Features of this type will count thirteen instead of fifteen because I made the simple but silly mistake of including the original and encore.
Yeah, I've just realised.
Anyway, I expect you are experiencing a sense of withdrawal that borders on driving one to distraction so allow me to put such suffering at ease.
Absolution is found in music and game.
In order to hit full throttle in subtitle, one mustn't apply the brakes.
Crossing over to another dimension.
|Multiplayer excitement and a 3D revamp were the main carrots dangled to encourage 360 owners to blast off and kick the Bydo empire's ass (again).|
Final Fantasy Dimensions was released for Android devices in 2010.
|You can't block what can't be blocked.|
So with the formalities dispensed with, let's get rocking and a rolling.
I don't like the smell of Old Blood, it stinks.
|This was a direct to video sequel of the 2011 reboot and therefore isn't a remake of the 1988 sequel to the original 1985 film, Fright Night: Part II.|
|Moonlight meets twilight?|
I'm already out, without been bitten by the count.
|You either know or you don't but whatever, this album is New Blood from Peter Gabriel.|
|Instead of shaking your booty, shake your remote.|
|To finish off, Kane Hodder made his debut as the invincible Jason.|
I'm waiting for the sequel to the 2009 reimagining. Will it happen? Let's hope so.
The final three words form a film.
Anger is difficult to contain.
|Terrible. Deplorable. Disgusting. Horrendous. Appalling. Horrific.|
Yes, this sequel was magnificent.
|A town is left devastated by an ancient evil in this forgettable 2008 horror.|
Here's subtitle and title associated with the same subject
|Although spelt differently, using the former now makes sense.|
A similar arrangement remains.
|A big screen outing for Jean Luc Picard and co.|
For some fucked up shit, a typical text adventure of the same name existed for PC in 1988.
|Apart from scaled down versions of Neo Geo originals and several original jaunts including RPG, Card Fighters and Pac-Man, SNK's pocket dynamo also boasted one of Sonic's most celebrated adventure.|
|This sub literally belonged to Rainbird and their makeshift 1990 Amiga shmup.|
|The horror maestro attempted change in 1994 as the iconic claw enters our reality.|
A medley of identical subs.
Just like First Contact, this post-apocalyptic PC adventure owns the sub.
Now I'm just toying with you.
|A less than impressive Robin Williams film was soon adapted into pixels.|
|This geezer was one of the grizzled soldiers up for action in Saurus's Shock Troopers: 2nd Squad on Neo Geo.|
|Aside from this eponymous effort, Join the Dots for their latest album.|
|If anybody owns a genuine copy of this very well known shmup on PC Engine, you are more hard core than porn.|
Wish You Were Here.
|British drama (1987)|
|Pink Floyd (1975)|
|Film poster (2012)|
James Franco ensured this druggy road trip wasn't too bad.
|System 3's Last Ninja 2 on C64 kicked the broadest of asses.|
|It was okay, but was pretty disappointing compared to Damien: Omen II.|
There was officially a fourth and a made for television 1991 nightmare...
Although unnecessary, remaking the 1976 original wasn't a complete disaster.
|The makers of Blagger on C64 had played Manic Miner...|
|This rare and very decent 1994 SNES hack and slash hybrid stole from Contra, Strider, Shinobi, Ninja Gaiden and even Bionic Commando.|
With a title like that, you'd assume that something went before but...
|Back in the day, Skate or Die and Ski or Die were a brief collection of sporting mini-games.|
This had jack shit to do with either.
|I don't remember much, but Russian Roulette was forced upon Samuel L. Jackson (openly referencing Michael Cimino's The Deer Hunter).|
|Originally released on PC in 1997, this alien related FPS spawned a sequel in 2000.|
|The title of this sci-fi RPG coincidentally forms...|
|...the first line of this cult sci-fi horror's tagline as Sam Neill's Dr. William Weir spaceship took us to hell and back.|
|Dennis Hopper, Sicilians and Christopher Walken.|
Say no more.
|Another classic episode in the ITV drama series.|
Although this was brought a few years after Tony Scott's film, what a coincidence.
Did the 1988 horror Primal Rage inspire Danny Boyle's angry mob?
Scientists accidentally create a 'rage' virus while intending to restore dead brain matter to baboons. A journalist is bitten by an infected ape and things escalate from there.
The gore effects still stand up well.
As a side order of fries, Mako sharks became smarter as a result of researching a cure for Alzheimer's in Deep Blue Sea.
Claims that the zombie outbreak was down to rage-infected monkeys was refuted and one of the many references used in superior zombie parody Shaun of the Dead.
This was in tribute to Danny Boyle's now cult film. I fear 28 Months Later is a forlorn hope.
Monkey business ends here.
|Ditching the item crate familiarity and introducing 'character zapping', Resident Evil 0 brought mixed joy for Gamecube owners.|
Due to their speed and general viciousness, Eliminators are best evaded...
This very similar title doesn't even make sense.
|Clash of Heroes from Might & Magic.|
|Back in crossover territory and look at an extended subtitle.|
Hello. What's this?
|An episode called The Magnificent 5 in Capcom's masterful Viewtiful Joe required you to take down tougher versions of bosses you've already previously fought.|
This kind of recycling is not environmentally friendly.
|The deranged in question is Dennis Rader|
|This tagline uses the same principle.|
|Sin. Suffer. Repeat.|
It's hardly out of sync.
|While the tagline is entirely relevant to the villain of the piece, it's also a clever variation to the computer term of performing a 'hard break'.|
|On paper, this horror anthology couldn't be more ambitious as each director is given complete artistic freedom.|
Mixing live action and animation, the majority are over before they've even begun.
Anyway, look at the tagline.
|The Megadrive handled and converted the 1989 Toaplan arcade extremely well.|
|In 1997, Metroidvania was born on PS1 with Symphony of the Night and Castlevania never looked back.|
Assuming that Limited Edition is your PAL and complete, its value remains consistently attractive.
|Ey up mi duck, the Toaplan arcade appears in Symphony's Special Moves list.|
|The fourth part led us to believe it was the final chapter and apparently over...|
The rest as they say is bullshit.
|"The martians love Kuato, they think he's fucking George Washington."|
|When Turrican II on C64 switched to scrolling shmup in 1991, our jaws dropped.|
During which, most players couldn't resist popping the question mark that reminded Denaris was once called Katakis...
I'm fighting tooth without nail.
|Instead of Blacktooth, Greek comedy Dogtooth touches on the surreal that features Jaws and Rocky IV.|
|'Blaxploitation' from 1979.|
|When surfing, some people may choose to be on Safari.|
See what I mean?
I bring impending doom.
|An inferior, but still fun sequel/prequel to Raiders.|
|Unsurprisingly, there were a bucket load of pixels based on the tabletop RPG but before coming to the Saturn, Capcom secured the scrolling arcade action licence in 1993 and was followed by Shadow over Mystara.|
|Eagle's setting is found in the camp and not too great world of SNK's Savage Reign. Background interaction provided a limited novelty but wore off quicker than a weak headache.|
|An area that Jonathan and Charlotte will traverse in the previously displayed and superior Castlevania adventure, Portrait of Ruin.|
|Before Ultima, there was Akalabeth: World of Doom for the Apple II.|
Cobra excepted , D-Tox was a 2002 serial killing atomic bomb let off in the Stallone bullshit factory.
Getting to the point...
More random than a fruit machine spin, right?
I know, that shit was good.
We end with something equally superb.
|The 2002 remake of the 1975 original instructs consumers to 'get in the game'.|
|Real Bout Fatal Fury 2: The Newcomers, demands we do otherwise.|