Several years ago an early preview of a Dragon Force II fan translation patch was released by Verve Fanworks. Although making the Sega Saturn title more playable, a lot of the dialogue was yet to be translated including the game’s all important story. After what is thought to be eight years in the making, the […]
I recently got into the Neo Geo scene by acquiring a friend’s collection. I now have 30 Neo Geo AES games and an AES console with 2 joysticks. I invited a friend over to try some of the games out, since most of them are co-op, and the first game we played through was a […]
There’s nothing worse than booting up one of your favourite titles only to find your save game has been lost due to a backup-battery running out of juice. While there are methods available to backup your efforts before the inevitable end of a battery’s life, an all new USB solution has just been released allowing […]
Further proving there’s still life and plenty of power in the Commodore 64 comes a brand new adventure currently in the works for the classic computer, Sam’s Journey. Featuring incredibly lush visuals and super smooth scrolling, homebrew coders Knights of Bytes have recently released a small teaser of their upcoming title which looks set to […]
There is plenty of talk over the internet about Goldeneye 007 on the Nintendo 64 and it seems to be split between several types of people. There are those that still love it unashamedly, those that think it plays like junk today and those that think all PC first person shooter games destroy it anyway […]
Being of a slightly newer vintage than many of you, I missed out on Enduro Racer in the arcade. I was, however, extremely familiar with the Master System game with which it shares a name – and as it happens, little else. Instead of essentially being Hang-On with more obstacles, Enduro Racer on the Master […]
In 2000 Konami released a follow up to their shipwrecked adventure Survival Kids on the Game Boy Color. Although remaining a Japanese exclusive until the series was revitalised under the new name Lost In Blue for Nintendo DS, fan translation efforts have finally brought Survival Kids 2: Dasshutsu! Futago Shima to English speaking audiences.
Last year brought around the discovery of an infinite lives glitch within Super Mario Bros, something that has laid dormant in Nintendo’s code for nearly three decades. This, however, isn’t the only secret hiding deep within the 1985 platformer. With the push of a few buttons, Princess Peach soon becomes the heroine on the timeless […]
Back in 2010, Google created an interactive version of Pac-Man, in the form of one of their “Google Doodles”. You were able to play a complete game on your web browser on the main screen of their search engine. In […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
It seems Atari isn’t the only entity issuing cease and desist legal warnings at the moment, as news has begun to circulate that a promising fan-made HD remake of Super Mario 64 has been taken off various hosting sites at the request of the Japanese firm.