haven’t reviewed or blogged in awhile, however this has been mostly due to the fact that I have been tied up playing a game (the irony I know) that is so addictive, never ending, fantastic and potentially relationship ending. Of course I am talking about Fallout 4.
If you like getting creeped out and having your own fears brought to life in different ways, then look no further than Until Dawn. Having just completed it, I can safely say that I hate jump scares and this game has plenty of them. Right from the start when you are introduced to the 8 people whose lives you will determine with your choices, the game builds tension up before scaring you senseless, whether its just birds flapping their wings or lunatic in the shadows.