Death Rally is a game that is quintessential nostalgia to me. I remember going over to my cousin's one time and there it was. I had played racing games before, sure, but not with guns and stuff.
I might as well write about this while it's still fresh. Oh, and there's going to be epic Mass Effect 3 ending spoilers. You've been warned.
After seeing Auditorium in a recent indie bundle, I realized that it had finally come to Steam. I had paid for this game a few years ago, and enjoyed it. Fortunately, the existing account I had at the developer's site had a way to generate a code to redeem on Steam, along with a stand alone download. Both worked magnificently.
I suppose this review might be a long time in coming (especially after giving a hint about it), so I might as well speak my mind about Portal 2.
I heeded the call of nostalgia today, and played some StarCraft: Brood War.
This is very spoilerific, even to the end of the game. Skip this post if wanted.
Well, I've done it. The dragon is dead, and it only took 97 hours to do it. Let's start at the beginning.