What would happen if someone attempted Frogger in real life? Odds are the crazy shenanigans would look something like this. Obviously, don’t try this at home, but you already know that, right?
Continuing the tradition of Monday Links not on Mondays, it’s my turn to steal the glory from Tim! With 2015 coming to a merciful end, we can look forward to a few exciting things in 2016: a Cubs team that may finally put an end to that dang curse, a bunch of movies and sequels, […]
Author: SNESFTW Let me start by saying I am a huge Superman fan and that is why I wanted to get this game. The Death and Return of Superman on the Super Nintendo is a game that was developed by Blizzard Entertainment and Sunsoft. The game is based on the … Continue reading
The Japanese Nintendo Youtube account recently uploaded this new overview trailer for the 3DS version of Mario & Sonic at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, showing plenty of gameplay of the new modes. There are also new characters Sega managed to scrape off the bottom of the barrel like Eggman Nega and Shitty BowserZavok from the Deadly […]
There are lots of classic videogame intros, but very are as heart-warming and entertaining as the beginning of Banjo-Kazooie. Watch their awesome musical medley and see for yourself.
Part Three: The Joy of Plex Things have been progressing well with my Commodore 64 platform game since part two, and I have now put together a trailer showing the first two areas of the game. Before I begin retelling my joyous experiences of learning C64 sprite multiplexing, I’d like to show a couple of […]
With the Mega Drive, Super Nintendo, PC Engine, Game Gear, and just about every other classic gaming system well catered for when it comes to SD card ready flash cartridges, it’s about time the Game Boy Advance received its very own too. After initially teasing gamers with an announcement on the upcoming Game Boy Advance […]
Before his days of kicking ass and chewing gum, Duke Nukem was following in both Sonic and Mario’s platforming footsteps. First arriving in 1991, Apogee Software’s MS-DOS adventure was anything but memorable – despite being an enjoyable shareware release – in comparison to its 3D follow up, but is that all about to change? One […]