Welcome to my place within Honest Gamers. I like retrogaming and wrestling. Hope we can be friends in gaming. I am also an amateur photographer, game developer enthusiast, and cartoonist, and I am a fan of 80s music as well.
Rediscovering Atari 2600 gaming
Was able to boot up an Atari 2600 Emulator to play every other game I remember when I was a kid, plus those which never made it into compilations and are so much fun. It's great to note how some titles had incredible graphic designs for its time.
Exploring the Gameboy titles which I never got a chance due to never owned said system in my youth. Final Fantasy Legend is a title which is the first in the SaGa series, the reason why is so different to any FF title that was out then. It's quite interesting that you don't earn exp based on enemies killed but rather get better on stats instead.
My quest to play PSX games goes strong
Happy New Year Honest Gamers and I sincerely hope it has so far been in good health and premise. It has been rather cold from New Year's Eve to couple days ago (3 degree nights, yikes) but the weather has warmed up enough for me to come out of hibernation and continue my PSX nostalgic gaming.
Revisiting an extraordinary Square title for PSX
Parasite Eve is a fantastic game which takes place in modern day New York at Xmas Eve no less (unless I'm mistaken about the latter) based on the equally fantastic sci fi horror novel of the same name, albeit taking place years after events on said Japanese novel, we have NYPD officer Aya Brea tackling down a demented woman on the verge of transforming humanity's evolution by horrific means.
A look at how the value of gaming consoles would be recently.
Saw this image at Twitter and noticed how expensive old consoles like the Atari 2600 and Intellivision would be today. Quite interesting.
U R NOT RED E
So far I've been checking out some games for the PSX, both known and some obscure titles. While I've been going through well known titles like Final Fantasy VII and Breath of Fire III, I've also been checking out others like Threads of Life and Tobal No. 1, which are lesser known but cult classics as it turns out. I'm getting tempted on reviewing some of these titles as well.