Brütal Legend attempts to bring three unique game genres together as a cohesive whole. Here’s why it falls short of greatness.
Summer is always slow for game releases, giving us plenty of time to catch up on the old backlog. Enter the 2022 summer backlog challenge.
It’s a fresh year, meaning out with the old (aka terrible) and in with the new! As with years past, here are my gaming goals for 2021.
It’s that time, folks! Approximately three months after celebrating the 24th anniversary of EarthBound’s North American release, we’re back to share more of our thoughts on EarthBound in honor of the game’s 25th anniversary in Japan.
Back in June, we at The Punished Backlog kicked off our celebration of EarthBound with the announcement that several members of our team would be playing through the game for the very first time. Now, at the tail-end of August, we return with tales of gold digging, pyramid climbing, UFO sightings, and fuzzy pickles.
Read on for our full thoughts on all things EarthBound!
Today, we set the stage for our two-part celebration of the 25th anniversary of EarthBound. Part one? Playing through the game for the very first time!
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