If you’ve beaten both Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask you’ll no doubt be lusting after yet another expansive quest for the N64. Although anything but approved by Nintendo, fans of these 64-bit adventures have begun work on an all new title in the Legend of Zelda series known as The Third Quest.
One of the more recent neo-retro releases which has been worth picking up is VBlank’s Retro City Rampage. Having originally started life as a Grand Theft Auto clone for the Nintendo NES, indie developer is digging deeper into his roots and porting the popular title down to MS-DOS.
New publisher Console Classics yesterday released N2O, a hidden gem of the PlayStation library, on Steam. Although the debut was quiet – the game is the only one the publisher has put out so far – the company seems to have some big ambitions, as a quick look at its website suggests that it has licensed a […]
Author: John Legendoffzelda Some terrible video games let you know exactly what you’re in for. It isn’t simply that the game is a pile of dreary, uninspired gameplay elements Scotch-taped together by the developers – there’s always some kind of extra warning signal. This game’s case of red alert awfulness … Continue reading
Capcom and clothing brand Numskull have teamed up to create a range of five rather attractive new limited edition Street Fighter t-shirts for summer 2015, with designs provided by the pop artist and New Yorker illustrator Stanley Chow. Chow’s designs are vintage-style offerings featuring stylised profiles of Ryu, Ken and Blanka against backdrops of their national flags, with […]
As we all know too well, R-Type is one of the greatest scrolling shooters to ever grace the arcades. Since its release the game has arrived on a whole host of different systems, however, few of these ports have managed to replicate the coin-op chaos perfectly. One that comes to mind is the Atari ST […]
If you’re collecting Nintendo NES games in North America, you’ll no doubt be familiar with how tough it is to keep track of the many different releases on offer. With over 700 games to be found, those who have managed to source each and every one of these games – including Stadium Events – will […]
Originally, I was just going to throw up a clip of The Critics’ Jay Sherman just saying his trademark line of “It stinks!” but that would be simply broadside-ing with an elephant gun what at its core is a good game wrapped up in layers of garbage, like one of those Babushka figurines. So, let’s […]