We really scraped the bottom of the barrel to come up with this week’s Trailer Trash. These videos are so terrible that we had to say some bad words, so if you’re easily offended, please move along. There’s nothing to see here
From the stinging paper cuts delivered by their early Hanafuda cards, to their dual screen screammaker Contra 4, Nintendo have been responsible for a downpour of tricky titles to douse even the most resilient gamer's spirit. Join us as we descend Jacob's ladder through the circles of hell, into the belly of the Game Over beast.
Videogame music has grown tremendously over the years. From humble bleeps and blorps that could have doubled as fart noises to sweeping soundtracks that fill two discs with ease, gamers have grown increasingly fond of the melodies chirping out of their TV. And there's perhaps no set of tunes more adored than those that ring throughout the many adventures of Link. Anyone who's even held a controller in the past 20 years should instantly recognize
We recently got our first look at Zendoku, a puzzle game that takes the popular formula of classic sudoku puzzles and adds its own special twists. For starters, it has a cartoony, martial arts theme that extends from everything to the characters (samurais, ninjas, and karate masters are a few), to the gameplay (quick back and forth multiplayer battles). The overall look and feel of the game is Eastern-inspired as well. Instead of using the numbers one through nine to fill in each sudoku grid,