Diablo Junior for Game Boy Color

Diablo 3 has created quite a splash since it has been released.  Many fans were anxious to get their claws on the game, while just as many were disappointed with all of the glitches that accompanied it. Even with all of the hype over the game, did you know that there was a Game Boy color version in the works?  Titled, Diablo Junior, it was expected to follow the Pokemon method and release multiple...

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.

Deep, colorful thoughts

Forget for a moment the play mechanics, RPG elements and side scrolling; why can’t more games, on all consoles, simply look like Muramasa: Demon Blade these days?