Retro Picks

Quick overviews of plenty of different retro games

Goldeneye: Rogue Agent

Developed and Published by EA, This title was a spin-off of the very popular Goldeneye series.

It was not based off a movie, when the player loses his eye he is named "Goldeneye" because he gets a cybernetic replacement.

It does feature NUMEROUS characters from the series, so you should feel right at home.

MI6 pairs you and Bond together in a simulation , you fail and Bond dies, with you failing and being blamed for his death you are dismissed from MI6

Goldfinger gets in contact with you however, and soon enough your helping him with his evil deeds.

The one thing that makes this game stand out is your abilities.

Since the player has a cybernetic eyes, he usually can use that to his advantage.

MRI, which let you see through walls.

EM Hack, which allows you to hack into computers, and even weapons.

A shield, which deflects bullets.

Last but not least, a magnetic field which you can use to send your opponent across the room.

It got some mixed reviews, and could be better in some places, but if you can manage the little this ones a nice pick to snatch up.


Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life

Harvest Moon (AWL) released for the Gamecube on 9/12/2013.

It later was rereleased for the PS2, PS3 and PS4 as well.

A special edition was also released, featuring another chapter.

Harvest Moon, is basically about forging your own reality.

You mainly may spend your time farming, but theres plenty of other things to do.

You can fish, find love, go shopping and even more.

As you progress through the game, the years pass and eventually.. you get up there in age.

This game may not be for everyone, but its one of the best simulators you can find.

You can also connect with your copy of Harvest Moon Friends of Mineral Town for the GBA!

I definitely reccomend scooping this one, like i said its not a title for everyone, but if your into simulation style games (or like farming games theres plenty of that) pick this one up!


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