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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.