Spectrum fans might well remember Fairlight and Fairlight II, from Swedish coder Bo Jangeborg. These isometric adventure games were both highly regarded by fans of Sir Clive’s finest, with the original receiving a whopping 95% from Crash, and Computer & Video Games describing it as possessing “a level of detail and precision which surpasses anything seen […]
Remembering some of Bob Wakelin’s amazing artwork related to video games:
Our chums over at PC Gamer are throwing a big old bash on 17-18 February at London Olympia, called the PC Gamer Weekender. You’ve probably guessed that it will showcase the latest in computer gaming and technology, but did you know that it’s also host to a retro gaming section? We do – but of […]
RAGE (Really Amateur Game Expo) is, bar none, the greatest online convention in the history of the internet. What is RAGE? RAGE is a kind of, but not really, game jam, where creators can compete to produce the worst, goofiest fan game possible using whatever tools at their disposal. RAGE has always prided itself in […]
Author: John Legendoffzelda Hook fails to prove that the world needs a continuation of the Peter Pan story. Or at least one that presents a scenario where Peter has grown into an adult and forgotten his roots. In Steven Spielberg’s film, Peter is now a workaholic father who has his … Continue reading The post […]
In this episode Paul and Arron discuss their experiences with movie licensed games. From the 80’s to now there have been hundreds made. Some have been amazing based on the summer blockbusters of that particular year, Batman, Jurassic Park etc. However there have been many awful ones such as Wayne’s World, Home Alone etc.
While the Consumer Electronics Show is typically the place for tech companies to show off the gadgets of the future, retro gaming brands have embraced the show as a place to showcase their own upcoming products. To that end, Retro-Bit, Hyperkin and My Arcade have new products on display that are sure to appeal to […]