Hoje o TIO ALEX tem para voçes SUNSET RIDERS um clássico dos ARCADES de 1991 pela grande e muito polémica KONAMI. Desta vez vamos até ao velho OESTE como caçador de prémios para coletar dinheiro e fazer justiça,por isso muita ação e muitos tiros não vão faltar.
Do older video game still hold up? Old books, music, works of art, and films do, but with the constant change in technology, do older video games have the same thing occur? Do they age like a fine wine? Or like milk?
In this Boulder Punch essay, we'll examine what the Lindy Effect is, if it applies to video games, and how you can make use of when deciding what games to play.
(August 23, 2015) Dude! I was like all high in the sky, and I was like; "Whoa! Look at all the clouds, dude!". It's a good thing I learned about the inventory thing in this game, otherwise I probably would've been falling through the sky, dude!
(April 22, 2015) No, I'm serious, nobody likes Sir David it seems. I know he's the main protagonist but it seems like literally everybody and everything wants this man dead somehow, someway. Yeah it's that bad. PS: Zombies sucks because they're overrated!
(April 24, 2015) So THIS is the "Eight Worlds of Nightmares", huh? Well so far it looks pretty damn weird and less of a nightmare. I don't think this Let's Play can get anymore weird and stranger than this.Oh and PS: Zombies STILL suck!!!!
(February 10, 2015) I never knew there was an actual arcade version to this game, but however I'm not surprised right after seeing this on "World of Longplay's" channel. So I've figured I had to do it. So this is Tiger Heli for the Arcade.
It might surprise modern children to discover that once, communists didn't just live in Western Society and work at CNN and universities, but they used to live in other countries too. What's more: Hollywood used to make movies about fighting communism, not kneeling to it. Amazing I know.
One of these movies was Missing in Action (1984) starring Chuck "Chuck Norris" Norris as an ex POW intent on saving other POWs. He does this the only way he knows how: with his feet. This game is based on this incredible movie.
The game is a prototype for the Atari 7800 that never saw release. It is about 85% complete, and I am unsure why it was never finished officially. I have a theory that it was because by 1989 kicking a communist murderer and having a beard were both well on their way to being considered hate crimes. So for legal reasons, TNT games probably canned the whole thing.