This innovative release from Atari Inc is arguably one of the first examples of survival horror and it’s a cracker to boot, creating an oppressive creepy atmosphere that no amount of flickering visuals could remove. You’re essentially exploring the house of the late Zachary Graves that consists of four floors and a basement, with different […]
The name won’t be familiar to everyone, but Mev Dinc has been involved in some cracking games over his 30-year career. He’s ported classics to the Spectrum and Amstrad, created original games like Gerry The Germ and helped form Vivid Image. In this classic interview, Mev tells us how his impressive career started off. So […]
Despite there being a wealth of brand new releases available for older systems, very few of these homebrew offerings are sports titles. Throwback Games, however, are set to break the mould with their upcoming 2-on-2 style basketball game Jam It for the Commodore 64.
The Super Retro Trio by Retro-Bit is just one console in a recent spate of consoles that has seen modern hardware being married up to vintage carts in order to provide an alternative to using original consoles. There are many reasons who you would want to play original carts on modern hardware; preserving the integrity […]
This post is written by Jake Parr. Even to this day, after over twenty long years, Doom is still a popular game for modding, map- making and much more. Because of its ground-breaking success as a critically acclaimed shooter, discs upon discs were released by various third party companies, offering more levels, more content and […]
Games based around mini-games are nothing new in the industry. You could argue that Gorf is one of the earliest examples, while titles like Lazy Jones and Hypersports are all built around similar concepts. Few mini-game-based efforts are as focused as WarioWare, Inc though. Nintendo had already had some success in the area with the […]