Dare to Play the Game

Posted in: Dare to Play the Game, News and Opinions, Regular Columns by Michael Durr on August 8th, 2007

Michael Durr has been reviewing movies for the better part of fifteen years now. He primarily enjoys thrillers, sci-fi, animation and even a little courtroom drama. His favorite films include Escape from New York, the Goonies and anything with Alyssa Milano. When he’s not praising Kurt Russell as the greatest actor of our time or scratching his head over a David Lynch flick, he’s spending time at home in Texas with his lovely wife, Lori and his amazing son. How they put up with him is a mystery, but even Basil Rathbone doesn’t have the time to solve that one.

3 Comments

  1. teedub
    08/09/2007 @ 7:11 pm

    Now I own all but two of my original N64 games on the Wii. Goldeneye and Turok would officially round out all the games I ever owned for the N64, but it’s unlikely to surface on the VC. BTW, Wave Race 64 was awesome, and still holds up today. (Though I don’t remember any DS Lite ads in the original version. :P)

  2. Michael Durr
    08/09/2007 @ 7:17 pm

    I would think you would see Goldeneye and Turok eventually as they were big hits for N64. Yeah, there might be some licensing issues, but Goldeneye was huge for its time. A little part of me wants to see WWF No Mercy for N64 on VC, but that one really is stuck in licensing heck as is most wrestling games on any of the “VC” systems. Glad you like Wave Race, not me though 😛

  3. Rod
    08/14/2007 @ 4:46 pm

    Hey – there’s that “often alarming” tagline – awesome!

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