The N64 version of San Francisco Rush included at least two Easter Eggs not present in the PlayStation release of the game (and possibly not in the original arcade machine either).
Check ’em out!
The Trench Run level in Super Star Wars is one of those few instances in a movie licensed game when you really feel like you’re in the movie itself.
While Liu Kang’s ending is considered the canonical ending for Mortal Kombat II, some of the other possible endings were much better… especially Johnny Cage’s ending:
After disappearing from the set of his latest movie, Cage finally resurfaces. He used all his knowledge and experiences as a fighter to end the Outworld menace. Now heralded as a true hero, Cage receives the respect he rightfully deserves.
He also gets his inspiration for the sequel to his blockbuster movie Mortal Kombat. MK II is released and quickly becomes the greatest motion picture event of all time. Cage realizes that MK III is inevitable.
Which was your favorite?
Great high-res remake of the opening for my favorite Mega Man game of all-time: Mega Man 2!
Here is a video showing 16 ways to die in F-Zero, including what may be the most irritating to me: not jumping far enough when trying to take a shortcut!
The hallmark of a good adventure game is puzzles that require clever solutions. However, sometimes it seems like the developers got a little lazy or may have been on a few too many prescription medications when they devised some of these puzzles…
For many gamers, the death of Aerith at the hands of Sephiroth was their first video game “WTF” moment.
But what if we got it all wrong. What if someone else killed her, if only accidentally?
In the mid-90s, several actors stumbled onto the “sets” of “interactive movies” or games featuring FMV cutscenes.
Though the combination of video taped actors and games worked sometimes, for the most part it was cringe-worthy at best.
Here are six instances when the actor’s agent should have known better.
Here’s a funny look at one of the dumbest boss battles from the 16-bit generation: The final showdown with Eric Qualen in Cliffhanger for the SNES!