Early release games have been ballooning in recent years, in part because many gamers enjoy the first-look and game-testing feel. Not to mention that frequent updates are fairly exciting, since they have the potential to completely morph gameplay.
The ability to control time has grabbed people’s attention for countless years. It’s a concept that is completely baffling to humanity, as we can hardly handle time as it comes to us now, let alone being able to control it.
“Betrayal at House on the Hill” is a critically acclaimed board game which came back into print by popular demand. When it first came out in 2004, the game was very well received with critics but unfortunately was not so well received with fans.
Board games have undergone an astronomical amount of change over the years. When board games were first introduced with titles like Monopoly and Scrabble, it consisted of four players all competing against each other to achieve one given goal: to win.
How does a video game series as long, memorable, frustrating and legendary as Metal Gear Solid come to a close? With a game that’s long, memorable, frustrating and, for more reasons than one, legendary.