If you've ever owned a Nintendo Game Boy, you've probably played Tetris on it. The two simply go together. The capabilities of the machine complement the design of the game in perfect synergy resulting in a bond so strong, no other version of the game feels quite the same, even on Nintendo machines. Doodle Jump is the same on iPhone - here's why
In Final Fantasy’s decades-long history, the franchise has always been at the cutting edge of graphics, music and storytelling in games. Integral to each game’s success is the summon system, by which players call upon a powerful supernatural ally to aid them in battle. Though characters and locations vary from game to game, many summons return regularly, forming a crucial continuity between old and new titles.
Post date: March 5, 2010
T-Dar 91 length: 2:30:04
Intro song by: Anamanaguchi
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“Like I just saw a PlayStation 4 title,” is how forthright journalist HipHopGamer described the secret footage of Kratos battling the ‘Spider-horse’ boss in God of War III. With few days to GOW’s release, we’ve seen the same footage and can confirm that – while not quite as astonishing as you might expect of a PlayStation 4 game – Kratos’ PS3 debut is a technical showcase.
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