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Today, we go back, all the way back to the year 2000. This trip down memory lane takes us to arguably one of the best survival-horror and zombie games ever created. Resident Evil: Code Veronica was the fourth major installment in the series and featured the bro-sis combo of Claire and Chris Redfield. Resident Evil helped mold both zombie and survival horror genres as it paved the way for jaw-dropping gaming experiences. I have tons of memories with this game while playing in the dark late at night. RE:CV provided plenty of intense moments that kept me on the edge of my seat. Let’s see how the game shapes up!
NFS: Underground 2 – any fan of racing games remembers this game. If they don’t, they are too young for you bro. This game was one of the most iconic NFS games and arguably one of the most iconic racing games of all time. This game was simply beautiful, especially for its time. It set the standard for all racing games to come and, not only set, but determined what the basic foundations of every racing game will be. Let’s break it down and see the beauty unfold.
Sonic The Hedgehog will forever hold a place in my heart – and library. He is one of the most recognizable and revered game characters of all time. Countless hours have been spent racing through levels at high speeds that rival Tasty Nade’s bedroom game. To put it simply, this game is about a veterinarian at a petting zoo who gives a hedgehog four hits of acid, which of course results in superhuman speed and a carnal lust for coins. Today, we take a trip down 90’s memory lane and visit arguably one of the greatest games of the Sega Genesis era. Let’s go, try to keep up!
Duck Hunt – Arguably one of the most memorable and recognizable games in gaming history. Back then, it was a way that kids could prove themselves and how good their shot was. This game was capable of bringing everyone in the family together for some friendly duels. Let’s see how the game held up against one of its biggest critics – BBR.