As a PlayStation-owning teenager, I resented Ape Escape a little bit. Not because it was a bad game, mind you – it was a good game I just couldn’t play, because unlike the vast majority of PlayStation releases it demanded a Dual Shock controller. Never mind the fact that the game and pad were available […]
Blowing on your Nintendo NES cartridges may soon be a thing of the past thanks to a newly launched Kickstarter project. Featuring an all new design different to your average 72-pin connector replacements, Blinking Light Win promises to finally cast away those troublesome blinking grey screens.
Author: jrsupermoore The theme song to the 90s classic sitcom “Fresh Prince of Bel-Air” perfectly captures the whimsical thrill I feel whenever I reach back to the third installment of the NBA Jam series on SNES, NBA Hang Time. While it rarely gets mentioned in the same breath as NBA … Continue reading
Created in the mid-Seventies by Richard Garriott, Origin Systems was one of the most important PC developers around. Wing Commander, Crusader and the mighty Ultimata are just a few of the key franchises it has created, while Garriott has been a huge influence to gaming as the industry has evolved. Here, key members, including Garriott […]
The 3DO release of id’s seminal first person shooter ‘Doom’ is widely regarded as one of the worst console ports available. Back in the mid nineties, Doom was the benchmark for 3D gaming and every console manufacturer wanted a version on it’s hardware to show the capabilities of the system.
It seems that the trend for releasing new content for Sega’s Dreamcast is set to continue with another new project hitting the console in the near future. AMEBA is a visual novel from Retro Sumus – a team of developers, artists and musicians with high profile indie RPG Pier Solar amongst their back catalogue. Retro […]
Hi, Could you list the isometric adventure games that are available on Amiga.
In our little hobby of videogames, nostalgia has always played an important part. Our memories keep alive games we haven’t played for years – even if they were absolute stinkers. This is where the Commodore 64: a visual Commpendium comes in. Each game (100+ of them!) is lovingly spread across two pages with annotations from […]
Hello! Could somebody using WHDLoad on a real Amiga confirm that the WHDLoad installation of Hollywood Poker Pro loses the synchronization between the introduction’s choregraphy and music, and post his hardware configuration? They are synchronous if the dance begins on the first bassdrum sound. They are not if the dance clearly begins earlier (probably one […]
When you get right down to it, there are two different types of retro video gamers out there. You have those like myself that prefer original hardware and cartridges (or discs), on actual televisions or on real systems that you […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…