Everyone has their own ideas for a “Game of the Year” list. But it’s fun to take stock and see how acclaimed games have changed over the last three decades.
This weekend, the New York Times reported on the Advanced Aerospace Threat Identification Program, which apparently found unidentifiable alien alloys. While we have no clue what the hell those alloys are, here are some video game alloys that might as well be real now.
Last year LEGO builder and Metroid Prime fan Jared Rosenblitt recreated the exciting battle between the terrifying Meta Ridley and Samus atop the Chozo Artifact Temple. To celebrate the series’ 30th anniversary, Jared hit reset and went back to the beginning of the game.