2016 marked the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon Franchise. It’s hard to believe it’s been that long since I was down at my local video game store (mind you this was the mid 90’s so GameStop and Best Buy weren’t a thing yet) breaking open my piggy bank to purchase the newest craze in gaming for the Gameboy, Pokémon Red and Blue. To this day I consider it the best $26 dollars I have ever spent. It jump started my love for this series and introduced me to a new genre of gaming all together.
Released October of 2010, Fallout New Vegas was the highly anticipated follow up to Bethesda’s Fallout 3. While published by the beloved, though derided company, the development was primarily handled by Obsidian Entertainment, the studio forged from the ashes of Black Isle Studios, a subsidiary of Interplay Entertainment. Before Black Isle was officially founded, the team worked on the original two Fallout games, before the studio went under, and eventually became Obsidian.
Dragon Ball has been resurrected yet again with its premiere of Super Dragon Ball Heroes. After the amazing finale of Dragon Ball Super, I was beyond hyped for the release, especially after watching the trailer for the series about 30 times. However, I somehow was under the impression that this was a new series, but it is instead a promotional mini-series for the Dragon Ball Heroes arcade game in Japan. With only about 8 minutes of content, I was beyond confused when the credits rolled.