A bigger world, higher stakes, and an unexpected spin on Lara Croft’s character make Shadow of the Tomb Raider the most ambitious in the modern trilogy.
1. 1987 Test Drive
2. 1989 The Duel Test Drive II
3. 1990 Test Drive III The Passion
4. 1997 Test Drive Off-Road
5. 1997 Test Drive 4
6. 1998 Test Drive 5
7. 1998 Test Drive Off-Road 2
8. 1999 Test Drive 6
9. 1999 Test Drive Off-Road 3
10. 2000 Test Drive Le Mans
11. 2000 Test Drive Cycles
12. 2000 Test Drive 2001
13. 2001 Test Drive Off-Road Wide Open
14. 2002 TD Overdrive The Brotherhood of Speed
15. 2004 Test Drive Eve of Destruction
16. 2006 Test Drive Unlimited
17. 2011 Test Drive Unlimited 2
18. 2012 Test Drive Ferrari Racing Legends
This episode covers one of the underrated series of the golden age: Might and Magic! JVC adapted elements from existing series, put in his secret sauce, and the results was something that’s better than the sum of its parts!
We’re looking at Trial by Fire today. I hope you like MAPS.
For the uninformed, The Pinball Arcade will be removing all Bally/Williams tables from purchase after June 30th, 2018. However, if you’ve purchased those tables before that date, you’ll be able to keep playing them and even redownloaded them on the platforms you’ve purchased them on.
I’ve been getting quite a few requests on recommendations for which tables people should get, but that’s a difficult thing for me to do. I wasn’t planning on doing a video like this, but I figured I would try and nail down a list of 10 recommended tables for those wondering what to purchase before they are gone.
Spoilers ahead! We discuss the good and the bad endings to Far Cry 5 and what they mean.
With smart changes to exploration, discovery, and progression, Far Cry 5 makes engaging and experimenting with its gorgeous open world more exciting than ever.
Eidos Interactive in the late 90s to early 2000s released most of their games in a unique trapezoid box. I have almost all of them here in this video and I show what makes them so special.
When asking the question “what classic PC should I buy,” there are plenty of options to consider. From real hardware to emulation, let’s dive into the topic and determine some of the best solutions!
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Pushing Up Roses
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As a fan of Japanese style role playing games, I have been more than a little disappointed with the offerings of our soon to be last gen. So what do you do when there are no good rpgs to play? You look for obscure retro rpgs, duh. Today we are taking a look at a classic role playing game that answers the question, what do you get when you combined early PC and Japanese console rpgs? Can the offspring of such a sorted affair possibly yield a good game? Let’s find out in my review of Septerra Core.