If ever there was a game that one could play through entirely without becoming bored, that game is Code Veronica. The cinematic genius contained in Capcom’s masterpiece reaches heights rarely attained by videogames. The story was so engrossing, the suspense so real, and the action so compelling that many gamers found themselves unable to put … Continue reading Capcom Announcement! — Good or bad?
With roughly a year to launch of the Xbox, the real challenge now becomes fulfilling the promises of better hardware and a console “made by gamers, for gamers.” Here are the biggest hurdles and how things look to us: By the time the Xbox launches, the Dreamcast will be the budget alternative with a bushel … Continue reading A Year to Go to Xbox’s next big thing!
Disney’s The Jungle Book is another of Ubi Soft’s ongoing stream of cross-platform character-based titles, though instead of a standard roaming adventure or platformer, we’re being offered a fresh rhythm and dance game. The Jungle Book is being developed on five different platforms: PSOne, PlayStation2, PC, Gamecube and Game Boy Color. Although The Jungle Book … Continue reading Disney’s The Jungle Book for Gamecube is Good News
If you’ve ever wondered why S-Video is better than composite (and RF for that matter), the answer is simple — it separates brightness and color signals, and the result is less noise and bleeding between the two. Composite jams both signals together, which causes all sorts of horrible effects, like colors blending into each other … Continue reading Hook-Ups – Gamelink 300 S-Video Cable