Hey All! We’ve added a brand new game to the Retro Game Challenge leaderboards! Since there has been a waning interest in the current titles, and everyone seems to keep playing Recca, we’ve went ahead and made it official!
Don’t know what Recca is? Well, it’s easily one of the hardest games on the NES! Check it out in this video.
Do you have the skills required to be a retro master?
Come down to Bodach’s Games and participate in the Retro Game Challenge. These 8 games are playable on demand, at any time in the store. Get the high score and immortalize yourself on the Bodach’s Games Retro Challenge Scoreboard.
Click the banner above to see the games that are available for the challenge!
Remember: You can play any game that we have on the sales floor for the NES or Atari (Not Including the games in the display cases). just by bringing it to the counter!
Battlefield 3: Back to Karkand Patch to Fix Animation Bug
Per a post from H Brun on the Battlefield 3 blog on March 12, PS3 players can download a patch today to fix an annoying weapon animation bug. The bug was causing various animation glitches such as the one below.
Per H Brun, “This download is free of charge if you have already bought Back to Karkand. Note that changes made on our back end will make this re-download mandatory in the near future” (2012).
Stronghold 3 comes out October 25th, 2011 on PC.
Get ready to kick some medieval ass while building a vast empire!
I admire those who love strategy based games. For those that love and are actually good at strategy based games I am in awe. With the imminent arrival of Stronghold 3, I was overcome with the painful memories of letting thousands of troops die at my lack of tactical skills. For those who care naught for the computer generated lives of so many brave little souls… Man the catapults! Sharpen the pitchforks and axes! And yes… grab the sack full of diseased badgers! It’s time for the long awaited sequel to Stronghold! Oops, I mean the third installment to the Firefly Studios Stronghold line.
Gamers everywhere excitedly await the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
The upcoming holiday season looks to be full of gaming goodness (and empty wallets), and among the top of many gamers’ lists is Bethesda’s, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The fifth game in The Elder Scrolls series, Skyrim is set two hundred years after the events of Oblivion (the fourth game in the series… obviously). Skyrim gets it’s name from the land of Skyrim, a northern province of Tamriel in the midst of civil war after the murder of the king – and I’m trying hard to stay away from the dirty jokes in regards to the name… but maybe that’s just me.