Author: David Quigley

Filling the SNES Classic roster

Reports are starting to come out that Nintendo plans to release an SNES Classic later this year, and that is at least partly to blame for pulling the plug so quickly on the NES Classic. Last year, I chose thirty games to include with a potential SNES version of the plug and play console. I took 15 Nintendo published games and 15 third party titles. Here’s my rundown, and you can hit the links for the original articles, complete with gameplay video for each selection. Bust-a-Move Chrono Trigger Donkey Kong Country Earthbound F-Zero Final Fantasy II (IV) Final Fantasy...

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StarCraft is now free

Blizzard has released a new patch for StarCraft, the first since 2009, while making the game free to download. The expansion Brood War is also included, along with online play. This move comes ahead of this summer’s planned StarCraft Remastered. After release, owners of both the now-free StarCraft and StarCraft Remastered will be able to play online together, across versions. Now I just need to search for my 3.5″ floppy disks with my old created...

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Review: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Above the Law

After a three month hiatus, The Walking Dead: A New Frontier has returned with Episode 3: Above the Law. This marks the halfway point of a season struggling to stand out in Walking Dead lore. While the new protagonist Javi is usually compelling, many of the dire situations he faces are minor variations of stories we’ve seen before. Recycled situations Time and again we’ve seen our Walking Dead leaders living amongst small groups, only to run into larger, more established communities. Our protagonists clash with the bigger groups. We’ve yet to get to the point in this series yet,...

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