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Attack of the Flickering Skeletons: More Terrible Old Games You’ve Probably Never Heard Of By Stuart Ashen,

  • Title: Attack of the Flickering Skeletons: More Terrible Old Games You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
  • Author: Stuart Ashen
  • ISBN: 9781783524136
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Welcome to a world of games you never knew existed You will probably wish you still didn t.YouTube sensation Stuart Ashen is back with his second instalment of terrible old computer games you ve probably never heard of because what the world needs right now is to know exactly how bad Domain of the Undead for the Atari 8 bit computers was.Attack of the Flickering SkeletWelcome to a world of games you never knew existed You will probably wish you still didn t.YouTube sensation Stuart Ashen is back with his second instalment of terrible old computer games you ve probably never heard of because what the world needs right now is to know exactly how bad Domain of the Undead for the Atari 8 bit computers was.Attack of the Flickering Skeletons is even bigger than the original Terrible Old Games You ve Probably Never Heard Of this second excavation of gaming s buried past will not only unearth appalling excuses for digital entertainment, but also feature guest contributors and several special interest chapters not based around single specific games.These are NOT the games you ve heard of a million times in YouTube videos This is a compilation of truly obscure and dreadful games Dripping with wry humour and featuring the best, worst graphics from the games themselves, this book encapsulates the atrocities produced in the days of tight budgets and low quality controls.These are even appalling games that leaked from the industry s tear ducts, taken down from the dusty shelves of history by the man who has somehow made a living by sticking rubbish on a sofa and talking about it.
    Attack of the Flickering Skeletons More Terrible Old Games You ve Probably Never Heard Of Welcome to a world of games you never knew existed You will probably wish you still didn t YouTube sensation Stuart Ashen is back with his second instalment of terrible old computer games you ve proba

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    1. Despite being an avid gamer since the 80s I d never heard of any of the games dissected in this book Just as well really, as they sound like complete dross and best avoided This book, however, is a joy A really enjoyable read that had me smirking throughout and laughing out loud than once The list of awful games is nicely interspersed with various youtubers detailing their personal gaming disappointments And it s all done with a love of gaming I will be seeking out this book s first volume.

    2. Not an excellent book I feel that Ashens Terrible Old Games series works much better in video format Why waste time describing the game when he can show us it s not like Ashens doesn t know how to make great videos I also feel that a lot of the humour and snark is lost in the written word For example, there s very little difference in quality and humour between the guest posts and those of Ashens And without Ashens hand gestures, it s hard to understand just how angry and disappointed he is with [...]

    3. Stuart Ashen returns with of his acerbic wit, this time aimed at some Terrible Old Games You ve Probably Never Heard Of Looking at a later era than the previous book, and with guest appearances from Online Video Game experts Jim Sterling, Larry Bundy Jr, and the returning Baron Mentski whose prose alone is worth the price of the book , you ll be greeted with Street Fighter rip offs, racing games void of any racing, and the infamous tale of HareraiserAshen s humour easily translates to the page [...]

    4. A big improvement over the first Terrible Old Games book While the original is light on content, this features a lot bang for your buck It s actually a lot varied too with several guest contributions and features about other terrible video game stuff like the Cheetah tortoise joystick, bad video game covers and games that received multiple ports for the same system It s only really let down by the fact that the subject matter means every feature has an overall negative quality to it It s basic [...]

    5. Possibly not as good as the first one, but still a very, very enjoyable book.Sure, you may think why not just watch the videos but I do love the physical format and the book does do a good job at conveying a good amount of humor and old game reviewing Stuart has also enriched this second volume with new sections and guest writers, which is a plus Only gripe as with the first wish it was longer

    6. It s no secret I love anything about classic video games and gaming history so I snapped up the next installment of YouTuber Ashens terrible old games Another batch of amusing video games reviews, on such classics as Kris Kross Make my video, Domain of the undead and Murder at Mystery Manor How these titles were ever commercially available never mind passed play testing we shall never know

    7. Just as good as the previous book, nice to see some newer titles also included Top it off with some great guest articles, consider it an educational and fun read.

    8. I feel like this may be a bit repetitive than its predecessor there s a lot of shoddy collision detection and, with the obvious exception of Jim Sterling, for me none of the guest contributors contributed that much when compared to the quality of Ashens own chapters Nevertheless, it s another horrifying, hilarious odyssey through the inexplicable, unplayable and generally unsound.

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