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The Dreamcast is a console which has enjoyed an incredible amount of posthumous support, with at least a couple of new games for Sega’s hardware swansong appearing each year. However, these titles are often 2D shoot-’em-ups – a popular choice with fans of the console, but a genre imbalance which potentially leaves some fans out […]
Growing up we all dreamed of the day arcade-perfect gameplay would arrive at home. While it may have hit our living rooms much earlier than expected, the journey there left behind a shed-load of tragic ports and attempts to re-create the coin-op magic.
As some of you may well know Darran enjoys the odd board game or two. Here’s his list of essential classics. How many have you played? Ghost Castle Released: 1970 The aim of Ghost Castle was to traverse a spooky castle. The board was split into four areas that were loaded with deadly traps that […]
The Sega Dreamcast truly is a console that refuses to lay down and die – and why should it? Sega’s final hardware release had a criminally short natural lifespan and was only two years old when the Japanese company decided to pull the plug.
Bomberman is pretty great, but he’s been neglected a bit since Konami absorbed Hudson Soft a couple of years ago – we haven’t seen hide nor hair of the blast-happy battler since One Hundred Person Battle Bomberman, a 2012 mobile game that wasn’t nearly as awesome as the name makes out. Thankfully though, he’s back on […]