Monthly Archives: March 2018

Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water is a ghost story from the murky depths

Read the original post on http://www.theoaklandpress.com. Fatal Frame is a series that seems like it’s been waiting over a decade for the Wii U console to come along. The esteemed horror games that have players fighting ghosts by taking their … Continue reading

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Superhot is a slow-motion ballet of bullets

Read the original post on http://www.theoaklandpress.com. While many first-person shooters have tried to make the player feel like the protagonist of a hard-boiled action movie, nothing makes it feel as smooth and effortless as Superhot. Countless games have employed a … Continue reading

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Getting the band back together with ‘Rock Band 4’

Read the original post on http://www.theoaklandpress.com. For years, Rock Band was my go-to party game. But with the advent of a new generation of consoles, those plastic instruments have been left to gather dust. Rock Band 4 reintroduces the classic … Continue reading

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Capcom’s classic character is honored in ‘Mega Man Legacy Collection’

Read the original post on http://www.theoaklandpress.com. There’s been a recent trend in the video game industry of companies collecting, anthologizing, and remastering their classic titles to re-release on modern platforms. “Mega Man Legacy Collection” is part of a new breed … Continue reading

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