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Wednesday, August 7, 2013
Little known fact, I did not own a Nintendo or Super Nintendo until way past their active life cycles as systems. The very first Nintendo system I owned (excluding my Gameboy Pocket) was the Nintendo 64. Part of this has to do with the fact that I was very young when the systems were released (and in the case for Nintendo, not even born), but also because the Genesis/Mega Drive had all the cool sports games and that's what my dad liked to play. So rather than grow up on Mario, I grew up on Sonic. This is just a theory as to why Sega failed so miserably after the initial wave of success of the Genesis/Mega Drive (hereafter just referred to solely as the "Genesis"). So now, with the benefit of, yes, I dare say, HINDSIGHT, we will delve into the mistakes of why Sega eventually had to call it quits in the console business.
Warhammer 40k Space Marine
First I just want to say hi to everyone my name is john (not to get mixed up with the other john) I'm new to the site. I'm the resident trophy/achievement "expert" but with that being said lets jump into this review.
Sunday, August 4, 2013
Greetings and salutations, all who wander here, I [Ame] am proudly your host for the first on a new segment from DPG: 'What's around the back' and we are kick off with the game that has cost me more hours of my life than I care to admit. Since I have only managed to complete the first one all the way through we will use the first. Here it is: Fatal Frame.
Fatal Frame is a survival horror game created by Tecmo. In Europe it goes by the name Project Zero, and just ‘Zero’ in Japan. Originally the game came to the US in March 4th 2002 for thePs2 and on November 22nd of the same year for the Xbox. It has since been ported to the Ps3.
Thursday, August 1, 2013
B.T. here, again coming out with a new segment. Now I know we have been rolling out several segments in the last month. We are just starting up and as sure as the sun will set and rise we will continue adding in segments and filling in those segments in all due time. Today I would like to introduce a segment I call Indie Corner: Game & Review. This is a little segment where we here at DPG can talk about indie games, small projects that many people may over look.
Monday, July 29, 2013
Here at DPG we strive ever more to bring forth posts that have an overall original thought or feel and that are honestly entertaining or informing. So with that I would like to take this time to talk about up coming content and two specific rumors I have been hearing
First and for most there are several posts that are upcoming; a New segment titled: Indie Corner & Review. A new Nostalgia Glasses: Gaming post, another Hindsight, as well as another Game Perceptions and possibly one or two One off Posts.
Saturday, July 27, 2013
Come on, come all. Welcome to Game Perceptions. I've never done one of these solo before, but B.T. has never actually played Final Fantasy IX, yet he did do an excellent job on the image above (Thanks, by the way), so you get just good ol' John. Yes, I know you must be very disappointed, but this is one of my favorite games and I plan to do it some justice. So, as Mega Man Volnutt would say, HERE WE GO!
Friday, July 26, 2013
Have you ever heard or said: “That movie would make an awesome game” or the inverse “that game would make an awesome movie”? I’m almost 100% you have heard or have thought about one of these statements at some point in your existence. Hell even I have said it but that’s one of those things that seemingly is rare to be done properly. Even when a decent budget is put up for a movie or a game they tend to be too rushed for some crappy reason like wanting to be released before Christmas. Or they are just not at all epic like the fans expected them to be.
And maybe it’s not all on the creators of a movie or game, but on the fans? Maybe we as fans expect too much and when we get something that is less than perfect we can’t accept it as just decent or worth the money we paid. However we can’t blame ourselves for the sins of the developers and producers…
Maybe the major Sin is indeed twofold… Developers and producers with their inherent inabilities to put in the proper amount of time, money, and subsequent effort to make blockbuster hits that portray the game or movie in question as grand as the source material portrays it. The second side to the coin is we as fans and our inability to accept creative license and those changes made to what we consider our imaginative interpretation of a creative work…
But not all “sins” are bad some can be rather enjoyable like eating too much chocolate.
Thursday, July 25, 2013
Remember One Sentence Gaming? Of course you do! It's only your favorite part of this blog ever. Jokes aside, the segment was so nice, I've decided to do it twice. This time with a little help from my friend Jason. Any who, here's ten more of our favorite games summed up into a sentence or so. Ready? Go!
Thursday, July 4, 2013
Okay everyone it’s time to put our Nostalgic Glasses on once again. Muster the rest of the nostalgic gear that we have so we can return to a time when games were simpler. A time when games came out and cost only a fraction of what they do today. These were the times that games were contained in giant wood boxes or are encased in a hard plastic cartridge that wouldn’t scratch as easily as todays blue rays or DVD’s. Other games of the time were actually easier to destroy or damage in their flimsy plastic packages that held a medium disk inside, that beheld entertainment goodness that would become the predecessor of many great things. Whatever its’ chosen game platform and how we interacted with those platforms these were the times of LEGENDS.
NOSTALGIC GLASSES… The Dawning of the Glasses
Our Next game to honor and return to started several major game series. This game was titled after the antagonist. It would have it’s one and only protagonist’s name changed alongside the plot device: damsel in distress’s name as well. Two characters would move on to great prominence and create games that surely will be/have been reviewed or talked about through Nostalgic Glasses or some other segment on this blog. Meanwhile, the third character (number two of two human characters) would completely be replaced with a more prominent and affluent character in the offshoot game series.