Yeah. I gave it a fresh go about two years ago and jeez, I wasn’t quite up to the task. (And I beat it no problem as a kid.) It was very hard to resist the temptation of save states, but they really take something away, I think.
Those open map zip lines were death traps.
I got this for my birthday and was pissed. I hated this game for months until i really sat down and worked through it (I was 8 at the time) once I understood some of the wonky mechanics (hello zipline). I fell in love with this game.
I loved playing Rygar as a kid. It stymied me at first, but it didn’t take long to learn more and make some progress, and then I was hooked. I know I beat it a handful of times since it wasn't especially punishing. Great memories.
Rygar was one of the games I played as a kid that really gave me a passionate love for video games and wondering what was to come in the years ahead. It also taught me map making, note taking and whatnot, because you needed to revisit so much of it when you got stronger or had new gear. Yet, it was fairly friendly to… Read more
Westwood’s classic 1997 point-and-click Blade Runner game is making a comeback. Nightdive Studios, the folks behind the refreshed versions of Turok and System Shock, are bringing Blade Runner: Enhanced Edition to PC, PS4, Steam, and Xbox One with updated character models, animations, and cutscenes.