Articles with Retro tag
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Retro Dose #6 - Shadow of the Colossus

Shadow of the Colossus... (IMO) The best and most unique game on PS2, and one of the best games of all time.  If you never played this or heard of this game - you missed out... a lot.First of all, it's hard to talk about the game without spoiling anything, but I'll try to avoid it as much as I can. Secondly, trying to describe exactly what makes Shadow of the Colossus so fantastic is akin to trying to describe why the bodies of work of Picasso, Bach or Beethoven are unquestioned classics; you can do your best, but any of

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Retro Dose #5 - God Hand

With Opium Pulse's new Retro Dose series, I decided to contribute with one of mine.If you ever experienced Hype through a game like Metal Gear Rising Revengeance or perhaps Ninja Gaiden, if you ever experienced the fun of beating up unimportant jobbers with a wide variety of moves and weapons in a Beat'Em Up game, if you ever wanted a game that crossed the limits of your imagination when it comes to Action Combat and features little to no story and a difficulty so engraving that makes Dark Souls look like Angry Birds, then I have a game for you.God Hand

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Retro Dose #4 - Icy Tower

In todays Retro Dose we remember the hilariously addictive game that won the whole world - Icy Tower.A funny arcade game Icy Tower is a free freeware title by a development studio with an equally humorous name - Free Lunch Design, released in 2001 for PC and Mac. Those who played it remember that the goal of the game was incredibly easy - jumping on an infinitely high ice tower as much as you can before you fall and destroy your sweet sweet combo. In order of variations, the theme of the platform on which you jumped changed every 100 floors,

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Retro Dose #3 - Postal

One of the most brutal games ever made is the theme of our new Retro Dose, and the only thing that beat that silly, sadistic fun is its sequel - Postal 2 in 2003.In 1997 a group of enthusiasts gathered in Arizona under the name Running With Scissors has decided to make a game that is primarily supposed to suit their own taste. I believe that they themselves did not count they will make such a sick game that the whole gaming community, various psychologists and psychiatrists and numerous supporters of the ban violence in video games will talk about it

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Retro Dose #2 - Duck Hunt

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,