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 […]
Ralph Baer is the father of videogames, but many of today’s gamers are unaware of how important his contributions were. He created a number of firsts, including the first console, and his ideas have helped fuel and shape our favourite past time. Ralph sadly passed away on December 06 at the age of 92. To […]
Author: John Legendoffzelda How much moving around is there in the Super Nintendo video game of Animaniacs? The Warner brothers (and the Warner sister) go into their idle animations, a dance where they shake their behinds in unison, not two seconds after the player leaves them still – that’s how … Continue reading
Mere weeks after the creators of Maniac Mansion Ron Gilbert & Gary Winnick launched a Kickstarter to fund their point and click revival Thimbleweed Park, LucasArts veteran Tim Schafer has announced that an adventure classic is due for a remake. The critically acclaimed Day of the Tentacle is being remastered for modern platforms.
Just mere weeks after the creator of Maniac Mansion launched a Kickstarter to fund his point and click revival Thimbleweed Park, another Lucasarts hero Tim Schafer has announced that two classic adventures are due to remakes. Both the critically acclaimed Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango are now being remastered for modern platforms.
Growing up in the United Kingdom in the early 80s was nothing short a of a dream. Software powerhouses were popping up everywhere and the ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC gaming boom was born. Out of this era rose an iconic studio which created countless classics, Gremlin Graphics.