As slick as Apple’s range of devices are, they just don’t have the edge over Android equivalents due to the wealth of retro gaming emulators available on the Play Store. That said, some clever hackers have somehow managed to get Super Nintendo classics up and running on iPhones and iPads, similar to the way Game […]
Part of the charm of growing up several decades ago was allowing the surge of toys and electronic devices predict the outcome of your future. Whether it was magic 8-balls or even the Neo Geo Pocket’s horoscopes, we all wanted to know how our life would pan out and if our beloved crushes felt the […]
Design Design might not be as well known as other developers from the 8-bit period, but that doesn’t make its story any less interesting. Formed within the halls of Manchester University and originally known as Crystal Computing, it quickly delivered a string of entertaining games, from Halls Of The Things to Dark Star and Nosferatu. […]
Despite countless kids of the 80s requesting computers to do their homework on, we can all admit that gaming was the sole reason behind our needs. That said, the Master System nearly spawned a generation of digital artists through Sega’s unreleased Graphics Board. Although seeming to be long lost into the archives, a group of […]
While the United States has it’s infamous 1983 video game crash, other countries around the world were not impacted by the losses. Over in the United Kingdom for instance, the video game industry still was strong when compared to the […] ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
In 1989 Japanese gamers were treated to yet another regional-exclusive RPG series known as Xak – spanning numerous home computer and console platforms. Drawing inspiration from the Ys series, developers Micro Cabin released four titles under the Xak name, one of which has just been translated into English.