Article by Collin Lyle Among the ever-rising number of failed attempts to recapture nostalgia ,there have definitely been some successes. One of the most prominent of these successes was made by what was once comprised of just a two-brother studio. In 2001 the UK based company called Jagex releases the soon to be runaway success
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This is part two of my review roundup of platforming games I’ve played recently. You can view part one here: Video Game Roundup Review: Platformers Special Part I Article by Michael Savich Mutant Mudds (3DS, PC, PS4, Switch, etc.) ~$9.99 While most modern platformers emphasize fast and frenzied gameplay, Mutant Mudds is different. It encourages slow
Article by Collin Lyle Over the past 10-15 years Gamers have had the pleasure of being privy to some truly industry defining titles that would set a standard for comparison that is still used to this day. However, what we have found is that good titles are increasingly hard to come by. Players are not
Article By: Michael Savich Hello, Michael Savich here, a writer for the Goucher Eye. As the local cyber-hipster, I play a lot of smaller, quirky games that nevertheless deserve a shoutout. The idea here is that if you see a game that interests you, you should feel free to look it up online and read
Article By: Michael Savich It’s fascinating that whenever a new 3D Mario game appears on the horizon, one question people don’t ask is “Will it be good?” To Nintendo’s credit, there hasn’t been a poorly-received 3D Mario game yet. Granted, Nintendo likes to take their time when making Mario. Odyssey is only the fifth 3D
By: Michael Savich Hello, I’m Michael Savich , a writer for The Goucher Eye. I occasionally do reviews of larger games, but as the local cyber-hipster, I also play a lot of smaller, quirky games that nevertheless deserve a shoutout. So, instead of doing a regular review for each one, I’m going to do a
By: Michael Savich You wake up in a mysterious, dark cave surrounded by ominous glowing machinery. After a jaunt down a long hallway, you emerge onto a rocky outcropping that overlooks a world seemingly reclaimed by nature. Emerald hills sprawl out towards distant mountains, and what few man-made structures you can spot are falling apart.