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Mystery of Oak Island Kickstarter is a Success

The creators of Zak McKracken Between Time and Space, Visionaire Studios, are working on their next game, Mystery of Oak Island.  Our friends over at Indie Retro News covered Zak McKracken Between Space and Time here, for those interested in knowing more about it.  That Zak McKracken title slipped under my radar (there are only […]

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Dungeon Kingdom to Make Early Access Available Soon

Okay, I have to admit, again, that I am a major fan of the first person dungeon crawler style role playing game.  It is a niche that I simply cannot get enough of.  You can keep your Legend of Zelda style overhead action RPG’s, I am content traversing the latest, or older, 3D first person […]

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Revenge of the License: South Park

It took sixteen years, but we finally got a South Park game worth playing. South Park: The Stick of Truth is an utterly hilarious mash-up of childhood fantasy gone awry and modern gaming tropes. It’s a straight up legit way to kill several hours over the course of a long weekend, and it plays like […]

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Silent Hill Lives on in Half Life 2 through Alchemilla Mod with Oculus Rift Option

Silent Hill is one of those franchises that appeared during the 32-Bit Sony Playstation days that simply has not died, at least till recently.  Konami recently announced that the new Silent Hill title is more than likely not going to see the light of day (in Silent Hill, was there really any light?).  The horror […]

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Futurama the Great Unlicensed Adventure Awaits

Futurama is one of those cartoons for adults that was not quite as offensive as Family Guy but was not as family entertaining as The Simpsons. It is also one of the least ported to gaming cartoons that we have seen (it did get a PS2 or Xbox 3D action adventure but that is it).  […]

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Psychonauts was the Game that Wouldn’t Die – Today in History – April 19th, 2005

To say that Psychonauts had a storied development would be kind of an understatement.  What started out in the wild world of the classic LucasArts title Full Throttle expanded, nearly died and was revived again by the hands of one man.  Tim Schafer.  What became Psychonauts was originally to be a drug filled romp through […]

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ToeJam and Earl Back in the Groove Success on Kickstarter

The final day of Humanature Studio’s, kick starter project of ToeJam and Earl back in the groove, has seen overwhelming support.  They exceeded their initial $400,000 project target goal by a massive $108,637 to $508,637 with over 8,873 backers of the project. Like this:Like Loading…

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Sam’s Journey Tells Mario to put up or Shut Up on Commodore 64, Nintendo Silent

Super Mario Brothers never made it to the Commodore 64, though Hudson Soft did license the series for IBM PC computers.  That might be why Nintendo stopped allowing their games onto other platforms, till the CD-i debacle with Zelda and Mario.  That has not stopped other publishers from doing games that are quite similar to […]

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Jade Empire Takes Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic Styling to Ancient China – Today in History – April 12th, 2005

When Jade Empire was announced for the original Xbox console it was one of the few exclusives that was truly interesting that wasn’t a First Person Shooter (FPS).   This was a chance for fans of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic to experience something similar, but not a rip-off, but new and intriguing.  Microsoft […]

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Black Lamp Comes to the Atari Jaguar Thanks to Homebrew Developer

Black Lamp is an action platform title that was released on the Atari ST, Commodore Amiga, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum computers back in the late 80’s.  The story of Black Lamp will sound familiar to anyone that has watched many fantasy movies, or played The Horde (a more recent adventure title).  Black Lamp is […]


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