After looking at completion rates on Sony’s Trophy rarity system Ruaidhri can’t help but wonder why so few games seem to be finished? What makes us as gamers feel like we’ve had enough of a game or have had our money’s worth?
Aaron looks back through his retro collection to pull a handful of games that whether created 15 years ago or 5 years ago still look great in today’s HD climate.
Ruaidhri takes a look at the failing Nintendo Wii U and tries to work out what they can do to stop the console destroying the company.
Ruaidhri goes through his music collection to provide people wanting to start a ‘Video Game Soundtrack Collection’ an idea of where to start.
Fanboy: 1) a flattened child used to cool one’s face down 2) a Nintendo fan. I’ve been dubious about the Wii U – I don’t think it’s going to go the way of the Dreamcast, but I do think it will go the way of the Wii. After the recent Nintendo Direct announcement [this article was written a while back – Ed], I’ve tilted my head to one side like a curious dog. It’s the promise of new Mario and Zelda games that have suckered me in again. I guess this fanboy will eventually buy the glorified DS. And it will have 5 ‘great’ games on it, within the barrage of ‘Dance, Dance, Super Fire Pony’ and the like. So – with that to inspire me – I decided to see what remaining Wii games were left on my shelf…