Kaosukage

My name is Andrew Robinson, though I prefer to go by Annie. I am a retro game writer, and my blog can be found here: https://myriadpostings.wordpress.com/
Nintendo

Metroid Prime Intro

Metroid Prime is one of my old favorites, a game that I cherish from my childhood. On playing it again,…

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Editorials

Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith Review

While I have heard that video games based on movies often have difficulties, or aren’t made well, Star Wars: Revenge…

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Past & Retro

Sly 2 Review

Today I am looking at Sly 2: Band of Thieves. It was one of my very first Playstation 2 games,…

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Past & Retro

Digimon: Rumble Arena 2 Review

First impressions are very powerful things. When I first played Digimon Rumble Arena 2, I felt as though it wasn’t…

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Past & Retro

Goldeneye: Rogue Agent Review

Today I am looking at a rather interesting first-person shooter called Goldeneye: Rogue Agent. As the name may imply, it…

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Featured

Darkest Dungeon Review

Recently I’ve been playing a game called Darkest Dungeon- or as I’ve come to think of it, “Dark Souls, RPG…

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Indie

Mega Maker Review

Today I am looking at a very interesting Mega Man fangame, called Mega Maker. As the name implies, it is…

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Editorials

Gameplay Mechanics and Bosses – Terminator: Dawn of Fate

Lately I’ve been playing an interesting game based on the Terminator francise called The Terminator: Dawn of Fate. It is…

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Editorials

The Old Star Wars Battlefront 2 Was Better

Today I will be looking at the Star Wars Battlefront series. While I haven’t played the new game coming out…

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Editorials

A Look Back At Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks

Today I am taking another look at Mortal Kombat: Shaolin Monks. I did an article on one of the more…

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Strider 1 vs. Strider 2: Which is better?

I recently beat a very interesting and fast paced game called Strider 2. After playing through Marvel vs. Capcom with…

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Editorials

Maria- Dracula X Chronicles

Today I’m looking at another Castlevania game, Dracula X Chronicles, for the PSP. It is a remake of Castlevania: Rondo…

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Editorials

Death and the Floating Catacombs

Today I will be taking another look at Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, though a much later part of the…

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Godcat- Epic Battle Fantasy 4

Today I am looking at a very interesting encounter from Epic Battle Fantasy 4. The game series is a typical…

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Editorials

Onslaught- Marvel vs. Capcom

Today I’m looking at the boss of Marvel vs. Camcom, Onslaught. The game itself doesn’t say much about who Onslaught…

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Editorials

Digimon World 3

Today I will be looking at Digimon World 3, one of my favorite JRPGs and indeed one of my favorite…

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Dead Man’s Volley- The Legend of Zelda

Like many long running video game series, Legend of Zelda has staples that gamers would come to expect, like the…

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Final Bosses- Spider-Man N64

Today I am looking at the final bosses of the Nintendo 64 Spider-Man game. While it isn’t related to a…

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Dongorongo- The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass

Today I’m looking at a boss from The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass, Dongorongo. The game is a direct sequel…

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Doppelganger- Castlevania: Symphony of The Night

Doppelgangers are a common enemy in video games. It only makes sense- it is always fascinating and difficult to face…

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Castlevania vs. Super Castlevania IV

Generally, when a game is remade in some way, it is an attempt to not only update the game and…

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