Articles written by A.J. Maciejewski (Page 112) RSS Feed for A.J. Maciejewski
Punch, kick, barf...?
October 13, 2015 - When it comes to retro brawlers, very few are considered true classics. River City Ransom is one of these rare titles and for good reason. Enough with the formalities, I've got a one-way ticket to River City so let's take the full tour.
Read more: River City Ransom Review
Nintendo's latest Virtual Console is looking mighty barren without it
October 10, 2015 - It's no secret that Wii had tons of awesome TurboGrafx titles yet none are available for Wii U. Sure, you can download a few in Japan but we're not as lucky in the west. Here, I'll explore some of the best TurboGrafx games for Wii so you can see what I'm talking about.
Read more: TurboGrafx on Wii U Needs to Happen
The meat that's tough to beat
October 8, 2015 - After almost five years, everyone's favourite meaty adventure is now available on PlayStation. Considering there's really nothing new to see, the question is; will it be worth picking up for newcomers to the world of meat?
Read more: Super Meat Boy Review
An inconvenient way to play subpar games
October 7, 2015 - Nintendo has a long history of taking chances when it comes to hardware; from the embarrassment that was Virtual Boy to the astronomical success of Wii. Here, I'll explore one of their lesser known products so please, enjoy!
Read more: Dusting off the Nintendo e-Reader
Taking life one game at a time
October 6, 2015 - The question of whether authors should complete games before writing reviews frequently comes up. In this article, I explain why I decided to do so with plenty of examples that'll hopefully shed some light on the issue.
Read more: Why I Finish Games Before I Review Them
Finally, a game that takes advantage of Wii U's blast processing
October 5, 2015 - Authentic retro-style games are a rare breed yet Freedom Planet feels like a long-lost Genesis title. However, is this era worth revisiting in this day and age? Of course, so lace up your running shoes and let's go!
Read more: Freedom Planet Review
An eye-poppingly fun shmup
October 1, 2015 - It's been decades since shoot 'em ups began captivating gamers and the genre is still going strong. Prismatic Solid offers a unique take on the classic formula, but is this colourful shooter solid enough to warrant a download?
Read more: Prismatic Solid Review
Now that's a lot of indie characters!
October 1, 2015 - There are a ton of unlockable cameos in Toto Temple Deluxe. Here, you'll find all of the codes that you can enter to gain access to a bunch of them, so crack your knuckles and get ready to type!
Read more: Toto Temple Deluxe: All Cameo Codes
Cool cameos and collaborations
September 30, 2015 - It's always a good time when video game characters get together. In this article, I'll discuss some of my favourite crossovers within a few different genres. Don't worry; there's no need for a rip in the space-time continuum, just read on!
Read more: When Worlds Collide: Exploring Game Crossovers
Is that a goat on your head or are you just happy to see me?
September 29, 2015 - The Ouya is home to many fantastic local multiplayer games, so thank goodness they're slowly being ported to mainstream consoles. In this colourful brawler, you and your friends fight to the bitter end just to capture a goat to place on your head. Wait, is that right?
Read more: Toto Temple Deluxe Review
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