When Photojournalism Fails
HIGH The wide array of sandbox zombie slaughter challenges.
LOW How are the boss fights even worse this time?
WTF Frank’s wrestling onesie.
HIGH Chainsaw + Kayak Paddle = the most fun you’ll ever have navigating a horde of zombies.
LOW That last boss fight somehow manages to be a worse version of Dead Rising‘s worst boss fight.
WTF Chuck, you’ve been framed for mass murder, so stop telling people who you are. And lose the jacket.
It isn’t a secret that Capcom royally screwed up Street Fighter V‘s launch back in February. From minor things such as the servers crapping out every ten minutes and games frequently not connecting, to the complete absence of series staples such as a single player arcade mode, there were plenty of things for fans to get riled up about. A shame really, as the core game was generally up to snuff and more than capable of providing good times.
Four years after recording Mega Man X1, I finally get to Mega Man X2. I like this game a lot, as it’s just a bit more than a standard Mega Man sequel clone. It makes some positive changes without straying to far from what made the original a classic, and for that it deserves to be remembered in its own right. I’ll let the video explain the rest. Enjoy!