Let’s face it - you love them all, but there’s one you like more than the rest, even more than your own children.
There are some great video game songs out there, and there are others that are great AND invasive. Here are 5 of the most invasive, don’t-give-a-fuck-what-you-think songs that are sure to be stuck in your head for weeks.
If you grew up in the 80’s or early 90’s, chances are you’ve played some games on the 8-bit and 16-bit consoles. With that said, you’re probably well aware that some of those games were fucking HARD. And we’re not talking “oh no, I have to start at the last checkpoint?!” - no, we’re talking “shit, I’m out of continues, BACK TO THE BEGINNING OF THE FUCKING GAME”
The golden age of the scrolling shooter is long gone, but a devoted few remain, playing classics from Cave and Treasure, and even importing more recent titles that just have no marketing pull in the United States. Despite their scarcity now, they used to be the ones running the show during the 8 and 16 bit eras, and here are some you probably missed.
So you’re a retro gamer, and there’s some classics you just can’t pass up, but there’s always one developer that stands out for you and it’s your favorite, maybe it’s Nintendo, or perhaps, Sega - but each one speaks volumes about you.
NOTE: This post is satire - retro games in general are fantastic, and every company had fantastic things to offer, and no matter how easy or difficult their games may be, there’s someone that loves them, and we fully endorse the broad spectrum of amazing classic games.
We’ve all played our Final Fantasies and Dragon Quests, but there’s a select few jRPGs that slipped under the radar that are definitely worth a play.
We all know that old school games can be hard, but these are some of the most frustratingly difficult games of yesteryear. Grab your controllers and get ready to smash them.