Here at Sumonix we look back fondly on gaming’s early years. Sure, in the eighties we had pixelated graphics and the sound was comprised of repetitive 8-Bit synthesizer, but there were some truly memorable, ground-breaking games released…
In all honesty, wrestling provided me with some of the best memories of my life. The now dubbed ‘sports entertainment’ reached its pinnacle through the late 90’s and early 00’s and thankfully I was there to experience every jaw dropping, heart stopping, high flying, death defying moment.
“Officer, your mission is simple. You are to navigate your men through a heavily guarded German base, disable the electrified fence, steal some explosives, blow up the dam and return home to safety in the escape vehicle. I want everyone back alive, good luck, officer.”
Typically, when a new Zelda game is announced everyone is feverishly commenting on the scale of the adventure that awaits them or reminiscing in the nostalgic feelings that few franchises such as The Legend of Zelda can provide.