Catacomb 3D for the CD32 is a great new release for this console. Do you think an Amiga company would release Pinkie for the CD32? Thanks.
Author: John Legendoffzelda By the time of Whizz, Titus and Flair Software’s isometric puzzle-platformer about a rabbit in a magician’s dapper tux, the gaming community had already entered the dregs of the Super Nintendo days. The Nintendo 64 and its intense three-dimensional capabilities had been on the market for a … Continue reading
Can you really believe it’s been six whole years since I started this Fleetway thing back in part 1? How time flies when you’re having fun… or are too lazy to keep writing really long pieces without year-long gaps! Anyway… last time a lot of things happened. Amongst other things there was a new foe, […]
Okay, so let’s get this out of the way: Night Trap is not a great videogame. Really, it’s not even a good one. If you’ve never played Night Trap before, you basically play backup for a special ops team as they investigate the goings-on at a house where young girls keep disappearing. You do this by […]
After getting a sneak peek during a Nintendo Direct earlier this month, we now have our first full look at some Classic Sonic gameplay in Sonic Forces. And yes, it’s Green Hill Zone again. Though now it’s no longer much of a tropical island and more a grassy field in a desert. Also it has […]
Sinclair’s ZX Spectrum celebrated its 35th anniversary on Sunday, and fans have celebrated with the launch of a hardware revival on Kickstarter. The ZX Spectrum Next differs from other Spectrum revival projects in that it is a full-fledged computer, rather than a keyboard or plug-and-play console. Not only that, but it’s an evolution of the […]
A little late, but better than never! Back at the end of 2016, Opus Science Collective released their album “Zoned,” which debuted on RadioSEGA. Taken from the Bandcamp page for the album: Zoned – a nostalgic trip (at the speed of sound) down Sonic The Hedgehog’s memory lane. Zoned aims to pay homage to the creativity […]
You have to hand it to Sonic fans – they don’t do anything by halves. Even less so when it comes to making their own games based on the Blue Blur’s escapades fighting Dr Robotnik/Eggman or whatever his name is these days. Unlike Nintendo, which seems hell-bent on crushing anything that even remotley resembles an […]