Steven Rollins

There’s no doubt that classic shooters such as Doom and Duke Nukem paved the way for today’s Call of Duty and Halo. But given today’s modern graphics and mechanics, would these games still hold up without their nostalgia factor? Ion Fury provides evidence that they just might. There’s a story to Ion Fury, but like most shooters of the ’90s, it’s not the central focus of the game. In fact, most of it is told via a “Read Me” option in the menus. You play as Corporal Shelly “Bombshell” Harrison, who is in charge of the Global Defense Force’s Domestic […]

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