Video Game History: America’s Secret Dragon Ball Games

Dragon Ball Z used to be my favorite thing to watch after school during my middle school years. Ironically for awhile even though every kid my age watched the show, they produced hardly any video games for it. It took them a long time to develop Dragon Ball Z: Budokai for PS2. After that theContinue reading “Video Game History: America’s Secret Dragon Ball Games”

Video Game History: I-Ninja

While the best video games are often the big contenders like Mario, Sonic, Zelda, Halo, etc. sometimes a small gem makes it onto the scene. One of those was I-Ninja for the Gamecube, PS2, Xbox, and PC. It came out in 2003 and was a notable hit, at least critically. The game itself was aContinue reading “Video Game History: I-Ninja”

Things I Like: Klonoa (Nintendo Wii)

I heard some good things about it, but even though it was a remake I don’t really remember the PS1 game at all. I heard it was pretty good back in the day, I guess none of my friends owned a copy. The differences are pretty much only graphical changes. Pretty faithful remake, even thoughContinue reading “Things I Like: Klonoa (Nintendo Wii)”

Video Game History : Namco x Capcom

Namco x Capcom was a Japanese-only game developed by Monolith Soft and published by Namco. It featured a major cross-over between many characters from the Namco and Capcom video games. It even featured very well drawn anime-style cut-scenes. The game was a cross between action-rpg and tactical-rpg. You could play many different characters and interactContinue reading “Video Game History : Namco x Capcom”