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Spyro the Dragon was ahead of its time when it came out in 1998. For an early 3D platforming game, it courageously included spoken dialogue during animated scenes and contained ambitious graphics. These features, combined with unifying mechanics, made for a well defined fictional world that continues to hold up in quality to this day.
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If you’re unfamiliar with Crash Bandicoot, he immediately makes an impression on screen with his red-orange fur, his goofy mannerisms, and his clumsy tendencies where he rightfully earns his name. While controlling Crash, he runs with a laid back posture and bears his teeth from physical exertion. He seems to be putting in maximum effort while reaping minimal progress. How appropriate, because this is exactly what playing the game feels like. Continue reading Hindsight – Crash Bandicoot Review
Rockstar North once against reigns supreme with its flagship franchise. Continue reading Hindsight – Grand Theft Auto V Review
It’s back to Gotham for yet another installment in the Lego Batman universe. Continue reading Hindsight – Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review
Debuting back in 2007, The Witcher has quickly become one of gaming’s most prestigious and well respected series to date. Continue reading Hindsight – The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings Review
The Lego franchise has reached new levels in the past decade. Expanding from toys to video games to movies, it has found a way to live on in the lives of enthusiasts past their childhood. Lego Marvel Super Heroes shows off how far the Lego games series has come since its debut in 2005. Continue reading Hindsight: Lego Marvel Super Heroes Review