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YCPT – Importing 101 Part 1

YCPT – Importing 101 Part 1

J-Dub starts a three part series to round up his 100 episodes of You Can Play This! Read On

Classic Mega Man Series Review Pt. 2

Classic Mega Man Series Review Pt. 2

Well, I covered quite a bit in the first portion. Now comes the second part, and in this portion you will begin to see the evolution of Mega Man as he lands on different consoles, only to return to his roots towards the end. So with that said, let’s get right to it. October 5th, 1993 is the da... Read On

Classic Mega Man Series Review Pt.1

Classic Mega Man Series Review Pt.1

Mega Man’s 25th birthday is in three days…yet, he still looks and sounds like a 10-year old boy. Everyone knows that this is my absolute favorite series and while I see a lot of sporadic reviews on some of the games, I have yet to see any of the AAA review sites do a full-on review of th... Read On

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia Review

Castlevania: Order of Ecclesia Review

Order of Ecclesia was released for the DS in 2008. It stars Shanoa, who is a basically emotionless young lady who kills the undead by using glyphs. The story, this time, is that the Belmonts are gone, and in their absence is the Order of Ecclesia, who use glyphs to hopefully defeat Dracula. Primaril... Read On

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow Review

Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow Review

Aria of Sorrow came out in 2003 for the Gameboy Advance, which meant that there was a new Castlevania game happening every year for awhile, just like in the good old days. This time around you take the role of Soma Cruz, who finds himself in a mysterious castle (obviously) after meeting a well-dress... Read On

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance Review

Castlevania: Harmony of Dissonance Review

Harmony of Dissonance came out for the Gameboy Advance in 2002, hot on the heels of the much better Circle of the Moon, which I hopefully will have time to review before Halloween hits us. The player takes the role of Juste Belmont, who rather than setting out to kill Dracula, has come to investigat... Read On

Fatal Frame Review

Fatal Frame Review

When it comes to horror video games, it’s either a hit or miss as nowadays most of the games involve guns and monsters. Fatal Frame takes a different approach as instead of a gun you have a camera and instead of monsters you fight ghosts. That camera is called the “Camera Obscura”.... Read On

Super Castlevania IV Review

Super Castlevania IV Review

Simon’s back for yet more of the same in Super Castlevania IV for the Super Nintendo. Of course, this time, instead of being committed to a jump as soon as you press the button, you actually have a bit of say on where you can land. It’s not the same control that Grant had in Castlevania ... Read On

Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse Review

Castlevania III: Dracula’s Curse Review

As far as the basic game mechanics go, there isn’t much difference between the three NES Castlevanias. Simon and Trevor have the same jump and the same whip. They can get the same subweapons, which behave in the same way. Of course, Trevor is joined by three companions who play slightly differ... Read On

Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest Review

Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest Review

And we’re back, broadcasting to you live from Dracula’s very own Castlevania. This time, the story is that in a gross turn of events, Simon Belmont, the hero of the first game, has to gather Dracula’s body parts and return them here to summon the dark lord himself. Which is admitte... Read On

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