Remasters, remakes and even just re-releases of older games have proven to be a great source of money, especially over the last few years. Resident Evil 2 sold loads and won various Game of the Year Awards, Crash Team Racing came screeching back with a great remake, Spyro the Dragon got all three original games remastered and even MediEvil somehow managed to clamber out of its grave. Basically it looks like just about any old game has a chance of a second lease on life.
It has been a long way, my friends. I love my white German Shepard doggo (called Laoch) to bits, but as any dog owner will tell you life with a four-legged woofer can be tricky sometimes. At the moment we’ve got some field mice who have decided to set up home in our walls, and unfortunately the sounds they make as they move around is freaking my dog out during the night. He paces, he growls, he barks, he tries to hide in all manner of strange places. Because of this it means I have to be awake with him, so I’m operating on nearly no sleep. It’s not fun. It’s not fun for my dog, either, of course.
I don’t normally do stuff like this, especially since this is a gaming website. Sir Terry Pratchett has died. Outside of family and friends he has arguably had the most impact on my life, his many, many wonderful books shaping by sarcastic, often cynical yet oddly cheerful sense […]
Players: 2-4 Average game time: 45-minutes to 90-minutes Developed by: Treefrog Games Game Designer: Martin Wallace Note: I will attempt to add some images of the Personality playing cards etc. but I’ve sadly not got a great camera, so I’ll first have to see what sort of quality […]