The modern classic has been given a fresh coat of paint – But can Criterion’s NFS reboot go the distance over a decade later?
This month (in 2002), buy a real life Pikmin. Yes, really. Sort of.
This month (in 1997), the gaming world gets a bit excited that Capcom can count to the number 3!
Welcome to something new, for 2022. Being just one person (with a full-time job and family!), I am never going to be able to post up to date news here at PugHoofGaming. So, with that in mind, I’m going to be posting old news. Every month you can expect a look at the gaming news
Well, now that I’ve finally played, finished and reviewed the entire Metroid saga from start to finish, I’m pretty exhausted. I mean after spending six months playing these games and capturing a grand total of 2 days, 1 hour, 27 minutes and 53 seconds of footage for this series; I’m pretty sure you would be
Here we are. This is it; the culmination of six months of playing every single Metroid game from start to finish and reviewing them for your enjoyment. The Road To Metroid Dread has reached its end. Was it worth it? I hope so, so let’s find out in this completely spoiler-free review. Well, if ever
Is it me, or does it really feel like the last few episodes have been a bit of a downer? Don’t blame me of course, for the Metroid series took quite a bit of a downturn for a while. Once the Prime series had completed and Retro Studios moved on to other things, it felt
Before you enjoy this latest instalment of The Road To Metroid Dread, please allow me to apologise for the less than stellar capture quality of Metroid Prime: Federation Force. I do not have access to an expensive and hard to source 3DS capture card, and emulators do not run Federation Force particularly well. Capture for
This week, I thought I’d have a little bit of fun. The Wii U is a console close to my heart – Nintendo’s first HD system, one that was taken away from us far too soon, and home to a lot of great games. The Switch might have had shinier versions of most of the
Released in 2010, Metroid: Other M is the first Japanese-developed entry in the series since 2002’s Metroid Fusion, and a return to the fold for series co-creator, Yoshio Sakamoto. Additionally, this game is also developed via a collaboration with Team Ninja, the team most famous for their work on the Dead or Alive and Ninja