Dr. Valther Garstang
Blasto is a Playstation One game that I played over 20 years ago. I have not played it since. My friend who has long passed, Aaron Smalls, was obsessed with beating this game. I revisit this game to see why he wasn't able to beat it and why I was not at all interested in it.
Remember this game? It's on the Playstation Classics too. You a fan of it? Nostalgic for this game? Well, let me get this out of the way. I trash this game pretty hard so in case you like this game better then any of the other fighting games on the Playstation 1, you'll be very disappointed with this review.
Finally I get to review a game that I really love. Assault Rigs is an amazing game. Not perfect by any measure but its a great game that I absolutely love. Watch the review and find a way to play it!
Armorines: Project S.W.A.R.M. Well this is the first official terrible game I've reviewed on this channel. This was on my PS1 Classics list because it was in my memory as one of the last PS1 era games I played. The PS1 could have done without this one personally.
Armored Core was developed by From Software. Creators of King's Field, Demon Souls, Dark Souls, and Sekiru: Shadows Die Twice. This is the first game in the series on the PSX. Enjoy!
Aquanaut's Holiday? What in the world be this game? It's a game where you explore a large underwater area full of fish. Yes, this was a thing. Check it out
Area 51 is an Arcade game that was also ported to the PSX. It's literally a carbon copy of the Arcade game. It's also insanely short. Enjoy!
Namco makes great games. This is a fact. The Ace Combat franchise began with Air Combat. Are you confused as to why the first game was not called Ace Combat? You're not alone.
Activision's Classics on the PS1 is my second exposure to the Atari 2600 in my life, which made me love the system, and its games. But, the question is does this 30 game collection still hold up? Watch the review to see!
In this pilot, VG Plague Doctor goes back to an obscure puzzle game on the PS1. Created by Clockwork Games and not DMA Studio's also known today as Rockstar North.