One of the earliest persistent multiplayer co-op titles, the Dreamcast’s sci-fi darling made the jump to a definitive PC version – still kept alive today by private servers and a dedicated community.
2020’s been a real thing, hasn’t it? Well, we’re still here and we’re still trying to respect our one site tradition (Halloween), so I can think of no game better to talk about than one where you’re trapped in your tiny apartment, can’t leave, and are slowly going insane.
Blast demons and jump around Hell in the interactive retelling of Keanu’s supernatural film.
We’ll go back to the past to follow Duke Nukem’s trip to the past in The Duke’s time-hopping N64 exclusive.
Let’s dig into the big ol’ pile of N64 platformers and see if Glover can get the upper hand on its competition or if it’s grasping at straws. I’m not proud of that line.
Take on a centuries-old black magic conspiracy with nothing more than a stick and some furious button mashing this Halloween.