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Bandit Gaming- Danger Mouse to Make a Return to Gaming on the Commodore Amiga

Danger Mouse, a cartoon from the late 80’s/early 90’s is making his return to gaming thanks to AmigaPD.  This new title is a graphical text adventure title starring the British mouse and his sidekick, Penfold.  So far, this is definitely a work in progress.  It looks like the graphics are taken from stills of the […]

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Revenge of the License: Paws

Just when you thought it was safe to walk the streets as a stray… (cue ominous music) There’s nowhere to run! There’s nowhere to hide! Your enemies feel no pity, no remorse, no fear, and no desire to stop until you are dead. If you were alone, maybe you could escape. But ten innocent lives […]

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Become a JUNKER in Neo Kobe City with Snatcher – Today in History – December 13th 1988

Snatcher is a game that, at the time of release in North America, was one of the first of a small genre which has not progressed much in the two plus decades since.  We covered Snatcher in our second issue of Retro Gaming Magazine, along with many other worthy titles.  While visual novels/digital comics are […]

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Game Hack: Diablo 1 in HD Modification

Diablo, the original one, was released quite a while back, December 1996- nearly 18 years ago.  Back then, HD was not around, at least not in North America (I believe it was thriving quite well in Japan), but that has not stopped a dedicated game hacker from creating an HD version of Diablo.  Not only […]

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Bandit Gaming: Super Wolfenstein 3D Brings Ragdoll Physics to id Software Classic

Okay, Doom just turned 21 (as evidenced here) so I figure it is a good time to do some coverage of a new version of Wolfenstein 3D.  This version was created for the PewDiePie Jam where developers only have 72 hours, or so, to develop their game from start to finish.  What sets Super Wolfenstein […]

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Go To Hell in Doom – Today in History – December 10th, 1993

When id Software released Doom they probably didn’t expect it to take off like it did.  Previously they did a lot of other games that weren’t nearly as big and the moderately successful Wolfenstein 3D.  The point is, everything prior to Doom was nowhere near as popular.  Doom expanded upon the graphics conveyed in Wolfenstein […]

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New Game: Honey Bee Released for the Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 continues to receive new games from homebrew developers.  The ingenuity represented in most of these new games is exemplary, take Honey Bee for example.  This is a game about a bee, as the name implies, tasked with bringing back pollen to the nest.  Developed by TND Games and Autumnsoft, Honey Bee was […]

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Ralph Baer, The Father of Video Games, Passes Away at 92 Years Old, Interview Reposted

Five years ago I had the fortune of getting in contact with Ralph Baer, affectionately known as the “Father of Video Games”.  I conducted an interview with him, which is available below.  This interview was originally made available on another site but they have seen fit to remove the content I made available, including the […]

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Is Street Fighter V Set to Become a Game Changer Like Street Fighter II?

Way back in the early 1990’s the Sega Genesis was fighting a ferocious war with Nintendo and their SNES console.  Things were somewhat of an uphill battle for Nintendo when they finally launched their 16-Bit console.  Not only were they coming from the underdog position (not easy for them considering their dominance in the previous […]

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Gaming Quickie: The ‘E’ Rating and the ESRB

The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) was created in 1994 in an effort to prevent the US government from stepping in and developing its own rating system for video games, something developers and publishers alike knew would create all sorts of problems–we’re talking about a group which less than ten years ago included a Senator […]


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