In this episode we speak to Neil West another well known journalist from the 90’s. Neil was known for his work on much loved Sega magazines Sega Power and MEGA.
This review was originally published in Play issue 37, July 1998 DOUBLE BLANK OR DOUBLE SIX? JVC LAYS ITS CUTESY DOMINO CHALLENGE ON THE LINE. sound like a game for people who wear furry, zip-up slippers and huddle under tartan blankets, but actually it’s a rather addictive (if short lived) psychedelic domino laying extravaganza. Before you […]
A little over a month ago, we reported on Sony’s upcoming entry into the “mini throwback” console market, with the announcement of their PlayStation Classic to be released later this year. At the time, Sony mentioned 5 of the 20 […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Surprising? Yes! The second Wreck-it Ralph movie, Ralph Breaks the Internet takes a sharp turn from the world of video games to exploring the realm of social media and online entertainment. Oh and the fact that Disney now practically owns everything from Marvel to Star Wars. However recent ads for the movie show that there […]
Author: sull56ivan2010 If you were to ask me my favorite video game of all time, that answer would be Doom. I loved the games since playing a shareware version of the original on Windows 95 back in 1995-96. Finding the DOS original on abandonware has rekindled my interest in … Continue reading The post […]
The latest issue of Retro Gamer is out on Thursday 1 November, and it’s a special celebration of SNK’s 40th anniversary. The magazine comes with a sticker sheet featuring sprites and artwork from the company’s history, as well as The Mini SNK Companion – a guide to 40 great games by SNK and on […]
It goes without saying that we enjoy homebrew titles around these parts, and this afternoon be bring our readers the news about a brand new game coming to the Nintendo Game Boy! The game, called “Invasion 1984” is still very […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…