A classic decathlon game in the style of Track & Field, Athlete Kings didn’t have an awful lot of competition on the Saturn but still managed to impress with tight gameplay and attractive high resolution visuals. Not only that, but it was a perfect port of the arcade game Decathlete, though this is a bit […]
Not every arcade game gets a fair shake on release. While some find immediate success, those that don’t are usually chucked on the scrapheap very quickly indeed, regardless of how good they might be. (Just ask us about Sega’s 2Spicy some time…) Universal’s Cosmic Avenger was a game that didn’t become tremendously popular in arcades. While […]
We only just got an official worldwide release to Sonic Runners, and SEGA and Hardlight Studios aren’t wasting any time on the next free-to-play entry. Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom was spotted yesterday on the Google Play Store. As the name suggests, Sonic Dash 2 uses the Sonic Boom variants of all the characters and […]
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 […]