Guns, Gore, Cannoli 2 – Review

Vinnie is back for more !! The guns, the gore, and all the cannoli one can think off, after the final cutscene of the first installment in the series, I booted up its big brother to continue riding my high, 20+ years later in the storyline. Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2. Is it more of the same as its successful predecessor, or a breath of fresh air? Continue reading to find out! If you have read my review for the first part of Vinnie Cannoli’s adventures through Thug Town you must know I am a big-time lover of the game and rate it among the best currently on the Nintendo Switch and its already extensive library. If you haven’t though, this might be a good time to pick up on it and have yourself a read before continuing with this one. “360 degrees baby!” Heading into this second installment I wa...

Guns, Gore and Cannoli – Review

  An Offer You Can’t Refuse Meet Vinnie Cannoli, mobster, hitman, overall jester and your best buddy for the next couple of hours of your life. This guy has got a problem. The fun he has in killing rival families and zombies alike requires some serious counseling, yet, it is as infectious as it can get! Follow Vinnie’s adventures as he traverses Thugtown, that’s got a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? Experience this fictional town set back in the 1920’s, with a swarm of zombies and archenemies through a well-crafted storyline and a good dose of punchlines. I love myself a solid platformer, having been nursed by the NES with some of the most renowned platformers in video game history, and I am always on the lookout for the next best thing in the genre. Hands down, this game is a masterpiec...

Retroview: Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project

Babes, blood and bodies along with a lot of tasteful dialogue, Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project feels more like a Duke Nukem game than Duke Nukem: Forever. Duke Nukem: Manhattan Project is a platform game developed by Sunstorm Interactive, produced by 3D Realms that was released on May 14, 2002. It was quite well received by critics when it released and got generally positive reviews in the 7-8 range out of 10. But the question is does the game still hold up and should you play it? Let’s start off with the gameplay of the game which is fairly simple. Jump, run and shoot your way to find a woman that has been strapped to a GLOPP bomb and to find a key that opens the exit. That’s the premise of every level of the game and you might think it gets repetitive but after playing through the game I d...

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