Have you ever played a game before the HD revolution so beautiful that you considered it a work of art? Would you want that work of art remastered for the current generation of consoles? The debate will never cease, but memories of titles worthy of remastering keep pouring in.
Elemental Gimmick Gear is a hand-drawn action RPG that was originally destined for the Sega Saturn until publisher Hudson decided to switch gears and release it for the much more powerful Sega Dreamcast. Now, more than ten years from its original release, EGG deserves to reach a new audience of gamers.
If you’re a Bomber-man (or woman), you’ll recall that Bomberman LIVE was notorious for lots of inexpensive DLC that tossed in some new costume pieces to collect and fun maps to play on. Well, it seems Hudson is keeping the fuse ticking with Bomberman Battlefest, as they’ve now put out their second Bomb-Up pack for Bomberman Battlefest!
Hudson have announced that they will be releasing a sequel to the hugely popular Bomberman Live. Scheduled for release next week on Wednesday December 8th, no price as yet.
Dream Chronicles was developed by KatGames and published by Hudson Soft for XBLA on October 20th, 2010. Retails for 800 Microsoft Points. The publisher provided a copy of the game for reviewing purposes.
You’d be forgiven for having not heard of Dream Chronicles, a port of a 2007 PC game released with little fanfair on the same day as Super Meat Boy and Costume Quest. Dream Chronicles is a hidden object game for the most part with some puzzle and adventure elements thrown in for good measure, with a style very reminiscent of Myst and similar games.
You play as Faye an occupant of the Village of Wish which has had a spell cast over it causing all humans to fall asleep. Faye’s husband (Fidget who we discover is actually a fairy) managed to awaken Faye before being captured by the Fairy Queen of Dreams, Lilith. It is Lilith who is responsible for Wish’s current slumber. You must find your way to Fidget but Lilith uses her magic to slow you down at every opportunity.
So Dream Chronicles just launched on Xbox Live Arcade today. We are currently writing up our review, but we talked with some of the awesome people working on the …