I wasn’t sure in which subsection put this announcement so I decided this will match more or less. I’ve made a game for Amiga. It’s my first one for this platform. It’s nothing special and I’m aware some of you will be disappointed but I want you to know that the game itself wasn’t my […]
We’ve all seen the flood of Nintendo Famicom clones over the years – all of which coming bundled with a huge selection of games built in. The Sega Mega Drive has also been subject to a rerelease through the likes of Blaze and AT Games with new versions of the 16-bit classic in both handheld […]
I honestly have no explanation for this. I’m not sure if this can be explained. Some guy from VideoGamer just tweeted these screenshots and I’m just incredibly confused right now. I mean, they’re both popular games sure, but… Angry Birds Sonic Dash Epic? Are they trying to outdo SONIC BIRDS vs. EGGMAN ROBOTNIK PIGS in the naming […]
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Not too long ago the NG:DEV.Team revealed their latest title in the works, one drawing heavy inspiration from the much loved Metal Slug series. After several more months in the studio, the homebrew publisher has not only open pre-orders for Kraut Buster on Neo Geo AES and MVS cartridge, but also released a new gameplay […]
So this is a surprise – SEGA have announced a new Sonic Boom title, named ‘Sonic Boom: Fire & Ice’, coming exclusively to 3DS during ‘Holiday 2015′. So far, details are pretty scarce but we can report that playable characters will include the main four and Sticks, with Eggman returning for villain duties alongside all-new […]
Yup, the site went down for a week. The effects of which were catastrophic. For instance, the last three months of Monday Links were suddenly removed from the internet and nobody even seems to be able to remember them. A very strange occurrence that’s in no way an unfunny excuse for my laziness. Anyway, while I was […]
While the Super Nintendo may have had an excellent Game Boy adapter to play the pocket-sized classics on the big screen, Sega never released an equivalent for their colourful Game Gear handheld. With a hefty amount of solder and a custom built board, one retro gamer has made his very own 2-in-1 Master System with […]