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Kris Wall reviews Carmageddon: Max Damage…
Nostalgia can be a funny thing, it means we tend to look back on things from our youth through rose tinted specs, our views remaining undiminished by the endless passing of time. Unlike games like Sonic the Hedgehog or Super Mario World which remain timeless classics, many games were very much of a time and a place, which we tend to forget when we reminisce, until we rediscover them and find they’re about as welcome in the modern day as finding Timmy Mallet sporting a full on perm, breaking into your house.
We all remember the very first Mortal Kombat game, more for the fact that it felt shocking, controversial and a bit naughty when we were young, rather than it actually being a good fighting game, which it wasn’t. Carmageddon was another such game that I encountered when I was young, »
- Kris Wall
After the events of Night 1’s encounter with Tom Clancy’s The Division, I was hell-bent on making sure Night 2 was going to be an error-free success. My next mission was to begin the effort of taking back Manhattan. It wasn’t going to be easy, though. Instead of going it alone, I decided it was time to partner up my Cinegents (Cinelinx Agents, it’s a working name).
Once I logged in, I saw my good buddy Tyler (a.k.a. DarkStar50420, a.k.a. Phillip Freedom), Eric (a.k.a. Fathergamer, a.k.a. Sheriff Eric), and Rob (a.k.a. Ntropi_69, a.k.a. Rob) roaming the streets of Manhattan. Immediately, I summoned them to my cause. Together, we would take on the scum of New York and help out my fellow man! Unfortunately, only Tyler answered the call. After a brief moment of defeat, I quickly »
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2 items from 2016
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