Slight detour for me, it’s been a while since I played a good arcade game, even longer since I reviewed one and I’ve never reviewed one in written form so this will be an interesting experience, for both me and the readers. With that, on to Mad Head Games’ Rocking Pilot.
I have a strong dislike for vampires, or at least what modern media has turned them into, but can Eipix turn me around on the subject matter? No. Did they try? Yup. I still haven’t changed my mind, though.
I’m not gonna spend time talking about how it’s been a while since I wrote. I’ve stated how I see this blog and my posting many times before so let’s just talk about a mediocre HOPA that’s pretty decent.
We’re in San Francisco and time is not on our side… like, literally against us. Because Time is an entity that doesn’t seem to like you very much. And there’s a lot at stake. So take on your trenchcoat, style your hair and prepare to narrate.
Despite being called the Lost Lands, Susan has a worrying tendency to stumble upon it at any given time. You’d think she’d be better at staying away from it but when you’re a chosen one, what are you to do? Ignore the call to action? NEVER!