Years ago, ID software came out with what was considered to be the game changer with the Doom franchise. The object of the first person shooter was simple, survive the depths of hell while destroying demons, skeletons and other painful monsters. The series was one of the most popular franchises for a very long time.
Now, years later, Calavera Studio created their own rendition of the classic game now in 2-D platform mode that follows the 8-bit and 16-bit platform but with crisper graphics with Mini Doom II. The general premise of the game is about the same. On the planet Mars the gates of hell are opened once again to be stopped by one marine.
All of the weapon chaos of shotguns, lasers, flame throwers and especially the chainsaw are there. This game is downright a bloody good time. And it is rated Teen.
Brad has been a die hard arcade fan ever since he can remember. From the first time he played Space Invaders, to the first time he played Pacman, Brad has always had a love for video games. Hanging out at either the Great American Fun Factory in the mall, or spending the night in front of the glowing games at the local roller rink, he was always thinking about when he can spend the next quarter.
He also worked at Babbages, which is now GameStop, for over six years. Mostly because they had a really sweet checkout policy on new products and great discounts. But since he had the Atari 2600, he has never looked back and owned some of the greatest home machines, NES, SNES, GENESIS, Turbo Graphix 16, GameBoy, Game Gear, Lynx, Playsation 1,2,3,4 and Vita, XBOX, Gamecube, and N64...just to name a few.
Brad is also a reviewer for Mobile Beat Magazine as well as a freelance videographer, part time disc jockey, performing artist and photographer. But has a true love is for video games and Star Wars, as he is a member of the 501st Central Garrison.
His ultimate dream is to own a fully working pinball machine and arcade machine. Difficult to say which one, but a Star Wars one would be nice start.