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Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap – Review

Dragons and Mermen and Mice, Oh My! Based on my observations, there are essentially three types of remakes. The first is often called a reimagining, in which the original property is taken as a jumping off point into a completely new, yet familiar experience. The second is known as an enhanced remake. These take the original material and alter it in an attempt to improve it and fix the rough spots...

Infendo Review: Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap

What started out to me as a beautiful old-school slog turned into a fun and cleverly designed and unceasingly charming adventure after I learned how to play it properly. Once I did, my feelings changed from indifference to pure enjoyment. Playing on easy mode took about six hours and provided sufficient challenge for me, but if you’re looking for difficulty, there are two higher settings to test y...

NES chiptunes parody of Cee-lo makes me smile

Ain’t that some shhhhhh? (wink, wink). Thanks for sending this in, Craig.

How are the graphics?

These HTML5 landscapes are beautiful. As always, it’s not how many colors you use, or how many polygons or processing power or anything of the sort. It’s how you use the tools and your creativity that makes a great game. Always has been, always will be. And let’s continue to be unafraid to use color in our video games, shall we developers? P.S. – They move. Click the link.

This 8-bit chiptune organ is rad

More tunage here.