GameOn’s Jeff Johnson reviews Castle of Shikigami, a bullet hell shooter released on Steam.
Jeff talks about what stands out in this game, despite how bad he is at Bullet Hell shooters.
Thanks to Degica Games for providing us with a copy of this game to review. Castle of Shikigami is available to purchase now.
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How it all began! Our first podcast with GameNTrain!
Featuring fitness expert Laurie Dickson and guest Lance Mueller, who at the time was interning with Relic Entertainment.
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Mega Man Legacy Collection is an amazing game for the retro collector looking for another opportunity to enjoy the blue bomber.
This is a great chance for you to play Mega Man 1-6 for the Nintendo again, without pulling out your old systems and carts.
Here’s our thoughts on Mega Man’s latest collection.
RETRO GAME TREASURE OVERLOAD!
Three boxes in one video. Let’s go!
We’re trying something different on GameOnGNT today… literally.
Its a taste test video, as I got a chance to pick up a whole bunch of video game related energy drinks from Calgary at the start of the summer.
So I figured why not drink every energy drink and film the results?
We’re starting things off with the Sonic Speed Energy Drink… ITS BLUE!
Lets try this again…
Today, we bring you our Retro Game Treasure Chest for April 2016. Not only did it come with some great retro games, it also came with a surprise… POGS.
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We’re playing catch-up with games to play!
We’ve got a quite a few Retro Game Treasure chests to bring your way, so lets get to it!
Back in March, we got an interesting mix of games, including one of the best superhero games from the Nintendo 64 and a game that will make you nostalgic for the late 90s and early 2000s.
Lets go on a Legendary Journey with the Retro Game Treasure Chest!
What a wonderful and magical game Super Mario Bros 3 for the Nintendo was. Seriously, who HASN’T played this game?
Mario 3 really is one of the greatest games of all time and I have a long history with it.
Bear with me, I’ve got a lot of story telling to do this time, involving video game tournaments and my days in college.
Lets talk about Super Mario Bros 3!
Today’s episode does not focus on the debate between Charmander, Squirtle and Bulbasaur. While the starter debate is always a good one, that’s not what we’re talking about here today.
I’m talking about which Pokemon you find on the first couple of routes that you should keep around and build up?
Today, Pokemon like Rattata and Nidoran get their chance to shine!
Jurassic Park for the Sega Genesis is without a doubt, one of the best games on the franchise that I’ve ever seen.
While this game isn’t entirely faithful to the movie, its as good as it can get in the 16-bit generation. You get your opportunity to play as Grant or you can say ‘Screw That!’ and play as the velociraptor!
Seriously, its a game where you get to play as the raptor, the coolest dinosaur of the 1990s! What more would you want?