For the last few years, one LittleBigPlanet sculptor has been recreating one of his favourite games in the platforming title’s sandbox. While many of us have tried our hand at making custom levels in the MediaMolecule release, this talented gamer has instead remade all of Final Fantasy VII’s 3 disc adventure into many different playable […]
It’s safe to say that it’s been a rather long time since a true traditional 2D point ‘n’ click adventure hit our home computers. Being one of the most popular genres of the late 80s and early 90s, classics such as Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion, and Day of the Tentacle all proved that storytelling and […]
It’s been 19 years since Team 17′s most famous series hit the shelves, and the irreconcilable invertebrates have been bombing the hell out of one another the whole time. It all started with Andy Davidson’s entry into an Amiga Format coding competition, titled Total Wormage, and though he didn’t win the game impressed Team 17 […]
If you’ve ever owned a PC then chances are you’ve heard of The Sims. Created by Will Wright, it placed you in charge of a virtual avatar who could go to work, take showers, watch TV and participate in all sorts of mundance activities. It became a huge success for Maxis and EA, going on […]
It’s likely as a retro gaming fan you have at some point played a Konami game. If, like me, you were also a fan of using cheats, then there is/was a famous cheat common to a wide range of Konami games – one which has since become famous for its long-running use. But what about those […]
As of recent there’s been a rather significant breakthrough in the retro gaming world. Similar to flash cartridges, console hackers have somehow found a way to trick disc based systems into running games from SD card. With the ability to now store and play a large library of game images from removable media, are the […]
The Game Map is a 60 x 80 cm imaginary map that is loosely based upon an area of Tokyo but features streets and other landmarks made up of the names of over 500 games and other references from throughout the history of gaming from the 50s through to the modern day. Game Map is […]
Those of us that are currently enrolled in high school or college know all about the Texas Instruments line of calculators. They have been around us since we started learning about the various styles of algebra as well as other […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
Believe it or not, but there’s a rather active community demaking famous video games for the most unlikely of devices. After having brought a scaled down version of Pokemon to the TI-83/84 range of calculators, this talented developer is back with none other than Super Smash Bros for the number crunching devices.
Earlier this week a Kickstarter project reached its target funding to provide Mega Drive and Super Nintendo consoles with HDMI cables. But where does this leave the old consoles such as the Nintendo NES? Well it would appear that 8-bit gamer’s dreams have finally been answered thanks to Game-Tech’s newly announced NESHD modification.