After teasing retro gamers with a trailer of Atari: Game Over, the film’s director has stated that the documentary looking into the gaming giant’s collapse and their infamous landfill site is due to hit Xbox Video later this month.
Rayman is one of gaming’s success stories, catapulting creator Michel Ancel into the limelight and creating a massively successful spin-off in the form of the Raving Rabbids games. Here, Michel Ancel recalls how the limbless hero came to be. First appearing on the PlayStation right at the beginning of the machine’s life, it’s gone on […]
I’ve just posted a video of a very early WIP of my Super Cars II remake for iOS devices: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S_MOaWMCDug I’m currently in the process of building a new game based around SC2, using this engine and the original tracks as the basis but need some help with the graphics, hence my reason for putting […]
If you’ve been impressed as of late by the emergence of long lost video games for various consoles, what would you say to the discovery of an unreleased coin-op? Sega were due to début a vertical scrolling shooter known as Hammer Away into the arcades in 1991, only it never arrived. Fast forward to today […]
Released: 2001 Genre: Third-Person Shooter Publisher: RockStar Games Developer: Bungie The Background Though it was Halo that made Bungie famous among console gamers worldwide, the team had been trailblazing on Mac and PC since the early Nineties with terrific games that included Pathways Into Darkness, Marathon and Myth. Bungie surprised many of its fans during […]
Have you ever felt that Nintendo failed to get the most out of its 16-bit Mouse accessory? The Super Nintendo peripheral was only compatible with a mere 62 games, a large number of which were Japanese exclusives. One lucky retro gamer has recently discovered a prototype cartridge containing the long lost title Sound Factory, a […]
Author: jrsupermoore If you’ve ever been the author of what you thought to be a brilliant, one-of-a-kind concept only to be told “hey, that’s our idea, copycat!”, you know what it was like for DMA, the geniuses behind Uniracers. It turns out that being accused of idea theft was a double blow, because … Continue reading
Although the Super Nintendo never received the CD add-on it was due to get, the many games that hit the 16-bit system proved that it didn’t need it anyway. That said, many retro gamers often wonder what could have been had compact discs arrived on Nintendo’s system. With a certain flash cartridge in hand, you […]
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Several decades ago when the home computer dominated the playground, two gaming publications rose up to further fuel the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 war. Zzap!64 and Crash magazine became iconic names for their illustrious time on the newsagent’s shelves – something which may happen once more.