Hi, Could you list the isometric adventure games that are available on Amiga.
In our little hobby of videogames, nostalgia has always played an important part. Our memories keep alive games we haven’t played for years – even if they were absolute stinkers. This is where the Commodore 64: a visual Commpendium comes in. Each game (100+ of them!) is lovingly spread across two pages with annotations from […]
Hello! Could somebody using WHDLoad on a real Amiga confirm that the WHDLoad installation of Hollywood Poker Pro loses the synchronization between the introduction’s choregraphy and music, and post his hardware configuration? They are synchronous if the dance begins on the first bassdrum sound. They are not if the dance clearly begins earlier (probably one […]
When you get right down to it, there are two different types of retro video gamers out there. You have those like myself that prefer original hardware and cartridges (or discs), on actual televisions or on real systems that you […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Back in September a team of creative individuals revealed their on-going project to bring HDMI out to the Nintendo Game Boy. After garnering plenty of interest for their modification kit, the hdmyboy has finally hit Kickstarter for those wanting to play the handheld on the TV.
War games are an annual event these days, but in the very early Nineties it was a very different situation. Medal Of Honor changed all that, delivering solid shooting mechanics and a strong storyline. Here, the original developers explain how they worked with Steven Spielberg to create a classic first-person shooter. By time work started […]
The Retro Gamer team loves cool gaming merchandise. Darran has a statue of Link and Epona on his desk; Nick has Metal Sonic keeping guard of his monitor 24/7. But we could always use more, and this Lego set would be an excellent addition to our rapidly-growing collection of gaming tat. Based on The Legend […]
Year Released: 1993 Original Price: $249.99 (USA), £199.99 (UK), Yen 24,800 (Japan) Buy It Now For: £25+ Associated magazines: Jagwired (fanzine), EGM, GameFan, Gamepro, Edge Why The Atari Jaguar was great: At launch far more powerful than any other cartridge system, considerably cheaper than 3DO, and there would eventually be some amazing exclusive games released. […]
I don’t care much for golf. Watching it isn’t a great deal of fun, and I am so uncoordinated that attempting to play it would undoubtedly end in an act of unintentional self-harm, one so severe as to require my immediate hospitalisation. As such, it’s quite strange that I enjoy golf games as much as […]