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‘Titan Souls’ fails mightily into a game of reflexes with little reward

From the first glance it is easy to see where Titan Souls’ developer, Acid Nerve, took their inspiration. Their newest title, Titan Souls, borrows heavily from games such as Shadow of the Colossus and Dark Souls, but never deliverers the same level of reward. Titan Souls requires quick reflexes and great patience, although few will actually enjoy the journey.

‘Metal Gear Solid 3’: When the final boss isn’t really the enemy

Boss battles are a large part of what makes the Metal Gear Solid franchise stand out against its contemporaries. Director Hideo Kojima might’ve missed his calling for motion pictures with his broad storytelling and incredible set pieces. Throughout the history of Metal Gear Solid, Kojima has continually upped the ante of what players can expect from the confrontations with the series many memorable villains.

‘Resident Evil: HD Remaster’ marks the creeping return of yesterdays nightmares

When Resident Evil originally hit the shelves in 1996, the term “survival-horror” was born. Though there were other darkly-themed experiences, such as Clock Tower, Resident Evil became known as the ultimate horror-gaming experience, with elements missing from the competition such as complicated puzzles, mysterious conspiracies, and most importantly, some genuine scares.

‘Spyro the Dragon’ delights with humor and heart

These days, when you mention dragons, people automatically think of Toothless and his fanged friends from the How To Train Your Dragon series. In the days of old (1998), before Toothless won us over, there was only one dragon on everyone’s mind, Spyro. I was introduced to Spyro the Dragon when I was a wee lass back in high school, when the only console to play on was the Playstation.

Spyro the Dragon

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These days, when you mention dragons, people automatically think of Toothless and his fanged friends from the How To Train Your Dragon series. In the days of old (1998), before Toothless won us over, there was only one dragon on everyone’s mind, Spyro. I was introduced to Spyro the Dragon when I was a wee lass back in high school, when the only console to play on was the Playstation.

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