Although many would assume that Konami’s acquisition of Hudson Soft has left retro heroes such as Bonk and Bomberman out in the cold, one flame has finally been rekindled and used to reignite a gaming fuse! The iconic multiplayer blaster is back in its traditional form on both iOS and Android in Japan.
Using Kickstarter as a platform to help fund development of an all new 8-bit adventure, Brad Smith has turned to the crowd-sourcing platform to bring Lizard to life. This reptilian platformer spanning countless screens and a nostalgic soundtrack is not only due to hit the Nintendo NES, but also Mac and PC.
While the main purpose of the Super Game Boy is to provide access to a library of portable titles on the big screen, there are the occasional few releases you could argue deserved Super Nintendo ports. With this in mind, one retro gamer decided to gift Pokemon Blue a 16-bit release by merging the Super […]
Like most UK kids of a certain age, I grew up with a school full of BBC Micros and have fond memories of the machine as a result. Seeing the class computer switched on was one of those special moments, much like when the video player was wheeled into the classroom, as you knew that […]
Has anyone heard Dyter-07 High Score Music? I love this music, reminds me of Turrican abit for some reason. What do you think? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQZFXwiTzWo
In the early Nineties the gaming industry was obsessed with digitised, motion-captured graphics. Mortal Kombat was proving to be a big success and Atari wanted something that would make an equal impact in the arcades. In its infinitie wisdom, it realised a one-on-one fighter starring dinosaurs and other prehistoric beasts. This is that story. In […]
Author: John Legendoffzelda Super Valis IV, Atlus’ port of the fourth installment in the overlooked Valis franchise, suffers the most from a lack of context. It’s named like a sequel, and it’s the continuation of a magical-girl fantasy about a girl named Yuko Ahso, who inherits a magic sword and … Continue reading
As technology has progressed, the ability to emulate our favourite games from decades ago has become a simple task for the more powerful platforms of today. One of the more recent offerings, the JXD S7800b, is a quad core Android tablet built for nothing but gaming. Although intended to be the ultimate mobile gaming device, […]