Hewson published a number of great games on the 8-bit computers, but Raffaele Cecco’s superb run-and-gun, Exolon, remains one of the best. Filled with bright, vibrant visuals and intense action, it’s held up exceptionally well over the years and is still amazing fun to play. We caught up with Raffaele to discuss the origins of […]
Twenty six years ago Enix released the third instalment to their hugely popular Dragon Quest series on the Nintendo Famicom. Although seeing release in North America, Dragon Quest III like many of the other earlier titles skipped out on a European release. As of today, European gamers can finally set out on this vintage adventure […]
This morning, we have some very sad news to report in the video game community, as we bring to everyone the news of the death of Ralph Baer, who has been known as “The Father Of Video Games” for quite […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
This weekend, we were saddened to hear of the passing of Ralph H Baer. The inventor, who was 92 years of age, made history as the first person to create a home videogames console. His prototype, dubbed the Brown Box, would later be licensed and sold as the Magnavox Odyssey. Needless to say, we have lost […]
Great news for JRPG fans in Europe as Konami have announced that the highly desirable Sony PlayStation games Suikoden and Suikoden II are coming to PlayStation Network in January.
At PlayStation’s new annual event, Final Fantasy producer Shinji Hashimoto started a short presentation at with the famous Final Fantasy VII logo appearing on the screens behind him….could it be? Could we really be about to see the announcement that millions of gamers have been waiting for since Square-Enix showed off that tech-demo of Cloud for PS3 […]