Today we talk about the best-known NES game compatible with the Nintendo Zapper controller (also the only one that worked properly with it).Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you - Duck Hunt. Duck hunt is the most representative game on Nintendo's Zapper and one of the most popular NES games ever, and that is why it has a secured cult status through references in numerous films, TV series, magazines and other video games. It came out in 1984 in Japan and, a year later, sailed on American soil where it gained unprecedented popularity and made a good foundation for sales in Europe,
You think games like Demon's Souls and Dark Souls are hard? Then you probably never played Ghosts'n Goblins, a game which was (and still is) so hard that it impressed many but also destroyed the social lives of players around the world. It's the year 1985 and the world just got one of the most difficult games ever - Ghosts'n Goblins, which was originally an arcade machine, but later it was transferred to NES and other home consoles so it can spread the frustration all around the world. Ghosts'n goblins is so infamous for its difficulty, that it shares the place at
STEAMBOX Reviews is a kind of "Section" I'm gonna do for both New and Older Indie Games released across Steam and today we'll be taking a look at a little gem called Death Road to Canada. This game's premise is pretty much a mixture of Oregon Trail and tidbits of other games that feature looting and simplistic top down melee combat that adds in random, quirky humor and lots and lots of zombies. Your goal is to essentially make it to Canada where - there are no zombies for some unexplained reason - and surviving the road along the way. Death Road
So this game has finally been released, kinda. We Happy Few has been a game I've personally been very excited to play for awhile thanks to their very impressive E3 showing a long time ago - however, I hadn't heard much good about the game since it's release in Early Access and I just decided to try it out myself and to hopefully either convince or dissuade others concerning the game. "... SNUG AS A BUG ON A DRUG"
Is Desura gone forever?So as I am sure many of you know, just under a year ago now, Desura's parent company (Bad Juju Games, Inc) filed for bankruptcy and although the website was still up, it was relatively unsupported and hadn't been updated since last year.A couple of days ago, the website appeared to be down and has not come back up since. Does this mark the end for Desura?A few people have found that the site is accessible after adding the following lines to the end of your host file (C:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc): 188.8.131.52 desura.com184.108.40.206 www.desura.com220.127.116.11 static.desura.com18.104.22.168 secure.desura.com22.214.171.124 button.desura.com126.96.36.199 rss.desura.comMeaning, the domain is