In the baking 30 degree Kent sun the beaches of Margate are filling with sandcastle making children. But while this may be the traditional family fun day out, It’s hard to imagine anyone would see the crowd of excited gamers at Play Margate and still believe that playing Video games is a reclusive hobby. There’s a […]
It’s been years in the making, however, Hucast Games have finally revealed that their upcoming scrolling shooter Ghost Blade will be released in a matter of weeks. This all new bullet-fest for the Sega Dreamcast will be arriving in a number of different editions on the 27th September.
If you’re in the south of England and wondering what to do this bank holiday weekend, the Bournemouth International Centre is hosting the Bournemouth Film & Comic Con. As well as a variety of events and activities relating to the name of the convention including guest appearances from the stars of Doctor Who, Star Wars and Game […]
Hi, it’s been a while. I haven’t been around the Sonic scene in years because, like… do I really need an explanation? I am back today to promote an album of Genesis chiptunes that, at one time, was the soundtrack for my Sonic fangame, Sonic Nexus. You remember that game, don’t you? For the low […]
It’s fair to say that I like things quick and convenient most of the time. I mean, I’m the kind of guy that will convert my entire DVD collection to MP4 just to save myself the hassle of changing discs. As a result, you might reasonably expect that I’m one of those sorts that will hop […]
Night Dive Studios is bringing Turok: Dinosaur Hunter and Turok 2: Seeds Of Evil back from extinction for a PC re-release, to be sold on a variety of platforms including Steam and GOG.com. The new releases are enhanced over the originals with 1080p widescreen support, and will run on modern machines. If you’re unfamiliar with […]
It’s fair to say that the Mega-CD earned some of the poor reputation it suffered from – in particular, the image that too many of its games were just upgraded Mega Drive games. Many publishers were content to just trot the same games out again – but thankfully, Virgin came up trumps with this excellent […]
There’s a saying in show business – you’re only as good as your last performance. For a development team that was responsible for Bubsy 3D, a notoriously terrible game, that should have been a death knell. However, against all the odds Eidetic came back with Syphon Filter, an excellent PlayStation game that was able to capitalise on […]
For many Nintendo NES fans the name Action 52 will sound familiar thanks to the infamous Cheetahmen title released on an unlicensed multi-cartridge. Following in these unofficial footsteps, homebrew publishers Infinite NES Lives have announced their new homebrew compilation Double Action 53: Volume 2 – a collection of 16 brand new titles for the 8-bit […]
As per usual the Commodore 64 homebrew scene is alive, with yet another brand new release arriving on 5.25” floppy disk. Retro publisher Protovision have just made Heroes & Cowards: The Pentagram of Power available online – a graphical adventure with point and click mechanics and stunning visuals.