Llamasoft’s TxK was released to almost universal acclaim on the PS Vita early last year, and its success meant it was only a matter of time before the game’s creator and industry legend Jeff Minter looked towards porting the title to other platforms.
We are getting quite excited by the prospect of aliens invading our planet with video game characters. Especially Pac-Man chomping through the streets of American cities. Not sure what we are talking about? Check out the Pixels The Movie trailer. Film to be released this August. We can’t wait. Pixels the Movie Trailer Original […]
In an age where animal mascots were a dime a dozen, Sparkster was worth his weight in gold. How many of his classic escapades do you remember? Rock ‘Em Sock ‘Em Every hero needs a villain – Superman has Lex Luthor, Mario has Bowser and Sparkster has his own in the form of Axel Gear. […]
It may look rather quaint now, but Pete Sampras Tennis was something of a big deal when it was first released. It received excellent reviews at the time, mainly due to the excellent multiplayer mode that catered for up to four players at once. This last point was rather important if you knew any SNES […]
It’s the long time argument about what is better: Playing on real hardware using real cartridges and discs on a real TV, or playing via emulated ROM images on a modern PC. Obviously, each one has advantages and disadvantages, and […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
You have been asking for them for a while, and now they’re finally here. The 3DO Interactive Multiplayer and the SNK Neo Geo CD make their way into our database. But there’s more to this update, including the probably most popular Japan-exclusive system, the WonderSwan. Read further to discover what else has been added in […]
The Nintendo Virtual Boy might not be the most heralded games console around, but it sure does have a loyal and hardworking fan base. Following a recently held homebrew development competition online, the fan site Planet Virtual Boy has released a physical cartridge containing the many impressive entries received.
As great as emulation is, it’s fairly daunting looking at long lists of ROMs to choose what to play. While there are fantastic solutions around such as Hyperspin to add a bit more depth to your libraries, an all new emulation frontend known as New Retro Arcade has arrived which places your games into a […]
There’s a lot of love out there for the Soul series, and rightly so – Soul Calibur for the Dreamcast had an absolutely enormous impact, and the games since have been of a generally high quality. But the game that tends to get forgotten in all of this is poor old Soul Blade (or Soul […]
When Codemasters set up its company in late 1985 it knew it needed a suitable calling card to wow gamers with. The Darling brothers were no strangers to success, because they had already been creating numerous games for Mastertronic, but now the brothers wanted to go it along and they soon game up with a […]