This coming Friday will be 26 years since the Sega Genesis became available in North America. Over the years, it would become a major competitor against video game giant Nintendo, with a wide variety of classics including what would become […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
The NEC PC-FX isn’t too well known outside of Japan due to the lack of English friendly games on the system. Surrounded by a sea of Japanese heavy titles are a few select gems such as Chip Chan Kick (a Bubble Bobble inspired single-screen-em-up) and Battle Heat (a FMV based fighter) which make the 32-bit […]
We all know and love the classic coin-op Pac-Man, but how would the game play out as an endless eat-em-up today? Bandai-Namco have teamed up with mobile developers Hipster Whale (better known for their Crossy Road) to gift Pac-Man an all new adventure on Android and iOS in Pac-Man 256.
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The Japanese exclusive add-on to the Nintendo Famicom known as the Disk System allowed the 8-bit console to load games from a re-writable source. Although anything but floppy, the yellow cased disks worked exactly like a standard 3.5” equivalent. Instead of writing games onto disk yourself, you’d either buy them brand new or head to […]
About two months ago, Retro Game Network became the site to offer NES fans an exclusive trailer for the latest game being created by Kevin Hanley of Khan Games, called “The Incident“. Just like many of Khan’s original titles to […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
If for whatever reason you’re looking for an all new 16-bit title to get stuck into, Piko Interactive may have you covered. The retro gaming publisher has just announced that three of their upcoming releases have just been added to their online store including unreleased Super Nintendo title Dorke & Ymp, along with an obscure […]
So, there it is. Sonic Adventure 2. We’ve done a few streams recently, from speeding through the brilliant Unleashed Project and Sonic Generations to a playthrough of LakeFeperd’s absolutely stellar Sonic After The Sequel, so we’re starting to get a bit of a feel for the core ‘stream team’. I was trying to think of […]
Ridge Racer Revolution is a bit of a funny one – it’s widely regarded as being a very good game, yet it’s arguably the least-praised of the series’ PlayStation outings. But while Ridge Racer might have had more impact, Rage Racer more attitude and Ridge Racer Type 4 more depth, it’s Revolution that will always be my […]
The best thing about the Nineties rivalry between Capcom and SNK was easily the crossover explosion that followed at the turn of the century. The two companies mined some real gold from the endeavour, with SNK producing excellent Neo Geo Pocket games and Capcom delivering two brilliant arcade fighting games. However, SNK’s fortunes went south […]