During the early Eighties, gamers were going crazy for one-on-one fighters with a karate or kung-fu-based theme. Wanting to shake the genre up a little, Palace Software, added swords, blood and boobs into the mix. The result was Barbarian, one of the most controversial and fun fighters to ever appear on an 8-bit micro. Here […]
Author: Masamune I consider myself an intermediate to advanced video game player. I like challenge in my games … as long as it’s fair. Not in many years have I experienced such a frustratingly difficult game as I have with Jim Power. The saddest part is that it could … Continue reading
Most gamers have heard the stories of Atari’s burial of it’s stock of ET The Extra-Terrestrial cartridges in the desert landfill of Alamogordo. What no-one knew is exactly what they would find there. This 66 minute documentary, produced by Xbox Entertainment Studios and directed by Zak Penn, charts the excavation of the site and what […]
Just want to announce my game here as well 🙂 I have made a little game for classic Amigas. Nothing special really. It’s a side shooter based on the SuperTed animation. This mixed with some other Amiga graphics. The system requirements are quite high for a game like this. You need at least a 68030, […]
Just mere weeks after revealing the latest progress with the upcoming PSIO device, the team behind this ISO loading SD card adapter have returned to showcase its many features. After watching this recently uploaded twenty minute long YouTube video, PlayStation 1 owners will no doubt be desperate to get their hands on this new bit […]
Analogue Interactive are well known for their custom luxury wood based Neo Geo MVS consoles, but it would appear they’ve yet again outdone themselves. Although their latest creation is out of our price-range, the all-in-one Analogue NEO is set to revolutionise arcade gaming at home once more.
The Nintendo NES is no stranger when it comes to brand new homebrew games. Having seen a whole host of new releases hit the console in the last few years, you won’t be that surprised to learn that another adventure is fast approaching the 8-bit system – Pyronaut.
Graeme Devine is one of the original bedroom coders. He briefly worked for Atari at the age of 16, formed Trilobyte, then rode the CD-ROM wave with The 7th Guest. He’s worked for id Software, been the writer for Halo Wars and even found time to port his classic games to iOS. Here he tells […]